I personally enjoyed the Interview with a Veteran: Evacuation of Saigon. Young Robert is very likable as he takes us to San Diego to visit the USS Midway and meet Vern, a retired US Navy man. Vern tells Robert his exciting story of evacuating Saigon as a Navy Colonel.
As a teacher, I highly recommend Meet Me At The Corner for use to enhance your curriculum or something for fun for your students/children at home. Meet Me At The Corner provides activities and further study for each pod cast topic: vocabulary building, fun trivia questions, map skills, listening skills, research. If I used this in my classroom, I would have library books on the pod cast subject for my students to read. I think reading comprehension is important. Read. Read. Read. I'm happy to see that Meet Me At The Corner lists recommended books on the subject, as well as fun websites for more information.
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Check out the newest episode of Meet Me At The Corner Virtual Field Trip: Canine Companions for Independence.