TEACHERS

THIS PAGE CONTAINS SOME MATERIAL THAT I HOPE WILL BE OF SPECIAL INTEREST, AND USE, TO TEACHERS.

The first items on the list include short excerpts from Pious To Progressive: A Century of American Readers just to summarize some of the lessons to be learned from the old school books.

YOU’D BE SURPRISED: WERE PUBLIC SCHOOLS EVER CHRISTIAN?

THE LESSONS OF HISTORY: HAVE WE LEARNED THEM? HAVE WE EVEN BEEN TAUGHT THEM?

ANOTHER LESSON: “THOSE WHO FAIL TO LEARN THE LESSONS OF HISTORY ARE DOOMED TO REPEAT THEM”.

WHITE AMERICA AND THE STOCKHOLM SYNDROME.

The rhetoric lesson is to illustrate the importance once placed on public speaking.

TOPICAL INDEX TO PIOUS TO PROGRESSIVE

THE FABLE THAT FAILED is for younger students.

BELIEVING IS SEEING: UNDERSTANDING DIFFERENCES OF OPINION

AMERICA: 1619 OR 1620?