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Learning Objects Scenario

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Grade Four - Social Studies - Westward Expansion

 

Essential Question:  

In what ways do events in our country's past influence us today?

 

Georgia Performance Standards SS4H6a and SS4H6b

 

Student Syllabus

 

In this unit, students are learning about events in our country's past that influence us today. These include the invention of the steamboat and the telegraph, as well as the completion of the transcontinental railroad.

 


Lesson One:    S  T  E  A  M  B  O  A  T  S

 

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Source:  www.flickr.com (a6249), Creative Commons       http://www.nowpublic.com/world/mickey-mouse-steamboat-willie-1928  Creative Commons

 


Lesson Two:  T  E L E G R A P H S

 

(Click on either photo to retrieve assignment.)

 

         

Source:  wikimedia commons                                                    Source:  wikimedia commons

 


Lesson Three:  T H E    T R A N S C O N T I N E N T A L   R A I L R O A D

(Click on photo to retrieve assignment.)

 

Source:  wikimedia commons 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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