Mesopotamia Final Reflections, Out of Eden in the News, & Twitter Chat

12 Nov

Paul Salopek has been out for a walk — a very long walk — since 2013. His route stretches from Ethiopia’s Great Rift Valley to the very southern tip of South America, tracing the path of humanity from its African origins, across deserts and mountains. Hari Sreenivasan from PBS News caught up with the two-time Pulitzer-winning foreign correspondent in the nation of Georgia to discuss his journey so far. Watch the 2nd and 3rd video in this playlist to watch this very interesting story about Paul (It’s new this week!). The first story was done, prior to his walk.

Tomorrow night there will be a Twitter Chat where Paul will answer questions. I plan on joining this chat and will ask any questions on your behalf, if you email me them or put them in the comment section here.

Finally, you need to make sure you have completed your Do Now #9 reflection on our last unit, Mesopotamia. Please add your image of your mind map and add your blog link to the document I will share with you in class. This activity and Out of Eden Learn Footstep #3 need to be done by this weekend at the latest. We will begin our next unit – India – next week.

Updated (November 17): Paul responded to one of the questions I asked him on behalf of the class. He answered Michelle’s. Congratulations!

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Screenshot of Michelle’s question.

2 Responses to “Mesopotamia Final Reflections, Out of Eden in the News, & Twitter Chat”

  1. prhea2003 November 17, 2015 at 1:15 pm #

    I just missed this! Dear Mr. Martin, What is Paul Salopek’s twitter?


    • Mr. Martin November 17, 2015 at 1:43 pm #

      Just search for his name on Twitter and you will find it. Also, you should ‘follow’ Out of Eden Walk and Out of Eden Learn. Take care.


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