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TAHOE, Calif. and#8212; Ms. Tierneyand#8217;s seventh and eighth grade Two Way Immersion students did a project expressing their family heritage. Each student made a doll and dressed it up in the traditional clothing from countries all around the world, including Italy, Ireland, Argentina, Canada, Mexico Greece, Australia, and Sweden. Students researched and wrote about the customs and traditions of the country. The students created the dolls and dressed the dolls in traditional clothing.

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