1.What is history?
History is everything that happened in the past: dates, facts, timelines, and the names of kings, queens, generals, and villains. For many students, the word “history” conjures up images of thick textbooks, long lectures, and even longer nights spent memorizing morsels of historical knowledge.
2. Give two knds of history and explain?
3. What is the importance of study history?
It is important to study history so one may learn about past human behavior that is relevant to the intellectual growth and development of an individual. Studying the events of the past give us an understanding of how the world came to be, not only in your world but around the world including all cultures of people as well as nature. By learning about the causes and effects of events in history, people can learn better ways to deal with conflict among nations and individuals. Studying the history of environmental changes can enhance a healthier lifestyle for mankind, as well as prevent the extinction of plants and animals, which could disturb our ecosystems. Although human behavior is unpredictable at times, a better understanding through the study of history, can provide valuable insight for our future generations.
4. Why history is included in the curriculum?
As the great philosopher G. Santayana once said, “those who do not understand history are destined to repeat it.” History teaches us not only facts but also the concept of self-examination of our own history, behaviors and proclivities. History teaches us that those in power tend toward corruption and that those who possess absoloute corruption. History teaches us that long,drown out,protracted wars accomplish little,other than mass suffering, and tend to bleed all nations (involved in such wars) of their treasure,often setting them back decades, or even centuries.History teaches us that if we do not care for those in need, we cheapen the value of life itself. Understanding history can make us better...