I think the best approach is question and answer, based on reading assignment. However, that does not mean wrote repetition and recitation, but encouragement of analysis. As for assignments, I would encourage looking for unintended consequences, causes and effects, comparisons,
I am actually an attorney, but I have self-taught myself English and European history. I can tell the story of every British monarch since Edward the Confessor. I am familiar with most British participation in l wars, but especially 20th century. Some things we can explore...... Which of England's greatest enemies was descended from an English monarch? Which English Kings died on the battlefield? or on the toilet?
Which English monarchs hated their children, or fought against their children. Which English monarchs since 1066 were actually English? I can't tell you much about Megan and Harry though.
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