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John Marshall Fourth Graders Recreate Historical Figures

Fri, 04/02/2021 - 09:28
Amy Falkenhan

Fourth graders at John M. Marshall Elementary School celebrated both Black History Month and Women’s History Month by studying nonfiction writing and recreating in person some of the most famous characters from world history, from Amelia Earhart to Muhammed Ali and Galileo to Anne Frank.

"As teachers we encourage students to research individuals who they have not heard of before, or individuals who lived during a time period of interest," the fourth grade teachers wrote in an email. "We also tried to steer the students towards individuals who impacted the world in some way."

 


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