Using the White-Debry 1590 map and the John Smith map of 1612, students learn how different and unreliable maps were at the time. Use this activity to get students taking a more indepth view of maps from the Colonial Period. This is a good, introductory lesson on cartography.
It is appropriate for 4th through 7th grade, special education, and ELL.
BONUS: All activities come with a modified version for even your lowest reader!
ADDITIONAL JAMESTOWN COMPANION RESOURCES YOU MIGHT CONSIDER:
Everything Jamestown: Photo Writing Prompts
Jamestown Unit for the Inclusion Classroom
Jamestown Unit for the Inclusion Class contains Roanoke and Jamestown: Using Primary Resources to Learn About the Past, both the Powhatan Indian Writing Prompts and Everything Jamestown Photo Writing Prompts; and includes over 300 pages of instructional materials to include closed notes, activities, study guides, 9 foldables, the Powhatan assessments, and much, much, more! This unit aligns to the Virginia History Standards as well as the Common Core. This unit will keep your children busy for 6 weeks! Included are modified activities for your ESL/ELL learners and special needs students.
Jamestown Unit Bundle 4 Favorite Jamestown Activities (BONUS: Roanoke Skit)
Jamestown Social Studies Assessment: Hardship of the Settlers
Jamestown Unit Bundle 1 Foldables
Back in Time to Jamestown: A Skit
Jamestown Hardships: A Cut and Paste Activity
Powhatan Indian Unit
Powhatan Indians Unit Bundle