Daily Archives: December 11, 2021

Class Reflection – Daniella Graffeo

Over my time in the Folk Tales: Secrets & Sorcery class, I’ve come to realize that fairy tales do matter because their lessons are timeless. When we read them as children, we were able to derive lessons from them like … Continue reading

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Final Reflection – Haley Kastendieck

As this semester comes to a close, I’m reflecting on all that I have learned from this semester. From my time in SJC -100, I’ve learned more about cultures around the world, the origin of folktales, how society was in … Continue reading

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Final Blog Reflection: Paige Boland

            Fairy tales do matter not only in children’s lives, but also as you mature into adulthood. When you are a child you view fairy tales as a silly, light-hearted story that emphasizes important life … Continue reading

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Final Exam Blog Project-Kelechi Egbuziem

Ever since I was a child I have been familiar with fairytales, but throughout this semester I have learned more about fairy tales than I can imagine. Fairy tales have many different purposes, one of these purposes is entertainment. Although … Continue reading

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Final Exam Blog Project – Sophia Parada

Through this course, I have developed a deeper understanding and appreciation for fairy tales. I enjoyed learning about tales that I have not heard of before, such as “The Juniper Tree.” I also enjoyed learning about the original versions of … Continue reading

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Final Reflection Post: Trista Buck

     I personally thought that the SJC-100H class, Folk Tales: Secrets and Sorcery, was very interesting. The topics and ideas that we talked about really grabbed my attention and made me have a deeper understanding regarding fairy tales. I … Continue reading

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