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A Study of the Principles of Kwanzaa
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Discover the seven principles of Kwanzaa and the ways they apply to everyday life. High schoolers use the Internet to research two examples of the principles of Kwanzaa, and share their findings with their peers.
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- Split the class into seven groups, and have each research different examples of how their selected principle plays out in their daily lives or in current events
- Incorporates research skills into the holiday season
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