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OMS students study trench warfare, create dioramas

In Oswego Middle School Social Studies classes, students have been studying World War I.
After learning about trench warfare and the Western Front, students created their own trench dioramas out of boxes and other craft supplies.
Students included different elements of trenches like dug outs, artillery and no man's land.
“This was a great hands-on activity which showcased their knowledge of this military warfare, but also allowed students to add their own creative touches,” said OMS social studies instructor Kathryn Clancy.

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