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a fictional story
Before you write, think of a fictional story that you know. It could be a movie, a video game, a novel, a TV show, a short story, a tale a family member told you, or a song (or any fictional/fake story). Think about if this story teaches a lesson about the world, or if it is making an argument about the world. What is your story trying to teach us? Can your fictional story tell the truth in a way that “real life” events cannot?
For example, if you are talking about the Lion King, it is obviously not a true story. But can the Lion King reveal any truth about the world? Can it tell us the truth about human nature through fictional talking lions?
Once you think of your fictional story, you are ready to post in this discussion. Please reply to this part by Sunday, August 30th at 11:59pm.
In a reply to this discussion, write down the title of your story, and tell us about the lesson that the movie teaches us. The reply should be only a sentence or two about the main lesson it teaches us. Just choose one story for your reply, but here are three examples:
- The Lion King: This movie teaches us that we are all part of “the circle of life”, and that we should remain loyal to our family.
- Halloween: This movie teaches us that evil can exist anywhere…especially the suburbs.
- La Llorona: This story teaches us that we should listen to our parents and authority figures. If we don’t, she might get us us.