Social Studies Unit Plan 1 st Grade. American History: Cooperation, Toleration, and Conflict in Early America. American History: Cooperation, Toleration, and Conflict in Early America. Native America European Exploration European/Native Encounters Thanksgiving Day and Columbus Day
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American History: Cooperation, Toleration, and Conflict in Early America
Very supportive of Thanksgiving and discussed what it meant.
1st graders said it was “to give thanks and to be thankful for what we have”.
Need to learn it was not always peaceful here.
Need to learn what ignorance can do without going into great detail on the horrific events of many explorations.
Thanksgiving as birth of America
1st graders said it was about turkey and Pilgrims
Need to learn truth behind Columbus and other explorations
Explorations were not always peaceful-many fights and misunderstandings between natives and the Europeans.Background Information
Francisco Vasquez de Coronado: Explorer and Conquistador Francisco Vásquez de Coronado (1510-1554) was a Spanish ruler, explorer and conquistador. He was the first European to explore North America's Southwest.
Coronado was a governor of New Galicia, a western province of Mexico. He searched fruitlessly for treasure that was rumored to exist in northern Mexico: the fabled seven Golden Cities of Cibola. With a group of hundreds of Spaniards and enslaved natives, he traveled through what is now northern Mexico and the southwestern USA (including Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas). His expedition found only Zuñi, Hopi, and Pueblos, native Americans who repelled Coronado when he demanded that they convert to Christianity. Coronado killed many native Americans during this expedition. Since he did not find gold, silver, or other treasures, his expedition was branded a failure by Spanish leaders.