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Background For Teachers:
Assign groups of children to read one of the Cinderella fairy tales that has been read during this unit. As they read, they can look for the different elements contained in the matrix.
Post Reading Activities:
Strategies For Diverse Learners:
Write a poem about a character from the story Cinderella. Here is an example of a limerick:
There once was a girl - Cinderella
Students can create a newspaper, which contains who- what- when- where- why news stories as well as personality profiles, editorials, a "lost and found" section and various classified ads. Examples of titles of stories or ads:
Make a list of traditions, foods, customs, and type of clothing, houses and geographical features that are found in the cultures of each story.
After reading various Cinderella stories, locate each country of origin on a map.
Students may choose a country from one of the different versions and use research and writing skills to write a paper about that country. They could also use this info to make a Power Point.
Label a map showing the different countries in which the Cinderella story can be found.
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