7-Lesson Unit Study Grades 6-12
What happened when the Mayflower anchored off Cape Cod for five weeks in 1620?
In what ways can Pilgrim and Native experiences relate to issues today?
- Enjoy fascinating stories.
- Participate in activities: art, drama, cooking, discussions, games.
- Examine areas such as cross-cultural communication, materialism, migration, self-sufficiency, tribal issues, and wilderness survival.
- Explore controversial questions: Should Pilgrims be held responsible for the eventual decimation of Native people?
This resource is packed with ideas and includes a balance of Pilgrim and Native information. Enjoy the search for answers and become immersed in The Mayflower at Cape Cod!
70 activities, 80 research areas, 71 pages
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✎Rebecca Locklear presents a balanced historical perspective and insightful yet respectful challenges to how we perceive the history of the Mayflower and Pilgrim experience. A very worthwhile read for all age groups. – Larry B.