Aesop's Fables In The Modern World

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Aesop’s Fables in The Modern World Aesop is the originator of this genre (fables); the Greek people chose the name and created a several legends about Aesop. In Norton Anthology of Western Literature book it says about him, “He had supposedly been a slave and was known for his ugliness and outspokenness. But there is no reason to believe that this has any historical accuracy. The stories about Aesop gave the Greeks and Romans a way of talking about the fables.” He gives a new way to represent ancient culture of the Greeks and Romans differently than Homer. Several writers wrote Aesop’s Fables from the globe, they are not told in specific time or for chosen communities. What is a fable? Fable is a short folktale that all characters which are…show more content…
Indeed, fables are the wisdom of the earth that everyone could understand, having the ability to get into everyone’s mind and home is powerful. Fables reflect and involve in our modern lifestyle because of three important reasons, they are powerful tools in teaching adults and children, help to prove a scientific theories, and the movie makers industries still use some fable’s myths. Fables are one of the most powerful methods of teaching, because it’s easy to be delivered for the audiences or the students and it could be applied for both children and adults. Education is the most important element in the world to create worthy societies; different methods of teaching will improve the quality of the learning system. One of the famous Aesop’s fables is The Tortoise and the Hare, a fable that has a moral everyone can learn from it. In schools, children who are in age 5 would knew this story and the moral or morals hidden behind lines. The teacher would deliver the moral of the story not just by reading it for them, but a clever and an affective way of evaluating the concept of studying fables is that by asking the children some questions that they would absorb the idea by using their own perspectives and experiences. For example, the teacher can ask them if they where in

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