By Jennifer Job, School of Education, UNC-Chapel Hill
Students will use historic overlay maps to design a historic district in a North Carolina town. Students will use the design to show understanding of important places within the town and how changes occur within the town.
Time Required: One 90-minute class period
Materials and Resources:
Assessment Activity: Webquests may be collected for assessment.
North Carolina Curriculum Alignment
5.01: Identify the role played by the agriculture, textile, tobacco, and furniture industries in North Carolina, and analyze their importance in the economic development of the state.
5.03: Describe the social, economic, and political impact of migration on North Carolina.
5.04: Identify technological advances, and evaluate their influence on the quality of life in North Carolina.