Pangea and Earliest Humans in the Americas

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Welcome to the exciting world of Pangea! This lesson plan will introduce you to the concept of using primary source materials from other fields to verify historical events. You’ll learn about Pangea, how historians know about its existence, and the theories on how early humans arrived in the Americas.

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Looking to teach your students about the origins of humankind in the Americas? This Pangea and Earliest Humans in the Americas lesson plan is perfect for you! Using a variety of resources your students will learn about the various human movements and settlements in relation to an area’s natural resources, environment, and climate. By the end of the lesson, they’ll understand how historical events that happened thousands of years ago have limitations in the historical record, making some evidence inference-based.

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grade-level

4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade

subject

Social Studies

State Educational Standards

NCSS.GEO.D2.8.3-5, NCSS.GEO.D2.3.6-8, NCSS.HIS.D2.10.6-8, NGSS.MS.ESS.1-4

Lessons are aligned to meet the education objectives and goals of
most states. For more information on your state objectives, contact
your local Board of Education or Department of Education in your state.

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12/11/2022
Anonymous
Honduras Honduras

Very good quality resource

I think that this is a great way to teach children about Pangea, with the interactive map, although maybe some of the language could be a little challenging eg hypothesize, but with pre teaching it will be very helpful.