A history-learning performance
Sayre School fourth-grade students performed African-American spirituals and recited original poetry at First Presbyterian Church on Feb. 25. The presentation was the culmination of a multidisciplinary unit about slavery and the Underground Railroad. The unit included art, creative writing, history, several biographies about Harriet Tubman, and a visit to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati.
A history-learning performance Sayre School fourth-grade students performed African-American spirituals and recited original poetry at First Presbyterian Church on Feb. 25. The presentation was the culmination of a multidisciplinary unit about slavery and the Underground Railroad. The unit included art, creative writing, history, several biographies about Harriet Tubman, and a visit to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati.
A history-learning performance Sayre School fourth-grade students performed African-American spirituals and recited original poetry at First Presbyterian Church on Feb. 25. The presentation was the culmination of a multidisciplinary unit about slavery and the Underground Railroad. The unit included art, creative writing, history, several biographies about Harriet Tubman, and a visit to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati.

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March 09, 2011 12:00 AM

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