Classroom 2.0 LIVE webinar "Once Upon a Time: Teaching with Fairy Tales" with special guest presenter, Shelly Sanchez Terrell.

February 10, 2018

00:17 - Susie @shighley
Fairy tales are definitely a gentler way for students to be creative, compared to some of the dystopia out there now

00:27 - Anthippi Harou
Hello Ana!

02:20 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Shelly is such an inspiration to others.

02:55 - Shelly Sanchez, @ShellTerrell
Thank you! I think the Classroom 20 crew is inspiring!

03:47 - Peggy George
Our Livebinder for today:

04:01 - Peggy George (Shelly Sanchez Terrell’ website)

04:37 - Peggy George
Welcome Sawa!! Thanks for joining us!

04:46 - Peggy George
Hi Jackie! Great to have you with us!

04:55 - Sawa
Hello everyone!

04:59 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi, Jackie. Great to see you here.

05:14 - @jackiegerstein
hi Paula - how are you?

05:16 - Peggy George
I love it when parents make up bedtime stories for their kids and start them with once upon a time! :-)

05:27 - Peggy George (Follow Shelly Sanchez Terrell on Twitter)

05:41 - Shelly Sanchez, @ShellTerrell

06:01 - @bcdtech Maureen
Nice to see you Jackie!

06:04 - @plnaugle (Paula)
@Jackie, I'm on Mardi Gras vacation, so I looking forward to parades and relaxation.

06:11 - @jackiegerstein
Hiya Maureen

06:28 - @jackiegerstein
How fun, Paula! The magic of New Orleans

06:29 - Peggy George
fantastic Paula!!

06:38 - Peggy George
This is such a great quote!

06:47 - @jackiegerstein

07:26 - Peggy George Definition and history of fairy tales!)

07:46 - Peggy George
Hi Peg! Great to see you!

08:00 - Peg Volak
Hello everyone!

08:10 - Peg Volak
Peg from PA; 2nd

08:12 - Anthippi Harou
Hello Peg!

08:45 - Peggy George
that is always so interesting to compare fairy tales from different cultures and countries!

09:27 - Peggy George
haha! no cell phones!

10:45 - @jackiegerstein
In New Mexico, Parents "scared" their kids to stay out of the arroyos by telling of them about La Llorona - “Weeping Woman” hosts that haunt the southwest, La Llorona is the Hispanic boogey-woman.

11:14 - Peggy George
that's really interesting Jackie!! Do you have a link for that?

11:15 - @jackiegerstein
Hi Shelly!

11:33 - Susie @shighley
I love these illustrations

11:57 - Peggy George
if any of you have some great fairy tale links please share them in the chat and I'll add them to the Livebinder after the show.

11:59 - @jackiegerstein

12:10 - Peggy George

12:26 - Peggy George (Fairy Tales of the World: online resource of stories which have been passed down from generation to generation. Search for stories by location or author)

12:33 - Peggy George
that is an amazing site!

12:50 - Peg Volak
Fairy Tale Friday is soon.... kids don't know them at all it seems!

13:11 - Peggy George
great idea Peg!!!

13:19 - Peggy George
Welcome Laura! So glad you could join us!

14:15 - @plnaugle (Paula)
In Louisiana Rougarou is the boogeyman and prowls the swamps.

14:29 - Laura Antichi
hi Peggy!

14:33 - @jackiegerstein

15:32 - Peggy George
that is great advice to always ask "why"!

16:46 - Peggy George
Is there a difference between fairy tales and folk tales?

18:55 - Peggy George
When kids write their own fairy tales do they tend to make them scary like the traditional fairy tales?

19:47 - Peggy George (Wikipedia: Vladimir Propp)

20:30 - Peggy George
thanks Shelly!

21:04 - Peg Volak
2nd graders often write happily ever after endings

21:06 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Found this online - "In a nutshell, in folk tales, conflict usually arises between the major characters and the minor characters, and is actively resolved by both. In fairytales, major characters are are simply passive and subject to sufferings usually resolved with the help of the minor characters, who usually happen to be fairies and other mythical beings."
Read more: Difference Between Fairies Tales and Folk Tales | Difference Between

21:27 - Peggy George
thanks Paula!!! very helpful!!

21:45 - Peggy George
that face is adorable!! :-)

22:02 - @plnaugle (Paula)
My 4th grade girls love to write happy ending, my boys want more blood and guts type endings.

22:19 - Peggy George
that would have been my guess too Paula

24:11 - Ana ŽvkovićSerbia)
a donkey?

24:11 - Susie @shighley
the Eddie Murphy donkey?

24:13 - @jackiegerstein

24:20 - Peggy George
Who is the helper for Shrek? :-)

24:33 - Susie @shighley
the dwarves

24:35 - Ana ŽvkovićSerbia)
the dwarfs

24:37 - @plnaugle (Paula)
the 7 dwarfs

24:37 - Peggy George
great job Susie, Ana and Jackie!

26:52 - Peggy George (Campbell, M. (2013). The Bare-Bones Structure of a Fairy Tale)

28:35 - Peggy George
teens would definitely relate to that! told not to do something and do it anyway :-)

29:17 - Peggy George
if you have any questions for Shelly please type them in the chat and Lorie will ask them on the mic during Q/A

30:33 - Dejan Kreculj

30:54 - Peggy George
Hi Dejan! Welcome!

31:11 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Hi Ana and wlecome.

32:03 - Dejan Kreculj
Hi Peggy, hi Ana!

32:07 - Ana ŽvkovićSerbia)
short power cut :(

32:36 - Peggy George
welcome back!! :-)

33:08 - Peggy George
is there always just one hero in a fairy tale?

33:21 - Ana ŽvkovićSerbia)
Dejan, thanks for the reminder and the link

33:31 - @plnaugle (Paula)
The 5 Evilest Fairy Tale Villains of All Time - Epic Reads Blog

33:42 - Peggy George
thanks Paula!!

33:56 - @jackiegerstein
cool graphic

34:20 - Peggy George (Story elements map created by Anthippi Harou. Make a copy to view and use.)

34:29 - Peggy George (Worksheet: Fairy Tale Story Map

34:39 - Susie @shighley
I agree with those villains, although I don't know The Girl with No Hands

34:40 - Dejan Kreculj
Ana, I am here "native" :)

34:46 - Anthippi Harou

34:53 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Yeah, Anthippi! :)

35:05 - Anthippi Harou
Thanks for sharing!

35:09 - Peggy George (ReadWriteThink: Lesson Plan-Fairy Tales from Life)

35:26 - @jackiegerstein
I agree about this website

35:29 - @plnaugle (Paula)
@Susie, that's a new one to me too. Guess I'll have to check it out.

35:33 - Peggy George
all of these links are in the Livebinder today!

35:59 - Dejan Kreculj

36:43 - Peggy George
love that idea to create fairy tales related to bullying!

37:12 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Grimm 031: The Girl without Hands

38:28 - Peggy George (Cisneros, T. (2008). Elements of a Fairy Tale Story)

38:35 - Tammy Moore
Heckedy Peg by Don Wood is a wonderfully illustrated fairy tale and it can inspire student artwork.

38:46 - Peggy George (Gokturk, V. (2016). Elements Found in Fairy Tales)

39:01 - Peggy George
thanks Tammy!! I don't know that fairy tale!

39:29 - Susie @shighley
One of the schools where I was the librarian had a wonderful, diverse section of fairy tales with many different versions. The kids and teachers loved them

40:00 - Ana ŽvkovićSerbia)
I started a project where my students illustrate their stories and record the narration using Chekhov Story App

40:06 - Peggy George

40:23 - Anthippi Harou

40:33 - Peggy George (Truby, D. (2014). 10 Fairy Tale Lesson Plans That Are Learning Magic)

41:15 - Doug Henry (San Leandro, CA)
A German grandma I knew raised her kids on Strewelpeter tales

41:39 - Susie @shighley
I hadn't heard of the Chekhov story app. Looks very cool!

41:40 - Peggy George
Ana, that's a great project!

41:55 - Peggy George
Thanks for that link Doug!!

42:19 - @plnaugle (Paula)
16 Multicultural Cinderella Stories from Around the World

43:03 - @jackiegerstein
I love the Cinderella stories - have collected a whole library of these versions

44:48 - Peggy George (Dipple, S. (2009). Characteristics of Fairy Tales)

45:40 - Peggy George
these slides would be great to put on posters to give students ideas about things to include!

46:15 - Susie @shighley
I could go for some sleep

46:21 - Peggy George
haha Susie!

46:57 - Peggy George (ReadWriteThink: Fractured Fairy Tales Student Interactive-Gr. 3-12)

47:20 - Peggy George (Marilyn Kinsella: Fractured Fairy Tales-tips for rewriting a favorite old folk tale)

48:37 - Peggy George
there are links to all of these apps in the Livebinder :-)

48:50 - Peggy George (Fairy Tale Story Maker iOS app by Good Effect)

48:59 - Peggy George (Toca Tailor Fairy Tales apps)

49:15 - Peggy George (Wonderland Free Fairy Tale Game for Kids iOS app)

49:43 - Peg Volak
which would be the best app for 2nd?

49:56 - Peggy George
these apps are great! will really give them a jump start on creating their story!

50:08 - @jackiegerstein
Related - Storytelling Is Not Lecturing; Lecturing is Not Storytelling

50:15 - Peggy George (Princess Fairy Tale Maker app by Duck Duck Moose)

50:37 - Peg Volak
funny! I thought that too - I had downloaded that one!

51:13 - Susie @shighley
Great link, Jackie. My best history teachers were storytellers, not lecturers

51:26 - Peggy George
all of these apps are in the Livebinder!

51:50 - Peggy George
Our show next Saturday is going to be all about using Book Creator in the classroom!

52:00 - Susie @shighley
One of them was in college with 500+ in the lecture hall

52:10 - Peggy George (EduGoals MOOC)

52:11 - @jackiegerstein
yep, Susie - agree - the first history class I liked was as a freshman in college when I had a professor who was a great storyteller

52:17 - Anthippi Harou
I've recently come across for storytelling - which is amazing!

52:31 - Peggy George
thanks Anthippi! I'll add that to the Livebinder!

52:49 - Peggy George
all of these references are in the Livebinder :-)

53:05 - @jackiegerstein
thanks, Shelly - you always have such good information!

53:09 - Susie @shighley
I'd like to know where she got her illustrations

53:19 - Susie @shighley
There's Savvy!

53:25 - Ana ŽvkovićSerbia)
Thanks Shelly!

53:26 - Shelly Sanchez, @ShellTerrell

53:27 - @plnaugle (Paula)
What is Savvy's favorite fairy tale at this time?

53:27 - Peggy George
that was fascinating!!! Thank you so much Shelly!!

53:29 - Tiziana Angiolini ( ITALY)
Thanks a lot Shelly

53:58 - Peggy George
do you know of any rap style fairy tales?

54:09 - Susie @shighley
Thanks for everything. You manage speaking and watching the chat well!

54:13 - Anthippi Harou
Amazing presentation, Shelly! Thank you so much!

54:23 - Peggy George
that could be really fun!!!

54:31 - Peg Volak
Thank you so much for your time and ideas!!

54:48 - Peggy George
I'll check those out Shelly! :-)

54:53 - Anthippi Harou
This might be the topic a future webinar!

54:59 - Peggy George

55:09 - Anthippi Harou

56:27 - @plnaugle (Paula)
Virtual applause for Shelly. Always love learning with her. :)

57:20 - Anthippi Harou
Thank YOU!!!

58:00 - Shelly Sanchez, @ShellTerrell
Link to the MOOC

58:07 - Shelly Sanchez, @ShellTerrell
Book Creator is an awesome tool

58:15 - Tiziana Angiolini ( ITALY)
Looking forward to next Saturday. Have a nice weekend

58:40 - Anthippi Harou
Bye Tiziana!

58:57 - Peggy George
Thank you all for joining us!

59:06 - Tiziana Angiolini ( ITALY)
Bye Anthippi!!

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59:19 - Susie @shighley
Thanks, everyone. Back to the Olympics & basketball

59:26 - Shelly Sanchez, @ShellTerrell

59:28 - Peggy George (Classroom 2.0 LIVE survey link to request PD certificates for live or recorded webinars)

59:31 - Shelly Sanchez, @ShellTerrell
Yes the Olympics

59:51 - Shelly Sanchez, @ShellTerrell
Another great cultural experience for students

59:52 - Peggy George
The Olympics are off to a great start!!