School has a way turning people, especially children, off to learning. History is one subject that can go either way, some like and some do not.
Here is a challenge: List the names of empires you learned about in school and list the ones what you actually liked learning about?
Some like to learn how emperors conquered land and people by herifigic means and other like the cutting-edge technology that emperors used to destroy or build things.
The show Engineering An Empire hits both the herifigic and the cutting-edge in its episodes. It covers the empires of the Romans, Byzantines, Aztecs, and more. It lets people learn about the good and the bad which the empire did. The show tells how the events and actions of one or more emperors in an empire changed the world, as we know it.
The show is great for adults, teens, and children, but some parts may need to senored for young children. But history is history and children need to learn it.
History can be fun and watching one episode of Engineering An Empire has turned me, back, into the history loving person I am.
After all events in history are all around us. It is better to know what is going on now and what went on in the past, so that we can make the world a better place.