Wonder Woman - A Real Heroine?

This game lets you discover what makes a hero and specifically look at the role of Wonder Woman. In looking at the character of Wonder Woman, we can discover different aspects of heroism. Is Wonder Woman really a heroine? Let’s find out together!    

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Classes: 8th Grade - 12th Grade
Contributors : Keren Zadik and Kim Naim


Familiarity with the Wonder Woman franchise and the latest Wonder Woman movie (2017) as well as having an idea of what makes a hero    

Keren Zadik and Kim Naim

Get to know the characters

  • Diana Price

    Diana Price is a fictional character that was raised as an Amazon princess warrior on a far-away island. She has never left the island until she meets Steve Trevor who tells her what is going on in the “outside world.” She thinks she can help and is able to unleash her powers while helping the war effort. 

  • Gal Gadot

    Gal Gadot was born and raised in Israel and started modeling and acting in Israel and was eventually discovered by American agents. She held a few movie roles before becoming Wonder Woman. 

  • Steve Trevor

    Steve Trevor is a fictional character. He is an American pilot whose plane crashed near Princess Diana’s island and she and her team helps to rescue him. He is an established fighter pilot and spy and feels a bit out of place and insecure, having been rescued by an army of female Amazon warriors. He realizes that Princess Diana has some special powers, so he helps her, help him, help the world, help end the war.

  • James Miller

    Grew up in middle America, currently in 9th grade. You saw the movie with your family. You have a mom and dad, two older sisters, and a younger brother. You love DC Comics and of course also Wonder Woman.

  • Shelly Stuart

    Grew up in Upstate New York, currently in 11th grade.    


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