Through this lesson students will be able to recall information on the settlement of South Carolina and the United States by Native Americans and Europeans through a series of summative assessments. Students will also explore the ways in which historians collect this information such as, archeological digs, petroglyphs, and pottery.
Other Instructional Materials or Notes:
Computers with internet access and software to create a classroom presentation.
- Circle of Inheritance: Native Land, Native People video
- Writing Journals
- Sticks, stones, leaves, natural materials
- Georgia Harris website (found in resources)
- Computer access
- Library access
- Poster boards
- 4.1.CO Compare the interactions among cultural groups as a result of European colonization.
- 8.1.CC Analyze the changes and continuities of the Native Americans' experiences prior to and as a result of settlement and colonization.
- This indicator was developed to encourage inquiry into Native American civilizations and cultures prior to European contact and their interactions with Europeans during the period of settlement and colonization, including their efforts to preserve their cultures.
- 8.1.CE Analyze the factors that contributed to the development of South Carolina’s economic system and the subsequent impacts on different populations within the colony.
- This indicator was designed to encourage inquiry into the geographic and human factors that contributed to the development of South Carolina’s economic system. This indicator was also written to encourage inquiry into South Carolina’s distinct social and economic system as influenced by British Barbados.
- 8.1.E Utilize a variety of primary and secondary sources to examine multiple perspectives and influences of the economic, political, and social effects of South Carolina’s settlement and colonization on the development of various forms of government across the colonies.
Lesson Created By: Kelsey Burnett