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themeg35, Monday at 04:48 AM in
How to Teach History (Wes Callahan)
A couple of times the question was posed about the significance of a people group being disconnected from their history. It seems there are a great number of people disconnected from their history because of Western European colonization of the world. If knowing our history is similar to knowing where we are in the world, like the outer parts of a tree, then for some it exposes the reason they are at the bottom is because their people have barely survived the abuse by European people groups. Also there are many people cannot know their history because it’s no longer available. Any thoughts on how to approach this with children? We’ve been working through Bauer’s Story of the World so far.
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