Lesson Plans

Available are descriptions of lesson plans created by schools, educators, museums, state and federal parks, and other educational organizations.

This activity uses multiple short excerpts that discuss the sequence of events leading to Greene’s attack and eventual repulse at the Star Fort.

In this lesson, students take on the work of a historian by analyzing political cartoons create from the perspective of a local WWI soldier.

In this lesson plan, students will look at photographs of women and discuss their first impressions.

This revised edition of A Teacher’s Guide to African American Historic Places in South Carolina includes sites identified and approved by The National Register of Historic Places or the South Carolina Historical M

In this lesson students analyze documents that explore the untold lives of Free Blacks in Antebellum South Carolina.

The purpose of this lesson is to show that through primarily peaceful means people from different parts of society found ways to make a difference in the movement to abolish slavery.

This activity book is a fun way to reinforce and enrich every student’s ACE Basin experience to instill a stronger awareness and respect for environmentalism and conservation, to broaden their knowledge of this area where

Students will:

As part of the Action in the Classroom program, this edition provides hands-on lessons, lesson resources (fact sheets for teachers that present more detailed background on issues), student activities and worksheets.

Students will learn: 1) what an adaptation is; and 2) to research a specific mollusk.