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Cinderella stories from around the world!

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  1. Cinderella stories from around the world!

  2. Introduction Introduction TaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page Cinderella, Cinderella…. We have all read the traditional tale of Cinderella. Have you ever thought about what Cinderella stories from different countries are like? Have you ever heard of a Cinderella story with a boy as the main character? In this project you will be reading different Cinderella stories and learning more about the countries they came from.

  3. Task You will be in a group of three. As a group, you will read five Cinderella stories from the twenty along the blackboard ledge. As you read each story, you will complete a character map and a compare/contrast sheet. You will complete several activities as the project goes along, including research. As a culminating activity, you will write a compare and contrast paper between TWO of the stories you read. Introduction TaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

  4. Process • You will be given a cooperative learning group of three to work with. Earlier we discussed gender stereotypes, what a fairy tale consists of, and looked over a world map. Also, we have already read the traditional Cinderella story. 2. With your group, choose one book. This will be “story 1.” 3. Look at your compare/contrast sheet. Fill the first blank with the title of “story 1” on it. You will be filling in all the information for this row. Introduction TaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

  5. Process 2 – Five stories • Next, look at the character map sheet. You will complete one entire page for “story 1.” • 5. When you are done with “story 1” return the book and choose a new book which will be your “story 2.” As you read remember to complete both sheets. • 6. You will repeat this process for each of the FIVE stories you will be reading. Introduction TaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

  6. Process 3 - Research • Now you have all read 5 stories. Choose TWO that you truly liked. Click on the following link and print one copy. • Research Outline • 8. Each Cinderella story comes from a different country or culture. • 9. Use the sheet you just printed and click on the • “Resources” button to research the two countries/cultures you chose from your TWO Cinderella stories. Introduction TaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

  7. Process 4 - Paper • 10. You have finished researching! Now you will complete a graphic organizer for your compare/contrast paper. • Click on the following link and print one copy. _______________ • 12. Use this printed sheet to fill in the information about your two Cinderella stories. • 13. Compile all the information you found from your research and your graphic organizer to write your compare/contrast paper. • 14. Type it using Microsoft Word. Introduction TaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

  8. Resources Cambodia • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambodia#Naming • http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/cb.html Egypt • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egypt • http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/eg.html Persia/Iran • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persia • http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/ir.html Zuni • http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/cultural/northamerica/zuni.html • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zuni Introduction TaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

  9. Resources 2 Rough-face girl – Algonquin indians • http://www.geocities.com/bigorrin/algonquin_kids.htm Mexico • http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/mx.html • http://www.elbalero.gob.mx/index_kids.html Gift of the crocodile – spice islands part of Indonesia • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spice_Islands • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moluccas Sootface – Ojibwa • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ojibwa • http://www.geocities.com/bigorrin/chippewa_kids.htm • http://members.aol.com/donnclass/ojibwa.html Korea- • http://www.asiaeducation.edu.au/korea/kids.htm Introduction TaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

  10. Evaluation Introduction TaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

  11. Evaluation - Paper

  12. Conclusion Congrats on completing the Cinderella project! Hopefully you have learned more about the different countries you researched and realized that Cinderella is told in many different countries in various ways. Introduction TaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

  13. Teacher’s Page Cinderella Stories from Around The World Bibliography created by the Schaumburg Township District Library Introduction TaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

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  17. Teacher’s Page 5 Male Main Characters • Cole, Babette. Prince Cinders • Takayama, Sandi. Sumorella: A Hawaii Cinderella Story • Climo, Shirley. The Irish Cinderlad Introduction TaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page