Category Archives: Reading Lists

World War I Centennial Reading List

Great War Primary Document Archive: Photos of the Great War - www.gwpda.org/photos

Great War Primary Document Archive: Photos of the Great War – www.gwpda.org/photos

Creativity

creativity

Journalism

journalism

Sports

2012 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Team Trials - Day 4

Working Class Heroes

working_class

Sea and Ocean Tales

sea_and_ocean

There Be Monsters!

monsters

Reality with a Twist: Magical Realism

magical_realism

Steampunk!

steampunk“In three short words, steampunk is Victorian science fiction. Here “Victorian” is not meant to indicate a specific culture, but rather references a time period and an aesthetic: the industrialized 19th century. Historically, this period saw the development of many key aspects of the modern world (mechanized manufacturing, extensive urbanization, telecommunications, office life and mass-transit), and steampunk uses this existing technology and structure to imagine an even more advanced 19th century, often complete with Victorian-inspired wonders like steam-powered aircraft and mechanical computers.” ~Tor.com

 

Teachers & Teaching

teachers