6th Grade Humanities

by Cody

We’re nearing the end of the year in humanities and things are heating up. Students are gaining experience standing and delivering persuasive speeches on all sorts of ethical dilemmas in preparation for their end of year BioEthics Research papers. Students are also reflecting on how they’ve grown as readers this year and are preparing a stand and deliver book report on the books they’ve been reading, the connections they’ve been making, and the final grades they give each book they present to their peers. Last but not least, 6th graders will be teaming up with peers to shine a spotlight on ancient civilizations that have impacted our modern world!
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