I would recommend using this worksheet for students in ninth or tenth grade, as the older kids have likely seen this diagram ad nauseum by the time they reach eleventh and twelfth grade. The Plot Structure Diagram is a great way to get into the nooks and crannies of every plot point the hero travels throughout a story.
This handy graphic offers a summarized breakdown of the 17 stages a hero journies through, according to Campbell and his book The Man with a Thousand Faces (which, by the way, is a must-have text for any writer or lover of all things archetypal).
Craig Chalquist acknowledges the antihero's increased popularity in the current media landscape. In addition, he believes people overidentify with the hero in American culture, and, as a result, teaches what he calls, "The Journey of Reenactment."
This is a great two-week lesson that introduces students to Joseph Campbell and Carl Jung, two people synonymous with the hero's journey and archetypes, respectively. The readings and activities provided also help students make connections between culture, society, and their own lives, using the hero's journey as a framework.