euriol at ptd.net
Tue Nov 11 16:20:03 PST 2008
Perhaps you can expand it beyond the "Here's where I found it". What do you
do after you find "it"? How do you know if "it" is a good resource? And
are there any particular types of research that is being hunted? (i.e.
Specific Time, Specific Place, Specific Dish).
What do you want your students to be able to walk away with? In the last
Tournament's Illuminated was a Quest article about Teaching in the SCA.
Included in it was a guideline by Mistress Alicia on how to plan a class.
You might find it useful.
If these questions I posed, spurn more questions of your own... please
post. I think this could be the start of an interesting conversation.
On Tue, 11 Nov 2008 16:12:55 -0800 (PST), wrote:
> I'm teaching two classes in December on beginning medieval cooking
> research, one for adults, one for kids. The kids one I'm set on and am
> looking forward to, but the adults one has me nervous. I'm very new to
> period cooking and have been asked to teach a class on how I found my
> research. All of mine has been on-line(Florilegium[thanks Stefan!!],
> SCAer's sites, .edu, .org, ect). How can I fill 1 hour with
> where I found it"?
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