Tyne Woody Cabin, Cataloochee, NC

Tyne,Woody,Cabin, CATALOOCHEE, Haywood County, NC Building/structure dates: Completed 1893 Building/Structure use: Cabin Photographs courtesy of Raymond Caldwell

 

Grade Level: Fourth Grade Level Lesson Plan

Subject: Social Studies, English, Computer and Technology, Information Skills, Music, Dance, Visual Arts

By Pam Brillisour and Jan Nesbitt

Central Elementary School – Waynesville, NC

During this project, each fourth-grade student creates a scrapbook based on historic figures, places, and events in the history of Western North Carolina. This collaborative project involves the fourth grade and visual arts teachers, the media coordinator, and computer lab assistant. This project will focus on five areas: traditional mountain music and dance, the Cataloochee Valley, the Civil War in Western North Carolina, the Cherokee, and the Zebulon Vance Birthplace.

Adventures of the American Mind- Western Carolina University

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