Unformatted text preview: that this version would be most appropriate for Jr. High children because I think that they would be able to comprehend the lesson but not be frightened by the idea of a mother telling her daughters to cut off part of their foot to make it fit into a slipper. I think the version of Cinderella by Perrault should be the version taught to elementary school children because it is a slightly less intense version and would easily be understandable to a child with a limited attention span. Lastly, I think that the Disney version should be used to introduce children who can’t read to Cinderella. The Disney version of Cinderella is the simplest and least complex of the three and would be a great to begin teaching morals, even if it would be done subconsciously....
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- Fall '08
- Russian, Fairy tale, Brothers Grimm, Grimm's Fairy Tales, Charles Perrault