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In this course we learned about some famous (and maybe not so famous) places in the US, especially Washington State parks. Students taught us about places in the United States they were interested in and the teacher taught us about places in Washington State.
We learned about the United States and Washington State by using our textbook, getting materials from travel agencies and the National Park Service, talking to Americans, using the library and the Internet.
We took some trips, including a trip to the wonderful and unique Olympic Peninsula. Students practiced all language skills by reading about places, talking to Americans, and planning trips for themselves and making presentations for their classmates.
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