Resources for Hero Research
To see more about the hero's steps in a journey, try this site: Read, Write, Think Interactive HERO'S JOURNEY
Use notes from class or other information about the archetypal hero to skim your sources for information about how your hero does or doesn't fit the MONOMYTH.
Heroes Wikia (website) -- information on heroes from a wide range of media
Most sources on this page are all databases from the GCPS Online Library (Best category) If your hero is from literature, try searching from the databases with Literature in their titles from the list of databases.
Try Popular Culture Universe for heroes from books, movies, and TV:
Try World Religions for heroes from the worlds sacred stories from any age or culture, including Greek or Roman gods or heroes. Biography in Context for real life people of all sorts.
We will use Scrible to capture and select parts of our research and to cite sources. You will turn in a Google Doc you can create in Scrible of your sources (Works Cited) and the passages you highlighted in the source + the comments you made linking those quotations to heroic journey and characteristics for a research PROCESS grade.
Please open the Media Center's Scrible Research Tool page for a guide to initial steps.
Then set and access your project:
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Try MAS Ultra or Student Resources in Context & Student Research Center for heroes who might be covered in magazine articles on in various book chapters.