Instructor’s Name: Tori Pinciotti

We have learned how people and ideas continuously move and change depending on who they come in contact with. As we continue to study the United States and the oppression of diverse people throughout the land we want to pay close attention to the way freedom is interpreted and experienced. As we progress through this week we hope to gain understanding and appreciation for our personal history, the local history of Princeton and American history. To participate in the Princeton neighborhood study we will conduct research and interviews to discover immigration patterns and our place in this world.

Theme: Freedom

Geared toward ages: 12-14

    Kick off: Student letter writing
    Seminar Title: The fun they had

Discussion Topics: What is freedom?

Group Initiative: Magin Carpet

Project: Presentation & Packet

Outside Opportunity: Princeton Historical walk and Farm experience