Jamestown 1629

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"Jamestown 1629" explores the social and economic structures of both the Indigenous population and the English colonists.

 

THEME: Gender 

SOCIAL STUDIES DOMAIN: Economics

GRADE LEVEL: 9+

 

"Jamestown 1629" Teacher's Guide includes background information, curriculum framework alignment,* essential questions, expected outcomes, intersections with concurrent events, and connections to today's world. Four (4) lesson plans are framed within History UnErased's Inquiry Arc for contextualized pedagogy and anchored in primary source analysis. 

 

Resources and Materials in Student Handouts

Student handouts are offered in printer-friendly grayscale for classroom reproducibles.

 

Activating Prior Knowledge Visual Analysis 

Timeline of Jamestown Colony

Gender in Colonial Jamestown Slideshow

Comparing Conceptions of Gender Cognitive Organizer

Primary Sources and Primary Source Analysis Tool

Thomas/Thomasine Hall Case Study

Assessment and Rubric

 

"Hidden Identities" complementing visual history instructional poster is available at the UnErased Store (posters are compatible with screen readers for the vision impaired)

 

*Aligned with Massachusetts History and Social Science Curriculum Framework (2018), National Council for the Social Studies Standards, and UCLA History: National Center for History in the Schools Standards.

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