6 edition of Hawaiian Legends Vocabulary Building Flashcards found in the catalog.
December 30, 2005
by Hi-Lite Pub Co
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||48|
Myths and Legends is more than a coloring book. Each two-page spread includes a short retelling of a myth, with a Hawaiian and English vocabulary to help children understand the terms, along with a full-page drawing illustrating the story.". The naupaka is one of Hawaii's most common plants found both along the beach and in the mountains. Astute observers may notice that the flowers appear to have been torn in half. According to Hawaiian legend, Naupaka was a beautiful princess who fell in love with a commoner named Kaui.
The Hawaiian Language: Its Spelling and Pronunciation. Aloha kākou. We have formatted portions of this book for the World Wide Web, including a number of the audio samples available on the tape or CD that comes with the book. Not all of the chapters, lessons and exercises are available here. We have selected only a handful of chapters from the. This is a page that will be updated with our ever-building vocabulary of Hawaiian words and with any other additions to Homespun Honolulu’s site that are specifically educational in the area of Hawaiiana. The vocabulary list may get too long for the top of the page so I .
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Choose from different sets of vocabulary building 1 book flashcards on Quizlet. Hawaiian Legends Index Subject Browse. Aa Aahoaka, Kauai Aaianukeakane Aaka Aaka (Menehune) Aaka (Shark) Aala Aalaloloa, Maui Aama Aamakao Aamakao Gulch, Hawaii Aawa Acacia Koa Adoption Adze Ae Aea Agriculture Ahaalii Ahaula Ahaula (Heiau) Ahekeanui Aheleakala (Rays of the Sun) Ahewahewa Ahi Ahia Ahikahuli Ahikanana Aholenuimakaukai Ahu Ahu (Luanuu's Wife) Ahua.
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Hawaiian Legends Legends grow out of humankind’s propensity to explain the world around them, and make a distinction between themselves and nature. The Hawaiian culture brought forth a myriad of legends, many of which bear strong similarities to those of other island groups in the Pacific.
Hawaii is full of myths and legends - stories that are full of passion, betrayal, loyalty, birth and death. According to W.D. Westervelt, one of the most famed re-tellers of Hawaiian myths and legends back in the early s, some of these myths and legends were very similar to the stories told in Tahiti, Samoa, Fiji, New Zealand and other islands in the Pacific Ocean.
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Hawaiian Vocabulary 1; Shared Flashcard Set. Details. Title. Hawaiian Vocabulary 1. Description. N/A. Total Cards. Subject. Language - Other. Level. Not Applicable. Created. 08/06/ Click here to study/print these flashcards. Create your own flash cards.
Sign up here. Additional Language - Other Flashcards. Cards Return to Set Details. in the book: Armitage, George T., and Henry P. Judd, Ghost Dog and Other Hawaiian Legends on pages: HSL Call Number: RH AR5 UHM Call Number: GRA7 Subject: Banana appears in the legend: "The Wonderful Banana Skin" in the book: Pukui, Mary Kawena, and Caroline Curtis, Hawaii Island Legends: Pikoi, Pele and Others on pages: Legends of the menehune say that they were excellent craftsmen, completing astounding engineering feats like building the the Menehune Fish Pond on Kauai.
They’re also, according to Hawaiian legends, said to have constructed an aqueduct called the Menehune Ditch, which is also on Kauai. Students will be able to write a literature log based on the Hawaiian myth or legend they have read.
Materials: Their book they checked out from the library ; Completed Story Matrix ; Paper ; Pencil ; Procedures: Have students turn in their completed matrix from the last class. Have a short discussion on the Hawaiian myth or legend that they read.
Hawaii may be a stunning place with rich scenery, a bright, blue ocean, flawless weather and wonderful people. But don’t be fooled, there’s definitely a darker side to this paradise. Read up now on the ancient legends of the islands, you don’t want to be grasping that pretty red flower by mistake.
Printable Resources. NaOleloKumu1. This file is a list of some basic questions, phrases, and vocabulary that may be helpful. PhoneCourtesies. This file is a list phrases that you may want to use when having a telephone conversation that may be helpful. This file consists of sample questions and answers in Hawaiian.
Hawaiian Legends of Old Honolulu (Forgotten Books) Paperback – May 7, by W. Westervelt (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 19 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Cited by: 4. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rice, William Hyde, Hawaiian legends.
New York, Kraus Reprint Co., (OCoLC) Document Type.Pele by Herb Kane. Photo by Prayitno of via flickr CC Pele Goddess (Goddess of Fire & Volcano Goddess) Perhaps the most famous goddess in Hawaiian mythology, Pele is the goddess of fire and the volcano goddess.
Due to her fiery temper and attempted seduction of her sister Na-maka-o-Kaha’i’s husband, her father Kane banished Pele from her home, leaving her to sail the earth.The Legends and Myths of Hawaii, by David Kalakaua, has the subtitle “The Fables And Folklore Of A Strange People.” Published in by David Kalakaua, the penultimate Hawaiian monarch, he tells the story of his people from ancient times to the early contact with Europeans.
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