Social Studies: Towne Planning in Tidewater

Young scholars discover how European values dominated colonial life. They also examine the effects of slavery in the Americas. Students compare the planning of their home town with that of colonial Williamsburg. They locate key sites such as churches, schools and government buildings in their own communities. Young scholars write paragraphs explaining how the relationships between people and their environments have changed in time.

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