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Please enable it for a better experience of Jumi. Find this Common Core aligned Teacher Guide and more like it in our High School ELA Category! The Odyssey by Homer is an epic poem that has survived thousands of years! It is the story of Odysseus, the crafty king of Ithaca, whose Trojan Horse idea helped win the war with Troy.
Following his victory in Troy, He encounters many trials that delay him from reaching his home, Ithaca, and his queen, Penelope. Odysseus Hero’s Journey is a long and arduous adventure filled with peril, temptation, and wits. Related to both plot diagram and types of literary conflict, the “Hero’s Journey” is a recurring pattern of stages many heroes undergo over the course of their stories. Joseph Campbell, an American mythologist, writer, and lecturer, articulated this cycle after researching and reviewing numerous myths and stories from a variety of time periods and regions of the world. He found that they all share fundamental principles. King Odysseus is at home, in Ithaca, with his wife, Penelope, and newborn son, Telemachus.
Athena, the goddess of wisdom, crafts, and war, is his guide. She wants to help Odysseus, though she has been instructed not to. She takes pity on him while other gods forsake the hero, continually saves him from death, and gives him guidance. After the war, the gods become angry with the Greeks for their prideful ways. A great storm emerges and throws them off course. Odysseus nearly makes it home, but his crew opens a bag, given to him by Aeolus, god of the winds When the bag is opened, it releases a wind that blows them far away from Ithaca. He travels to the underworld seeking information to guide him home.
This quest brings him to the verge of death. The King of Phaeacia gives Odysseus passage home. Unlike other heroes, Odysseus was not in search of treasure. Instead, he was desperately trying to reach his home. Once he returns, he finds out that his house has been overrun with suitors attempting to steal his wife and palace.
Instead of rushing in and killing the suitors, Odysseus is patient. He wishes to learn if his wife has been faithful. With the help of his son and a loyal swineherd, he devises a plan. Athena disguises him as an old beggar so that he can enter his house undetected. Telemachus steals all the suitors’ weapons, and a final test is proposed.
Odysseus, still dressed as a beggar, completes the task and is restored to his original state. He and his son expel the suitors from their home by force. Penelope, seeing how her husband has changed, tests him to make sure it is actually him. She tells him she moved their bed. He replies, correctly, that this would have been impossible, and all is returned to normal. After clicking “Copy Assignment”, change the description of the assignment in your Dashboard. Student Instructions Use the story of The Odyssey and map it to the narrative structure of the Hero’s Journey.