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The Greek warrior Odysseus
A hero protector
Activity Make a list of “heroes”
Our ideals define who we are We define our ideals by the heroes we choose
Activity List the traits you think a hero should have
BRAVERY LEADERSHIP Ability to provide solutions to the problems in society
SMART STRONG RESILIENT SELFLESS CARING CHARISMATIC RELIABLE 8 Traits of “Heroes” listed by various people
Who is a Hero? “Any person who takes action on behalf of others for a moral cause, aware of possible risks and costs and without expectation of gain."
A GIRL, A BOY, or A HERO ?
Most heroes are ordinary people
Can YOU become a hero?
Study the greats Walk the talk Listen for the call Look for opportunities Do random acts of kindness Volunteer your: time/talent/treasure
1. Study the Greats
2. Be the Change You Want to See in the World
3. Listen for the Call All heroes in world literature are “called” on a heroic journey Joseph Campbell
4. Look for Opportunities All of us are potential heroes waiting for the right moment to fulfill that potential Phil Zimbardo
I’m a hero in waiting, and I’m waiting for the right situation to come along when I can act heroically.
5. Do Random Acts of Kindness
Your time Your talent Your treasures
Epic. Quick Quiz 1 for strongly agree to 4 strongly disagree Society needs heroes. It is important to understand the relationship between a literary text.
A larger than life figure who is of great historical or legendary significance. He possesses certain qualities.
The Odyssey Prompt 1 Odysseus is considered to be a hero in trouble. What does this mean? What are several traits of heroes? Why is Odysseus considered.
Epic Heroes What it takes to have an epic story written about your life.
ARCHETYPES Introduction to Beowulf and the Epic Hero.
Journal Feb 25 & 26 List five to ten life lessons that can be learned from the poem “Beowulf. Give a brief explanation of each lesson and how we learn.
Page 1 This is page one. I’m talking about it now….
Which mindset do you and your students have? Fixed mindset Believe that their basic qualities, e.g. intelligence or talent are fixed Spend their time documenting.
Beowulf The first great work of the English national literature.
Do Now: What is a hero? Create a definition of “hero”. Make a list of all the traits a hero must have. What makes a hero different from everyone else?
What is an archetype? Give an example of the following archetypes: Trickster Goofy BFF Reluctant Hero Wise Counselor Damsel in Distress
THE HEROIC CYCLE Development of Joseph Campbell. WHAT HEROES TEACH US Heroes go on quests which help readers to understand their own journey through life.
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Hero’s Journey 12 Steps. Basic Idea The Hero’s Journey is a term coined by famed mythology professor Joseph Campbell in his book, “The Man With A Thousand.
The Hero The Anti -Hero. Traditionally in literature a hero is a character who possesses a strong moral fiber. This is a character that seems to always.
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Beowulf Names and Places Say ‘em, Learn ‘em, Love ‘em.
The Epic Hero Essential Question: What is an epic?
Beowulf A brief introduction…. Historical Background Oldest English epic century Only one manuscript exists, written c Setting: 5th.
IDOLS AND CELEBRITIES 1. positive and negative qualities of people, important values in our life 2. idols of young generation, my idol 3. heroes in everyday.
Social Construction of Reality Peter Berger and Thomas Luckman Theory that assumes that understanding, significance and meaning are created not within.
Anglo-Saxon poetry The Epic. 1. Main Features Eminently didactic – the hero’s deeds are examples to follow. Alliteration. Preserved and transmitted orally.
IMT 500: The Information Management Framework Autumn Quarter, 2012.
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Based on the work of Joseph Campbell. The protagonist is separated from the known and steps into the unknown.
Beowulf The Epic Hero. On Beowulf Beowulf is the only full length epic in any of the old Germanic languages. Beowulf is the only full length epic in any.
ACTIVATOR: BRAINSTORM CAROUSEL INSTRUCTIONS : There will be four paper plates circulating throughout the classroom with the word “hero” written in their.
Awakening the Youth of ‘Middle India’ Tata Jagriti Yatra targets youth of ‘Middle India’ to recognise their own potential by showcasing Enterprise.
The Hero’s Cycle and Traditional Journey Narratives.
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Epic / Epic Hero Notes Mrs. Corbett 9 th English.
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Odious Odysseus “He could be your hero, baby…”. Is Odysseus a hero? Fidelity vs. Socially Permissible Actions Heroic Deeds vs. Divine Assistance Leadership.
Idols and celebrities. An ideal person does not exist Every individual has positive and negative traits.
The Hero’s Journey is a pattern of narrative identified by the American scholar Joseph Campbell that appears in drama, storytelling, myth, religious.
The epic hero cycle The Odyssey. Review What is an epic?
English 1 Mr. Briggs’ Classes Wed./Thurs &
Beowulf and the Epic Hero. Beowulf 1 st great work of English literature A heroic epic Composed in northeast England around ce Oral tradition.
We have the habit of living in the past memories and future expectations, rarely do we live in the present. Mindfulness is the key to living in the present.
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Anglo-Saxon Poetry. Mead-Hall A place where the lord and his followers shared fire, food, drink and entertainment. SYMBOL = Home.
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