Social Studies Project

Updated: 2/12/2021
Social Studies Project

Storyboard Text

  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • We don't respect you
  • Rising Action
  • You have no power. Go away
  • This pharaoh's name is Hatsheput. Hatsheput was one of the greatest female pharaoh in Ancient Egypt. Instead of war she focused on trade and diplomacy. But she was dressed as a man.
  • Climax
  • Hatsheput was not a real pharaoh
  • One conflict that was majorly important was when people found out that Hatsheput was a woman and not a man. People didn't respect her.
  • Falling Action
  • Hatsheput was on the best pharaohs in Ancient Egypt
  • People didn't respect her and didn't believe she had enough power. Men didn't believe that woman shouldn't be able to be a pharaoh only men could.
  • Resolution
  • She focused on things like trade and diplomacy
  • After Hatsheput died someone destroyed her tombstone. It's been said that once you destroy someone's tombstone their soul is lost in the afterlife.
  • Centuries later historians later realized that Hatsheput was an amazing pharaoh and she really made a difference.
  • People later talk about the great accomplishments that Hatsheput did as a pharaoh and she also focused on diplomacy and trade.