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HistoryTeacher: Winter Holiday History “Carol”

The concept of this lesson is to choose a historical person, topic, or event and fit the historical information into a Christmas, Chanukah, or Kwanzaa song.
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The concept of this lesson is to choose a historical person, topic, or event and fit the historical information into a Christmas, Chanukah, or Kwanzaa song. The directions are very clear and easy to follow. Some examples of “carols” written for this assignment are provided so your students can get a good idea of how to approach the project. Consider a group sing-along when all the assignments are turned in.

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