The Rest of Wineburg

Hey friends,

So today I spent my afternoon reading the rest of Wineburg’s book.  I’ll be honest, it was a bunch of experiments and talked about issues that I just do not feel like going over because it feels like beating a dead horse.  It held some great ideas on how history teachers need to realize that they are not teaching in a vacuum and that morality is a question to consider.  Just remember, before we throw our morals at history, consider their morals at the time.

Well I would keep writing, but today is my birthday and my mom is calling me over for cake, so I’ll talk to you all later!



Christian, Lover of History, Aspiring Teacher

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2 comments on “The Rest of Wineburg
  1. johnfea says:

    Happy birthday, Phil!

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