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Beginning 100 Who does Cinderella live with? Who is her stepmother and two ugly stepsisters.
Beginning 200 Why were Cinderellas stepsisters jealous of her? What is her beauty
Beginning 300 Who were Cinderellas only friends? Who were the mice and birds
Beginning 400 Cinderella slaved bacause she believed one day her what would come true? What is dreams
Beginning 500 A dream is a wish your heart makes when your what? What is fast asleep
Middle 100 One day, an invitation arrived from whom? Who is the king
Middle 200 What was being held that night for the prince? What is a royal ball
Middle 300 Who was to attend the royal ball? What is all the young maiden in the kingdom
Middle 400 Cinderella was told she could attend after she finished what? What is all the chores
Middle 500 Cinderella was all ready for the royal ball until her stepsisters did what? What is tore her dress to pieces
Ending 100 Who saved Cinderellas night? Who is her fairy godmother
Ending 200 What were the magic words her fairy godmother sang? What is Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo
Ending 300 Cinderella had to be home by what time before things changed back? What is 12 midnight
Ending 400 What did Cinderella leave on the step at the royal ball? What is her glass shoe
Ending 500 How did the slipper fit Cinderellas foot ? What is perfectly
The King asked Cinderella and her family to a ball. Cinderella’s step-mother said Cinderella could not go.
CINDERELLA STEPMOTHER STEPSISTERS PRINCE FAIRY GODMOTHER.
Elements of Plot. Notes on Plot Definition - The sequence of events in a story. Plot involves characters and a central conflict.
Jacqueline M Myth and Legend project Mrs. Gennosa and Mr. Luff period 2 1.
Student Sample 6.4a,b,c,d. Stepmother – wicked, self-centered Stepsisters –selfish, unkind, impatient, spoiled Prince-patient, kind, perisitent.
Cinderella Story retold by Bev Evans Once upon a time there was a young girl called Cinderella Cinderellas stepmother made her scrub floors and keep.
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beautiful Cinderella had a beautiful gown. ( pleasant to look at )
Elements of Literature Every fiction piece contains the following important parts to make it a good story.
A Magical Event at Aston Hall Written and compiled by Fiona Mair. Sessions devised by Ailyse Hancock, and led by Fiona Mair and Ailyse Hancock. Costumes.
The true story of Cinderella A Fractured Fairy Tale.
Cinderella Once upon a time there was a little girl called Cinderella who lived with her Stepmother and Stepsisters.
Modulo 3 A digital storytelling Corsista Viale Maria Paola.
By Lyndsee Cooper. Cinderella loses her mother and her father remarries a mean woman with two daughters who are also mean Cinderella is forced to do all.
Facebook Cinderella WallPhotosFlairBoxesCinderellaLogout View photos of Cinderella (5) Send Cinderella a message Poke message Wall InfoPhotosBoxes Write.
Once upon a time there lived a beautiful girl, called Cinderella.
Unit 1 Short Story Plot. Plot Pyramid Terms Exposition Inciting Incident Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution Denouement.
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By The Brothers Grimm (1884) Cinderella Group Members: Billy Bob Texan, Justin North, and Allin West Date: 5/4/13.
What makes a good story?. Every good story has these elements: Setting Characters Conflict Point of View Theme.
Cinderella By Stephen Payton. Once upon a time..
Exposition Inciting Incident Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution Denouement.
Improve your reading speed and comprehension! Train your eyes to track across the screen and read chunks of sentences at a time. © 2014 Jacqueline Miller.
Going to the Ball Should Cinderella be allowed to go to the Ball? The time has arrived in the Land of Enchantment for all of the fair ladies to attend.
Plot Diagram and Short Story Elements “The Scarlet Ibis”
Past Tense 1. ed : learn--learned 2. e d: close--closed 3. +y y ied:study-- studied 4. +y ed: play-- played.
Country Name By your name. ____ is located on the continent of _______ Add a map of your country’s continent.
Once upon a time there lived an unhappy young girl. Her mother was dead and her father had married a widow with two daughters. Her stepmother didn't like.
Page 1. Page 2 Once upon a time, there was a little girl whose mother died and father married another lady. The lady had two daughters who asked the little.
CINDERELLA NA PODSTAWIE ADAPTACJI VIKTORII ATKINSON.
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Her life was very miserable
C oncept: Summarizing. P lan Ahead Strategies Summarizing “IVF” Topic Sentence Fact Outline Summarizing.
Long ago in the land of Egypt, there was a princess named Cleopatra. Everybody called her Cinderella though.
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The ABC's of Cinderella Using varied sentence patterns in writing. Canipe, Penny. "The ABCs of the Three Little Pigs." LEARN NC. Web. 22 Nov
Deanna Ferrante Period 7 Deanna Ferrante Period 7 Cinderella By Deanna Cinderella By Deanna.
SWBST Somebody Wanted But So Then. Example: “Cinderella” SOMEBODYWANTEDBUTSOTHEN Cinderellato go to the ball OR To be free her evil stepmother prohibited.
Alice in Wonderland Jack and the Beanstalk The Star Child Tom Thumb Goldilocks and Three Bears.
„Cinderella” „Kopciuszek”. You’re right, mum. I’m so beautiful too. I’m too perfect to work. Oh, I’m so unhappy. My life is so boring! I must go to work.
I can describe the character by using what they say, do, and think.
Grimm's Fairy Tale Cinderella. Once upon a time…: there lived an unhappy young girl.
By: Jeluishka Cinderella and the prince. CHAPTER 1 (CINDERELLA) Once upon a time there was a princess called Cinderella. She lived in this big palace.
Retold By Riya, Birtee, Zeba Sashrika and Kyra.
Facebook Cinderella is preparing for the Ball WallPhotosFlairBoxesCinderellaLogout View 5 photos of Cinderella Send Cinderella a message Poke message Wall.
Cinderella Created by: Valentimes Plot Diagram. The Plot Diagram ExpositionResolution/Denouement Climax/Turning Point Rising Action Falling Action.
Targeted Language Goals In 10 words or less, how would you define the goal for a level 2 high school class?
Plot Structure Narrative hook. STEP 1: GROUP LEADER job: review over each slide in the power point carefully by reading them out loud with your group.
Mrs. Searing 7 th Grade English Cinderella Stories.
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