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An idea for using maps...

Posted by Ann Randall (User name: Randlut) on May 24, 2011

This is something that happened by accident that worked really well. We have shared space, so when I wanted to use a large map of Paul's journeys, I just laid it on the table we were sitting around like a tablecloth. It made it very easy to keep referring back to the map as we discussed the story, for them to look at the map and ask questions, to point to the location we were discussing.
Ann Randall
Noble Road Presbyterian Church
Cleveland Heights, OH

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