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by Ronald Hans Pahl

Download Creative Ways to Teach the Mysteries of History (Volume I) ePub
  • ISBN 1578862507
  • ISBN13 978-1578862504
  • Language English
  • Author Ronald Hans Pahl
  • Publisher R&L Education (October 1, 2005)
  • Pages 200
  • Formats rtf mbr txt lrf
  • Category Educ
  • Subcategory Schools and Teaching
  • Size ePub 1739 kb
  • Size Fb2 1990 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
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History does not have to be boring. Kids who are excited about history learn more. History is also far more than facts to memorize for the most recent standardized test. That is where Creative Ways to Teach the Mysteries of History comes in—to make the teaching and learning of history a powerful and enjoyable experience in the classroom through the study of historical mysteries. What better place to snoop around and dig through mysterious graves than in your history class? This book takes ten mysterious events in history from ancient Egypt to the 21st century for students to grapple with and make their own decisions as to "Who done it?". Lessons include historical events such as "Who Killed King Tut?", "The Black Death of 1347 - Can It Come Again?" as well as an Advanced Document Analysis for the 21st Century entitled "Is the War on Terrorism Bogus?"Pahl focuses on a wide variety of active ideas and how-to-do-it brainstorms for teachers to get their students excited about history. At the same time, the book deeply analyzes some of the major issues that have confronted humankind from ancient times through the present and into the future. If this is what you want for your classroom then, Creative Ways to Teach the Mysteries of History, Volume I is for you and your students.

History does not have to be boring. Kids who are excited about history learn more. Pahl focuses on a wide variety of active ideas and how-to-do-it brainstorms for teachers to get their students excited about history.

History does not have to be boring. History is also far more than facts to memorize for the most recent standardized test. That is where Creative Ways to Teach the Mysteries of History comes in-to make the teaching and learning of history a powerful and enjoyable experience in the classroom through the study of historical mys History does not have to be boring. That is where Creative Ways to Teach the Mysteries of History comes in-to make the teaching and learning of history a powerful and enjoyable experience in the classroom through the study of historical myst History does not have to be boring. If this is what you want for your classroom then, Creative Ways to Teach the Mysteries of History, Volume I is for you and your students. This book takes ten mysterious events in history from ancient Egypt to the 21st century for students to grapple with and make their own decisions as to Who done it?. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

This volume makes teaching and learning history a powerful and enjoyable experience for students in the classroom through the study of historical mysteries, a wide variety of active ideas, and how-to-do-it brainstorms. ISBN13:9781578862504. Release Date:October 2005.

A variety of active teaching ideas. Ideas on how to get students excited about history. How-to-do-it brainstorms for teachers.

The purpose of Creative Ways to Teach the Mysteries of History, Volume 2 is simple to make the teaching and learning of history a powerful and enjoyable experience in the classroom. All too often students say that history is the most boring subject they have at school. A variety of active teaching ideas. Neat ways to have students grapple with the major problems and issues humanity has faced throughout history. Innovative ways to help students see the relevance of major people, events, and ideas of the past to today.

Ronald Hans Pahl is coordinator of social studies education at the California State University, Fullerton. If you teach high school World History, you need this book! It is full of all sorts of great teaching and content ideas. It has writing activites, map activities, group activities and project ideas. I have used these in both my on-level and advanced classes. It has some great activity and media ideas as well.

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April 16, 2010 History. Creative ways to teach the mysteries of history Close. Published 2005 by ScarecrowEducation in Lanham, Md. Written in English. Activity programs, History, Study and teaching. tricked into World War One? Los Zapatistas. who are those masked men of Mexico? Advanced document analysis is the war on terrorism bogus?

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The Mystery of History has what you need to learn history, teach .

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Volume III: More Creative Ways to Teach World History covers ancient times .

Volume III: More Creative Ways to Teach World History covers ancient times through the 20th century and beyond. Appropriate for all grade levels. About the Author: Ronald Hans Pahl is coordinator of social studies education at the California State University, Fullerton. Teaching history should not be reciting an endless list of dead men, entombed between the covers of a textbook. Instead, Breaking Away from the Textbook offers a fascinating journey through world history.