Hurst primary studies

From staff and wire reports

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Isabella Lucurto, Brice Joseph, Karen Naquin, Cierra Stansbury and Mia Burks.
Isabella Lucurto, Brice Joseph, Karen Naquin, Cierra Stansbury and Mia Burks.
Students in Karen Naquin’s 6th grade social studies class studyiedpictures to determine which sources are considered primary and which sources are considered secondary.

Student groups traveled within the classroom to different learning centers to investigate a variety of sources.




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