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With Halloween approaching, you may be tempted to say the name “Candlejack.”
But I urge you not to say “Candl
Thanks again for well wishes. While I was able to draft my to-do list between now and April (since that’s when a lot of deadlines are coming up), and even cross off some items as completed, a lot of work remains, and the number of anxiety attacks each day are increasing.
Fingers crossed that things get better.
if you listen closely, you can hear Kidd and Hikaru Hitachiin
As much as I enjoy Haberkorn’s performances, a lot of his characters have the same voice, which is not unusual in voice acting (Vic Mignogna, Greg Ayres, Rob Paulsen, Cree Summer, to an extent Grey Delisle and Brittney Karbowski) since the focus is not always on range but on quality of acting. If you listen to enough cartoons, it is hard to be surprised because it feels like you have heard that same voice so many times, even with actors with incredible range (Frank Welker, Jim Cummings).
However, Haberkorn’s voice did sound a lot different on Attack on Titan: much deeper.
So, how many more episodes of Korra before we hear Haberkorn go full-on Kid and start shrieking, “Stop calling me ‘Junior’!”?
…Fullmetal Alchemist) into lessons like soul-dwelling . I’m also going…
I’m excited to hear about your goal!
I’m still trying to figure out how to incorporate Soul Eater into teaching. Fullmetal Alchemist went more easily, but trying to teach something you really enjoy is difficult when students are just not interested—you focus more on your own fan interests and may not engage your students on what they gained from the text.
It’s why so much of teaching requires basing your work in older texts that, while less well known, are the most concise examples to use, balanced with some of the most recent ideas approached in news and popular culture. (It feels like Brotherhood is already out of date while bringing in something more recent like Tokyo Ghoul can make the lesson easier for students to follow).
For this reason, it is sometimes easier to include texts that are important to read but may not be your absolute favorite.
Ah, screw it. I’ll just make a syllabus for an entire Soul Eater class and see what happens—and I want to see what happens when you draw anime and fandom into your teaching, maka-angelofdeath-albarn!
EDIT: Wrong Angel of Death—sorry! Tagging maka-angel-of-death now.
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