Hero's Journey Flow Map Exercise
Create a flow map to understand the stages of a hero's journey. Improve comprehension skills and use sources to identify each stage and sub-stage.
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1. Your Name Ms. Martin LA 3 ____Period 30 September 2013 Objective Bell work week 5 Monday We will determine the stages of the hero’s journey using a flow map. _________ We will show comprehension through reading skills. Get a piece of paper (construction or printer) and create a flow map to show the sequence of stages in the hero’s journey. Remember to include the frame around the map. -Guiding question: in what order should you sequence these things? -Frame of reference: what sources did you use to identify the stages and sub- stages? **prior knowledge is not a response, be more specific **Your first and last name and period must be on everything you turn in. I will no longer accept papers without it.
2. The Princess Bride: considering parody and the stages of the hero’s journey The Princess Bride Finish viewing parody of hero’s journey Review parody A comical piece of writing that mocks the characteristics of a specific literary form Quiz tomorrow -stages of the hero’s journey and Don Quixote Arthurian Legends Introduction How does Don Quixote parody the qualities of a knight?
3. Your Name Ms. Martin LA 5 6 th Period 30 September 2013 Objective Bell work week 5 Monday We will apply the appeals using statements. ___________ We will show comprehension through analytical skills. Write the following and then match the correct answers. 1. ____Doctors all over the world recommend this type of treatment. 2. ____If we don’t move soon, we’re all going to die! Can’t you see how dangerous it would be to stay. 3. ____In 25 years of the same route, I haven’t seen a single deer. A. Logos B. Ethos C. Pathos
4. AGENDA Homework check Have definitions on your desk. The Appeals New and improved notes for your improved understanding Application Groups evaluate statements and decide if logos, pathos, or ethos fits best -there are 11 statements for each appeal -pink for pathos, green for logos, and blue for ethos Background Read information in packet on Edwards