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2 Introduction Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher PageTaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher 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 Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher PageTaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

4 Process Introduction Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher PageTaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page 1.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.

5 Process 2 – Five stories Introduction Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher PageTaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page 4.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.

6 Process 3 - Research Introduction Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher PageTaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page 7.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.

7 Process 4 - Paper Introduction Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher PageTaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page 10. You have finished researching! Now you will complete a graphic organizer for your compare/contrast paper. 11.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.

8 Resources Cambodia Egypt Persia/Iran Zuni Introduction Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher PageTaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

9 Resources 2 Rough-face girl – Algonquin indians Mexico Gift of the crocodile – spice islands part of Indonesia Sootface – Ojibwa Korea- Introduction Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher PageTaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

10 Evaluation PROCESS ExcellentVery Good Fair Completed all work on time 4321 Worked cooperatively 4321 Stayed on task4321 Used computer and books as resource 4321 Wrote clear and detailed information 4321 Introduction Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher PageTaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

11 Evaluation - Paper 4321 Graphic Organizer Graphic organizer or outline has been completed and shows clear, logical relationships between all topics and subtopics. Graphic organizer or outline has been completed and shows clear, logical relationships between most topics and subtopics. Graphic organizer or outline has been started and includes some topics and subtopics. Graphic organizer or outline has not been attempted. First Draft Detailed draft is neatly presented and includes all required information. Draft includes all required information and is legible. Draft includes most required information and is legible. Draft is missing required information and is difficult to read. Paragraph Construction All paragraphs include introductory sentence, explanations or details, and concluding sentence. Most paragraphs include introductory sentence, explanations or details, and concluding sentence. Paragraphs included related information but were typically not constructed well. Paragraphing structure was not clear and sentences were not typically related within the paragraphs. Mechanics No grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors. Almost no grammatical, spelling or punctuation errors A few grammatical spelling, or punctuation errors. Many grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors.

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 Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher PageTaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

13 Teacher’s Page Cinderella Stories from Around The World Bibliography created by the Schaumburg Township District Library SIERRA, J. Cinderella by Judy Sierra HOLLENBECK, K. Teaching with Cinderella Stories from Around the World by Kathleen M. Hollenbeck FRANCE PERRAULT, C. Cinderella by Charles Perrault; translated by Anthea Bell FRANCE PERRAULT, C Cinderella: the Little Glass Slipper by Charles Perrault; with pictures by Marcia Brown FRANCE CRAFT, K Cinderella illustrated by K.Y. Craft FRANCE SANDERSON, R. Cinderella retold and illustrated by Ruth Sanderson FRANCE WILLARD, N. Cinderella’s Dress by Nancy Willard FRANCE ELLWAND, D. Cinderlily: a Floral Fairy Tale in Three Acts directed, designed, and choreographed by David Ellwand IRELAND DALY, J. Fair, Brown & Trembling: an Irish Cinderella Story by Jude Daly. Introduction Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher PageTaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

14 Teacher’s Page CAMBODIA COBURN, J. Angkat: the Cambodian Cinderella by Jewell Reinhart Coburn CHINA LOUIE, A. Yeh-Shen: a Cinderella Story from China retold by Ai-Ling Louie; illustrated by Ed Young CHINA WILSON, B Wishbones: a Folk Tale from China retold by Barbara Ker Wilson INDIA MEHTA, L. Anklet for a Princess: a Cinderella Story from India by Lila Mehta INDONESIA SIERRA, J. The Gift of the Crocodile: a Cinderella Story by Judy Sierra IRAN CLIMO, S. The Persian Cinderella by Shirley Climo IRAQ HICKOX, R. The Golden Sandal: a Middle Eastern Cinderella by Rebecca Hickox KOREA CLIMO, S. The Korean Cinderella by Shirley Climo. Introduction Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher PageTaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

15 Teacher’s Page KOREA HAN, O. Kongi and Potgi: a Cinderella Story from Korea adapted by Oki S. Han EGYPT CLIMO, S The Egyptian Cinderella by Shirley Climo SOUTH AFRICA PHUMLA Nomi and the Magic Fish: a Story from Africa by Phumla CARIBBEAN SANSOUCI, R. Cendrillon: a Caribbean Cinderella by Robert D. San Souci MEXICO COBURN, J. Domitila: a Cinderella Tale from the Mexican Tradition adapted by Jewell Reinhart Coburn MEXICO DEPAOLA, T. Adelita: a Mexican Cinderella Story by Tomie dePaola NATIVE AMERICAN POLLOCK, P. The Turkey Girl: a Zuni Cinderella Story retold by Penny Pollock; illustrated by Ed Young NATIVE AMERICAN SANSOUCI, R Sootface: an Ojibwa Cinderella Story retold by Robert D. San Souci. Introduction Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher PageTaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

16 Teacher’s Page UNITED STATES COMPTON, J Ashpet: an Appalachian Tale retold by Joanne Compton UNITED STATES SCHROEDER, A. Smoky Mountain Rose: an Appalachian Cinderella by Alan Schroeder UNITED STATES THOMAS, J. The Gospel Cinderella by Joyce Carol Thomas GLE Cinderella dramatized by William Glennon. 811 WHIPPLE, L. If the Shoe fits: Voices from Cinderella by Laura Whipple. Introduction Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher PageTaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page

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 Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher PageTaskProcessResourcesEvaluationConclusionTeacher Page


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