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Three website for Fables/ Fairytales
« on: February 10, 2021, 10:27:02 PM »
This FairyTalez website claims to be the largest collection of fairy tales, folk tales, and fables online. On this website, you’re able to find fables and fairytales from different regions ( such as Maori, Rhodesian, Scandinavian, and many more). Indeed, some of these stories also provide pictures that allow students to develop a more in-depth understanding of the context.
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[/size]This Myths and Legends podcast shares different myths and legends from across the world. It can be a great resource for language learners to learn about different cultures while listening to the story. Indeed, the podcast format can also help learners to use their time on the go and still express to some very engaging stories that can further help them with their language practice.
[/size]This SurLaLune website features 49 annotated fairy tales, in which within each annotated fairy tales, it not only includes illustrations and background histories of it, but it also includes some modern interpretations as well as a more detailed explanation on words/phrase that may be hard to understand. Besides, it also contains about 5,000 folktales & fairy tales from around the world