BC: By: Brock Vieringmod 5/6
FC: Cultural Values By Brock Viering Mod 5/6
1: Table of Contents: Pg. 2-3 loyalty Pg. 4-5 friendliness Pg. 6-7 perseverance Pg. 8-9 reliability Pg. 10-11 trust Pg. 12-13 love Pg. 14-15 honesty Pg. 16-17 obedience Pg. 18-19 respect Pg. 20-21 originality Pg. 22-23 summary and reflection
2: Loyalty: to be held accountable for, helpful to or respectful to onelself or others
4: Friendliness- to be kind and trustworthy towards someone
6: Perseverance- to keep trying at something no matter how hard something gets.
8: Reliability- to be able to be counted on for anything.
10: Trust- to believe in someone and what they can do
12: Love- to hold someone dear to you and never stop.
14: honesty: to tell the truth no matter what.
17: Obedience | listen to and | act in accordance with | whatever it is
18: Respect: to adore or look up to and treat with kindness.
20: Originality: to be your own person and never blend in with the crowd.
22: The Race Between Toad and Donkey Roger D. Abrahams
23: Summary: This is a story similar to "the Tortoise and the Hare". The donkey and frog are the main characters. They decide to have a race for the king. Before the race toad asks for an extra day, which is granted to him by the king. Donkey thinks that he is planning a trick but the king objects and extra time is given. Toad thinks donkey will win, so he does indeed devise a plan to prevent him from being defeated by the hard-working donkey. Reflection: I think that several of the cultural values that I have selected are represented in this story. I think that perseverance is one of the main values highlighted in the story. I think that the donkey is a great example of that, and I also think that trust is highlighted with the toad babies, as is obedience. The biggest lesson in this story is that Being cunning can help you in the long run. I have used cunning one time when I tricked my brother into taking the small tent when we went camping.