Ohio elementary students who are gifted learn about Japan

03/4/2013 | Star Beacon (Ashtabula, Ohio)

Elementary students in the gifted and talented program in the Ashtabula Area City Schools District in Ohio studied Japanese language, literature, culture and history through hands-on projects. The unit included a recent trip to the Ashtabula Arts Center, where students attended a traditional Japanese tea ceremony and made artwork, such paper lanterns and dolls.

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