FC: Kacey Nicayenzi, Madeleine Garcia, Sharon Choi
1: VS | Korean Cinderella | Egyptian Cinderella
2: Q7: How does literature demonstrate the similarities and differences of cultures?
3: There are six kinds of children's books. Picture books, poetry, traditional literature, fiction, biography, and informational books. | Fairy tales were actually poetry for children. They wrote this literature to help children behave, and to help teach subjects as reading, history, and science. Children's literature helped understand, and introduce readers the wonders of science, and the art of beauty.
4: Government: South Korea has a republic government. The people elect a president for a five year term. South Korea's legislative council has 273 members. Their capital is Seoul. | Way Of Life: A lot of Koreans use to live in small villages, and work on farms. Japan brought industries to Korean cities.
5: Music: For entertainment Koreans listened or played the Koto. Traditional Korean music was played with musical instruments we have today, like flutes, and drums. Clothing: Most Southern Koreans wore regular clothing, like us. Long ago everybody wore traditional clothing, it was called Hambok. | Art: Early Korean artists changed with the influence of Chinese art, and the teaching of Buddhism. The most popular types of art were about the "Love of Nature." Today they have different kinds of art forms such as Western art forms.
6: Writing: Ancient Egypt had a old form of writing called, hieroglyphics. Hieroglyphics is a type of writing that showed symbols telling daily life of an Ancient Egyptian. | Achievements Ancient Egypt was the first place in the world to have a civilization. They invented the first kind of paper made from papyrus. They contributed to a efficient government, a form of math, and the 365-day calender. Life The Nile River to this day is the main use of transportation. Ancient Egyptians mostly ate bread, beer, and vegetables. Egyptians usually dressed in linen.
7: Egyptians People of Ancient Egypt used to make houses with mud brick. The people who did, lived in the village or the country. Most Egyptians worked as farmers, field hands, craftsman, and scribes. | EXTRA FACTS The longest river in the world is the, Nile River, and is flooded yearly and it's good for the plants. It helps the crops grow and helps harvest.
8: Korea's Side In this story Pear Blossom has an ox fairy-godmother. Pear Blossom dropped her shoe in the water. Her step mom and sister hated Pear Blossom. In this story Pear blossom had to bring food from home to the village festival.
9: Egypt's Side In this story Rhodopis's fairy-god mother is a hippo. As Rhodopis dropped her shoe, a bird got it and give it to the Pharaoh. Everybody in her village but for her master hate her. In this story Rhodopis was left behind as the servant girls were going to Mumphis, for court.
10: Similarties At the end of each story, they both become a princess. Both of their fairy-god mothers were animals. They both have evil people in their lives. Pear Blossom and Rhodopis both were servants. In both the stories the servants disagreed about the idea that the prince choosing to marry Pear Blossom and Rhodopis.
11: In Conclusion. . . | -- In both stories, '' The Korean Cinderella and ""''The Egyptian Cinderella'' have many things in this story about their culture. | -- In each of their stories they both have similarities and differences from the book. | -- From their countries Korea and Egypt both have things in common in different ways. | Judgements... | -- We learned so much about the two cultures Korea, and Egypt like their clothing, and forms of writing. -- We learned how two countries cultures can be put into a story. -- Their two different cultures can be so fascinating to learn, read, and look up.
12: Bibliography - Cech, John. "Literature for children." World Book Advanced. World Book, 2011. Web. 13 Apr. 2011. -Egyptian Life. April 14, 2011
13: A Special Thanks To: | Mrs. Moreno For All Her Help!!