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Advanced Learning

Program For Fourth-, Fifth-, Sixth-Graders Offers Enrichment Opportunities

November 6, 2011
The Post-Journal

"Take a minute with B and B! Welcome to our show. Today, we will talk about 'Jack Jack Attack' and 'Matar and the Ghostlight,' two short films from Pixar," said Jefferson Middle School sixth-graders Hunter Bogey and Braden Higbee as fellow student Sydney Robinson filmed their critique during "Critic's Corner," a class taught by Stacy Monroe. The class is offered as part of the Advanced Learning Program (ALP) in the Jamestown Public Schools. In "Critic's Corner," students study many different types of entertainment including poems, books, comic strips, artwork and movies, looking in-depth at each one and expressing their opinion, both in writing and verbally.

 
 
 

 

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