Arkansas History Unit 2

Arkansas History

 Unit 2

Unit Title: Pre-Historic Cultures

Unit Time Frame: 1-2 Weeks

Unit Overview:
Students shall examine the pre-territorial periods
in Arkansas, including prehistoric and historic
Native American tribes. This unit includes the
Paleolithic, Neolithic, pre-historic, and historic
ages in Arkansas.


Essential Learning:

Characteristics of the Paleolithic and
Neolithic Indians

Characteristics of the pre-historic cultures
in Arkansas:

Archaic
Woodland
Mississippian

Characteristics of the historic Indian cultures
in Arkansas:

Caddo
Quapaw
Osage

Key Concepts:

 

Contrast the characteristics of the Paleolithic
and Neolithic ages.

Compare and contrast the pre-historic
cultures in Arkansas:

Archaic
Woodland
Mississippian

Analyze significant elements that led to the
success of the pre-historic cultures.

Location of tribe
Food sources
Achievements

Compare and contrast the cultural characteristics
of the historic Indian cultures in Arkansas

Caddo
Quapaw
Osage

 



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Scoring Matrix
Vocabulary

Arkansas Frameworks TIA Essential Learning Curriculum
Arkansas History
CCSS Pacing Guides
Reading
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Arkansas History
1st Semester Pacing Guide
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