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Sixth Graders Get Creative in Social Studies

SJS Social Studies teacher Mr. Nugent asked students to create a model of something representing European History from the Fall of the Roman Empire to Modern Day Europe. Students chose the following projects: A guillotine, a Danish Castle, The Globe Theater, Castle of Aragon, The Sistine Chapel, rendition of the Fall of the Byzantine Empire, Catherine of Aragon Genealogy, mosaic of Emperor Justinian, mosaic cross, Vlad the Impaler's Castle, gallows, an Irish family crest, The Vatican, reenactment of Operation Barbarosa, Malbork Castle in Poland, and a drawing of the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Florence. Students were also required to write a paper on their chosen projects and present them to the class. Great job sixth graders!To view the projects, click here.