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Based on "The Raven and the First Men: The Beginnings of the Haida,” the reader can infer that the Haida

A.were lacking in basic necessities.

B.had plenty of food and water available.

C.relied mainly on the ocean for provisions.

D.waited for the Raven to feed them daily.

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  1. After readin the story/myth, what do you think?

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  2. A. Were lacking in basic necessities.

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  3. "The Maori: Genealogies and Origins in New Zealand.”

    In his anger, Tû chopped down the forests to find Tâne and threw him into a basket. Next, Tû searched out Haumia and Rongo by digging into the soft earth, putting them into the basket as well. At last, Tû made nets to capture Tangora’s fish, and lured Tangora into the basket. In a rage, Tû opened his mouth and ate his brothers to punish them for their cowardice. Tû’s descendants became the Mâori, the humans who are able to master anything that they decide to conquer: the forest, the sea, the food, and the earth.

    What can be inferred about how the Maori feel about the land they live on?

    The Maori feel in control of their land.

    The Maori feel overwhelmed by their land.

    The Maori feel afraid of their land.

    The Maori feel deep affection for their land.

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  4. From reading “The Raven and the First Men: The Beginnings of the Haida,” the reader can tell that the Haida people value family due to the actions of

    a.the baby toward the daughter.

    b.the Sky Chief toward Raven.

    c.Raven toward the Sky Chief.

    d.the daughter toward the baby.

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  5. Which excerpt from “The Maori: Genealogies and Origins in New Zealand” best shows how the Maori perceive their parents?

    “We should kill our parents,” he suggested, for he was the god of war. “It will be difficult, but it is the only way we can truly be free!”

    “We cannot do this,” he said. “Rangi and Papa are our parents. They have created us, made us who we are.”

    “The Sky Father will watch us from above, while the Earth Mother nourishes us from below.”

    “It is impossible!” cried Tû. “We should kill them. There is no other way to be free.”

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  6. “We cannot do this,” he said. “Rangi and Papa are our parents. They have created us, made us who we are.”

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  7. What can be inferred about how the Maori feel about the land they live on?

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  8. What can be inferred about how the Maori feel about the land they live on?

    The Maori feel in control of their land.
    The Maori feel overwhelmed by their land.
    The Maori feel afraid of their land.
    The Maori feel deep affection for their land.

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  9. please help me find my answer

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  10. Based on the conclusion of "The Raven and the First Men: The Beginnings of the Haida,” the reader can infer that the Haida

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