Chapter two moves through South Carolina history from the early European explorers to the age of pirates.
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Tablets/Computers with internet access
by Nancy Roberts
Mystery of the Pirate’s Treasure
by Idella F. Bodie
The Mystery of Blackbeard the Pirate
by Carole Marsh
by Neil Wechter and Bruce Tucker
- 3-2 The student will demonstrate an understanding of the exploration and settlement of South Carolina.
- The inhabitants of the early Carolina colony included native, immigrant, and enslaved peoples. To understand how these various groups interacted to form a new and unique culture, the student will utilize the knowledge and skills set forth in the follo...
- This indicator allows students to work with maps and mapping tools to show where migration, as described in the previous indicator, affects populations in both sending and receiving locations.
- 3.5.3.HS Investigate and explain the economic, social, political, and environmental motivations behind human migration and how places can change as a result.
- 3.5.2.AG Use maps and other geographic representations to identify exploration patterns throughout Earth history.
- 3.5.1.HS Investigate and explain the economic, social, and political motivations behind human exploration of Earth.
- 3.5.4.AG Use maps and other geographic representations to identify how migration patterns affect people and places.
- This indicator was written to promote inquiry into the unique development of ethnic, political, and religious identities in the New England, Mid-Atlantic, and Southern colonies.
- This indicator was developed to promote inquiry into how South Carolina developed as a result of the relationship among various ethnic, political, and religious groups.
- 4.1.E Analyze multiple perspectives on the economic, political, and social developments of British North America and South Carolina.