I'm guessing that you haven't lived in America for very long. The purpose of a folklore, tales, or fable is to pass history and life lessons from one generation to another. No one is perfect, that is for certain.
This translates into "dumbing down" the lessons more than necessary. Challenge students beyond their comfort zone. I felt very regret for never apologize to her for the argument that we had and all the strong words that I had said to her.
The stories that children hear today are about good and evil, and that life is not always fair but good things will happen in the end. In my case, I probably really still tend to reinvent the wheel too much, but when I do use resources other professors have made, I always look at several similar sources and combine the best parts of each and my own take to make something new.
It happened one fall afternoon during lunch break at school.
Yes, as I have said before, it is a daunting task to learn all lessons of our life because we tend to forget them. But, I have learned many lessons from these mistakes.