Ky. students' projects explore world history

01/31/2014 | Winchester Sun (Ky.), The

Seventh-graders in a social studies class in Clark Middle School in Kentucky explored how people used to live in ancient cultures around the world and shared their discoveries in the school's library. The students researched topics, such as Egyptian irrigation practices, and made scale models of pyramids, tombs and the Great Wall of China. "They created three questions to gear research toward an ancient culture. They picked a culture they found really interesting and they got to choose whatever topic they wanted of that culture," said social studies teacher Ashley Madison.

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