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N.J. social studies teachers use art, history to teach about the Civil War

NCSS SmartBrief | Jun 01, 2015

A New Jersey middle school's teachers are using art, history, literature and culture to teach seventh-graders about the Civil War and violence throughout history. Students were challenged to think about conflict and loss, which teachers say inspired students to connect emotionally with the topic of war. The Hudson Reporter (N.J.) (05/31)


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