Students will complete the steps of the project, choosing a Role, an Audience, a Format, and a Topic. The purpose is to creatively demonstrate their knowledge of SS8H7. Aligned to the NEW Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE).
A great project that gets students to Speak, Write, Illustrate, Read, and Listen (SWIRL) all while providing differentiation. Can be used in Inquiry Based or Traditional classroom. Covers Colonial Georgia, GSE SS8H2
A resource for GSE SS8H7a on Henry Grady and his vision for the New South. Students read excerpts from his "New South" speech and either answer them together as a class for Direct Instruction or Guided Practice, or complete it as a worksheet for
Print it out, Make a Poster, use it as a handout in an interactive notebook, Use it as your actual presentation. This Graphic Flow covers all major content for SS8H2b about James Oglethorpe and his friendship with Tomochichi and Mary Musgrove and