30/7/2015 – Back into the swing of things.

1. This was brought to my attention by a member of our staff, so thanks Charissa! I have already tried it out in the classroom and it was a huge hit with students. Requires that everyone has a device, but other than that it’s easy as.

kahoot

https://kahoot.it/#/

2. One of the great things about books is that they can take you on a journey. Both emotional and geographical. Now two guys, Richard Kreitner amd Steven Melendez, have mapped the actual geography of some of the iconic novels of American Literature. This is absorbing for any book nut!

map

http://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/the-obsessively-detailed-map-of-american-literatures-most-epic-road-trips

3. From the top of Mount Everest to the base of the Eiffel Tower and many, many points between, this next link is a must for geography teachers who want their students to see amazing sights….

everest405-300x95

http://www.panoramas.dk/index.html

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