Students researched information about Hernando De Soto and document important facts about his life and impact on Native Civilizations.
Today students read the "Mississippian Period: Overview" article from the Georgia Encyclopedia. Students used the SQP2RS method to extract key information about this period. Students were required to survey the text, create questions, make predictions, read, and take notes based on the culture, food, weapons/tools, and shelter of the Mississippians. Click the link below for the SQP2RS document.
I am super excited to see the brilliant, gorgeous, talented, and fabulous projects you will produce for our culminating activity in this unit for Georgia's geography. Attached to this post you will find the instructions for the 3D/Interactive project.
Use the attached PowerPoint for study purposes! Also remember to take the virtual field trips!
Today students used resources to complete a map activity. Students were required to label important regions and physical features to help in their understanding of Georgia's diverse geography. The materials we used today are attached below.
Today we learned about Georgia's location in terms of hemispheres, continent, nation, and region. Students used the Cornell notes template to input key words and mini maps. The documents used in class are attached below.