Eighth graders learn about the 1960s


As eighth grade language art students at the Washington Middle School prepare to read SE Hinton’s “The Outsiders,” they held “mini-lessons,” according to teacher Derrick Lyons to help each other understand the mindset of the 1960s from movies to the Vietnam War. Cameron Brown-Wilson talked about the variety shows from the 60s while members of his group (Alexis Coy, Wesley Hayes and Luke Marsee) tackled important movies, actors, shows and television in general.

As eighth grade language art students at the Washington Middle School prepare to read SE Hinton’s “The Outsiders,” they held “mini-lessons,” according to teacher Derrick Lyons to help each other understand the mindset of the 1960s from movies to the Vietnam War. Cameron Brown-Wilson talked about the variety shows from the 60s while members of his group (Alexis Coy, Wesley Hayes and Luke Marsee) tackled important movies, actors, shows and television in general.


As eighth grade language art students at the Washington Middle School prepare to read SE Hinton’s “The Outsiders,” they held “mini-lessons,” according to teacher Derrick Lyons to help each other understand the mindset of the 1960s from movies to the Vietnam War. Cameron Brown-Wilson talked about the variety shows from the 60s while members of his group (Alexis Coy, Wesley Hayes and Luke Marsee) tackled important movies, actors, shows and television in general.

As eighth grade language art students at the Washington Middle School prepare to read SE Hinton’s “The Outsiders,” they held “mini-lessons,” according to teacher Derrick Lyons to help each other understand the mindset of the 1960s from movies to the Vietnam War. Cameron Brown-Wilson talked about the variety shows from the 60s while members of his group (Alexis Coy, Wesley Hayes and Luke Marsee) tackled important movies, actors, shows and television in general.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/08/web1_IMG_9953.jpgAs eighth grade language art students at the Washington Middle School prepare to read SE Hinton’s “The Outsiders,” they held “mini-lessons,” according to teacher Derrick Lyons to help each other understand the mindset of the 1960s from movies to the Vietnam War. Cameron Brown-Wilson talked about the variety shows from the 60s while members of his group (Alexis Coy, Wesley Hayes and Luke Marsee) tackled important movies, actors, shows and television in general.