Daily Lessons for Teaching Treasure

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Lesson 1 (from Prologue)


Venator believes that the lives of his wife and children are valid sacrifices in the preservation of the information.

If history is not remembered, it repeats itself inevitably. It is imperative to be informed in all decisions made and opinions possessed.

The objective of this lesson is to get to know and understand the importance of information, and the records of history.


1) Initiate a class discussion on parts of history that the students remember from their lifetimes. Go further back and ask them to recall historical events from their parents lives. What is the earliest part of history that they remember?

2) Ask the class to write at least three paragraphs on why they think history is important if they do.

3) Break the class into groups of three or four and have them research a particular time or event in history that they find interesting. Have...

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