4a. If the future generations are not taught about the past They won’t feel any respect for the past struggles or splendor of our country and therefore won’t be the citizens we would like to see. What ways is Pane’s faith apparent in his description of Taino sources? Knowing the past provides the necessary knowledge to know what is proper and the wrong.
4b. This provides us with the chance to make the right decision in the near future. Do you believe Pane was a reliable source in the realm of Taino beliefs? If a person doesn’t understand the history of the past then he will not show any respect to humanity, the country or to the entire world. C. He’ll become an uncaring and selfish person who will not even acknowledge the rich heritage of a nation. What elements of the Pane’s account or statements seem plausible to you? Why?
His entire world would look like an automated and programmable system. 5a. Through learning about history, students must be exposed to their nation, culture and their traditions. Because Tainos " never had written records among them , and everything is a memory" do you believe the tales Taino were telling about Pnae were reliable sources of ancient beliefs?
This could be an initial step in developing a national spirit in the students themselves. 5b. If students don’t understand the history of their nation then they’ll be unable to comprehend what they can do to help build the nation.
What evidence would suggest that Taino believed in these stories? As an example, if kids do not learn about the history of their nation and are destined to become a future decision maker, they’ll never recognize the importance for their country and will not be able take the appropriate choice. 5c. Furthermore, students who are educated about the past will know how their ancestors fought to establish the independence of their nation. Does there exist evidence to show that their narrative’s origin story had roots from the beginning?
Therefore, based on this knowledge students may be able to have the motivation needed to build their capabilities in order to be a part of the development of their country both mentally and physically. 5d. People who do not have this capacity typically will not be able to contribution to their country. In contrast does anyone have proof that they could have created the narrative in order to please or please Pane? For example, those living in other countries for a long period of time and are not taught about Indonesian history are likely sentence to never return to Indonesia regardless of the fact that Indonesian society is in need of their contribution. 1a.
In conclusion, in light of the these reasons, history knowledge is required by students to help build their nationality and encourage students to make a difference in their nation. According to this tale, how did humans arrive on the planet? Understanding of the past can be the initial step in building the future of tomorrow. b. Model Answer #3: A lot of people say that studying the history of our times has essential benefits in our modern world. What was the significance behind the "great tree" that each year bore corn that was used to eat" in addition to the young men who were angry? However, some people hold a different view of this.
2a. According to me, the main purpose of lessons in history in schools is to help students understand on the history of the world in the past, and how to make a better tomorrow through the lessons historical record teaches us. Who do the stories say was the one who created the earth and what is the reason? By studying and studying history, students will take lessons from the historical times of our previous generations and their experiences, failures determination, successes as well as their struggles and bravery could teach the students how to prepare to face the trials of life ahead. 2b. The past has always consisted of valuable insights from great warriors, thinkers, and kings such as Napoleon, Nietzsche and Aschille. What is the relation between the earth and animals?
Some of their speeches and actions are an excellent sources for those determined to acquire insights and tips on how to thrive and survive. 3.According to the account What was the method by which humans reproduce? Why? In addition, as my the former President of my country Haydar A. said "the those who do not understand their past doesn’t have a future either"So if pupils in all levels of school aren’t urged by their teachers in history to learn observation and insights from the historical figures their life, they will not be as productive as people who are.
4a. If one isn’t fascinated by history in school or travels to other countries who can be portrayed as a patriotic citizen? They cannot talk about any of the events their country or nation has gone through. What is the way Othagwenda (Flint) as well as Djuskaha (Little Sprout) differ?
It is impossible to write the future in history. information about the past could help us create the best of our future. 4b . What do we know about victim or the war in the event that we do not take a look back at the most important historical wars? What were the reasons for those differences?
5a. The bottom line is that the past belongs to the community and, therefore, it is their responsibility to pass on their knowledge to the future generation. Who does the story identify as God? In the end using the knowledge gained from previous experiences and wisdom, future generations are able to live in peace and tranquility. 5b.
KTB120 Diverse Theatre Practice. What difference did it make? This course focuses on creative practices and narratives which are based on historical, societal or other reasons have been struggling to find a place of safety and a voice within our world of culture. 1. Through direct involvement and self-reflection, this course will help students understand the inherent sensitivity of the practice and methods to facilitate professionalism and communication when working with artists of diverse backgrounds and different cultures. According to Genesis How and why did God make the world? A thorough understanding of the ways in which performance and story are manifested across different historical and cultural borders is vital to gain a full understanding of theatre practices for the present. 2.Were animals, plants and humans in this narrative at all times equal in the eyes of God?
There was no way they could be equal. Theatre practitioners need to be aware of the various cultural practices and protocols and a knowledge of the variety and complexity in a complex globalised world in order to ensure that the performance of Australian theatre is reflective of a complete reflection of our society of today. God said to have control over the fosh that is the sea and over the fowls of the skies, and also over all living thing that walks across the earth.
Unit details. 3. The unit code is KTB120. What was the reason God have us humans be told to "Be abundant, increase, as well as replenishing the earth, and subdue it, and be a king. over all living things that is moving on the earth"?