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Flipped Lesson: Symbolism in North Carolina

Flipped Lesson: Symbolism in North Carolina

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Author: Marah Alexander
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Social Studies

4.H.2.1 Explain why important 
buildings, statues, monuments, and 
place names are associated with the 
state's history.

4.H.2.2 Explain the historical 
significance of North Carolina’s state 
symbols.

 

-Students will be able to explain why the symbols chosen hold such a historical significance of the state and the culture of the residents of North Carolina 

I chose to do a social studies lesson for the fourth grade.  In the lesson student learn why symbols are chosen to represent North Carolina and how our culture has impacted what has been chosen to symbolize it

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Symbolism in North Carolina

Social Studies

4.H.2.1 Explain why important
buildings, statues, monuments, and
place names are associated with the
state's history.

4.H.2.2 Explain the historical
significance of North Carolina’s state
symbols.