For many students, thinking back further than their own parents, or at the most, their grandparents, is a difficult task. Asking them to chart out their family tree becomes an interesting web-like chart filled with numerous branches that a more mature person is quite certain is not possible, at least not legally! If you are trying to teach your students the concept of genealogy and tracking their family history, but are struggling to make it stick with abstract examples, why not invest in a class subscription to Ancestry.com?
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