This was the answer I got when I asked Chris Hadfield if we (teachers) could use the magnificent photos he took from space for educational purposes.
Last but not least, to finish with this trilogy of recommendations I would love to speak highly of this Spanish TV show called This is art. The show explores art (music, painting, sculpture, literature…) and its history through different emotions.
Something for the weekend! If there is nothing good on telly atm here is my recommendation: Travel Man: 48 Hours in… Valencia.
“Richard and Sara Pascoe visit the birthplace of paella, for cocktails, zorbing, a four-wheel bike ride and a hunt for the holy grail”. – www.channel4.com
Some of the things that fascinate me, in particular, is how do people use languages, as in what do they do with that linguistic code, and why do they do so.
Recently, I am very interested (believe it or not) in anything that has to do with Ivanka Trump’s use of language. Why? Take a look at this video:
What an experiment! In this program, 3 Welsh teenagers travel to South Korea in order to experience school life in Gangnam (literally means “South of the River”) where they will find one of the toughest educational systems. How will they cope with the exchange?