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Transcript of Fantasy Genre
Fantasy vs. Sci-Fi
Objective: Identify the major
elements of the Fantasy Genre
Teaches having high morals
(good over evil) during tough
situations or circumstances.
Not real (fictional)
Shows stereotypes of
Animals talk, feel, and
act like people.
Physical or character
transformation (the Beast
Imaginary, "enchanted" or "other-worldly" worlds.
Set in the past,present or future
Action scenes that depend on magic or imaginary circumstances.
Often happy endings.
Purpose: why does an
author write a fantasy novel?
To transport the reader into an imaginary world.
To encourage thinking about what is real and possibilities.
To resolve conflict in an
Fantasy vs. Science Fiction
that could never
happen in real
scientists believe could
happen someday based
on predictions of present
and future scientific
Ex: Flying cars
Topic: Fantasy Genre
Name a book or movie that is a good example of Fantasy Genre. Choose one element we learned about today and explain how that element is found in the book
or movie. (Ex: There are examples of good vs. evil in Beauty and the Beast...)
Definition of Fantasy Genre
A narrative (storytelling)
text that incorporates elements
of magic, imaginary worlds &
characters and good vs. evil.