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    Should fairy tales be read to children? This is a intriguing topic that is widely cogitated by people around the world,old and young.“The Case Against Fairytales” and “10 Reasons Why Kids need to Read Non-Disney Fairy Tales” by Arielle Schussler and Melissa Taylor respectively illustrate the negative and positive effects of fairy tales for children. Fairy tales, are they commendable, or pernicious? I argue that they are essential to a child’s everyday life, worthy of the praise that I think they…

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    Fairy Tale Culture

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    tradition of oral storytelling dates back thousands of year. Fairy tales were not originally intended for children. Fairy tales were created, retold and accepted by families, cultures, and regions. Storytellers had the power to decide what social practices were acceptable for a society and had the influence over their audience to subtly implement changes through the acceptance of the stories being told. This is the reason that fairy tales slowly changed over time before they were documented…

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    Introduction “Fairy Tales give insight into the psychology of those who created them and those who passed them down the generations… they tell us something about the whole population living in a particular era” (Grimms’ Fairy Tales. Preface) Folk tales are have long played a part in imparting education and moral lessons to children in every culture but the way that they do so are widely different and convey varied sentiments. In this project I will attempt to analyze folk tales as a medium of…

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    Pro Fairy Tales Research

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    Fairy tales, are they good for kids? There is a lot of controversy on this question. Some parents say yes and others say no. Two sides, each with very different views and opinions on the subject. Today I will sharing both sides, it’s up to you to decide whether or not your pro fairy tales or if you’re against them. Fairy tales teach us right from wrong. When a character’s actions get them in trouble, it makes us think what they could have done to avoid that situation. They also teach us…

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    Fairy tales displays moral virtue for each reader through sharing real world conflicts. Furthermore, fairy tales in general are suitable for young children. For three primary reasons it analyze knowledge, applies gender role and overcome fear. In “Goose Girl” by Grimm’s shares a brief story with a young princess who was committed to marry a prince. A chambermaid was hired to deliver her into the hands of the prince. Continually the chambermaid took advantage of the princess and her groom. In…

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    Fairy Tales Business Plan

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    read fairy tales/fables, focusing on comprehension and analytical skills. Student will be able to analyze the fairy tales for common elements and genre characteristics. Lesson 1: Fairy Tale Introduction and Element Identification Elements Lesson 2: Introduction of Vocabulary from Story 1, Read Story 1, Comprehension Questions from Story 1 Lesson 3: Introduction of Vocabulary from Story 2, Read Story 2, Comprehension Questions from Story 2 Lesson 4: Comparison and Contrast of Fairy Tales Using…

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    Truth Behind Fairy Tales

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    The Truth behind Fairy Tales Fairy tales were designed to draw us out of our everyday lives into magical lands filled with possibilities that excite and expand the imagination. These fictional stories come from all cultures, and many of them have their own versions. Fairy tales were originally told for children, but often they seem to have been used to teach a valuable lesson to everyone. For example, the classic tale of “Cinderella” was told to teach that people should always fight for what…

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    anthology The Classic Fairy Tales, few fairy tales have a “single, univocal, uncontested, meaning” (The Classic Fairy Tales, xiv). Fairy tales can be analyzed through several different methods which attribute to why fairy tales can have multiple meanings. These methods look at different aspects of the fairy tale and based on those aspects, formulate a conclusion of what the meaning of the fairy tale is. According to Vanessa Joosen in her dissertation entitled New Perspectives on Fairy Tales,…

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    Fairy tales are no strangers to adaptations. It’s rare, today, to come across a fairy tale that hasn’t been adapted in one form or another –and even rarer to find a fairy tale not known for its Disney adaption. Disney is often thought of as the “machine” for modern day fairy tales, and millions each year get fairy tale fix through the companies’ seemingly endless line of movies. Is this a good thing, to have people know of fairy tales only because of the work Disney did with them? Many would…

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    writing my fairy tale for this assignment, I wanted to focus on features such as transformation and gender by creating a story centered on a female protagonist and her journey into adulthood. And throughout my story, a coming of age tale unfolds in which the protagonist goes on a quest to find three items and is ultimately set free from the abusive grips of her paternal figures. I emulated themes from the Brothers Grimm version of Cinderella by including certain motifs that are present in the…

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