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Jamestown 1607-1610

Jamestown 1607-1610
Jamestown 1607-1610
Jamestown 1607-1610
Jamestown 1607-1610
Jamestown 1607-1610
Jamestown 1607-1610
Jamestown 1607-1610
Jamestown 1607-1610
Product Description
1607 - a triangle fort - settlers vs. Indians -- that’s what most students remember about Jamestown. But there’s much more to the story. How can students get a handle on this first colony, which marked the beginning of the American experience? This 24-slide presentation can help you teach this turning point in American history - it is backed up with 5 pages of detailed notes that describe:
The Voyage
The Settlers
Mistakes made by the Colonists
The Fort
The Buildings
Relationships with Indians
Contributions of Captain John Smith
The Pocahontas Legend
Hardships During the Starving Time
The Survival of the Colony
While students are settling down to watch the slideshow, the title slide plays Dvorak’s Jupiter Symphony, and the symphony is repeated on the last slide. The slide show is available as both an Apple Keynote and a Microsoft Powerpoint. It is suitable for any grades that learn Colonial American history.

Jamestown 1607-1610 by Diane Yale-Peabody is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
Total Pages
29 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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