Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites


Quality Core Curriculum Objectives used by the State of Georgia have been correlated with key concepts and activities students may encounter in a visit to Howfyl State Historic Site. Those for social studies in grades 4, 8 and 11 have been identified. The staff will be happy to assist in the development of lessons and activities which focus on other content areas as well. Our nature walk and general site would be conducive to biological and environmental sciences, particularly. Let us help ensure a multi-disciplinary and multi-level learning experience for your students. We invite your input.


QCC OBJECTIVES

CONCEPT GRADE AREA QCC #

Demonstrates how unequal distribution of limited resources leads to specialization . . .

4 Economics 4
Compares and contrasts early colonial settlements in . . . Southern Colonies as to climate . . . use of natural resources. 4 History 12
Identifies and describes different types of regions found within the US that can be categorized according to climatic, physical political, cultural and economic. 4 Geography 5, 6
Distinguishes between political and physical maps. 4 Geography 7
Classifies the original 13 colonies by regions 4 History 14
Compares and contrasts different lifestyles in the colonies during the 18th century from the perspectives of large landowners, farmers, artisans, women, indentured servants, and slaves 4 History 18
Explains the social and economic impats of technology on society during the 18th and 19th centuries 4 History 26
Identifies casues, key events, and effects of the Civil War 4 History 27
Describes and illustrates how periods in history were reflected through music, art and literature. 4 History 28
Gathers information through reading, listening, observing and surveying 4 S.S. Skills 29
Locates and utilizes information from a variety of sources. . . 4 S.S. Skills 30
Arranges time-related events into chronological order, using timelines when feasible. 4 S.S. Skills 32
Determines sequence of events and identifies cause and effect 4 S.S. Skills 33
Analyzes and interprets. . . diagrams and photographs to answer sekected questions at varying levels of difficulty 4 S.S. Skills 34
Selects and discusses the main idea from a reading passage or listening activity. 4 S.S. Skills 36
Analyzes information from two or more sources for agreements contradictions facts and opinions. 4 S.S. Skills 39
Works in a group. 4 S.S. Skills 46
Uses definite time concepts. . . yesterday 4 S.S. Skills 51
Uses indefinite time concepts, such as long ago, before, after. 4 S.S. Skills 52
Examines a map's content and title to determine it's purpose. 4 S.S. Skills 54
Uses map keys to interpret a variety of maps 4 S.S. Skills 57
Combines scale and direction to locate features on a map 4 S.S. Skills 58
Explains that a map scale compares a map distance with a real distance on the earth 4 S.S. Skills 60
Uses map scale to measure distance between two places. 4 S.S. Skills 61
Uses map keys to differentiate betwen natural and cultural features on the earth's surface. 4 S.S. Skills 62
Identifies the location of Georgia in relation to region, nation. . . and world using maps, and other geographic tools and technology. 8 Social Studies 1
Locates and describes geographic regions of Georgia(. . . coastal plain) and identifies physical process that formed them. 8 Social Studies 2
Identifies important geographical features of Georgia and describes ecosystems present in each. 8 Social Studies 3
Identifies geographical factors and explains how they have influenced Georgia's exploration, settlement and economic development. 8 Social Studies 5
Compares and contrasts political, economic and socio-religious development of the . . . Southern colonies. Discusses how the diferent physical . . . environments provided opportunities or placed constraints on human activities. 8 Social Studies 12
Examines and analyzes political, economic, social, demographic and cultrual characteristics of antebellum Georgia 8 Social Studies 24
Describes views about states' rights and slavery and aalyzes reasons for secession. 8 Social Studies 25
Analyzes Georgia's role in the Civil War and outlines the impact of the war on the state and the nation 8 Social Studies 26
Explains the political, economic and social impact of Reconstruction policies on Georgia and other southern states from 1865-1877. 8 Social Studies 27
Describes events and conditions that affected Georgia's economy during the early 20th Century. . . 8 Social Studies 32
Analyzes how investment in transportation, communication, education and technology have influenced growth and development within Georgia. 8 Social Studies 38
Examines and analyzes the political. . . changes in Georgia since World War II. 8 Social Studies 39
Identifies contributions made by various ethnic groups to the development of Georgia ~~ past and present. 8 Social Studies 41
Interprets environmental and geographic issues in Georgia and analyzes the future effects of possible responses to these isssues. 8 Social Studies 51
Takes notes and develops outlines through reading. . . 8 Social Studies 53
Develops and interprets charts, tables. . . and other graphic aids. 8 Social Studies 54
Distinguishes between primary and secondary sources and determines respective uses. 8 Social Studies 55
Analyzes interpretations of the same event from multiple types of sources. 8 Social Studies 56
Classifies ideas according to frame of reference, ideology or Bias of different writers or speakers. 8 Social Studies 57
Formulates questions related to topic. 8 Social Studies 59
Collects evidence using appropriate, reliable data. 8 Social Studies 63
Places related events in chronological order. 8 Social Studies 72
Uses indefinite time concepts such as past, future, meanwhile. 8 Social Studies 73
Analyzes and uses a variety of maps and globes for information about an area. 8 Social Studies 77
Uses physical maps of Georgia and the Southeast to explain historical and current events. 8 Social Studies 80
Uses the map legend to interpret the special use of symbols. . . 8 Social Studies 82
Demonstrates how scale can be expressed in different ways. 8 Social Studies 83
Identifies factors that led to the colonization of North America 11 US History 2
Identifies and analyzes the social, political, religious and economic patterns that developed in the American colonies. 11 US History 3
Traces and describes the growth of a nation 11 US History 13
Identifies and examines the industrial and transportation improvements from 1820-1860. 11 US History 17
Analyzes the social, political and economic results of Reconstruction. 11 US History 21
Describes and analyzes social changes in the U.S. from 1870-1910. 11 US History 24
Compares patterns of agricultural and industrial development in different regions as they relate to natural resource, markets and trade. 11 Skills 41
Formulates historical questions and defends findings based on inquiry and interpretation. Analyzes documents, records, and data. 11 Skills 44
Develops skills in discussion, debate, and persuasive writing with respect to enduring issus and determines how divergent viewpoints have been addressed and reconciled. 11 Skills 46
Translates dates into centuries. 11 Skills 47
Makes timelines sequencing a series of events. 11 Skills 48
Formulates generalizations and conclusions about time in studying the development of US History. 11 Skills 51
Relates past to present in the study of change and continuity. 11 Skills 52


 
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