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I checked out your Digital Storytelling course – I think it is upbeat, very readable, and easy to follow.Katya
I used the reading on John McCrae’s Flanders Fields with my intermediate ESL students who found it highly informative, delivered in concise chunks making it easier for them to absorb. It has inspired them to read more about Canadian historical events and the people who shaped them.Monica
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We are pleased to announce the launch of the Ancestry Project podcast. The first episode is "New Year's Resolutions" and features student and teacher PDF and audio streams and downloads (free MP3 download for registered users). The episode discusses an article by...read more
Introduction This post was inspired by the process of creating the combined Ancestry Project document, "Famous Canadians: John McCrae / Poetry Study: In Flanders Fields and Other Poems by John McCrae” Access the document by registering and downloading the full John...read more
"To escape Auschwitz, she left her father to die. Decades later she got a message from him" This incredibly moving documentary is by Matan Rochlitz, a filmmaker and a musician based in Rome, Italy. The subject, Kara, is the 92-year-old neighbour of his family in Tel...read more
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