The Tree-Dwellers by Katharine Elizabeth Dopp Free Audiobooks and eBooks

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Katharine E. Dopp was well-known as a teacher and writer of children’s textbooks at the turn of the 20th Century. She was among the first educators to encourage the incorporation of physical and practical activity into the elementary school curriculum at a time when such activities were becoming less commonplace in a child’s home environment. The Tree-Dwellers – The Age of Fear is the first in a series of elementary school texts written by Ms. Dopp that focus on the anthropological development of early human groups. Each lesson begins by posing a few questions for the child to think about, then factual information about these early humans is presented in story form using language a 6-7 yr old child can easily read and understand, followed by suggested activities that will help the child to experience first-hand some of the points presented in the story. The book also contains suggestions and references for teachers to aid in the successful use of the text. (Summary by J. M. Smallheer)

Genre(s): Children’s, Young Readers, School

Language: English

Free English Story Audio-Book and eBookThe Tree-Dwellers

Author: Katharine Elizabeth Dopp (1863 – 1944)

The Tree-Dwellers by Katharine Elizabeth Dopp

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Preface00:08:18
A Story of Long Ago00:01:43
Sharptooth00:01:32
The Wooded Hills00:02:21
Sharptooth’s Excursions00:03:06
Sharptooth & Her Baby00:01:58
The First Weaver00:01:52
What Happened When the Wild Cattle Came to the River00:02:51
How Sharptooth Spent the Night00:02:13
Sharptooth Goes to the River00:02:56
What the Wild Hogs Did for Sharptooth00:02:03
How the Wild Hogs Protected Their Young00:02:02
How the Tree-dwellers Taught Their Children00:02:35
Alone on the Wooded Hills00:02:16
How Bodo Found the Wild Honey00:01:12
Bodo Follows the Wild Horses00:02:18
Ancesters of Our Mammals00:02:25
The Story of the Wild Horse00:03:07
How Bodo Learned to Make Tools and Weapons00:01:45
Bodo’s Hammer and Knife00:04:42
What Bodo and One-Ear Found in the Alders00:02:42
How the Hyenas Hunted00:02:58
Frightened by Fire00:02:29
How People Got Their First Home00:03:57
How the Tree-dwellers Formed a Clan00:02:19
How the Women Made a Shelter00:02:58
How Sharptooth Made a Basket00:03:44
How Bodo Used Fire00:02:48
How Bodo Saved One-Ear’s Life00:01:55
How People Learned to Hunt Large Animals00:02:08
Why People Began to Wear Ornaments00:02:34
The Coming of the Musk Sheep00:02:44
The Wooly Rhinoceros00:01:51
How We Have Learned About the Tree-dwellers00:01:03
Suggestions to Teachers – Part 1: Method and Typical Modes of Activity00:19:49
Suggestions to Teachers – Part 2: Supplementary Facts – Animal Life00:10:57
Suggestions to Teachers – Part 3: Special Suggestions00:22:09

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