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Why Study History

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Stephen Phillip Logan

on 1 July 2010

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Transcript of Why Study History

Why Study History? Helps us know how we got to where we are Helps us to know who we are History is like a laboratory What will happen if I do xyz? Promotes citizenship What happened when someone else did the same thing? History inspires us Helps develop critical thinking skills Reading at the evaluation, synthesis and interpretation levels Development of critical thinking skills through writing Analytical thinking We can see individuals changing history We can see committed groups changing history Cause and Effect:
If I do A, then B is sure to follow It's about making decisions Holborn Circus in London burns at the height of the Blitz Pocahantas pleading for John Smythe Revolutionary War dead
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