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1Discovering the New World: The Journey from England to Jamestown First Time VisitReturn TripImage courtesy of:
2Welcome to Jamestown!As an early settler, you had a long journey from England to Jamestown. Now that you have finally landed in Jamestown, let’s see what it is like to live in the early Jamestown settlement.Arrival at Jamestown, Virginia, IRC (2005). Retrieved August 13, 2008, from unitedstreaming:
3Click on the video when you are ready. Clip taken from:Pronouns in Jamestown. Discovery Channel School (2006). Retrieved August 13, 2008, from unitedstreaming:
4Jamestown Needs Help!Wow! From the looks of things, the early settlers might need some help!Let’s see what we can do!Talk with your group about what you saw in the video.Go to the blog and find the post titled “Landing at Jamestown”.The class will be working on a short story. Read the beginning of the story on the blog.As a group, add one or two sentences to the story. Then, continue your journey…
5Captain John Smith’s Voyages Remember Captain John Smith? He is getting ready to do some more exploring of the land. Why don’t you go with him and see what you can find?Click on the link below and do the following:Choose a Voyage.Turn on river, town and tribe names (you choose!)Click the play button at the bottom and watch the voyage on the map.***Notice the timeline at the top!View John Smith’s Voyages around JamestownWhen you are finished, continue your journey…
6Captain John Smith’s Voyages In your group, discuss what you see from John Smith’s voyages. Talk about the places he went, the amount of time he was gone and what kind of things he might have seen.Go to the blog and find the post titled “John Smith’s Voyages”. With your group, add your ideas to the post.When you are done, go to the next screen to view his map.
7Captain John Smith’s Map of early Virginia Jamestown
8Now it’s your turn. Start your voyage toward the nearby Paspahegh Village to learn more about life in the New World.The Paspahegh Indian tribe live near Jamestown and interact with the colonists. As your voyage takes you toward their village, notice the village is empty. This is your chance to explore and see how the Paspahegh live. When you are finished, come back and prepare to share what you saw with the other colonists.Paspahegh VillageJamestownTake a walk through the Paspahegh VillageInventory of SuppliesUse of Natural ResourcesReport to Colonists
9The Paspahegh VillageTake a slow, careful walk through the Paspahegh Village.As you are walking, talk with your group about the things you see and what you might hear.Go to the blog and find the post titled “The Paspahegh Village” to add your thoughts.
10Inventory of SuppliesThe Paspahegh Indians find supplies around the area. To help your fellow colonists survive, make a list of items the Paspahegh use to survive.Once you have made your list, organize the items so you can share the list with other colonists. One way to do this is through a graph.Review of PictographReview of Bar GraphMake your own graph
11PictographRecall that a Pictograph is a way to organize information using pictures. Here is a sample:Weather in JuneFrom this pictograph we see that it was sunny for 7 days in June and rainy for 5 days. A pictograph can easily help us see how often something occurs.Number of DaysSunnyCloudyRainyPartly Cloudy
12Can you get the same information from both graphs? Bar GraphA Bar Graph is similar to a Pictograph except it uses bars instead of pictures. We can easily turn a Pictograph into a Bar Graph.10987654321Weather in JuneSunnyCloudyRainyPartly CloudyWeather in JuneNumber of DaysNumber of DaysSunnyCloudyRainyPartly CloudyDiscuss the difference between the two graphs with your group.Can you get the same information from both graphs?
13Inventory of Supplies On your graph: 1. Use what you know about graphs and your choice of computer program to make an inventory of the supplies you have found in the Paspahegh Village.On your graph:Did you label each axis correctly?Did you include all the important information?Is it easy to read?Write at least three things you can tell from the graph?2. Go to the blog and find the post titled “Inventory of Paspahegh Village” and add your ideas.
14Use of Natural Resources The land in the New World was abundant with Natural Resources. These resources are still important to Virginia’s economy. Before looking at what natural resources the Paspahegh used, you should understand just what is a Natural Resource.In this first video, watch the first 2 minutes and stop when they begin talking about the tobacco crops. Pay close attention to the definition of a Natural Resource.Video 1In this second video, watch the first 2 minutes and stop when they begin talking about the coal production. Pay close attention to the different types of Natural Resources found throughout Virginia.Video 2
15Use of Natural Resources Now that you know what a Natural Resource is, let’s see what kind of resources the Paspahegh use.Take a walk through the village.Make a list of all the natural resources you see.Decide how the Paspahegh use each resource (for what purpose).Determine if the resource would be useful to colonists and why.
16Use of Natural Resources There are many ways to organize information. You saw how graphs were used to count items. Charts can also be used to keep information organized.Choose a piece of software to create a chart to organize your list of natural resources and how they are used by the Paspahegh and colonists.Add a column to your chart to show how we might use that same resource today.Your chart could look something like this:Natural ResourcePaspaheghColonistsUsWhen you are done making your chart, go to the blog and look for the post titled “Virginia Resources” and add your ideas.
17Advice for the Colonists Wow! We sure have learned a lot about the Paspahegh Indians!Now that you have seen how the Paspahegh Indians live and the resources they use, it’s time to return to the colonists in Jamestown.Talk with your group to decide the most important advice you can give to the colonists.Go to the blog and find the post titled “Advice for colonists” and add your ideas.
18Congratulations!You have done a lot of hard work to help the colonists survive. They will use your advice to stay alive and build a better Jamestown! Thank you for your help with making the first English settlement a success!
19Adding a Post to the Blog Read the blog prompt carefully.Under each prompt, locate the “comments” link. It will look like this, but the number might be different:Click on the “comments” link.Type your answer in the “Leave your comment” box.At the bottom, click the “Name/URL” button.Type your name or group name.Click the “Publish Your Comment” button