Live Stream Through a Google Map

Did you know that in the same way that you can add a video to a Google slide, you can insert video into a Google Map? (and, of course, you can add a simple web link if the video you want is not on YouTube, but on another source.) Watch this video for a quick tutorial on how to create new maps on Google Maps, using the creation of a WW2 Key Events map as an example. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=54&v=rV6u1IQcvrM Live stream images combined with ...

Playing out feelings productively

Playing out feelings productively: Acknowledgement and Embodiment of emotions through performance As Chief Examiner for Literature and Performance, I want put in a plea for the importance of going beyond reading and discussion as ways to come to terms with texts. I suspect that many people already use some performance elements in the study of plays, and perhaps of poetry and novels, as well, so of course this is no great news to many of you. One of my most vivid ...

Gods and Goddesses tuned up

Although the following site seems to be set up for students younger than DP students, if you or your students could stand a little mythology review (I know I could at times when dealing with classical allusions), take a look. It's fun, basic, useful and an added benefit is the audio which pronounces the names (hopefully, they are accurately delivered....) http://www.brainrush.com/lesson/greek-gods-goddesses     . . . . and who might this be?