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Standard 8-1.2

8-1.2 Compare the motives, activities, and accomplishments of the exploration of South Carolina and North America by the Spanish, French, and English.

Grade(s): 6, 7, 8

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2011

Type
Settlement of South Carolina
Settlement of South Carolina

Lesson

Curriculum resources, i.e. media, web and handouts, teachers can use to support standards related to: The settlement of South Carolina.

Circle of Inheritance: Native Land, Native People
Circle of Inheritance: Native Land, Native People

Lesson

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...

Horses As Heroes - Marsh Tackies
Horses As Heroes - Marsh Tackies

Lesson

"The ancestry of East Coast barrier island wild horse breeds traces back to Spanish explorers, who were adept at the use of horses for travel, work and war. Questions remain as to whether the horses...

Charlesfort | Palmetto Heritage
Charlesfort | Palmetto Heritage

Video

In this story, in the year 1562, Jacques and Rouffi have sailed to the new world on an expedition to establish a colony for French Protestants (Huguenots). The Huguenot colony was settled on what is...
Colonists Wanted!
Colonists Wanted!

Lesson

As a result of the explorations of the Spanish, French, and English, there was much competition to settle permanent colonies in the New World. There were many hardships (such as disease, climate...

Charlesfort | Palmetto Special
Charlesfort | Palmetto Special

Video

This episode goes from Columbia to Parris Island in Beaufort County. Parris Island today is the home of a large Marine Corps training base. There is a monument there, similar in the design to one...
Charlesfort | Project Discovery Revisited
Charlesfort | Project Discovery Revisited

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Archaeologists with the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology are working to uncover the site formerly known as Charlesfort, the settlement established by Huguenots seeking refuge...