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Scull Shoals Curriculum
The Important Story of the Extinct 19th Century Mill Village



Dr. Janice Fisher's "Scull Shoals Curriculum" is a Teacherís Handbook for three in-class programs on aspects of Georgia history, as seen from Scull Shoals. These are mini-unit plans to complement and enrich the 8th Graders' understanding of life in middle Georgia in the 19th century. Designed for use by Dr. Fisher, the local history teachers, or others, it supplies a newspaper format, with hands-on experiences and exercises for the students. The program was tested in two classrooms in the Spring of 2008, and is offered to schools in the Scull Shoals area and elsewhere.

This program is supported by a generous grant from the Chattahoochee Oconee Forest Interpretive Committee of the North Georgia Community Foundation to the non-profit Friends of Scull Shoals, Inc. Dr. Fisher contracted with the Friends to produce and deliver the programs to the schools. Initial responses from the teachers have been very good, and further presentations are expected during the next few months. There is no cost to the schools for this program. As she says in her introduction, "This is dessert!"


by Dr. Janet Fisher


[click each title below for PDF]

INTRODUCTION [PDF]

CURRICULUM UNIT 1 [PDF]

CURRICULUM UNIT 2 [PDF]

CURRICULUM UNIT 3A [PDF]

CURRICULUM UNIT 3B [PDF]

CURRICULUM UNIT 3C [PDF]

BIBLIOGRAPHY [PDF]
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