As I was thinking about my Monday post, I found some interesting things on YouTube referring to Human Action. I've found that Human Action either gets people excited or (more often) gets groans. There are a decent number of lectures and other more technical videos out there (And for the really brave souls out there, here is a play list that reads Human Action to you). However, if I can find ways to make Human Action a little easier to swallow, it's a big win in my book.
So, without further ado, here are some fun videos that attempt to break down portions of Human Action. This video is from Human Action Comics. It's cheesy, but I still enjoy the premise:
The video below that jams out to some ideas from Human Action:
Do you think these videos would help people get into Human Action? Do they well-represent portions of Human Action? What resources have you found that help you teach the human action model? What are some neat things that makes Human Action a little easier to swallow?