North Carolina History is a State-Aligned Resource that uses Nonfictional Informational Text to teach students about Native Americans in North Carolina, Explorers, the North Carolina Colony, the French and Indian War, the American Revolution, Statehood, North Carolina's Government, and so much more!
North Carolina History includes NINE COMPLETE lessons. For less than $2.45 per lesson, we've packed this Bundle with all of the Content and engaging hands-on activities that students need to learn about North Carolina History:
• Questions after each of the 9 lessons to assess Informational Text Comprehension
• thought-provoking Discussion Questions to encourage Critical Thinking
• Reference Mapping Skills using Cardinal and Intermediate Directions
• using Number Coordinates to solve puzzles and plot points on a Grid
• North Carolina History Time Lines using Picture Cues-great for ELL Students!
• Creative and Expository Writing-We take students through entire Writing Process
• How-to-Draw and How-to-Make activities that require Functional Text Comprehension
• Vocabulary Quizzes
The North Carolina Colony
The French and Indian War
The Proclamation Line
The American Revolution
North Carolina's Statehood
North Carolina's Government
The Civil War
We've included a context-appropriate Glossary, Answer Pages, and Grading Rubrics for the higher level Writing activities.
Download the North Carolina History Preview to see the complete Table of Contents, Lesson Plans, Standard Alignment, and sample lessons and activities.
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SOUTHEAST INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK BUNDLE~12 COMPLETE LESSONS + AUDIO
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