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When George woke up he was in a jail cell. ’ he asked. ‘You’re in here for trying to steal some chemicals,’ answered the guard. Then George finally realized that he had failed. Because you see, every time you exhale, you become visible of this chemical, and it wears off in half an hour. 3 Just a tramp George had been in jail for so long, that he lost everything he had. He didn’t even have a cent. ’ He went by a restaurant and got a job as a waiter. One day, a drunky came into the restaurant and ordered some wine.
Everyone laughed at Megas. The King ordered Megas be slaved for the insult of the Gods! But just then, the guards came running in. ’After twenty years of planing, the Persians were finally ready. The King sent out more of his armies before the Persians burn more of Greece. Megas was lose, he got some armor on, and then went to fight. The war was still on! Greek temples were being destroyed villages, even cities! Marathon was being destroyed by the Persians. The news came to Athens. Then Athens sent out their war ships to attack the Persians on sea!
We also discussed the expulsion of the Jews and Moors from Spain and their dispersal over Europe and North Africa. The kingdoms of Africa were discussed, as well as events in India, China, Japan and Melanesia. Then we discussed historical ‘importance’ and the need to talk of ‘importance for whom, at what historical moment, for what purpose’. To create a unit like this a teacher has a lot of work to do. There are no textbooks that do the work for you - the sources must be sought, time must be spent on research and planning.