Anthropology at The Art Institute of Salt Lake City, Draper, Utah 2009 Dahlia Barker, Ashley Williamson and Javier Giannoni present. Mythology. Myths Legends Fables Fairy Tales. Myths. EX: Pegasus (Greek Mythology) the winged horse son of Poseidon and Medusa.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Anthropology at The Art Institute of Salt Lake City, Draper, Utah 2009 Dahlia Barker, Ashley Williamson and Javier Giannoni present Mythology Myths Legends Fables Fairy Tales
Myths EX: Pegasus (Greek Mythology) the winged horse son of Poseidon and Medusa. the well Hippocrene of Helicon; a mountain.
Myths • Answer large questions surrounding humans existence • How our world works, how we should treat others • Explains who the Gods are and their stories
Legend EX: Robin Hood Stole from the rich to feed the poor EX: Sleepy Hollow Love and jealousy
Legends • About people their actions and deeds • Based on facts but not completely true • Teach a lesson
Fables EX: The Lion and The Mouse Little Friends can prove to be great friends EX: The Grasshopper and the Ant Work before play Compassion
Fables • Story passed from generation to generation • Teach a lesson • About animals that talk and act like people
Fairy Tales EX: Cinderella Patience Dreams really do come true Fairy Godmother EX: Little Red Ridding Hood Don’t talk to strangers EX: The Three Billy Goats Gruff Don’t be greedy
Fairy Tales • Written for children • Magical characters-trolls, elves, giants, fairies • Hans Christian Anderson and the Brothers Grimm
Mythological Beliefs • Cultures use these to teach lessons • Stories change based on cultures • Each culture uses a different method of story