TEACHING THINKING SKILLS WITH FAIRY TALES AND FANTASY

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TEACHING THINKING SKILLS WITH FAIRY TALES AND FANTASY

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TEACHING THINKING SKILLS WITH FAIRY TALES AND FANTASY

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Fairy tales and fantasy do help to shape great minds. Einstein was an avid reader of fairy tales. Understanding real humanity, nobility of character, and the vitality of love through traditional tales rather than through counterfeit, superficial, remote, and plastic mannikins of the media world, helps one to live life deeply.
Students need to be given the opportunity through fairy tales and fantasy to develop an elasticity of mind. Many dragons face us all in life today, and fortunate is the child who has tilted with many on his path and emerged victorious. Fortunate, too, is the child who has won dragons to his side through gentleness and understanding. The child will need both skills in the years ahead. What better skill sharpener than exposure to meaningful stories that have withstood the test of time?

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Nancy Polette

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Nancy Polette, “TEACHING THINKING SKILLS WITH FAIRY TALES AND FANTASY,” Portal Ebook UNTAG SURABAYA, accessed July 23, 2024, https://ebook.untag-sby.ac.id/items/show/108.