Lesson Plans 4-6
1) Students will develop a deeper and clearer understanding of who pirates were, as well as terminology associated with piracy on the N. American West Coast
2) Students will be able to correctly apply pirate terminology to individuals and situations using evidence
Students will explore the various historical events through multiple perspectives and interpret the associated impacts.
1) Describe the daily lives of the people, native and nonnative, who occupied the presidios, missions, ranchos, and pueblos.
2) Understand addition and subtraction of fractions as joining and separating parts referring to the same whole.
1) Students pose relevant questions about events they encounter in historical documents, eyewitness accounts, oral histories, letters, diaries, artifacts, photographs, maps, artworks, and architecture.
2) Students summarize the key events of the era they are studying and explain the historical contexts of those events.
Students will understand that there were multiple narratives that played out in the mission period. Students will explore the relationship between soldiers (presidios), missionaries and Indians (missions), and colonists (pueblos) working in groups to research and analysis primary sources and other information.
On a Mission: Exploring the Multiple Stories of California’s Missions – Rubric
1) Using primary source documents on California missions
2) Using Spanish adjectives and interrogative words to describe and ask questions about the images of the period
3) (English as a Second Language) Using English adjectives and interrogative words to describe and ask questions about the images of the period
Students will know about Spanish & Indian culture, art, resources.
Students will observe images of California Indians engaged in activities on Spanish missions. Students will describe how the missions influenced the Indian’s lifestyle by identifying clothing, instruments, tools, buildings, and other items that were not part of the California Indians way of life before they interacted with the Spanish missions.
Students will read, comprehend and analyze three primary document accounts of revolts occurring in the same time frame in three different areas of North America (i.e. California). Students will compare and contrast these three events.