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Standard 8-1.3

8-1.3 Summarize the history of English settlement in New England, the mid-Atlantic region, and the South, with an emphasis on South Carolina as an example of a distinctly southern colony.

Grade(s): 6, 7, 8

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2011

Type
Beyond Barbados Glossary | Carolina Stories
Beyond Barbados Glossary | Carolina Stories

Document

Part 1: In the Beginning (CLICK FOR VIDEO) Amalgam – A mixture or blend Amerindians – A member of the indigenous peoples of the Americas Barbados – An island country in the Lesser Antilles of the West...
Beyond Barbados, Part 6 - From Whence They Came
Beyond Barbados, Part 6 - From Whence They Came

Video

Gullah is the blending of all the cultures that came together during that horrible time in human history called the Transatlantic Slave Trade. The connection between Barbados and South Carolina is...
Part 6: From Whence They Came
Part 6: From Whence They Came

Lesson

Look around Charleston, the Barbados-Carolina connection is ever present. How “place”, past and present, changed and molded the connection is explored through various aspects of culture. The mixture...

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.

Skyping Through Colonial Settlements
Skyping Through Colonial Settlements

Lesson

The influences of European nations that settled North America as well as the geographic landscape of each region were two of the most impactful factors that led to how the original thirteen colonies...

Diary of a Grain of Rice OR an Indigo Plant
Diary of a Grain of Rice OR an Indigo Plant

Lesson

The mid-1700s saw the rise of plantations across the South and the move from sustenance to cash crops saw a greater dependence on slave labor. The labor-intensive, back-breaking work of planting and...

Charles Town | Palmetto Special
Charles Town | Palmetto Special

Video

A dramatic sequence is included in this wraparound. It is an analogy to the eight Lords Proprietors receiving the grant of Carolina from King Charles II. Five people gather for lunch to discuss a...