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Answered 2020-11-09 09:06:12
  1. Share your sources. Ask your audience questions and get them looking at the evidence.

  2. Make a personal connection. I wrote about personal primary sources a bit ago.

  3. Introduce the unexpected. There is power in the unexpected.

  4. Never forget people stories. History is about stories and emotion.

  5. Find ways to convey your joy.

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Answered 2012-12-23 17:33:43

Well to make something that seems boring into something that is fun, turn history into something you like doing instead. For example, my cousin loves football but is horrible at English so he does things like use football players names (how?) and turns football into English.

I like to research my family tree then relate family dates with an historical date. For example, my paternal great grandfather was born in 1867, George Armstrong Custer was killed at Little Bighorn in 1876. So, my great grandfather would have read (or been read to) newspaper accounts of the event at the age of 9. In other words, he would have been experiencing the event (and its backlash) when it happened.

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