Infographic: Hero's Journey

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Joseph Campbell described the Hero's Journey in stories. Many movies have used this concept. Like Star Wars, Lion King. http://www.linkedin.com/pulse/leaders-how-get-your-mojo-back-ivonne-teoh

Joseph Campbell’s 17 Stages of the Hero’s Journey

Joseph Campbell described the Hero's Journey in stories. Many movies have used this concept. Like Star Wars, Lion King. http://www.linkedin.com/pulse/leaders-how-get-your-mojo-back-ivonne-teoh

This blogger nails the criticism of Campbell's monomyth in writing. The problem is not Campbell, but that his profound exploration of the human experience has been degraded into a "cookbook" for writing fiction. Critics who don't understand this are too lazy or too myopic to understand the monomyth's power and scope. Criticism is easy; true understanding is not.

Deconstructing the Heroic

This blogger nails the criticism of Campbell's monomyth in writing. The problem is not Campbell, but that his profound exploration of the human experience has been degraded into a "cookbook" for writing fiction. Critics who don't understand this are too lazy or too myopic to understand the monomyth's power and scope. Criticism is easy; true understanding is not.

Glenda Funk's lesson: '"A Hero Ain't Nothing but a Sandwich": Imagining and Inventing an "Epic" Hero' Objective: SWBAT use the hero monomyth as inspiration for creating an "epic" hero project. Big Idea: We all have personal heroes and ideas about heroes whether from personal experience or pop culture.

"A Hero Ain't Nothing but a Sandwich": Imagining and Inventing an "Epic" Hero

Glenda Funk's lesson: '"A Hero Ain't Nothing but a Sandwich": Imagining and Inventing an "Epic" Hero' Objective: SWBAT use the hero monomyth as inspiration for creating an "epic" hero project. Big Idea: We all have personal heroes and ideas about heroes whether from personal experience or pop culture.

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