Character Archetypes Pennant Banner

Character Archetypes Pennant Banner
Character Archetypes Pennant Banner
Character Archetypes Pennant Banner
Character Archetypes Pennant Banner
Character Archetypes Pennant Banner
Character Archetypes Pennant Banner
Character Archetypes Pennant Banner
Character Archetypes Pennant Banner
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  1. Teach mythological archetypes and the epic hero journey cycle with engaging character archetypes posters, slideshow presentation, interactive notebook foldable graphic organizers, and pennant banners made by your middle or high school students. An assessment requires students to identify character a
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Use this creative literature activity with any book or story to help middle or high school students make meaningful connections between their favorite novel and the mythological archetypes. The completed pennant banner makes an attractive display for your classroom or hallway.

Product Features

★ Creative standards-based literature activities to use with any novel

★ No prep--just print and use!

★ Editable PDF so that you can add more character archetype labels

Contents

(3) Tips for printing PDF files

(4) The Hero

(5) Mentor

(6) Anti-hero

(7) Loyal Companions

(8) Damsel-in-distress

(9) The Villain

(10) Evil Minions

(11) Editable pennant banner

(12) Terms of use

Teacher Prep

Easy prep! Just print as many copies as needed of each page. If you are having every student complete pennants for all the archetypes, consider printing 2 per page for smaller pennants to save paper.

How to Use this Character Archetypes Lesson

These materials support a mythology unit, The Lightning Thief or The Odyssey. This activity is also a reinforcement for the Common Core standard RL.8.9: Analyze how a modern work of fiction draws on themes, patterns of events, or character types from myths, traditional stories, or religious works such as the Bible, including describing how the material is rendered new.

Use the pennant banner to create a student-made bulletin board or hallway display. This makes an attractive visual display for Open House or Back-to-School night!

Related Resources

Get the most from this activity by using it with my Character Archetypes Posters and Interactive Notebook lesson.

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