English Language Arts
Reading - Informational Text
Reason contextually and abstractly
Examine context to broaden inquiry
Gather/evaluate information from primary/secondary sources
Meaning and Context-Cite evidence to support analysis
Meaning and Context-Engage in a range of collaborative discussions
Meaning and Context-Prepare for and engage in conversations
Meaning and Context-Provide objective summary
Meaning and Context-Quote/paraphrase information without plagiarizing
Meaning, Context, and Craft-Write informative/explanatory text
Principles of Reading-Read with purpose and understanding
Quantities in real-world situations
The Colonial Economy
Access to Internet through iPads, tablets, computer, or other devices
Headphones for devices (if videos are watched on devices)
Presentation/infographic apps (suggestions: PowerPoint, Prezi, Moovly, Adobe Voice, Shadow Puppet, Venngage, Easel.ly)
NOTE: In a 1:1 technology supported classroom, all of the following instructional materials can be accessed on personal devices if stored in one shared folder, such as Google Drive or One Drive.
- Sentence strips or adding machine paper
- Chart paper
- Chart markers
Prosperity for South Carolina
In this series of learning experiences, students will gather information from primary source documents and media in order to develop an understanding of how early South Carolinians used their natural, human and political resources to gain economic prosperity. Students will explore and gather evidence in order to explain how the cultivation of rice and indigo, and the connections with the people of Barbados and West Africa produced economic success for South Carolina.
In what ways did the cultivation of rice and indigo and the connections to Barbados and West Africa create a prosperous economy for South Carolina?