We found 60 resources with the concept louisiana
Governor Roman's 1833 "State of the State" AddressLesson Planet
7th - 8th
Students interpret historical evidence presented in primary resources. In this Louisiana history lesson, students examine Governor Roman's 1833 message to the Louisiana Congress. Students take notes on the provided graphic organizer.
Queen of the Mississippi: Mid-Nineteenth Century Significance of New Orleans and the Mississippi RiverLesson Planet
7th - 8th
Students analyze the significance of the city of New Orleans and the Mississippi River. For this Louisiana lesson, students research primary and secondary sources for information on the economic significance of the port of New Orleans...
Cane River Civil Rights: Growing Up in Rural LouisianaLesson Planet
Eleventh graders examine the civil rights struggle in Louisiana. For this Louisiana history lesson, 11th graders access the Louisiana Digital Library Database to listen to interviews with civil rights activists from the Natchitoches/Cane...
America Grows - Trailblazers Pave the WayLesson Planet
1st - 6th
Students study the time period after the Revolutionary War when people were striving to move away from the coastal areas and look for pathways to the west. Westerward expansion is a central theme and students use a variety of resources...
Let the Good Times Roll! with Louisiana MusicLesson Planet
Seventh graders examine the role of the different types of music originating in Louisiana. Using the information they gathered, they create a PowerPoint presentation about an artist who plays Louisiana music. They compare and contrast...
De Bore, Granulated Sugar, and LouisianaLesson Planet
3rd - 6th
What do De Bore, granulated sugar, and Louisiana all have in common? Your students can find out in this in-depth look at Louisiana's economy, which is largely supplemented by the 450,000+ acres of sugar cane. First, they will discover...
Poverty Point Indians Leave Their MarkLesson Planet
3rd - 5th
Poverty Point is a historical landmark in Louisiana that was inhabited by Indians. Students will learn about the large mound the Poverty Point Indians created called Bird Effigy Mound in this nine-slide PowerPoint. Slide eight includes 8...
Did You Know: Facts on Acadians in LouisianaLesson Planet
As an overview of Acadians in Louisiana, this resource could be useful. It could also be used as an example for students designing their own presentations relating to a state. It has an interesting way of presenting information through...
Louisiana History-Unit 4: Early People of Louisiana and a Meeting of Different WorldsLesson Planet
6th - 7th
The Poverty Point Culture of Louisiana is described in detail within four slides of this six-slide PowerPoint. Four detailed paragraphs help describe the economic legacy that existed in Louisiana. A table, map, and photo are included to...
Note Taking Interactive for Poverty Point-Unit 4: Ancient EconomicsLesson Planet
6th - 7th
After presenting the "Early People of Louisiana and a Meeting of Different Worlds" PowerPoint, also found on LessonPlanet.com, you can use the attached two-slide PowerPoint to quickly assess your students. They are prompted to answer...