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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Fairy tales are often thought to provide what to a child?
(b) A vivid imagination.
(c) Valuable learning experiences.
2. The child must resign the story so s/he can go where?
3. Fairy tales help children to learn how to develop which of the following?
(a) Storytelling skills.
4. When faced with ambivalence, a child must learn to understand which emotion is the most:
5. Regardless of the content of the story, what two cultures call all such stories fairy tales?
(a) French and African.
(b) Danish and Norse.
(c) English and French.
(d) Swedish and English.
Short Answer Questions
1. A child might believe that his life is filled with what?
2. A person with no experience in fairy tales may not understand the difference between which two objects?
3. What is the first fairy tale mentioned in this section?
4. What story does the little girl relate to her mother?
5. What is the negative aspect related to the character(s)?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain the difference of fairy tales in various cultures. Are they all considered to be fairy tales?
2. What story does Bettelheim refer to regarding the introduction of duality?
3. Why were these things used? What did they teach to children?
4. What example is used regarding the differentiation between fantasy and reality?
5. Why have some parents and educators outlawed fairy tales?
6. How does a child view the wolf in Little Red Riding Hood?
7. What is the general rule of continuity in a fairy tale? Why is it important?
8. Why are fairy tales important to the development of a child's mind?
9. What did Dr. Sigmund Freud think about the purpose behind the story of Oedpius?
10. What use do fairy tales have in the life of a child?
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