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Prince Lot Hula Festival

I. Vocabulary words from this article:

chant

cottage

effort

exhibit

facial

flowing

perform

preserve

quilt

worship

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II. Pre-Reading Questions

What are some ways Hawaiians preserve their culture?

Do you know how the hula originated?

III. Reading Time

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Prince Lot Hula Festival from America's Library (www.americaslibrary.gov)

When you have finished reading, return to this page and answer the questions below.

IV. Post-Reading Questions

True or False?

1. The tango is a traditional dance of Hawaii.

2. Prince Kamehameha V became the King of Hawaii from 1863 to 1872.

3. One of the King's interests was to promote and preserve the hula.

4. The hula represents Hawaiians' view of the world.

5. When was the Prince Lot Hula Festival established?

a. In 1979

b. In the mid 1900s

c. In 1978

d. In the 18th Century

6. Which is not a part of the Prince Lot Hula Festival?

a. Hand-stitched quilts

b. Leaf-weaving demonstrations

c. Instrument-making

d. Food contest

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Last updated: 15 February, 2010 02:43:16