The second lesson plan provides students with the opportunity to learn about the relationship between Native Americans and Christopher Columbus through the use of Document Based Questions, or a DBQ. Students will analyze central ideas presented in primary sources focused on European exploration and colonization.
European Exploration, Trade and Colonization For Teachers 7th - 12th Students complete many activities including mapping, reading books, and Internet research to learn about European exploration. In this European lesson plan, students study geographical mapping, trade, and colonization.
Plan your lesson in Government and Civics and Map Skills and Knowledge with helpful tips from teachers like you. SWBAT identify the motivations of European countries in forming colonies. SWBAT list 3 reasons why people moved to North American colonies.
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The TIME WARP TRIO lesson plans (one per episode) are geared to grades 4-6. Each one has a brief overview of the relevant historical time period, creative ways to help students get excited about history while they strengthen their academic skills, handouts, ideas about how to connect the lesson with what you are already teaching, NCSS and NCTE/IRA curriculum standards alignments, and theme ...
1.3 - European Colonization (Spanish, French, Dutch, English) AP US History students are expected to be familiar with the non-English European nations that colonized the Americas ( Key Concepts 1.2 & 2.1 ) and be able to describe the way that each colonizing nation interactive with the Native Americans they encountered
High School Lesson Plans. Browse the entire collection of High School Lesson Plans. ... Students will produce a tri-fold brochure encouraging travel in a European ...
The French and Indian War, also called the Seven Years War by the English, was part of a major struggle between European powers. It took place both across the continents of Europe and North America and involved France, England, Russia, Prussia, Spain, and others.