幻想类童话故事有哪些

2020-04-08 07:16:21
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英格尔是安徒生故事中《踩着面包走的女孩》的人物英格尔最后变成了一只小鸟飞出了地狱。有原文:从前有一个漂亮的女孩子,她的名字叫英格儿。她是一个穷人的孩子,但是她非常任性、非常骄傲。她鼓劲做一些很讨厌的游戏。她捉住一只蝴蝶以后,就撕掉它的两只翅膀,让它像一个小虫子那样爬行。她的妈妈常常劝她不要太任性了。她一点也听不进去。后来她到另一个村子的有钱人家里去干活。这家人对她很不错,把她打扮得也像自己的孩子一样美丽漂亮。这样,英格儿就更加觉得自己了不起,越来越胡闹了。过了一年,女主人又对她说:“英格儿,你应该去看看你的父母了。我给你一条长面包,你把它送给你的父母,他们一定很想念你。”英格儿同意了。她穿上最好的衣服,穿孔机上最漂亮的一双新鞋。当她来到一场面沼泽地的时候,要经过泥巴坑和黑水窝,这样会弄脏她的衣服和新鞋的。于是,她干脆把那块长面包扔到泥巴地上,准备踩着面包走过去。但是,当她的一只脚刚刚踩在那条长面包上,面包和她却一齐都沉下去了,直到她沉没了头顶。 英格儿沉到哪里去了呢?原来,她沉到沼泽地熬酒的女人那儿去了。她是个老魔鬼。英格儿沉到了沼泽女人的酒厂里。这里有许多癞蛤蟆和毒蛇,英格儿恰恰落在了它们的中间。这一大堆冰冷肮脏的东西包围着英格儿,把她吓得浑身发抖,她紧紧地踩着面包,可是那条长面包拉着她继续往下沉。英格儿一直沉到地狱里,变成了一块石头。英格儿的身体变成了石像,她的背就是一块硬石板,她想吃面包是根本不可能的。最后她的肚子饿得实在受不了了,于是她的内脏开始互相吃起来,最后,连她的内部器官一个也没有了,完全空了。这时,她听到母亲的哭泣声。接着,她又听到了那个女主人在说:“英格儿太不像话了,她不该把面包踩在脚下,她是要受到惩罚的!”本回答被网友采纳

2019-08-31 14:49:51

曲名:缺角地图艺人:董运昌专辑:第33个街角转弯年代:2002厂牌:风潮唱片风格:轻音乐本回答被网友采纳

2019-09-07 03:19:38

猪的理想的背景音乐是什么?

2019-09-07 03:22:38

《安徒生童话》《踩着面包走的女孩》

2019-08-31 15:09:50

Snow White A long time ago, and far away there lived a King and a Queen. They were very happy, except for one thing -- they both longed for a child. The Queen sat sewing by her window one winter's day when she suddenly pricked her finger. A drop of blood fell on the snow by the window. "Oh, I wish I had a daughter with skin as white as snow, hair as black as ebony and red, red lips," she sighed. Happily the Queen's wish came true. In the autumn that year a baby girl was born. Sadly, the Queen died soon after. The little Princess was called Snow White and she grew to be a lovely girl. After many years the King married again. His new wife was beautiful and proud. She liked to use magic and had a magic mirror. She would say: "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?" And the mirror would answer: "You, Queen, are the fairest in the land." The Queen was very proud. One day the Queen spoke to the mirror as usual, but this time the answer was different. "You, Queen, are fair, but the fairest of all is Snow White." The Queen was very angry to hear this. She plotted and schemed and decided to kill Snow White. "Huntsman," she said, one day. " I want you to take Snow White into the forest and kill her. Bring back her heart to prove she is dead." "Your Majesty," said the huntsman, bowing. He was horrified. He didn't want to kill the Princess. "Come," he said to Snow White. "We are going into the forest." He took Snow White deeper and deeper into the forest, then he spoke to her. "Beware of you stepmother," he said. "She wants you killed. Those were my orders. But I can't kill you. Go deeper into the forest and one day you will be able to return. But be careful. She may find out that you're alive." The huntsman then killed a small deer and took its heart back to the queen. The Queen was very happy. She was now the fairest in the land. Meanwhile, Snow White ran deeper and deeper into the forest. Finally, when it was growing dark she came to a small cottage. She knocked but there was no answer. "I wonder who lives here," she said. She pushed the door open. What a sight met her eyes! The little house was very untidy, plates and cups were waiting to be washed up and the table was still laid for breakfast. "What a mess," said Snow White, and she bustled around and cleaned the house from top to bottom. She was very surprised to find that there was seven of everything: seven cups, seven plates, seven knives, seven forks and seven beds and chairs. Then Snow White had some bread and cheese. She was very tired, so she went upstairs to the newly cleaned bedroom, and fell asleep on one of the beds. Later on, when the owners of the cottage returned, they couldn't believe their eyes! Their little home was spotless. "Who can have done this?" they asked. They looked around. Dinner was cooking in the oven and the table was laid. "It's a girl," called one, from the top of the stairs. "She's asleep in our room." Snow White woke up to find seven little men standing by the bed. They were seven dwarfs and they worked in a mine in the nearby hills. "Don't be scared," they told her. "How did you find this place? We're a long way into the forest." Snow White told her story. The dwarfs were horrified. "You must stay here," they said. "You'll be safe here." "Thank you," said Snow White. Snow White was very happy in the forest, and the dwarfs were delighted to look after her. For many days only six dwarfs went to work, because one would stay behind with Snow White, but after a while Snow White convinced them that she would be all right. "Promise us that you will keep the door locked," said the dwarfs. "The Queen may find out that you're with us and try to harm you." "The door will stay shut all the time," said Snow White. "I won't open it to anyone." The dwarfs were happy with this and they all went off to their work in the mine. Meanwhile, the Queen, Snow White's stepmother, was happy in the knowledge that she was the fairest in the land, but one day she thought she'd just make sure. "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?" she asked. "You, Queen, are fair, but Snow White is the fairest of all." The mirror showed a picture of Snow White deep in the forest, with the seven dwarfs. The Queen was furious. The huntsman had lied to her. "I'll find her myself," muttered the Queen. She used a little magic to make herself look very old. Then she dressed herself in peasant clothes and made her way to the forest. When she was there, she waited for the seven dwarfs to go off to the mine. Snow White stayed inside the house as she'd promised the dwarfs. "Combs for sale! Combs and ribbons for sale!" called an old peasant woman. "Oh, how lovely," said Snow White. "Please may I see your combs." "Come out into the lovely sunshine," said the peasant woman. "I can't, I promised the dwarfs," said Snow White. "Can I look at them over the windowsill?" "Of course," said the woman. "Here's a pretty one. It will suit your lovely dark hair." "I have no mirror," said Snow White. "Can you put it in for me?" "Of course," said the woman. "Turn around." Snow White turned and the wicked Queen pushed the comb hard into Snow White's hair. It was poisoned and Snow White fell to the floor. "No more pretty Snow White," said the Queen, changing back to her normal self. "Goodbye my dear." The dwarfs returned home early that night to find Snow White on the floor, looking quite dead. They rushed to her pulling her upright. "We should never have left her," said one. "It must have been the wicked Queen," said another. "Look!" one suddenly said. "She's waking up." The comb had been dislodged and the poison no longer worked. Snow White woke up to find herself surrounded by the dwarfs. "You must be very careful," they told her. "This is the work of the wicked Queen." The Queen had arrived back at the palace and went at one to the mirror. She was very angry with the answer the mirror gave her. How could Snow White still be alive? "This time she will die," said the wicked Queen. She spent many days preparing the poison she would use. Snow White was feeling much better and promised she would not talk to anyone. Several weeks passed and everyone felt safe. The dwarfs went to work, and into the forest walked an old woman collecting sticks. "She's selling nothing," said Snow White,"but I will still be careful." A knock at the door took Snow White to the window. "May I have a drink?" asked the old woman. "There's no harm in that," said Snow White. "Wait there." She handed a glass of water to the woman. "Would you like an apple?" asked the old woman. "No thank you," said Snow White. "They're lovely and ripe," said the woman. "Try some of mine." She cut a piece from the apple she was eating. 'It must be safe,' thought Snow White. 'She's eating the apple too.' The Queen had very cleverly poisoned just one half of the apple -- the half she cut of for Snow White. Snow White took one bite and fell, as if dead, onto the floor. The old woman turned back into the wicked Queen. "This time your friends won't be able to help you," laughed the Queen. "Good-bye!" The seven dwarfs returned from the mine to find Snow White lying on the floor. This time they couldn't revive her. Snow White was dead. They were very sad and they couldn't bear the thought of burying her in the ground, so they made a glass coffin and filled it with sweet-smelling flowers. They put it in a sunny glade in the forest, keeping guard over it day after day. Snow White seemed to be sleeping rather than dead. The Queen had spoken to her mirror and was once again the fairest in the land. One day a young Prince rode through the forest. He reached the glade and saw Snow White in her glass coffin. "She's beautiful," he said and he could think of nothing else but Snow White. "She is so beautiful," he said to the dwarfs. "May I take her with me. I promise I will always look after her." The dwarfs could see that the Prince meant it, and agreed. Just as the servants were lifting the glass coffin one of them tripped and jolted Snow White. It was enough to make the piece of apple fall out of her mouth. Within moments she was waking up. The Prince and the seven dwarfs were delighted. "Will you marry me?" asked the Prince. They prepared to return to his kingdom. Meanwhile, the wicked Queen was looking in her mirror. "You, Queen, are fair, but Snow White with her Prince is the fairest of all." The mirror showed the Queen a picture of the Prince with Snow White. This time the Queen was so angry that the magic inside her boiled up and killed her. Snow White would never have to worry about her again.

2019-09-05 12:38:31

风和太阳(The Wind And The Sun) One day the wind said to the sun, “Look at that man walking along the road. I can get his cloak off more quickly than you can.” (有一天风跟太阳说: “看看那个沿着路上走的人.我可以比你快让他把披风脱下来.) “We will see about that,” said the sun. “I will let you try first.” (“我们等着看吧,”太阳说, “我让你先试.) So the wind tried to make the man take off his cloak. He blew and blew, but the man only pulled his cloak more closely around himself. (因此风尝试让那个人把披风脱下来.他用力地吹,可是那个人把披风拉得更紧.) “I give up,” said the wind at last. “I cannot get his cloak off.” Then the sun tried. He shone as hard as he could. The man soon became hot and took off his cloak. (“我放弃了,”风最后说, “我无法让他把披风脱下来.”然后由太阳试试看.他尽可能地晒他.不久,那个人很热就把披风脱下来了.)A long time ago, and far away there lived a King and a Queen. They were very happy, except for one thing -- they both longed for a child. The Queen sat sewing by her window one winter's day when she suddenly pricked her finger. A drop of blood fell on the snow by the window. "Oh, I wish I had a daughter with skin as white as snow, hair as black as ebony and red, red lips," she sighed. Happily the Queen's wish came true. In the autumn that year a baby girl was born. Sadly, the Queen died soon after. The little Princess was called Snow White and she grew to be a lovely girl. After many years the King married again. His new wife was beautiful and proud. She liked to use magic and had a magic mirror. She would say: "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?" And the mirror would answer: "You, Queen, are the fairest in the land." The Queen was very proud. One day the Queen spoke to the mirror as usual, but this time the answer was different. "You, Queen, are fair, but the fairest of all is Snow White." The Queen was very angry to hear this. She plotted and schemed and decided to kill Snow White. "Huntsman," she said, one day. " I want you to take Snow White into the forest and kill her. Bring back her heart to prove she is dead." "Your Majesty," said the huntsman, bowing. He was horrified. He didn't want to kill the Princess. "Come," he said to Snow White. "We are going into the forest." He took Snow White deeper and deeper into the forest, then he spoke to her. "Beware of you stepmother," he said. "She wants you killed. Those were my orders. But I can't kill you. Go deeper into the forest and one day you will be able to return. But be careful. She may find out that you're alive." The huntsman then killed a small deer and took its heart back to the queen. The Queen was very happy. She was now the fairest in the land. Meanwhile, Snow White ran deeper and deeper into the forest. Finally, when it was growing dark she came to a small cottage. She knocked but there was no answer. "I wonder who lives here," she said. She pushed the door open. What a sight met her eyes! The little house was very untidy, plates and cups were waiting to be washed up and the table was still laid for breakfast. "What a mess," said Snow White, and she bustled around and cleaned the house from top to bottom. She was very surprised to find that there was seven of everything: seven cups, seven plates, seven knives, seven forks and seven beds and chairs. Then Snow White had some bread and cheese. She was very tired, so she went upstairs to the newly cleaned bedroom, and fell asleep on one of the beds. Later on, when the owners of the cottage returned, they couldn't believe their eyes! Their little home was spotless. "Who can have done this?" they asked. They looked around. Dinner was cooking in the oven and the table was laid. "It's a girl," called one, from the top of the stairs. "She's asleep in our room." Snow White woke up to find seven little men standing by the bed. They were seven dwarfs and they worked in a mine in the nearby hills. "Don't be scared," they told her. "How did you find this place? We're a long way into the forest." Snow White told her story. The dwarfs were horrified. "You must stay here," they said. "You'll be safe here." "Thank you," said Snow White. Snow White was very happy in the forest, and the dwarfs were delighted to look after her. For many days only six dwarfs went to work, because one would stay behind with Snow White, but after a while Snow White convinced them that she would be all right. "Promise us that you will keep the door locked," said the dwarfs. "The Queen may find out that you're with us and try to harm you." "The door will stay shut all the time," said Snow White. "I won't open it to anyone." The dwarfs were happy with this and they all went off to their work in the mine. Meanwhile, the Queen, Snow White's stepmother, was happy in the knowledge that she was the fairest in the land, but one day she thought she'd just make sure. "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?" she asked. "You, Queen, are fair, but Snow White is the fairest of all." The mirror showed a picture of Snow White deep in the forest, with the seven dwarfs. The Queen was furious. The huntsman had lied to her. "I'll find her myself," muttered the Queen. She used a little magic to make herself look very old. Then she dressed herself in peasant clothes and made her way to the forest. When she was there, she waited for the seven dwarfs to go off to the mine. Snow White stayed inside the house as she'd promised the dwarfs. "Combs for sale! Combs and ribbons for sale!" called an old peasant woman. "Oh, how lovely," said Snow White. "Please may I see your combs." "Come out into the lovely sunshine," said the peasant woman. "I can't, I promised the dwarfs," said Snow White. "Can I look at them over the windowsill?" "Of course," said the woman. "Here's a pretty one. It will suit your lovely dark hair." "I have no mirror," said Snow White. "Can you put it in for me?" "Of course," said the woman. "Turn around." Snow White turned and the wicked Queen pushed the comb hard into Snow White's hair. It was poisoned and Snow White fell to the floor. "No more pretty Snow White," said the Queen, changing back to her normal self. "Goodbye my dear." The dwarfs returned home early that night to find Snow White on the floor, looking quite dead. They rushed to her pulling her upright. "We should never have left her," said one. "It must have been the wicked Queen," said another. "Look!" one suddenly said. "She's waking up." The comb had been dislodged and the poison no longer worked. Snow White woke up to find herself surrounded by the dwarfs. "You must be very careful," they told her. "This is the work of the wicked Queen." The Queen had arrived back at the palace and went at one to the mirror. She was very angry with the answer the mirror gave her. How could Snow White still be alive? "This time she will die," said the wicked Queen. She spent many days preparing the poison she would use. Snow White was feeling much better and promised she would not talk to anyone. Several weeks passed and everyone felt safe. The dwarfs went to work, and into the forest walked an old woman collecting sticks. "She's selling nothing," said Snow White,"but I will still be careful." A knock at the door took Snow White to the window. "May I have a drink?" asked the old woman. "There's no harm in that," said Snow White. "Wait there." She handed a glass of water to the woman. "Would you like an apple?" asked the old woman. "No thank you," said Snow White. "They're lovely and ripe," said the woman. "Try some of mine." She cut a piece from the apple she was eating. 'It must be safe,' thought Snow White. 'She's eating the apple too.' The Queen had very cleverly poisoned just one half of the apple -- the half she cut of for Snow White. Snow White took one bite and fell, as if dead, onto the floor. The old woman turned back into the wicked Queen. "This time your friends won't be able to help you," laughed the Queen. "Good-bye!" The seven dwarfs returned from the mine to find Snow White lying on the floor. This time they couldn't revive her. Snow White was dead. They were very sad and they couldn't bear the thought of burying her in the ground, so they made a glass coffin and filled it with sweet-smelling flowers. They put it in a sunny glade in the forest, keeping guard over it day after day. Snow White seemed to be sleeping rather than dead. The Queen had spoken to her mirror and was once again the fairest in the land. One day a young Prince rode through the forest. He reached the glade and saw Snow White in her glass coffin. "She's beautiful," he said and he could think of nothing else but Snow White. "She is so beautiful," he said to the dwarfs. "May I take her with me. I promise I will always look after her." The dwarfs could see that the Prince meant it, and agreed. Just as the servants were lifting the glass coffin one of them tripped and jolted Snow White. It was enough to make the piece of apple fall out of her mouth. Within moments she was waking up. The Prince and the seven dwarfs were delighted. "Will you marry me?" asked the Prince. They prepared to return to his kingdom. Meanwhile, the wicked Queen was looking in her mirror. "You, Queen, are fair, but Snow White with her Prince is the fairest of all." The mirror showed the Queen a picture of the Prince with Snow White.

2019-09-05 12:44:31

而雨水节拉干爹,意取“雨露滋润易生长”之意。川西民间这天有个特定的拉干爹的场所。这天不管天晴下雨,要拉干爹的父母手提装好酒菜香蜡纸钱的篼篼、带着孩子在人群中穿来穿去找准干爹对象。如果希望孩子长大有知识就拉一个文人做干爹;如果孩子身体瘦弱就拉一个身材高大强壮的人作干爹。一旦有人被拉着当“干爹”,有的能挣掉就跑了,有的扯也扯不脱身,大多都会爽快的答应,也就认为这是别人信任自己,因而自己的命运也会好起来的。拉到后拉者连声叫道:“打个干亲家”,就摆好带来的下酒菜、焚香点蜡,叫孩子“快拜干爹,叩头”;“请干爹喝酒吃菜”,“请干亲家给娃娃取个名字”,拉保保就算成功了。分手后也有常年走动的称为“常年干亲家”,也有分手后就没有来往的叫“过路干亲家”。雨水节的另一个主要习俗则是女婿,女婿去给岳父岳母送节。送节的礼品则通常是两把藤椅,上面缠着一丈二尺长的红带,这称为“接寿”,意思是祝岳父岳母长命百岁。送节的另外一个典型礼品就是“罐罐肉”:用沙锅炖了猪脚和雪山大豆,海带,再用红纸,红绳封了罐口,给岳父岳母送去。这是对辛辛苦苦将女儿养育成人的岳父岳母表示感谢和敬意。如果是新婚女婿送节,岳父岳母还要回赠雨伞,让女婿出门奔波,能遮风挡雨,也有祝愿女婿人生旅途顺利平安的意思。

2019-11-11 04:50:08

春夜喜雨杜甫 唐好雨知时节,当春乃发生。随风潜入夜,润物细无声。野径云俱黑,江船火独明。晓看红湿处,花重锦官城。初春小雨韩愈 唐天街小雨润如酥,草色遥看近却无。最是一年春好处,绝胜烟柳满皇都。临安春雨初霁陆游 宋世味年来薄似纱,谁令骑马客京华。小楼一夜听春雨,深巷明朝卖杏花。矮纸斜行闲作草,晴窗细乳戏分茶。素衣莫起风尘叹,犹及清明可到家。夜雨寄北李商隐 唐君问归期未有期,巴山夜雨涨秋池。何当共剪西窗烛,却话巴山夜雨时。春雨李商隐 唐怅卧新春白袷衣,白门寥落意多违。红楼隔雨相望冷,珠箔飘灯独自归。远路应悲春晼晚,残霄犹得梦依稀。玉铛缄札何由达,万里云罗一雁飞。本回答被网友采纳

2019-11-11 04:40:08

有次,苏格拉底在街上行走,有人用棍子打他的背,痛得他无法站立而蹲下去,但很快的,他又若无其事的站起来。目睹整个经过的旁人,看见他没有任何的反应,好奇的问他:你挨打,为什么不还手?苏格拉底微笑地回答:当一只发野性的驴踢你时,你会还它一脚吗?

*萧伯纳年轻时喜欢骑单车,有一次跌断腿骨,他的女同学很体贴的照料他,萧伯纳担心自己意志不坚,会向这位女同学求婚,他决定溜走.可是不小心从楼梯上跌到楼梯下,两条腿都跌坏了结果他果然问她肯不肯跟自己结婚.当女同学点头时,萧伯纳昏了过去.

*一位女士对毛姆说:我和一位男士相处很久,可是不敢断定,我是不是爱上了他.这位名作家对恋爱的考验有非常独特的看法,他说:只有一个办法可以测验你是否真正爱上他,你愿意不愿意用他的牙刷刷牙

*有人问大仲马说:你为什么可以泰然步入晚年呢?他大不以为然地反驳说:我花尽了一生的时光才活到了今天.

*唐代名相房玄龄,未做官时,有一次患重病,对他太太卢氏说:我若病死,你不要守寡,要再嫁.卢氏到房内,挖出一只眼睛以示终身不改节.后来房玄龄病愈,一直升到宰相高位,始终对夫人极为尊敬.

*女小说家阿加撒.克里斯蒂的丈夫是个考古学家,有一次,在一个集会上有个朋友问他:像你这样富有想象力的女人,嫁给一个玩古物的人,你感觉如何?这位侦探小说家说:考古学家是最理想的丈夫,你想,愈是老的东西,他愈是喜欢.

*伏尔泰于一七二七年访问英国,他发现英国人非常仇视法国人,一群英国人向他怒吼:杀了他,把这个法国人吊死!伏尔泰说:英国人!你们因为我是法国人而要杀我.难到因为我不是英国人而受的惩罚还不够吗?英国人听了哈哈大笑,居然一路送他安返寓所。

*卓别麟能编,能导,能演,是不可多得的全能影人.有一次,他召开影片摄制会议,一只苍蝇在他四周绕着圈子飞.起初他用手打几下,没有打到,就要了一个苍蝇拍.会议进行中,他就握着苍蝇拍,摆出打苍蝇的姿态,眼睛狠狠地望着那苍蝇.可是打了三次,都没有打到.后来苍蝇就在他面前的桌上,他慢慢地拿起苍蝇拍,正要作死命一击时,忽然放下手中武器,让苍蝇飞走.旁边在座的人看了,就说:为什么你不把它打死?这位谐星耸了耸肩,说:这只不是方才那只!

*李白死后遗体葬在采石江头,往来诗人都在他墓上题诗.有人写了一首绝句:采石江边一坏土,李白诗名耀千古;来的去的写两行,鲁班门前掉大斧.

*欧阳修晚年,每天把生平所写的文字,加以修改,用心极苦.他的夫人叫他不要修改了,说:何必这样折磨自己?难道还怕老师责骂?欧阳修笑道:不怕先生骂,却怕后人笑.

*林肯有一次梦见自己参加集会.他走路时,众人就让出一条路来,让林肯走过.这时在一大群人中,有一个悄悄地说:他只不过是一个面貌平凡的人.林肯听了,就说:朋友,上帝喜欢面貌平凡的人,所以他生了许多面貌平凡的人.

*美国钢铁大王卡内基谈自己的成功秘诀:我以为我自己最大的优点,是能够鼓起人家的热忱.要叫人家能够尽心竭力,最好的办法是赏识他,赞美他,上司的指摘,是最容易消灭部署的信心的.我还没看见一个人,在被吹毛求癖时,能比在被赞赏时把事情办的更好.

*美国哈佛大学校长爱略华说:我觉得哈佛现在的确可以称为知识宝库.不过我在想,哈佛之能成为知识宝库,是由于大一新生带来了知识来,而大四毕业生却只带了一点点知识离校.

*德国名医寇杜斯有一次宴客,站在主人立场,他得把桌上的烤猪切开,分给宾客.他用刀先在烤猪胸部直剖一刀,接着又交叉地剖上一刀,然后把切碎了塞入猪肚中的香菇和其它填料,用快又卓越的手法拉出来.接着又从自己口袋里取出一只皮套,从皮套里抽出手术用针线,把割开的胸部缝起来.缝好后他就拍拍烤猪胸部,笑着对宾客说:只要小心调查,好好照顾他,不久就可以下地走路.

*美国哈佛大学名教授凯屈莱奇是研究莎士比亚的权威,有一次他在讲坛上教授莎士比亚课程不小心一脚踏空,跌到讲坛下面.他站起身来,气势巍峨对那些学生说:教了四十年书,这是我第一次跌落到听众一样的水平!

2020-01-13 09:53:00

儿童绘画在类型上大致分为:想象画、命题画、写生画、临摹画、图画日记、科幻画、记忆画、故事画。想象画:儿童根据自己的生活体验,由自己确定主题,自由地把所想到的或见到的事物充分地表达出来,称为想象画。命题画:在儿童感知周围事物的基础上,由他人出题目,儿童根据题目要求,表现有一定情节的画,称为命题画。写生画:直接以实物为对象进行描绘的画,称为写生画。写生画的对象有日常生活用品、自然风光、人物、动物和植物。临摹画:摹仿印刷品上或其它平面上作品的绘画,称作临摹画。图画日记:就是用绘画的形式定时记录身边的人或事。科幻画:想象关于未来的生活方式,并设计未来的使用工具。记忆画:记忆生活琐事,有感而画或者自己感兴趣的凭记忆画。故事画:讲有教育意义的故事,请孩子画出自己印象深的故事情节。也可以画出连续故事情节。 儿童画,由表面看来是不讲什么技法的,不讲“画理”、“画法”,逾越了透视、解剖、构图等一般常规,是非“学院”派的画派。在造型上儿童画常常不按物体的实际比例进行描绘,在表现形式方面如造型、色彩构图等也有其自己的特点。

2019-09-07 05:10:08
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