• Sunrise over the Fort George River in the Timucuan Preserve.

    Timucuan

    Ecological & Historic Preserve Florida

Teacher Workshop 2008 Lessons

These lesson plans were created at the Kingsley Plantation Teacher Training and Curriculum Writing Workshop. Please review the "materials" lists to make sure you have the items you need to use these lesson plans. Supplementary materials are bulleted under the lesson plan links. Some materials, such as books, are available at the park bookstore or the public library.



These lesson plans are in .pdf format and require Adobe Acrobat Reader.



Elementary



Searching for the Past: A Kingsley Plantation Scavenger Hunt by Karen Johnson, New Berlin Elementary





Daily Life in Slavery: A Lesson Plan for Kingsley Plantation by Laura Bower, Pine Forest Elementary School of the Arts





Middle School



Slavery in the South by Carolyn Mickler, DuPont Middle School




  • Cotton for activity use on-site can be requested. Please call in advance.



History of Kingsley Plantation by Sharon Phares, DuPont Middle School



Teaching History Through Art by Kesha Walton, Highlands Middle School





High School



Teaching with Local History by Lorraine Morris, Sandalwood High School





A Slave's Letter: Daily Life in Slavery by Pamela James, Sandalwood High School



Remember! Click here for more curriculum materials available for Kingsley Plantation.



Have questions? Call Kingsley Plantation at 904.251.3537.

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