Goldilocks and the Three Bears
by Jan Brett
Goldilocks and the Three Bears is about morality |. The genre of the story is Mythology/folktale, the setting is Realistic.
Goldilocks walks into the home of three bears when they were out for a walk. When the bears returned home, they see that someone tried their porridge, sat in their chairs, and slept in their beds.
Moral reasoning in the story focuses on self concern, self concern, and concern for law and order.
The theme of the story is Think about how your actions might hurt others.
The story is rude half the time.
There is stereotyped male sex role, stereotyped female sex role, and stereotyped age differences in the story.
- Self control
- Unreflective/Don't think of consequences of actions
The 4 Component Model
- Ethical Sensitivity - Evidence of concern for others and awareness of the consequences of one's actions.
- Ethical Judgment - Shows characters deliberating about ethical choices.
- Ethical Focus - Addresses the ethical demand in the situation, prioritizing moral goals and responsibilities over selfish interests.
- Ethical Action - Has a character who takes several steps to reach a moral goal and perseveres to complete the ethical action.