Teachers’ Notes for the Hero’s Journey IntroductionTeachers’ Notes for the Hero’s Journey Introduction
The purpose of learning about the hero’s journey is to give students insight into the story arc of the Hero’s Journey and into the character arc of the Hero. This insight will help students analyse novels and films as well as assist with their own
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Telling your story in 7 steps. You are going to create a story. You will use this packet to help you think of and develop ideas. Each person will develop their own storyTelling your story in 7 steps. You are going to create a story. You will use this packet to help you think of and develop ideas. Each person will develop their own story
Each person will develop their own story. Each person will write an outline, a plot summary, a script in screen play format, and draw a story board for their story. Remember to try to keep your story school-based so it is easy to film at
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Games Telling stories?[1] -a brief note on games and narrativesGames Telling stories?[1] -a brief note on games and narratives
As questions go, this is not a bad one: Do games tell stories? Answering this should tell us both how to study games and who should study them. The affirmative answer suggests that games are easily studied from within existing paradigms
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New age: sci-fi & fantasy moviesNew age: sci-fi & fantasy movies
Let me begin with an excerpt from confronting the new age by Douglas Groothuis, InterVarsity Press, 1988, page 185. After speaking about New Age visualization and imagination techniques, he says
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Archetypes in literature, art, and musicArchetypes in literature, art, and music
These fantasy images appear in literature and art and music all around the world in different time eras like recurring patterns. This challenges us to learn about archetypes and to identify them in our culture
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Star Wars: a myth for Our TimeStar Wars: a myth for Our Time
Screening the Sacred: Religion, Myth, and Ideology in Popular American Film, ed. Joel W. Martin and Conrad E. Ostwalt Jr. (Boulder, Co.: Wsetview Press, 1995): 73-82
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Dave Barry\Dave Barry's
Looking back on 2017 is like waking up after a party where you made some poor decisions, such as drinking tequila squeezed from the underpants of a person you do not really know
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Star wars: dark empireStar wars: dark empire
Based on an audio adaptation of “Star Wars: Dark Empire,” a six-issue comic book miniseries published by Dark Horse Comics in 1991. Audio Adaptation produced by Highbridge Audio, Inc
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