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Once Upon a Time! Teaching with Fairy Tales

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Once Upon a Time! Teaching with Fairy Tales

  1. Once Upon a Time … Teaching with Fairy Tales ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales
  2. ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales “Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.” - Neil Gaiman, Coraline
  3. ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales Cross-cultural Oral traditions Fairy tales are a great cultural teaching tool! Myths Folklore Universal themes History
  4. Fairytalesoftheworld.com
  5. Compare the differences in fairy tales! ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales
  6. ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales Why teach with fairy tales? Common story elements Spark imagination Familiar to children
  7. Morphology of the Folktale by Vladimir Propp Major characters False hero Villain DispatcherHelper Hero Donor
  8. Fairy tales usually include 31steps! - Morphology of the Folktale by Vladimir Propp Malcolmsroundtable.com/2013/06/15/the-bare-bones-structure-of-a-fairy-tale
  9. Fairy Tale Structure Vladimir Propp, Morphology of the Folktale, Campbell, M. (2013). Malcolmsroundtable.com • Hero leaves home. • Hero told NOT to do something/go somewhere & does. • Hero meets the villain. • Villain tries to get a “treasure”. • Villain fools the hero who helps the villain. • Villain harms someone & their property. • Hero discovers misfortune & helps. • Counteraction decided upon.
  10. Fairy Tale Structure Vladimir Propp, Morphology of the Folktale, Campbell, M. (2013). Malcolmsroundtable.com • Hero leaves home. • Hero is tested, helped or attacked. • Hero reacts to donor by passing tests, solving problem, performing a service. • Hero obtains magic. • Hero reaches treasure. • Hero and villain fight. • Hero “branded” via injury. • Villain defeated. • Problem/misfortune resolved. • Hero heads home.
  11. Vladimir Propp, Morphology of the Folktale, Campbell, M. (2013). Malcolmsroundtable.com Fairy Tale Structure • Hero pursued. • Hero rescued/hides. • Hero arrives home & family doesn’t recognize him/her. • False hero comes. • Hero faced with ordeal. • Hero successfully faces ordeal. • Mark helps others recognize the hero. • False hero exposed. • Hero is made whole (looks, clothing). • Villain punished. • Hero lives happily ever after.
  12. Education.com/worksheet/article/fairy-tale-story-map
  13. Readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/fairy-tales-from-life-42.html
  14. Readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/fairy-tales-from-life-42.html
  15. Readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/fairy-tales-from-life-42.html
  16. Readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/fairy-tales-from-life-42.html
  17. Readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/fairy-tales-from-life-42.html
  18. Elements found in fairy tales! ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales
  19. Once upon a time … ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales
  20. Fantasy and make believe! ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales
  21. Enchanted settings! ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales
  22. Patterns & numbers! ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales
  23. The problem or conflict! ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales
  24. The climax! ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales
  25. Resolution or denouement ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales
  26. Happy ever after! ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales
  27. The universal lesson! ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales
  28. k5chalkbox.com/characteristics-of-fairy-tales.html
  29. k5chalkbox.com/characteristics-of-fairy-tales.html
  30. k5chalkbox.com/characteristics-of-fairy-tales.html
  31. Talking animals/objects Word games Common Motifs Traveler’s tale Poor wins Human weaknesses Human strengths Trickster Guardians Monsters Quests ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales
  32. Impossible Tasks Common Motifs Gluttony vs Starvation Sleep Good vs Evil Young vs Old Magic words/phrases Keys/passes ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales
  33. ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales Write a fractured fairy tale! Different point-of-view Different ending Different setting
  34. ShellyTerrell.com/digitalstorytelling Recommended Book Creators Little Bird Tales ToonDoo Book Creator Storykit StoryJumper My Storybook
  35. References • Campbell, M. (2013). The Bare-Bones Structure of a Fairy Tale. https://malcolmsroundtable.com/2013/06/15/the-bare-bones- structure-of-a-fairy-tale • Cisneros, T. (2008). Elements of a Fairy Tale Story. http:// penandthepad.com/elements-fairy-tale-story-8429713.html • Dipple, S. (2009). Characteristics of Fairy Tales. http:// k5chalkbox.com/characteristics-of-fairy-tales.html • Gokturk, V. (2016). Elements Found in Fairy Tales. http:// www.surfturk.com/mythology/fairytaleelements.html • Schulze, P. (2018). Lesson Plan: Fairy Tales from Life. http:// readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/fairy-tales- from-life-42.html • Truby, D. (2014). 10 Fairy Tale Lesson Plans That Are Learning Magic. http://weareteachers.com/fairy-tales-gone-wild-10- creative-ways-to-teach-fairy-tales-2
  36. @ShellTerrell Facebook.com/ShellyTerrell Gum.co/learn2go ShellyTerrell.com/fairytales 30Goals.com TeacherRebootCamp.com HackingDLS.com

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