Stories – Worldviews

The Gruffalo

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Worldview – Fear vs. Power

Examples:-

  • The mouse took advantage of how scary is the gruffalo to scare other animals, but then a gruffalo showed up trying to eat the mouse. However, the mouse told him there’s no chance for him, since he’s the scariest animal in the wood. He tries convincing the gruffalo by taking him to other animals, which ran off after seeing the gruffalo. The gruffalo believed those animals ran because they were scared of the mouse, so he ran too after he was told he’s the mouse’s favorite food.

Robot Racers

Worldview – Fear vs. Power

Examples:-

  • Tank top was stronger than Squeaky. Squeaky is only a cleaner and he is rusty and clanky he didn’t dare to participate in the race.

Guilty vs. Innocent

Examples:-

  • Tank top was cheating all the time starting with the other racers by damaging them and later when he tried to stop Squeaky.
  • There was a rule at the end and Tank top couldn’t skip that as he did all the time, in the photo it was obvious that the wheel was before Tank top so Squeaky wins.
  • The rule at the end (wheel).

Alvie Eats Soups

Worldview – Shame vs. honor

Examples:-

  • Alvie was eating only soup in every meal. His granny is a chef, and was going to meet with the family. His parents tried a lot of ways to make him eat other food aside of soup. His parents felt bit ashamed that he only eat one particular type of food, when his granny sent him a lot of food to eat. So at the meeting with the granny, the parents bought a lot of food so the granny wouldn’t notice alive eating habit. In the end, they discovered that both alvie and his granny only eat beans.
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