How do I introduce K-12 ESL students from South Korea and beyond to history and context while staying nearby to storytelling and creative performance? We’ve been reciting and reflecting upon some of Aesop’s fables but it might be useful to try basic Shakespeare. It has been a nice journey so far so let’s probe deeper, OK?>.
I appreciate this BBC educational media work about some of Shakespeare’s works
My old fren-emy, the hindrance of sloth and torpor
This is a great article by the IDA about documentary budgets. Useful.
I’ve been trying to learn and play this tune for years. This video provides a helpful bit of instruction.
Philippine Sea — South China Sea Dispute (Non-Interactive)
This is an interesting book by Philippines Supreme Court Justice Antonio Carpio that lays out an historical analysis of the legal claims to Scarborough Shoal, the Spratleys and many other islands in the Philippine Sea wast of Palawan (aka South China Sea).
VIDEO: Justice Antonio Carpio on the South China Sea dispute
If we don’t establish a marine protected area in this region we are headed toward a major, major fisheries collapse, leading to mass starvation and increasing conflict.
This article provides a concise introduction to 3D printing.