Today's topic explores the differences between "history" and "heritage" - by the end of this short presentation, you should begin to have an idea of what it means to study history at SNHU.
Picts: History and Heritage provides an overview of some of the key developments in the evolution of the Pictish kingdom between the 5th and 9th centuries. Using recent studies on the political centralisation of Pictland and its external relations with neighbouring kingdoms, the film traces some of the key developments in the history of Fortiu until the Gaelic takeover at the end of the 9th century. The film emphasises the cultural and religious interaction between Pictland and the kingdom of Northumbria which provided the context for cultural masterpieces like the class 2 Pictish symbol stones and the Northumbrian illuminated Gospel books. Filming at Bennachie, Tap o Noth, Burghead, the Rhynie dig and other locations provides a striking visual record of some of the key locations in Pictish history.
SUBSCRIBE -- http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sacks10 "GARRETT MORGAN" Pixel Pirate Studio Animated black history shorts for Nickelodeon featuring African American historical figures. Garrett Morgan was an African-American inventor and community leader. His most notable inventions included a type of protective respiratory hood (or gas mask), a traffic signal, and a hair-straightening chemical. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ~ KEEP IN TOUCH ~ WEBSITE-- http://pixelpiratestudio.co/?page_id=20 TWITTER ---- https://twitter.com/SACKS10 FACEBOOK--- https://www.facebook.com/pixelpirates... INSTAGRAM --- http://instagram.com/pxl_pirate TUMBLR! ---------- http://pixelpiratetv.tumblr.com/ DEVIANTART------- http://sacks10.deviantart.com/ CREDITS: Illustrated/ animated/ designed by: Saxton Moore Produced by: Nickelodeon/ NickJr Producer: Elly Kramer Music: the Roots Audio: HOTHEAD
The history and heritage of Ireland
This has been produced for Willenhall Heritage Trust to capture the History of the town, which lies in the Heart of the Black Country, that started it's life in Anglo Saxon times. It since became the lock making capital of the world in its industrial peak. This up to date account, which details the past, present and plans for the future, is narrated by Mary Bodfish, and is introduced by Professor Carl Chinn, MBE, who is Patron of Willenhall Heritage Trust.
The history of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America
PDF: Interpreting Tips for Guides - The TORE Method http://www.beabetterguide.com/interpreting-tips-for-guides-the-tore-method Interpretation tips for tour guides from Dr. Sam Ham, author of ‘Interpretation: Making a Difference on Purpose’ Explore the TORE method for interpreting culture, heritage and the natural world. Cultural, Environmental and Historical Interpretation is something that many guides do on a day to day basis. The curious thing is, not everyone has heard the term ‘interpretation' before! Well, for starters, we are not talking about interpretation between languages or other types of translation services. Those are a skill unto themselves - but not what we are talking about today. We mean the interpretation of culture, the environment and/or history, as done by a guide, educator or tour leader. In other words, think of interpretation as a communication strategy. It’s presenting your information in such a way that it resonates with your audience. National Park Rangers, naturalists, outdoor educators and guides working in eco-tourism, are much more likely to have been exposed to the term ‘interpretation’, but even if you have never heard of ‘interpreting’ before - there is a lot to learn from the people teaching in this space. In this video, we look at some interpretation tips for tour guides and share resources for helping you with your presentations on tour! PLUS, we’ve got a special guest in the video, Sarah Bassendale, one of the lead trainers from the Be a Better Guide Academy. The field of 'thematic interpretation' is an approach originally advocated by Professor William Lewis (University of Vermont) and subsequently developed by Professor Sam H. Ham from the University of Idaho. For this video, we reached out to Dr. Sam Ham in order to get the best advice we could on rocking our interpretive moments. We share some interpretation tips for tour guides, but also explore one of Dr. Ham’s central teachings, the T.O.R.E. model of thematic interpretation. This method is outlined in his recent book, ‘Interpretation: Making a Difference on Purpose’ which you can find on Amazon right here. We’ve also created a PDF Cheat Sheet of the TORE method, which you can use when working on your tours, interpretive moments or presentations. Feel free to grab a copy by clicking the link below. http://www.beabetterguide.com/interpreting-tips-for-guides-the-tore-method Dr. Sam Ham's Book, 'Interpretation: Making a Difference on Purpose': https://goo.gl/0OXQkU
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SUBSCRIBE -- http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sacks10 "ALFRED CRALLE" Pixel Pirate Studio Animated black history shorts for Nickelodeon featuring African American historical figures. Alfred L. Cralle an African-American from Virginia, who became an inventor and businessman in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is best remembered for inventing the ice cream scoop in 1897. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ~ KEEP IN TOUCH ~ WEBSITE-- http://pixelpiratestudio.co/?page_id=20 TWITTER ---- https://twitter.com/SACKS10 FACEBOOK--- https://www.facebook.com/pixelpirates... INSTAGRAM --- http://instagram.com/pxl_pirate TUMBLR! ---------- http://pixelpiratetv.tumblr.com/ DEVIANTART------- http://sacks10.deviantart.com/ CREDITS: Illustrated/ animated/ designed by: Saxton Moore Produced by: Nickelodeon/ NickJr Producer: Elly Kramer Music: the Roots Audio: HOTHEAD