Presentation on theme: "Make sure you have a Hero’s Journey outline stapled to the A side"— Presentation transcript:
1 Make sure you have a Hero’s Journey outline stapled to the A side Do NOWTake out your journals and label the next A and B side : F451 Hero’s JourneyMake sure you have a Hero’s Journey outline stapled to the A sideBlue Bucket
2 Learning TargetsI can analyze how the Hero’s Journey Archetype provides a framework for understanding the actions of the protagonist by completing a Hero’s Journey outline.
3 Review on Hero’s Journey What do you remember about The Departure stage in the Hero’s Journey?Step 1: refusal of the callStep 2: refusal of the callStep 3: The beginning of the adventureWhat do you remember about the Initiation Stage?Step 4: Road of TrailsStep 5: Experience with Unconditional LoveStep 6: Ultimate Boon
4 Hero’s Journey archetype As you read through the next chunk of the story, create a Hero’s Journey outline in your notebook for Guy Montag. Mark the page number where you think that step begins as your evidence.Look back at your old notes to be reminded of the steps.Your goal for today is to get through the departure stage.
5 Expository Paragraph practice Explain the beginning of the protagonist’s journey using the first three steps (first stage) to guide your explanation.Be sure to:Establish a clear controlling central idea in your topic sentence.Develop your ideas with relevant evidence (including AT LEAST one direct quotation, if you paraphrase other evidence you still MUST cite it )Use TLQC- transition word to communicate relationships between the three steps, Lead-in (context), quote and the citation.Use the active voice rather than the passive voice. See notes for reminders.
6 Expository Essay format Central Idea = Topic + Author’s opinionC = Central Idea (In Bradbury’s F451 his protagonist Guy Montag begins a Hero’s JourneyE = Call to adventureR = Explain this step in the hero’s JourneyR = Relate this step to MontagE = RefusalRE = Beginning of the AdventureC = Restate topic sentence
7 Take out your Fahrenheit 451 book. Do NOWTake out your Fahrenheit 451 book.Take out your Journal (notes from yesterday)
8 Who do you think is Montag’s foil in the story? Why? Other CharactersWho do you think is Montag’s foil in the story? Why?Who or what do you think is the antagonist of the story? Think about what type of conflict is happening in the story.Create a level 2 and a level 3 question about Montag’s hero’s journey for your seminar this week.
9 Hero’s Journey archetype As you read through the next chunk of the story, create a Hero’s Journey outline in your notebook for Guy Montag. Mark the page number where you think that step begins as your evidence.Create another set of level 2 and level 3 questions about Montag’s hero’s journey for your seminar this week.Your goal for today is to get through the Road of trials. If you are page 88, you may continue adding what you think the rest of the Initiation stage is.
10 Socratic questionsHow does Ray Bradbury use specific lines of dialogue, or other methods of characterization and development, to provoke the protagonist to make the decision to reject his dystopian society?What would happen if another character was the hero in the story? How might our perspective of the conflict change?