1) Print-ready Hero's Journey (Joseph Campbell) creative final unit project description (you just add the due date and modify point values as desired)
2) Interview Graphic organizer with descriptors of each stage of the hero's journey and space for the student to take notes
3) Grading rubric
Short project description: Students interview (and teach) an adult in their life about a hero's journey he/she has experienced him/herself. Then, students present the adult's hero journey in some sort of visual creative product such as a poster or electronic presentation, including written explanation of how the adult's experiences follow the hero's journey archetype.
On a personal note, a non skill-based reason I love this project is because it has helped prompt powerful and meaningful conversations between my students and their families, and students often learn stories from their parents they'd never heard before. Then, the student presentations at the end help the class learn more about each other strengthen the class community.