History & It’s all Impacts
Introduction of the subject:
History is the study of the past, specifically how it relates to humans. It is an umbrella term that relates to past events as well as the memory, discovery, collection, organization, presentation, and interpretation of information about these events. History is just as important as science and engineering when it comes to fostering innovation and helping people to think analytically and critically. History can also refer to the academic discipline, which uses a narrative to examine and analyze a sequence of past events, and objectively determine the patterns of cause and effect that determine them. The study of history aims to develop understanding of and skills in historical enquiry, as a basis for understanding ourselves, our identity, our society and our world in order to inform how we might act to shape our society in the future. Given the unique historical experience of, it is important that young people have opportunities to
- Recognize that the study of historical events can have meaning and relevance for their lives today.
- Explore the different images, representations and interpretations of significant historical events, as expressed through commemoration.
- Investigate how different ideas and messages can be presented and constructed as well as changed over time
- Think about how interpretations have been constructed and the intention behind the powerful messages conveyed.
History affects the way we think, speak, and interact with each other, if we didn’t learn the past history we would be repeating the same mistake over and over and not getting the point. History is interesting but not knowing it might lead you to repeat the same inventions that are already made where you make an effort but don’t get awarded for it. I also think it’s important to know where you came from to know what direction to go in. Our history is key to a better future! Not only does it help us make better decisions for our future,