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Learning Resource Centre: Folk and Fairytales

This page was created on the request of Ms Shen and Ms Shapiro for their year 10 Folk and Fairy Tales classes. It is designed to aid students in AOS 3: Telling Tales where a folk or fairy tale must be rewritten in varying different perspectives. That said it is also of interest to those in our community who like the current tend of reimagined and rewritten tales.

Some examples of reworked fairy tales

Meshed Tales

Multiple fairy/folktales meshed together to create a new story. As with a normal reworking some of the original elements remain but with the meshed versions it is elements of multiple tales.

Tips for Writing

Need some help getting started? Check out these great sites!

Books of Fairytales



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