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Places are cultural artifacts that reflect a particular times or culture. They are central to our understanding of individual cultures and their histories. In this lesson students will examine how different cultures and time periods have shaped the natural habitat of the King’s Highway in Hobcaw...more

Grade:
3, 8
Subject:
Social Studies
Topic:
Early South Carolinians, Places and Regions in South Carolina, Settlement
Subtopic:
Early European Colonies, Interaction Between People and the Physical Landscape, Native American Tribal Groups, The First People
Lesson type: 
Project Based Lesson

Engaging complex question, problem or challenge. Student-centered investigating and responding, acquiring a deeper knowledge through active exploration and addressing real world issues over an extended period of time. Teacher's role is one of coach, facilitator, guide, advisor, or mentor.

Students will examine and analyze the historical photographs found on the sites, Between the Waters, Georgetown County Digital Library, and the Belle W. Baruch Collection .more

Grade:
8
Subject:
Social Studies, English Language Arts, Visual & Performing Arts
Topic:
Early 20th Century
Subtopic:
Out of the Depression and WWII, The Depression - Hard Times for All, The Twenties, World War I - The Great War
Lesson type: 
1:1 Lesson

Lesson plans for teaching in the 1:1 environment (each student has access to a device). Technology is integrated into the lesson.

The purpose of this lesson is to teach students about African-American education during the early and mid-twentieth century as reflected in the Strawberry School on Hobcaw Barony. Students will also compare and contrast their own school experiences with those of African-American children going...more

Grade:
3, 5
Subject:
Social Studies
Topic:
Domestic and Foreign Developments, Major Developments in SC in the late 19th and 20th Centuries
Subtopic:
Discriminatory laws, Jim Crow Laws and Discriminatory Practices
Lesson type: 
1:1 Lesson

Lesson plans for teaching in the 1:1 environment (each student has access to a device). Technology is integrated into the lesson.