We found 24 resources with the keyterm pocahontas
The Settlement of Jamestown and the Pocahontas StoryLesson Planet
Use the post reading strategy of "cloze reading" to assess your fourth graders' understanding of Jamestown and Pocahontas. The lesson includes a presentation to show your class, as well as the directions for a final assessment using Cloze.
Jamestown Colonies and the Powhatan IndiansLesson Planet
Eighth graders discuss the Jamestown colony and the Powhatan Indians. In this colonial history lesson, 8th graders talk about conflicts between the Native Americans and the colonists. They read a biography about Pocahontas to help them...
Pocahontas Story: English Settlers and Powhatan, Jamestown, VirginiaLesson Planet
5th - 6th
Students examine the story of Pocahontas. In this early American history instructional activity, students use primary and secondary sources to gather clues about the interactions between the English settlers and the Native Americans. The...
American Biography: Pocahontas, Life in a Box, Colonial Timeline, PathfinderLesson Planet
Fourth graders research the life and accomplishments of Pocahontas. In this historical figures instructional activity, 4th graders explore primary sources available from the Library of Congress regarding colonial Virginia...
Did Pocahontas Save John Smith's Life?Lesson Planet
5th - 8th
Students explore Pocahontas. In this U.S. history critical thinking lesson plan, students view a video clip about Pocahontas and John Smith. Students give opinions about whether they think Pocahontas really saved John Smith's life, and...
Will the Real Pocahontas Please Stand Up?Lesson Planet
1st - 5th
Learners explore the life of Pocahontas and Powhatan Indians. After studying information on a given website, students compare and contrast what they read about Pocahontas and what they previously thought of her. They explore life in a...
Language Arts: Native Americans and OnomatopoeiasLesson Planet
Fifth graders read the Native American tale, "The Frog and the Crane," focusing on the use of onomatopoeia in it. In groups, they brainstorm list of words that are examples of the device. Finally, 5th graders write their own stories...