The Peach State. Georgia on my Mind WebQuest Doyin Ayoola Kennesaw State University. Table of Contents. Top-Title Page Overview Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion. Overview. What is my lesson about?. Standards:
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Grade Level:2ndContent Area: Social Studies/Language Arts
In this lesson, students will research different historical figures in Georgia.
They will create an interview that covers the figure’s important
Ready to Time
I can’t wait to find out
Lights! Camera! Action!
You will use the website resources on the following page to research your figure so that you can fill out the Research Guide and write your interview script.
ResourcesHere are your assignments your Station manager (the teacher) has given you.Click on the websites to research your historical figure and fill out your information sheet! Accomadations/Modifications: Please don’t forget to ask your reading buddies or Station Managers if you need any help reading!
News Team 1: Jackie Robinson
News Team 2: Martin Luther King Jr.
News Team 3: Mary Musgrove - Notable Women Ancestors
News Team 4: James Earl Carter, Jr.
News Team 5: James Oglethorpe
Click on title for
Congratulations! Click on the speaker for a round of applause!
You have successfully completed your mission!
You have learned about some important figures in
Georgia’s history.You can extend your research to
learn even more about The Peach Stateby finding
the capitals that existed before Atlanta was our
capital, researching to find out what all of the state
symbols of Georgia are, and even going to research
about figures that came from a different state!