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Maui's Kite
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Written By
Thomas Anthony,
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Written By
Thomas Anthony,
Pre-reading
1. Do you like stories that only entertain or stories that also teach?
2. Do you like to fly kites?
Pre-reading
1. Do you like stories that only entertain or stories that also teach?
2. Do you like to fly kites?
Maui. He is a little hero for he has a super kite. He is initially wise enough to heed the Keeper’s advice about respecting the winds but then he becomes overconfident and takes power into his own hands. He underestimates the power of the Four Winds that he unleashes. Through his stupidity, he brings havoc to his village and they shun him. He rises because he learns humility, and loneliness helps him to learn to forecast the weather and he regains the respect of the village. He becomes a reliable person and the villagers respect his wisdom
Maui. He is a little hero for he has a super kite. He is initially wise enough to heed the Keeper’s advice about respecting the winds but then he becomes overconfident and takes power into his own hands. He underestimates the power of the Four Winds that he unleashes. Through his stupidity, he brings havoc to his village and they shun him. He rises because he learns humility, and loneliness helps him to learn to forecast the weather and he regains the respect of the village. He becomes a reliable person and the villagers respect his wisdom
Recap
Why did Maui go back to the woman the next day?
Ans-Maui was not content with seeing how high his kite had flown. He wanted to see how much higher it could fly. And so he went back to the Keeper-of-the winds to ask for Ipu Nui, the gourd of the Four Great Winds.
Did the Keeper-of-the Winds bring out Ipu Nui? Why?
Ans-No, she did not. She reminded Maui that the winds would respect him if he respected them, especially the Four Great Winds.
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