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An Educator s Guide to Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote A Migrant s Tale. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS, This educator s guide is written to support using Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote A Migrant s Tale in. elementary middle and high school classrooms Produced by the Consortium of Latin American Studies. Programs CLASP on behalf of the Am ricas Award it was written in 2014 by Katrina Dillon a project. assistant at the University of New Mexico, CLASP founded the Am ricas Award in 1993 to encourage and commend authors illustrators and. publishers who produce quality children s and young adult books that portray Latin America the. Caribbean or Latinos in the United States and to provide teachers with recommendations for classroom. use CLASP offers up to two annual book awards together with a commended list of titles For more. information concerning the Am ricas Award including additional classroom resources please visit the. CLASP website, An Educator s Guide to Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote A Migrant s Tale. TABLE OF CONTENTS, Overview 4, Classroom Relevance and Applications 6. About Author and Illustrator Duncan Tonatiuh 8, Author s Note 8.
Lesson Plans and Activities 10, Pre Reading Activities 10. Activity 1 Observation Charts 10, Activity 2 Picture Walk 11. Activity 3 Genre Study Through Fable 11, Activity 4 Think Pair Share Migrants Immigrants and Immigration 11. Guided Reading Questions 12, Post Reading Activities 14. Reflection on the Meaning of Fable 14, Discussion Questions on the Meaning of Allegory 14.
Prompts for Extended Response 15, Interdisciplinary Connections 16. Art History and Social Studies Mesomamerican Codices as Social Justice 16. Geography History and Social Studies Extending the Immigration Conversation 17. Complementary Literature and Film 18, Children s Literature 18. Young Adult Literature 22, Complementary Teaching Resources 29. Common Core State Standards 31, Appendix 32, Images from the Book 33. An Educator s Guide to Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote A Migrant s Tale. Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote A Migrant s Tale, Written and Illustrated by Duncan Tonatiuh.
Published 2014 by Abrams Books for Young Readers, ISBN 978 1 4197 0583 0. Family Community Survival Labor Migration Immigration Injustice Power and Corruption. Hispanic Latino Culture US Mexico History Spanish Language. A young rabbit named Pancho eagerly awaits his Pap s return Pap Rabbit left two years ago to travel far. away north to find work in the great carrot and lettuce fields to earn money for his family When Pap does. not return home on the designated day Pancho sets out to find him He packs Pap s favorite meal mole. rice and beans a heap of still warm tortillas and a jug full of fresh aguamile and heads north He soon. meets a coyote who offers to help Pancho in exchange for some of Pap s favorite foods They travel togeth. er until the food is gone and the coyote decides he is still hungry for Pancho Award winning author and. illustrator Duncan Tonatiuh brings to light the hardship and struggles facing families who seek to make. better lives for themselves and their children by illegally crossing the borders. READING LEVEL, Grades 1 4 Ages 6 9, COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS see page 31 for complete details. K 12 Reading Key Ideas and Details Craft and Structure Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity. K 12 Writing Text Types and Purposes Production and Distribution of Writing. An Educator s Guide to Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote A Migrant s Tale. STARRED REVIEWS, Tonatiuh s great strength is in the text No word is wasted as each emotion is clearly and poignantly ex. pressed The rabbits future is unknown but their love and faith in each other sustains them through it. all Accessible for young readers who may be drawn to it as they would a classic fable perfect for mature. readers and the classroom where its layers of truth and meaning can be peeled back to be examined and. discussed An incandescent humane and terribly necessary addition to the immigrant story shelf. Kirkus Reviews starred review, In both prose and art Tonatiuh expertly balances folkloric elements with stark modern realities Pancho. Rabbit s trip has the feel of a classic fable or fairy tale with the untrustworthy coyote demanding more and. more of him, Publishers Weekly starred review, The book shows the fragility of making a living the desperation that many migrants experience and the.
deep family ties that bind the characters Classrooms studying the migrant experience will find plenty to. discuss here, School Library Journal, This will spark strong responses and needed discussion. Tonatiuh is so careful in weaving his allegory that his empathetic contemporary tale feels like age old folk. lore with simple but compelling text and a step by step escalation of the story through gripping kid under. standable challenges, The Bulletin of the Center for Children s Books. Am ricas Award Honorable Mention 2014, Pura Belpr Author and Illustrator Honor Book 2014. New York Public Library s Annual Children s Books List 100 Titles for Reading and Sharing 2013. Kirkus Best Books of 2013, Best Multicultural Children s Books 2013 Center for the Study of Multicultural Children s Literature. Notable Children s Books from ALSC 2014, Notable Books for a Global Society Book Award 2014.
An Educator s Guide to Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote A Migrant s Tale. CLASSROOM RELEVANCE AND APPLICATIONS, Duncan Tonatiuh s Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote A Migrant s Tale is one of those rare books that has value. in elementary middle and high school classrooms As was mentioned in Tonatiuh s author s note the book. can be read on two levels both as a fable and as an allegory As a fable it s accessible to young readers. while as an allegory it s appropriate for older readers who can analyze and discuss the multiple layers and. the sociopolitical message of the tale, With animals as the main characters the fable like nature of the tale allows students to engage with the. migrant story both intellectually and emotionally while at the same time separating it from its often emo. tionally charged and politically biased presentation in the media Interestingly taking the human face. away from the story actually allows the reader to engage more fully with the reality of immigration taking. the conversation away from the abstract and focusing instead on the very real experience of the migrant. Through simple and clear language and illustrations Tonatiuh conveys a great deal of emotion without ever. becoming melodramatic, Immigration is a complex issue as Tonatiuh discusses in his author s note Yet media portrayal often is. overly simplified and at times one sided Immigrants are dehumanized described as illegals and aliens. Broad stroke generalizations suggest that the majority are violent criminals drug dealers or terrorists It is. here that Tonatiuh s story can be quite powerful offering a counter narrative to this depiction This read. ing can be the bridge that allows students to delve into the complexity of the issue really looking at all the. factors that contribute to the need for people to leave their homes and travel to a new country no matter the. risk As Tonatiuh writes, In order to reach long lasting solutions both the U S and the Mexican and Central American gov. ernments and societies need to be involved On the one hand the immigrant s home countries have. to improve living conditions and create better opportunities for their citizens so they are not forced. to leave On the other hand the U S needs to admit its dependency on undocumented workers to do. much of its manual and domestic labor and to provide legal and safe working opportunities for those. seeking employment Undocumented immigrants are a huge and important part of the U S workforce. According to a Pew Research Center study in 2005 7 2 million undocumented workers were working. in low skilled and often grueling jobs like farming and construction Only 31 of U S born workers. hold those occupations Author s Note, The book easily lends itself to content specific connections through interdisciplinary activities A number.
of geography social studies and literacy standards can be addressed through the resources and suggested. activities on immigration provided below For example older students can research the multiple push pull. factors that continue to encourage wide spread migration throughout the Americas and then prepare for a. class debate in which they discuss the complexity of the issue. Tonatiuh s beautiful illustrations provide another way to make important connections across content areas. An Educator s Guide to Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote A Migrant s Tale. In Tonatiuh s TEDTalk he explains how his own experience with immigrants of Mixtec heritage provided. the inspiration for adapting the ancient Codices in his modern illustrations These illustrations create the. opportunity to discuss both Mixtec history and art as a medium for social justice. In the last year there has been huge growth through social media in the push to provide more diverse. literature for our students If this is the first you re hearing about this definitely check out We Need Diverse. Books hyperlink This movement comes from the belief that 1 all children deserve to see themselves. reflected in empowering ways in literature and 2 all students should be culturally competent with an. understanding of the diverse cultures experiences and realities that make up our world Pancho Rabbit and. the Coyote A Migrant s Tale accomplishes both of these things If we consider that the 2011 Pew Hispanic. Research Center reported that in 2008 there were 5 5 million children of undocumented immigrants in U S. Schools this information comes from Author s Note then it s quite clear why we need a book that depicts. the reality of immigration Those 5 5 million students deserve books that tell their story and their class. mates need books to help them understand that story. An Educator s Guide to Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote A Migrant s Tale. DUNCAN TONATIUH AUTHOR AND ILLUSTRATION, About Tonatiuh. Duncan Tonatiuh toh nah tyou is an award winning author and illustrator. Tonatiuh was born in Mexico City and grew up in San Miguel de Allende He. graduated from Parsons The New School for Design and from Eugene Lang. College in New York City in 2008 His work is inspired by Ancient Mexican art. particularly that of the Mixtec codex His aim is to create images that honor the. past but that address contemporary issues that affect people of Mexican origin. on both sides of the border, In addition to Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote A Migrant s Tale Tonatiuh has. published two other children s books both to notable acclaim Diego Rivera. His World and Ours won the 2012 Pura Belpr illustration award and the 2012. Tom s Rivera Mexican American Children s Book Award He first book Dear. Primo A Letter to My Cousin received an honorable mention from the Pura Belpr Award in 2011 and was. named an Am ricas Award Commended Title and a Notable Book for a Global Society List His most re. cent book Separate is Never Equal published in May 2014 tells the frequently overlooked but seminal story. of Sylvia Mendez whose early education experiences in the 1940s resulted in the desegregation of Califor. nia schools, Tonatiuh s note to readers, Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote A Migrant s Tale was published in May 2013 by Abrams Books for Young. Readers I am its author and illustrator The book can be read on two levels On the surface it is a story that. reads like a fable a bit like the Little Red Riding Hood or the Gingerbread Man But the book is also an alle. gory of the terrible journey that undocumented immigrants go through in order to reach the U S. The book begins when a drought forces Pap Rabbit to leave and go North to find work so that he can pro. vide for his family After some years Pap Rabbit is finally returning His family prepares a big fiesta for him. and they cook his favorite meal mole rice and beans a heap of warm tortillas and a jugful of fresh agua. Everyone is excited to see him but it gets late and Pap Rabbit does not come home. In the middle of the night Pancho Rabbit the eldest son packs Pap his favorite meal and decides to look. for him Along the way he meets a sneaky coyote who offers to help him They travel together on top of a. train they cross a river they use a tunnel guarded by snakes and they cross the desert Every time the coy. ote helps Pancho he asks him for some of Pap s food until the food runs out and the coyote decides he still. hungry for Pancho, An Educator s Guide to Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote A Migrant s Tale. In Spanish the word coyote has two meanings it is the name of an animal but it is also slang for a person. who smuggles people between the U S and Mexico border Immigrants pay coyotes exorbitant fees for their. help They put their lives in the coyote s hands and they have no guarantees that they will reach their des. tination According to a 2010 Pew Research Center report 11 2 million undocumented immigrants live in. the U S An average of 150 000 unauthorized immigrants enter the U S each year Most of them are from. Mexico and Central America They leavve their home countries due to poverty violence and lack of oppor. Central American migrants travel around five thousand miles on top of trains to cross Mexico It is ex. tremely dangerous Because of their undocumented status they are vulnerable and they are often the victims. An Educator s Guide to Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote A Migrant s Tale DUNCAN TONATIUH AUTHOR AND ILLUSTRATION About Tonatiuh Duncan Tonatiuh toh nah tyou is an award winning author and illustrator Tonatiuh was born in Mexico City and grew up in San Miguel de Allende He graduated from Parsons The New School for Design and from Eugene Lang

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