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David Anderson

I love going through that site. It would be fun to re-do those videos using today's presentation models.

The posture lesson, for example is classic: http://archive.org/details/HealthYo1953 

What's interesting is how they use vignettes to introduce the lessons and combine narration with first-person dialog.

Where are the learning objectives?

Gerry Wasiluk

David Anderson said:

I love going through that site. It would be fun to re-do those videos using today's presentation models.

The posture lesson, for example is classic: http://archive.org/details/HealthYo1953 

What's interesting is how they use vignettes to introduce the lessons and combine narration with first-person dialog.

Where are the learning objectives?


Hey, David!  I'm getting an item not found from the link. 

Gerry Wasiluk

Steve Flowers said:

A more specific search:

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Black_and_white_photographs_of_people

The commons are pretty good. Some images are restricted use though, need to look at the license. Most are free for any use.


Thanks, Steve!  I love using old-time photos in my presos, as David can testify to.