Who Lived in Mississippi a Very Long Time Ago?
- Grade Level:
- Upper Elementary: Third Grade through Fifth Grade
- Social Studies
- Lesson Duration:
- 60 Minutes
- Additional Standards:
NCSS Themes: Time, continuity, and change. Culture, and cultural identity.
- Thinking Skills:
- Applying: Apply an abstract idea in a concrete situation to solve a problem or relate it to a prior experience.
Where did Native Americans come from and why? How did the early people live? What role did the environment play in the lives of these Native American groups? Why did they change their way of life? What were their rituals and practices? What were the similarities in their culture, economy, and government? What where the differences in their culture, economy, and government?
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