by: Jenniffer Twu, Toronto, Ontario
Be brave, be strong, and most importantly, be you.
quote by: Marina A., 4th Grade, The Out-of-Door Academy, Sarasota, Florida
teacher: Martha Gulacsy
My cousins, two boys ages 3 and 4, were in a sea of little girls in ballet class. They were different and even at a young age, they felt awkward dancing. But the girls welcomed them with delight. Years later, one became a graphic artist and the other one never stopped dancing. One could have given up early or never start at all. Just because you're different, it does not have to stop you from doing new things. In the end, you just might succeed!
Hero’s Journey (1 Class Period)
Textbook Connection: Springboard 8th Grade, Collections 9th Grade
Standards: LAFS RL.1.2, LAFS RL.2.5, LAFS W.1.3, LAFS W.2.4, LAFS SL 1.1, LAFS SL 1.2, LAFS L 1.1, LAFS L 1.2
Coined by Joseph Campbell in 1949, the Hero’s Journey explains the monomyth of the Hero’s Journey archetype. This lesson incorporates the three stages and subsequent steps of the Hero’s Journey.
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