Goldilocks and the Three Bears
I created the Scratch animation "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" as my response to a project to create an interactive ethical story. An ethical story is a debate between two moral ideas, where two sides can argue about what's wrong or right. It's any situation in which guiding moral concepts cannot determine which course of action is right or wrong.
My story is about a little girl (Goldilocks) who is gathering berries in the forest for her mother's famous Berry Pie. When she sees a little house in the forest, she can't help but go inside. She sees the three bowls of porridge on the table and tasted some from each bowl. The big bowl was too hot, the medium-sized bowl was too cold, but the smallest bowl was just right.
The she saw three chairs and decided to sit down. The big chair was too hard, the medium-sized chair was too soft, but the little chair was just right. Next, she went in the next room and found the beds. The big bed was too hard, the medium-sized bed was too soft, but the little bed was just right, and Goldilocks fell last asleep. Just then, the three bears came home to find their house in a mess. Then they went into the next room and found Goldilocks asleep in baby bear's bed. Decision 1: When she awoke, she was so frightened she ran out of the bear's house and didn't stop running until she got home. Decision 2: Goldilocks was deep in sleep, and didn't wake up when the Bears came inside the room. When she did, she started screaming and made a run for the door. But Father bear stopped her. He wanted to give her a punishment. So he discussed the problem with Mother Bear. They decided on keeping Goldilocks a maid for the rest of her live. Right away Papa Bear instructed Goldilocks to clean the mess she created. She quickly scurried to the kitchen and started cleaning her mess. And this is how Goldilocks lived for the rest of her life.
My story was inspired by my childhood. Since I was a little girl my parents always told me many famous Fairy Tales. My favorite one was Goldilocks and the Three Bears written by Robert Southey. This was such an important experience that influenced to who I am today. Even though I now don't read Fairy tales, I know one thing for sure they will always be in my heart.
I think I was successful in creating my story because I followed all the requirements. I managed my time carefully. To not waste time, I didn't draw the backgrounds and sprites. Instead I downloaded pictures that weren't copyrighted from Google. I also created an ethical dilemma animation that had an interactive element. My animation had two possible choices, which had two distinct endings. I hope you enjoy!!!!!!!!!!