Lesson details

3, 8

Social Studies


Early South Carolinians



England's Colonies

Role of Africans in the Culture and Economy

The Colonial Economy

Recommended Technology: 

Internet access
White board or projector to project group work and topics
Tablets or laptops for individual and group work

Part 6: From Whence They Came

Less than 1 hour
Lesson type: 
1:1 Lesson
Lesson overview: 

Look around Charleston, the Barbados-Carolina connection is ever present. How “place”, past and present, changed and molded the connection is explored through various aspects of culture. The mixture of culture and place gave Barbados and Charleston a wonderfully unique flavor.


Essential Question: 

How can the concept of “place” be explained through social interactions?

Driving Question: Place creates connectivity. How are the “places” of Barbados and Charleston currently reflective of the social interactions that created them?


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Lesson created by:
Lisa Ray and Lewis Huffman
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