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English 10H visits Frontier Culture Museum

Angel Hendrix, Online Managing Editor

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All of the cooking is done outside.

The English 10H classes have been reading “Things Fall Apart” by Chinua Achebe. It takes place in Nigeria and focuses on the Ibo culture. In order for students to get a better understanding of the book, they took a trip to the Frontier Culture Museum and got the chance to experience the lifestyle of the Ibo. First semester classes went back in Dec. https://www.hhsmedia.com/17554/showcase/english-10-classes-take-field-trip-to-frontier-culture-museum/.

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