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Lessons taught from Disney Movies

This is a prezi made about the lessons DIsney movies taught me as a kid.

Megan Romain

on 4 January 2013

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Lessons taught from Disney Movies By: Megan Romain Lady and the Tramp Beauty and the Beast Love can happen to anyone at anytime, and when it's least expected ("What Good Values")
Just because someone is classified as a certain stereotype, it doesn't mean their heart isn't pure ("What Good Values") Disney movies taught me very important life lessons when I was a kid. They helped to make me who I am today. That is why I feel very passionate about them, and believe all kids should watch Disney movies to learn lessons on life. The Lion King Take responsibility in life for your actions ( "10 Frugal Lessons")
To be successful you must accept and learn from your past to be able to focus on your future ( "10 Frugal Lessons") In this movie Rafiki hits Symba on the head with his walking stick and tells him, "It doesn't matter its in the past. The past can hurt, but the way I see it you can either run from it or learn from it!" This taught me to focus on the future, while learning from my mistakes in the past. Also, it taught me to move on from these mistakes, because their in the past. Give everyone a chance, and get to know what their about ("10 Frugal Lessons")
Don't judge a book by its cover ("What Good Values") In the begining of the movie Belle told the beast that she would stay with him, if he let her father go, and he agreed. After her father left, Belle decided she didn't like the beast, because he was scary and very ugly, but after she got to know him she realized that he was a very nice guy and that she liked his personality a lot. This taught me as child to not judge others on their appearances and to give everybody a chance. The Little Mermaid Sometimes you have to make sacrifices to get what you want ("10 Frugal Lessons")
You can do anything and be anything you want to in this world ("10 Frugal Lessons") In this movie King Triton's daughter, Ariel, will do anything to be able to be a part of the human world. All she wants in life is be able to walk on the streets, and experience what life is like for us. She decides to give up her voice, to Ursula, so she can recieve legs in return, and make her able to live on land. This taught me that i have to make certain sacrificies in my life to be able to do many of the things I want, and like to do. In this movie Lady is a dog that was raised in an weathy setting by her owner, and Tramp grew up on the streets of New England. Although their from completely different social classes in their society, they begin to fall in love, and eventually end up together with little puppies in Lady's owner's apartment. This taught me to always keep my heart open for love and give anybody a chance, becasue you can fall in love with anyone in this life. The Jungle Book Be happy with what you have, because you only need the bare necessities in life ("What Good Values")
Don't go out looking for your own happiness in the world, or try and create a certain happiness ("What Good Values") In this movie, Baloo befriends a human to teach him lessons on life. One of his best lesson's is that you only need to have the bare necessities in life to be happy. He tells Mowgli this when he sings, "Look for the bare necessities, the simple bare necessities, forget about your worries and your strife." This taught me to be happy with everyting I was blessed to have and be a part of, becasue that is all I need in life. Aladdin Don't let money change you ("10 Frugal Lessons")
Never pretend to be something or someone your not ("10 Frugal lessons") In this movie, Aladdin is a homeless boy who steals food scraps and other things he needs to survive, along with his monkey Abu. One day he sees a beautiful princess named Jasmine and knows he wants to be with her. He finds a genie and wishes he was a rich prince so he could marry her. He pretents to have a lot of money and be a famous prince so she will be with him, but realizes she would have liked him for himself from the very begining. This taught me to be who I truly am and never be ashamed of where I came from or my status, because people will like me for who I am. Pocahontas Respect Earth as a living resource, because we are all connected to nature("10 Frugal Lessons")
Be open minded and accept others even if they're different ("What Good Values") In this movie John Smith travels to this new place and is told to learn about it by exploring it. In the process he meets a beautiful girl, named Pocahontas, and at first he judges her and her tribe calling them savages just because they are different, but he later learns that they are people just like him. Also, Pocahontas teaches him that nature is beautiful and should be respected just as people who are different should, because it is alive and always growing just like we are. She tells him this when she sings, "You think you own whatever land you land on. The Earth is just a dead thing you can claim. But I know every rock and tree and creature has a life, has a spirit, has a name." This taught me to always respect earth and keep it clean, and to always understand others and their differences before you judge them or talk about them. Works Cited "10 Frugal Lessons from Disney Movies." Tip Hero. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Dec. 2012.
"What Good Values Do Disney Movies Teach Children?" Yahoo! Answers. Yahoo!, n.d. Web. 12 Dec. 2012
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