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RL.8.9 – I can analyze howmodern works of literature drawon themes from myths, traditionalstories, or religious works.
•   The Hobbit            • The Never Ending•   Harry Potter            Story•   The Hunger Games      • A Wrinkle in Time...
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Hero’s environment, personal history, and something that is causingstress                                                 ...
The hero must face the beginnings of change                                              5
Character may turn away (even briefly) or may express uncertainty                                                         ...
Hero meets an experienced traveler who gives training, advice, etc., orthe character finds courage from within.           ...
Hero enters a new place with unfamiliar rules and values.                                                            8
Hero is tested and sort out allies and enemies.                                                  9
Hero prepares for major challenge.                                     10
Hero confronts death or faces his greatest fear.                                                   11
Hero takes possession of the treasure by facing death. There may be acelebration, but also danger of losing the treasure a...
The hero is severely tested once more, he or she is purified by one lastsacrifice, one more moment of death, but on a high...
The Hero must complete the journey to make sure the treasure isbrought home                                               ...
Hero returns home or continues the journey, carrying some part of thetreasure that has the power to transform the world.  ...
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The hero’s journey

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The hero’s journey

  1. 1. RL.8.9 – I can analyze howmodern works of literature drawon themes from myths, traditionalstories, or religious works.
  2. 2. • The Hobbit • The Never Ending• Harry Potter Story• The Hunger Games • A Wrinkle in Time• Alice in Wonderland • The Chronicles of• The Golden Compass Narnia• The Wizard of Oz • Star Wars• Eragon • The Gladiator• The Lion King • Spiderman• The Odyssey • The Lord of the Rings • Shrek • Watership Down 2
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  4. 4. Hero’s environment, personal history, and something that is causingstress 4
  5. 5. The hero must face the beginnings of change 5
  6. 6. Character may turn away (even briefly) or may express uncertainty 6
  7. 7. Hero meets an experienced traveler who gives training, advice, etc., orthe character finds courage from within. 7
  8. 8. Hero enters a new place with unfamiliar rules and values. 8
  9. 9. Hero is tested and sort out allies and enemies. 9
  10. 10. Hero prepares for major challenge. 10
  11. 11. Hero confronts death or faces his greatest fear. 11
  12. 12. Hero takes possession of the treasure by facing death. There may be acelebration, but also danger of losing the treasure again 12
  13. 13. The hero is severely tested once more, he or she is purified by one lastsacrifice, one more moment of death, but on a higher and morecomplete level. 13
  14. 14. The Hero must complete the journey to make sure the treasure isbrought home 14
  15. 15. Hero returns home or continues the journey, carrying some part of thetreasure that has the power to transform the world. 15

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