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For Fall 2016…
Yesterday when I was on Pinterest, I saw this infographic chart from Goglobe.com. I thought it would be a great visal aids for student's speaking activities. The chart is not only easy to understand but also provide up to date insights to Chinese current society and culture. The chart can be used for chinese 1( we are learning numbers right now, it fits right in) and Chinese 3( the charts provides the opportunity to practice a bunch of vocabulary such as "social media, most, compare,shopping,
This assignment was to find a picture of your dream vehicle and describe how it makes you feel. In this case, This is Conway Adams’ and James Black’s dream vehicle. It makes them feel extremely tough when they are on the undercover police duty. The blacked out look of the silverado gives them a feeling … Continue reading Car Lust →
Last night I tuned in to ds106 radio, and listened to TombCast Radio, which was made by Josh Whiting, Mason Latimer, and James Crisp. A key thing that stuck out immediately was the atmosphere and type of show that was produced. A lot of the other shows created were in a way stereotypical radio, including my own, … Continue reading Radio Listen – TombCast Radio