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A.H. Stephens State Park
Amicalola Falls State Park and Lodge
Black Rock Mountain State Park
Bobby Brown State Outdoor Recreation Area
Chattahoochee Bend State Park
Chief Vann House State Historic Site
Cloudland Canyon State Park
Crooked River State Park
Dahlonega Gold Museum State Historic Site
Don Carter State Park
Elijah Clark State Park
Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site
F.D. Roosevelt State Park
Florence Marina State Park
Fort King George State Historic Site
Fort McAllister State Park
Fort Morris State Historic Site
Fort Mountain State Park
Fort Yargo State Park
General Coffee State Park
George L. Smith State Park
George T. Bagby State Park and Lodge
Georgia Veterans State Park and Resort
Gordonia-Alatamaha State Park
Hamburg State Outdoor Recreation Area
Hard Labor Creek State Park
Hart State Outdoor Recreation Area
High Falls State Park
Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation State Historic Site
Indian Springs State Park
James H. (Sloppy) Floyd State Park
Jarrell Plantation State Historic Site
Jefferson Davis Historic Site
Kolomoki Mounds State Park
Lapham-Patterson House Historic Site
Laura S. Walker State Park
Little Ocmulgee State Park and Lodge
Magnolia Springs State Park
Mistletoe State Park
Moccasin Creek State Park
New Echota State Historic Site
Panola Mountain State Park
Picketts Mill Battlefield State Historic Site
Providence Canyon State Outdoor Recreation Area
Red Top Mountain State Park
Reed Bingham State Park
Reynolds Mansion on Sapleo Island
Richard B. Russell State Park
Robert Toombs House Historic Site
Roosevelt's Little White House State Historic Site
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Sapelo Island Reserve
Seminole State Park
Skidaway Island State Park
Smithgall Woods State Park
Stephen C. Foster State Park
Suwannee River Eco-Lodge
Sweetwater Creek State Park
Tallulah Gorge State Park
Traveler's Rest State Historic Site
Tugaloo State Park
Unicoi State Park and Lodge
Victoria Bryant State Park
Vogel State Park
Watson Mill Bridge State Park
Wormsloe State Historic Site
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Quality Core Objectives used by the State of Georgia have been correlated with key concepts and activities students may encounter in a visit to Fort King George 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 and have included examples of math and art. Our nature walk and general site would be conducive to biological and environmental sciences, particularly. Let us help ensure a multidisciplinary and multilevel learning experience for your students.
Describes the impact of climate and physical environment on the lifestyles of Eastern Woodlands Indians.
Compares and contrasts the explorations of Spain, England during 14th and 15rh centuries.
Compares and contrasts early colonial settlements in the Southern colonies as to climate, physical features, settler's origin,
motivation, forms of government and use of natural resources.
Describes the settlement in Georgia led by Oglethorpe.
Classifies the original thirteen colonies by regions.
Identifies the sources of dissatisfaction that led to the American Revolution.
Distinguishes between loyalists and the patriots.
Describes the contributions of key individuals in the American Revolution.
Identifies and describes different types of regions found within the US that can be categorized according to climatic, physical, cultural and economic.
Identifies physical regions within the United States And major physical features of each region.
Distinguishes between political and physical maps.
Identifies the location of Georgia in relation to region using maps and other geographic tools and technology.
Locates and describes the geographic regions of Georgia (coastal plain) and identifies physical process that formed them.
Identifies geographical factors and explains how they have influenced Georgia's exploration, settlement and economic development.
Traces Spanish and English exploration and rivalry from the discovery of the New World up to the colonization of Georgia.
Explains the impact of Spanish and English conquest on the Indian civilizations of North America and the impact of the Indian civilizations on the European settlers.
Describes the Indian nations and tribes living in Georgia and their relationships with the English colonists.
Analyzes factors in both England and North America that led to Great Britain to create the colonies of North America and identifies and describes settlement patterns of the early colonists.
Evaluates the three major reasons for the founding of the colony of Georgia.
Compares and contrasts political, economic and socio-religious development of the Southern colonies. Describes how the different physical and religious environments provided opportunities for or placed constraints on human activities.
Analyzes attitudes in Georgia toward independence from England and summarizes Georgia's role in the Revolutionary War.
Examines and analyzes political, economic, social, demographic and cultural characteristics of ante-bellum Georgia.
Analyzes Georgia's role in the Civil War and outlines the impact of the war on the state and nation.
Explains the political, economic and social impact of Reconstruction policies on Georgia from 1865-1877.
Interprets environmental and geographic issues in Georgia and analyzes the future effects of possible responses to these issues.
Locates ideas in multiple types of sources.
Takes notes and develops outlines through reading, listening or viewing.
Develops and interprets graphic aids.
Distinguishes between primary and secondary sources and determines respective uses.
Analyzes interpretations of the same event from multiple sources.
Formulates questions related to topic.
Collects evidence using appropriate, reliable data.
Identifies areas for further studies.
Formulates and defends positions on an issue.
Places related events in chronological order.
Uses indefinite time concepts as past, future, meanwhile.
Analyzes and uses a variety of maps for information about an area.
Uses physical maps of Georgia and the Southeast to explain historical and current events.
Uses the map legend to interpret the special use of symbols that presents various kinds of information.
Demonstrates how scale can be expressed in different ways or as a representative fraction.
Identifies and describes the native inhabitants the Europeans the Europeans in the New World.
Identifies the factors that led to the colonization of the continent of the continent of North America.
Identifies and analyzes the social, political, religious and economic patterns that developed in the American colonies.
Explains the causes of the American Revolution (1763-1775).
Describes the major events, military campaigns and influential persons of the American Revolution. Develops and beliefs and values profile.
Compares patterns of agricultural development in different in different regions as they relate to natural resources, markets trade.
Formulates historical questions and defends findings based on inquiry and interpretation. Analyzes documents, records, and data (such as artifacts, diaries, letters, photographs, journals, newspapers, historical accounts, etc.).
Develops skills in discussion, debate, and persuasive writing with respect to enduring issues and determines how divergent viewpoints have been addressed and reconciled.
Translates dates into centuries.
Makes timeline sequencing a series of events.
Uses annotated timelines to relate people and events.
Formulates generalizations and conclusions about time in studying the development of U.S. history.
Relates past to present in the study of change and continuity.
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