History can be a challenging subject to study. In addition to the memorization of dates, names and other facts, an understanding of cause and effect is required and parallels must often be drawn to both historical and modern-day events. It can be confusing for students who do not have a passion for long-ago moments in time. We can help. Bright Hub Education has compiled a large resource of history fact sheets, study guides and other homework help, written and reviewed by teachers and educators, as well as those who pursued history in college or in their careers. These authors try to help you sort out the details of historical events beyond dates and times in order to make your history assignments just a little bit easier.
Dating back to Roman times, the public bathhouse was a place for socializing, washing and business. Hamams are the Turkish version of the public bath, and no trip to Turkey is complete without a visit to one.
In this article, we continue our overview of how the religious climate changed when the American Revolution stopped the governing influence that the Church of England had established. ESL students will learn how the religious culture of early America affected the fight for independence from England.
In this article we are going to discuss how religious beliefs affected the developing culture of early America in positive and negative ways. Find out more about why the entities of church and state were ultimately separated by the U.S. Constitution.
Why does Christianity permeate today’s American culture?
In this article we will look at the beginnings of this history to help ESL students better understand what created the current religious climate in America.