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Cinderella Story Elements UBC Storytelling
Transcript of Cinderella Story Elements UBC Storytelling
BASIC Story Archetypes:
7 Story Elements & 'How-to' Demo of Prezi
CINDERELLA - A Classic Story ARCHETYPE"
A fun, quick look at
The Setting of the story tells WHERE and
WHEN the story takes place.
Each story has a hero (protagonist) and a villain (anatagonist). Supporting characters
flesh out the story either for or against the
What is the
element of "CONFLICT"
in the story?
The Climax occurs when the CONFLICT is resolved. It is the TURNING POINT of the story where either the hero or the antagonist wins.
UBC StoryTelling Class 2013
The Exposition describes the background, circumstances and how the character got to be in the situation. It is called the BACKSTORY
This is a fairy tale
taking place in the world of imagination
Cinderella - Hero
The Evil Step-Mother
is 'ugly' with a selfish and self-centered demeanor. She doesn't like Cinderella.
The actual Cinderella Castle was based on real life Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany
Cinderella is the 'hero'.
She has a good heart in spite
of her step-mother's cruelty.
Cinderella lost her mother at a young age
and her father remarried hoping to give Cinderella a family...but he died and
Cinderella was left alone with her step-mother and two evil step-sisters.
The evil step-sisters are named Anastasia & Drisella. They are very wicked toward Cinderella.
or specific events in the story
that move it along
Do you remember the names of the evil stepsisters?
The resolution ties up and loose
ends and we learn what happens to some of the main characters.
In Cinderella's case, she married the Prince, forgave her evil step-mother and sisters and lived HAPPILY EVER AFTER
( This point is where the plot really begins here)
The Courtier arrives with invitation to go the ball
Stepmother Tells Cinderella that she may go to the Ball but only when she is done her chores.
Cinderella arrives to the BALL
Cinderella LEAVES the ball at midnight
She flees but accidentally drops her glass slipper.
Scene 2: CONFLICT
Scene 3: MENTOR
Scene 1: Beginning (Intro)
Scene 7 : CLIMAX
Prince arrives and fits the glass slipper on Cinderella's foot to the amazement of her evil family.
Cinderella MARRIES the Prince
They live HAPPILY EVER AFTER
Fairy Godmother pops out of nowhere and does her MAGIC!
The Prince finds Cinderella's GLASS SLIPPER
The Prince arrives and fits glass slipper on Cinderella's foot
A pure heart
Evil Step-Mother - Villain
It just won't fit!!!
But it fits Cinderella!
but what ever happened to....???
from Cool Mouse
Media (in partnership with Godmother Productions)
The Conflict is the problem that occurs between the hero and something or someone in opposition. The "movement" towards a solution is what drives the narrative forward, and is what occupies most of the protagonist's time
Cinderella is so full of cinders!
we do not like her!
Cinderella is not treated well in her home by her Evil Stepmother and sisters
1) Mind map first
2) Group your thoughts
3) Draw a storyboard on PAPER
4) THEN create slides in Prezi
Interior & Exterior
Other scenes also take place inside the buildings and in other areas of the environment.
Step Mother's House
The Crop Field
The Castle Ball Room
She turns the mice into
She turns the pumpkin
into a carriage
She turns the lizard
into a coachman
I love this girl! Who is she?
I must FIND and
Evil Step-Sisters - Fools + Villains
Archetypical references provide the basic rules of storytelling. As your own stories evolve, learn to simplify. Building a story touches on all 7 points.
Created by Juliana Loh
UBC Digital Storytelling 2013
Answer these Questions FIRST:
1) Why am I doing this project?
2) what is my objective?
3) who is my audience?
4) is the media platform appropriate?
4 KINDS of CONFLICTS
1) us against others (ex. Cinderella vs StepMother)
2) us against ourselves (doubt, fear)
3) us against nature (hurricane, flood)
4) us against society
(Single slide + groupings in Prezi)
Note: I used an invisible frame
to surround the Fairy Godmother instead of a circle or square sha
Please divide your story ideas into CLEAR sequential chunks. Mindmap and /or storyboard
your ideas first. We will do this in-class.