TV & Learning? Yes: Via Show Reviews (B5, Lupin, Hakan:Muhafiz/The Protector, Sihirli Annem, & La Casa De Papel/Money Heist…) !

I am done reviewing the Netflix series Hakan: Muhafız, and starting to review Sihirli Annem (My Magical Mother) which I have loved since I first saw it in 2004!! Since this will make the third set of shows I am reviewing, it seems time to list them all on one page.

on Minbari Mondays, I have now been reviewing Babylon 5 (from a Minbari point of view) for quite a while.

Turkish Tuesdays began in February, with incredible views of both ancient Constantinople, and modern Istanbul, in the two Turkish series’ Hakan: Muhafız (aka The Protector) & Sihirli Annem.

then, we began a Thoughtless Thursday near you: $ …” La Casa De Papel, aka Money Heist.

Fun with languages Fridays is currently on Lupin: Dans l’ombre d’Arsène (Lupin: In the shadow of Arsène), which is my French Fridays show (waiting desperately for Part 3!!),

Thoughtful Readers:

I hope that you find meaning, as I have, in these shows, and I look forward to hearing what lessons you draw from each of them, Thoughtful Readers.

“Passons à la magie !”


Thoughtful Readers:

Action Prompt:

      Share your thoughts on how story, like these shows, inspires problem-solving, and might keep all children safe, please, and  feel free to share your thoughts on how we Human Beings might start to build a more fully inclusive society for all of us.  If you are inspired to write a book, story, post or tweet that uses these thoughts, we would love to hear about it here.

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B5, The Protector, Lupin, or Money Heist Reviews…

Holistic High School Lessons,

Shira Destinie A. Jones, MPhil, MAT, BsCs

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8 thoughts on “TV & Learning? Yes: Via Show Reviews (B5, Lupin, Hakan:Muhafiz/The Protector, Sihirli Annem, & La Casa De Papel/Money Heist…) !

    1. Oh, you are most, most very welcome! It is a fascinating series, and as I commented either here or in my first review, it is also turning around my perspective on that city: my experience as an EFL teacher there was rather sub-optimal, and after 6 months, I moved down to Izmir. But, much of what I learned up in Istanbul probably helped me adjusting to Izmir, in fact.
      And yes!!

      You get many excellent glimpses of this ancient city, from so many perspectives it’s like being back there, almost! Especially now that I understand things that I really only *got* once I lived in Izmir (and a few things that took my years to understand, really, once I no longer lived there).

      I worry that some of my later reviews may be a bit rushed, so please do feel free to poke/prod/chide me at those points. I won’t be offended at all!
      🙂
      Very warmest regards,
      Shira

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