ReadWriteThink.org has an interactive webpage — http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/herosjourney/ — that shows kids how to create stories of their own based on the pattern of the hero’s journey.
Described by Richard Byrne at his Free Technology for Teachers website (http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2013/01/the-heros-journey-lesson-in-writing.html):
Check out other powerful hero resources at TheHeroPlace, including Hero Wisdom (such as that of script-writing coach Skip Press) and Hero Organizations (such as the Gallery of Heroes) as well as other Hero Tools (such as StoryCraft Hero-Story Writing Software). Also, search or submit to hero databases (such as hero-story databases) from around the Internet in the Your Heroes section of TheHeroPlace.
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