This pack explores a generic Egyptian passage written discussing the afterlife which provides great knowledge for your class as well as having a literacy focus. The Egyptian Cinderella. I print this unit as a fairy tale packet. This guided reading resource pack focuses on inverted commas and alternatives for ‘said’. Teaching Ideas from Unleashing Readers. Your children will create an advert to find who it belongs to, offering a reward and details about how to contact Amasis. Your children are encouraged to extend their vocabulary by taking different words from the story and identifying a word close to the context it is used. Rhodopis was stolen from her parents and sold as a slave. The Egyptian Cinderella. Sootface. Follows the T4W approach of immitation/innovation. by Rebecca Hickox and Will Hillenbrand. Once the children recognise and identify the similes, then can then write their own, using the same simile is a new context.Â. by Shirley Climo and Ruth Heller. We know the Egyptian girls wore clumsy sandals woven from papyrus and they were very jealous of Rhodopis’s new rose-red slippers. This lesson looks at popular leisure activities in Ancient Egyptian culture. It also looks at alphabetical order. For how is she to know that the slipper will land in the lap of the great Pharoah himself? In this Egyptian Cinderella lesson plan, students work in teams to produce their own videotape version of the story. A website created by teachers, for teachers! A 3-4 week unit based on the book ‘The Egyptian Cinderella’. The Golden Sandal: A Middle Eastern Cinderella Story. Most importantly, this site is for the use and enjoyment of all children, parents, guardians, carers and teachers who are involved in Key Stage 2 Literacy. Talk 4 Writing Ancient Egypt Cinderella Egyptians Teaching School Ideas Literacy Classroom English. Lesson includes a pdf version of the story of the Egyptian Cinderella, a paper where students rewrite their own fairy tale to take place in Ancient Egypt and directions for the teacher. Teaching Sparks added a new photo. 5 Resources. You can also give your class some of the pages from the book and they can identify the similes as a group task before giving them this resource. An upside down tale—two versions of the story, one on each side. I make a few pages with the fairy tale checklists and two pages of the Cinderella comparison shee 20. 3 Resources. Figure 3: Illustration from Cinderella of the Nile (Session Eight) 25 C o n t e n t s Additio n a l n o te s wh e n u sin g th is g u ida n ce : The teaching sequence provides detailed session by session guidance and should be referred to alongside the unit plan. Your children will look at how the author has made comparisons by using similes in the story. This No Prep Book Unit is based on Shirley Climo’s “The Egyptian Cinderella” and contains 43-pages of interactive, cross curricular and engaging activities – all standards-aligned. Cindy Ellen. In the second part of the activity, your class will identify the words spoken in the sentences but the characters and decide where to place the inverted commas. This is a brilliant activity to help your KS2 children improve their vocabulary whilst exploring The Egyptian Cinderella story. with mice and lizards and a big rat at her feet. Similar to the original, there was a Greek slave girl named Rhodopis who married the Pharaoh Amasis. Please use the resources/ideas as you need without replicating them for your own gains. by Robert D. San Souci and Daniel San Souci. This Cinderella tends turkeys for a living and yearns to go to the Dance of the Sacred Bird. Ask him to locate Egypt on a map of Africa and tell him that this fairy tale originated in this country. 3 Resources. We also compared the Egyptian version of Cinderella with the well-known Western version, originally written by Charles Perrault in 1697 and animated by Walt Disney in 1950. Although the tale is centuries old, it is interesting to discover that a few ideas viewers see in the film were actually rather prev… We have now two book packs linked to Ancient Egypt – Egyptian Cinderella and Secrets of a Sun … Clearly, times were different, especially in terms of gender norms and stereotypes.