N.Y. teachers create holiday-themed lessons

12/24/2013 | Observer-Dispatch (Utica, N.Y.)

With the holidays approaching, educators in some schools in New York say they have been working to engage students and keep them on track by integrating holiday themes into their lessons. One teacher taught students that Christmas trees are conifers -- not deciduous trees. In other schools, the holiday season has been a time for staff and students to focus on giving back to others.

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