The Rough-Face Girl
By: Rafe Martin
Illustrated by: David Shannon
Art work by L. David Eveningthunder
The book The Rough Face Girl
For one corn husk doll the dried husk from
1-2 ears of corn.
The "hair" from the ears of corn
Note the husk and "hair" must dry for 2-3 days.
Before you read:
Before you begin reading The Rough-Face Girl, choose one of the following activities to complete:
1. In this story you are told where the
Native Americans are located. Visit this map and see where some Native American cultures were located. Click on part of
the map to get some information on a culture. Here is some information you can look for: what they eat, what they wear, and what they live in. After you have found some information, E-mail your E-pal and tell her/him what you found out about the culture you chose.
While you read:
While you read the story, make a list of some housing Native Americans lived in and describe it. Then describe the clothing the Native Americans in the story wore. Go to the Iroquois Indian web site and to the Woodland Indian web site to see what these Native American tribes actually lived in and how they dressed. Finally, print out the chart, and write what is the same in one column and what is different in the other column.
After you read:
1. Read the original legend of the Rough-Face girl.
Then draw a picture of what you think the Rough
think happened to the two cruel sisters. Write a
Beyond what you read:
About what you read:
3 points 2 points 1 point Understanding All activities show an understanding of the story ideas, content, plot, and themes. The work also shows thought and creativity. Some of the activities show an understanding of the story ideas, content, plot, and themes. The work also shows some thought and creativity. The activities show little understanding of the story ideas, content, plot, and themes. The work also shows little thought and creativity. Completeness All activities show that directions were followed and are complete. Some of the activities show that directions were followed and are somewhat complete. The activities show that the directions were not followed and the work is not complete Format Most spellings, punctuation, and capitalization is correct. The work has complete sentences and is neat. Some spellings, punctuation, and capitalization is correct. The work has complete sentences and is mostly neat. Many spelling and punctuation errors. The work does not have complete sentences and is not neat.
Cyberlesson createdby: Adrienne Hicks