The World on the Turtle's Back
Coyote and the Buffalo
Olaudah Equiano
Ethos, Pathos, and Logos
Parts of Speech
100

Explains how the universe, the Earth, and life began

What is a Creation Myth?

100

This myth explains why there aren't any ________

What are Buffalos?

100

Where was Olaudah born?

Benin, West Africa. (Current day Nigeria)

100

an appeal to the authority or credibility of the author/presenter

ethos


100

a word that describes a noun

adjective


200

this term refers to 6 separate Native American groups, the author of The World on the Turtle's Back

Who are the Iroquois Tribe?

200

The gift that the buffalo gave to the coyote in the end

What is a "cow"

200

What is the rumor about Olaudah's actual birthplace?

That he was actually born in South Carolina

200

an appeal to the emotions of the audience

pathos

200

a person, place, thing, or idea

noun

300

Born through his mother's armpit, the "bad" twin

Who is the "left-handed twin"

300

Who stole the cow bones from the coyote?

Who is the old woman?

300

Writing down your memories and publishing them in a novel.

What is a memoir?
300
a logical appeal or an appeal to reason

logos

300

an action word

verb

400

The right-handed twin turns her into the moon

Who is the Grandmother?
400

The Hero of the story

Buffalo Bull

400

What was the name of the Captain of the slave ship?

Who is "Captain Crow"?

400

Bob Ross endorsing a paint brush set

ethos

400

Identify the underlined word's part of speech.

The silly girl walked across the classroom.

adjective

500

How did the story begin?

A woman fell from the "sky-world"

500

What message does this myth convey? (Theme?)

Respect, honesty, consideration

500

How did the slaves rebel against their captors on the ship?

They starved themselves.

500

A newspaper writes about the amount of people who don't double knot their shoes

Logos

500

Identify the underlined word's part of speech.

I was running quickly to avoid being late. 

adverb

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