Bridging World History: History and Memory

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Annenberg Learning offers an on-line course in World History. This unit deals with history and memory and how are they different. Watch three video segments dealing with this concept and listen to a discussion on perspective, memory, and historical “truth.” Who knew that a fact is not necessarily a fact! This unit also includes readings, resources, the online text, activities for students, and transcripts of the videos, all in PDF.

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