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What is a history lesson?

Hello ACPTR. Today I thought I would teach you cadets what a history lesson is and what you should be doing there. Although most of you are thinking “You learn about history duh”,  there is actually a lot more information you might want to know to be ready for your next History lesson.

First off cadets you need to pay a lot of attention to History Lessons. Most of the time for your final test you will a lot of History questions. Also during the lesson be sure to get involved. If you don’t understand something ask one of the staff members. If they are in the middle of explaining something then just PC them and wait for them to reply. Be sure that you understand everything before leaving the ACPTR chat room.

Be sure to ask questions if you don’t understand

Next here are a few things you will learn about in a history class:

  • Important eras of ACP and ACPTR
  • Important wars throughout CP armies that we were involved with
  • Some important leaders in ACP
  • Some important leaders in ACPTR
  • And some other important stuff that has affected ACP.

I hope this post helped you guys understand the basics about what a history lesson is. You are now ready for your next history lesson!

~Tes7, Retired ACPTR leader

3 Responses

  1. Nice mini lesson post.

  2. Thx for the nice post 🙂

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