J.B Martin students remember the Holocaust

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March 05, 2008 at 11:13 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

MEMORIES. J.B. Martin Students Jordan Dang, Ashley Estay and Bresha Dumas commemorate the Holocaust with their language arts presentation.
MEMORIES. J.B. Martin Students Jordan Dang, Ashley Estay and Bresha Dumas commemorate the Holocaust with their language arts presentation.
Students in Stacy Neighbors and Heather Dey’s language arts classes at J.B. Martin presented student-written Holocaust children’s books and personal narratives in two publishing ceremonies, The Memories are the Past Relived to Learn for Our Future and The Hope in the Face of Despair.

Students had the option of either writing an expository research paper on a person associated with the Holocaust which would be then transformed into a children’s book or a personal narrative piece that honed in on one memory from our past that made a true impact on their lives. View more pictures online at www.heraldguide.com. Photo by Colette Lottinger.

 

Pictured is Lyle Williams, assitant librarian with Darrell Hunter, seventh grade advisory student.
       



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