Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters stammt aus Simbabwe und ist eine wunderbare Geschichte über die Bedeutung von Freundlichkeit und dem Umgang mit anderen mit Empathie. Die Schüler werden die Ähnlichkeiten zwischen der Geschichte und dem zeitlosen Klassiker Cinderella lieben, und die Lehrer werden die Lektion lieben, die sie lehrt: Schönheit kommt von innen und Freundlichkeit zählt.
Lassen Sie die Schüler eine BME-Zusammenfassung für das Märchen Mufaros schöne Töchter erstellen.
You are welcome here.
The most worthy and beautiful daughters in the land are invited, and the king will choose his queen.
Manayara tells her sister Nyasha that she will be queen one day, and Nyasha will be her servant. Nyasha has planted a garden and befriends a garden snake who she affectionately names Nyoka.
Out of my way, boy. Tomorrow I will become your queen.
Early one morning a messenger arrives from the city, telling Mufaro that the Great King wishes to choose a wife. They prepare themselves to journey to the city.
Manayara sneaks out to journey to the city alone in order to beat her sister. Along the way she meets an hungry boy and an old woman, both of whom she is rude to.
Please, I am so very hungry.
The next day, Nyasha, her father, and the wedding party head out as planned. Nyasha comes across the same people and is kind to them.
Oh my goodness!
They find Manayara sobbing at the city gate. She tells them of a cruel snake with five heads, but Nyasha goes ahead anyway. When she arrives at the king’s chamber, she sees her garden snake friend, Nyoka, and he changes shape into the king!
He tells Nyasha that he was her garden snake friend, the hungry boy, and the old woman, and that because she was so kind, she is the most beautiful daughter in the land. They get married and Nyasha becomes the queen, with her sister Manayara as a servant in the household.