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Specify the approximate location of the creation of the chosen fairy tale or story.
Drag the marker to indicate the location. Remember, you can zoom into the map for a more precise location.
What is the name of your chosen fairy tale or story?
Choose from the suggested list only the places you noticed in the tale and marked as “sacred”. Do not forget that an enchanted place is a place where magic happens. Choose all possible locations.
Now choose from the list below only the places you found and marked as “ordinary”. Choose all possible locations.
If you came across places that have names write them here, separated by commas. Example: Hogwarts, The Shire, or Lilliput. If there were no place names in your tale, omit this question. This question is optional.
This question is optional.
Draw a map of your tale. Mark ordinary places in black and white and enchanted ones in colors. Make a photo of this map or scan it and attach the picture here. Do not forget to label all the places you draw! Drag the file with your image here or choose it from your folders.
Choose one fairy tale or story you want to analyze. Read it from beginning to end. If you aren’t sure what constitutes a fairy tale, consult the project "Ocean of tales.” You can participate in the project more than once, using a new tale for every Report Form.
Mark, on the map, an approximate location of the creation of the chosen tale.
Write out all the places mentioned in the text of the tale (ie. forest or lake, castle or village). Note all the places where action happens.
Answer the Report Form questions. For that, divide places on your list into the categories of ordinary and enchanted.
Draw or design a map of your fairy tale or magical story. Use black and white colors for ordinary places and different colors for enchanted ones. Label the places you draw so all participants can read your map correctly.
Upload your map to the Report Form and send the data.
Take part in the project; help make a list of enchanted places. Help us locate places with names like Sherwood Forest, Narnia, Oz, and Camelot. Share your observations about magical places with other participants.