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Legends A major resource, beautifully designed and presented.
It gives introductions, commentary, original sources, illustrations and annotated links for many subjects including: Robin Hood, King Arthur & The Matter of Britain, The Welsh Bards, Tales of Gawain, Guenevere, Percival the Fool, Merlin & the History of Britain, Sir Tristan & La Belle Iseult, Elaine of Astolat, Ballads & Broadsides, True Thomas, Tam Lin & Fair Janet, Pirates & Privateers, Blackbeard, Fairy Tales, Classic Tales, Selchies, Shakespeare's Stories, Beowulf, Sagas & Sea-Kings, Sigurd the Volsung, The Viking Age, Paladins & Princes, Knighthood in Flower, El Cid, Roland, and much more.
The complete text is here online, divided into chapters.
This link takes you to a directory of pages to explore.Mudcat Cafe presents The Digital Traditions Folksong Database Searchable lyrics of nearly 9000 folk songs, including of course the many ballads/stories.Plus a discussion forum for asking further questions.Some are mere notes or duplications, others are useful discussions, and a fair number are whole lesson plans.Subjects covered: Acting, Script analysis, Role play, Whole class drama, Interpreting and portraying charactersthrough dialogue, Characteristation, Physical and visual comedy, Exploring storytelling, Improvisation, Performance genres, Poetry, Public Speaking, Storymaking, Storytelling, Voicework.
Fairy Tale Resource Page for Teachers and Librarians A resource guide for professionals involved in teaching or introducing the world of Fairy Tales to children grades K-6.