Daily Lessons for Teaching The History of the Kings of Britain

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Lesson 1 (from Dedication and Part One: Brutus Occupies the Island of Albion)

Objective

In Dedication and Part One: Brutus Occupies the Island of Albion, Britain is described as an idyllic island made up of five races of people. This lesson will discuss the purpose of this book.

Lesson

Class Discussion: How does this book begin? Why does it begin this way?

Small Group Activity: How is Britain described? Why does the author describe Britain in this way?

Class Discussion: Discuss this beautiful description of Britain and how it shows the author's sentimental feelings towards this country. What does the author seem to think about the five races found in Britain? Is he more fond of one race or another? Why or why not?

Homework: How does this creation of a nation compare to our own?

Lesson 2 (from Dedication and Part One: Brutus Occupies the Island of Albion)

Objective

In Dedication and Part One: Brutus Occupies the Island of Albion, Brutus' life and reign is described. This lesson will discuss Brutus'...

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