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By Miss O. 4 th Grade VA Studies
History and Social Science Standards of Learning Enhanced Scope and Sequence Lesson Plans for United States History to 1877
Called the people he found in the lands he (discovered) explored “Indians,” because he thought he was in the Indies (near China).
Reigning monarch of England. Called the “virgin” queen, because she never married. Walter Raleigh named the new land Virginia after the queen for England.
Walter Raleigh sent settlers from England to Virginia to set up a colony at Roanoke (now NC). The Colony failed. All that was left was the word “Croatan” carved in a tree.
Such as arrowheads, pottery, and other tools that have been found tell a lot about the people who lived in Virginia.
Algonquian language spoken in the Tidewater. Tribe to remember the Powhatan Indians. Algonquian language spoken by the Indians. This is the Algonquian group!
Siouan language spoken in the Piedmont. Tribe to remember the Monacan Indians. Siouan language spoken by the Indians. This is the Siouan group!
Iroquoian language spoken in the southwest. Tribe to remember the Cherokee Indians. Iroquoian language spoken by the Indians. This is the Iroquoian group!
D Algonquian language spoken in the Tidewater. A Tribe to remember: the Powhatan Indians. D Algonquian language spoken by the Indians. AD This is the Algonquian group.
D Siouan language spoken in the Piedmont. A Tribe to remember, the Monacan Indians. D Siouan language spoken by the Indians. AD This is the Siouan group.
D Iroquoian language spoken in the southwest. A Tribe to remember: the Cherokee Indians. D Iroquoian language spoken by the Indians. AD This is the Iroquoian group.
Virginia’s American Indians interacted (worked with) the climate and the environment to meet their basic needs.
Relatively mild with distinct seasons (which result in a variety of vegetation) Spring Summer Fall Winter
Forests, which have a variety of trees, cover most of the land. Virginia’s Indians are referred to as Eastern Woodland Indians.
Saplings and leaves Twigs and sticks Cardboard Brown pipe cleaners Pieces of fur/leather/cotton balls Rubber bands Rope Bark pieces Shoe boxes
The kinds of foods they ate, the clothing they wore, and the shelters they had depended upon the seasons. Foods changed with the seasons.
VA Native Americans hunted birds and animals and lived on stored foods from the previous fall.
VA Native Americans hunted, fished fished, and picked berries.
VA Native Americans grew crops C = corn B = beans S = squash
VA Native Americans harvested crops Hunted for foods to preserve and keep for the winter
Animal skins (deerskin) were used for clothing.
Made from materials around them. Longhouses
1. Each student will get 2 paper plates. 2. On 1 paper plate, draw lines on it to make 4 parts on it. 3. In each part, write the name of the season (winter, fall, spring, or summer) and list the ways that the Native Americans would get their food during each season. (Use your notes!)
Virginia has state recognized tribes There are 8 of them—now get the vibe Chick-Chick-Chickahominy that is first East Chickahominy—excitement to burst Mattaponi that a river names Nansemond tribe—claim to fame Pamunkey tribe, please don’t forget Rappahannock –not done yet Upper Mattaponi picked berries for pie Monacan tribe—don’t ask me why… These are the Virginia state recognized tribes! Word!
1. Upper Mattaponi 2. Chickahominy 3. Mattaponi 4. Eastern Chickahominy 5. Monacan 6. Nansemond 7. Rappahannock 8. Pamunkey Color each box and the arrow with a tribe name a different color on your map!
Capital city = Werowocomoco Included most of the tribes in the Coastal Plain region of Virginia (Pamunkey and Mattaponi, etc.)
Largest Indian town used by Indian leaders for several hundred years BEFORE the English came. In 1607, when the settlers arrived it was the headquarters for the leader of Powhatan.
Documented by Jamestown settlers in Rediscovered in 1977! Excavations at the site since 2003 have revealed evidence of a large village, including two 200-foot (61 m)- long, curved, earthwork ditches built 1,000 feet (300 m) from the river bank about 1400, two hundred years before English settlement. earthwork 
What language was spoken in the Coastal Plain? Three Language Groups of Virginia
What language was spoken in the Piedmont? Three Language Groups of Virginia
What language was spoken in the southern regions of Virginia? Three Language Groups of Virginia
What tribe lived in the southern regions (orange) of Virginia? Three Language Groups of Virginia
What tribe lived in the Piedmont region of Virginia? Three Language Groups of Virginia
What tribe lived in the Coastal Plain region of Virginia? Three Language Groups of Virginia
A. Artifacts B. Archaeologists C. Werowocomoco
A. Tribes B. Archaeologists C. Scientists
A. Eastern Plains Indians B. Eastern Woodland Indians C. Southern Indians
A. Season B. Stores C. Weather D. Trading with settlers
A. Buffalo skin B. Deer skin C. Cloth D. Leaves
A. Natural resources B. Bricks C. Buffalo skin D. Clay
A. Wereowompan B. Werowocomoco C. Richmond D. Siouan
Audience’s Job: Draw a web with at least 8 different parts with key words or ideas that you hear or learn about from the Reader’s Theater. VA Native Americans