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Little Red Riding Hood - poticajna nastava
Transcript of Little Red Riding Hood - poticajna nastava
Little Red Riding Hood
Overview of Original Reading
Traditional Children's Version
First theme = seduction
Red = sin and scandal !
In the beginning of the story, Little Red Riding Hood is sent off by her mother to visit her grandmother who lives in another village. She meets a wolf in the woods who asks her where she is going. She tells him and he challenges her to a race to see who will get there first. He takes the quickest way, arrives at the grandmothers house and eats her. When Little Red Riding Hood gets to the house, the wolf invites her to get in bed with him. She takes off her clothes and gets into bed, After she says "My what big teeth you have!" He gobbles her up.
"Little girls, this seems to say, Never stop upon your way, Never trust a stranger-friend; No one knows how it will end. As you’re pretty so be wise; Wolves may lurk in every guise. Handsome they may be, and kind, and charming — nevermind! Now, as then, ‘tis simple truth — Sweetest tongue has sharpest tooth!"
- First written by Frenchman Charles Perrault in 1697
- German authors The Brother's Grimm, adapted the tale in the 1900's and called it Little Red Cap
- The Brother's Grimm version has a different ending than Charles Perrault's original tale.
- The most traditional version that is told today the the Brother's Grimm Tale.
- This version is mainly the same throughout as the original, until the end.
- Some small details are different, such as what Red brings to Grandmother.
- The End:
- Huntsman overhears snoring of the wolf
- Cuts stomach open, and retrieves the Grandmother and Little Red.
- Fill stomach back up with stones, dies.
Wolf- man who chases women
<--- Original Picture
This was a time when young women were always being warned about the dangers of men.
"Seen the wolf"
- In 1990, the story was banned in two California school districts because Little Red had a bottle of wine in her basket in the story and in the pictures.
- Was thought to condone alcoholism
- Max Factor 1953 ad in Voque
- "Bring the wolves out"
Traditional Books for Children
Variations for Children
Ending is slightly different, wolf is buried
The Company of Wolves- 1986
Red Riding Hood (horror film)-2003
Red Riding Hood (romance/horror)- 2006
Into the Woods - Broadway musical
"Hungry Like the Wolf"- Duran Duran in the 90s
Share Your Ideas !
Fact or Opinion
Use Little Red Riding Hood and The Wolf's Story
- which one is opinion, fact, or both?
- who do you believe?
Create a New Ending
- create a new ending to the story
- must include 4 things:
> Little Red Riding Hood
> a character of your own creation
How do you get someone to listen to your perspective/believe you?
Write a letter from Little Red Riding Hood or the Wolf's perspective.
Connect this to real life
What does this story mean to you?
What does it help you to remember?
What advice would you give to Little Red Riding Hood before she went into the woods?
Make a warning sign!
List all the qualities of the wolf that describe him.
What does he look like?
What does he act like?
Draw a picture of him too.
Orenstein, C. (2004, Summer). Dances with wolves little red riding
hood's long walk in the woods. Ms. Magazine, Retrieved from http://www.msmagazine.com/summer2004/danceswithwolves.asp
Charles Perrault, Histoires ou contes du temps passé, avec des
moralités: Contes de ma mère l'Oye (Paris, 1697).
Brown, C. (2010). The three little pigs and little red riding hood:
two tales and the histories. (p. 32). New York, NY: Windmill Books.