Human Migration Patterns

This Human Migration Patterns activity & project also includes:

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Humans have been on the move for millennia. Using an article from The Smithsonian, pupils chart human movement before written history on a world map. In addition, they examine the modes of transportation used by different waves of human migration. Finally, they consider: Why have humans migrated throughout history?

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Practice annotation skills on the secondary source before engaging with the included map activity
  • Have learners chart human migration using the included secondary source and blank map
Classroom Considerations

  • Pupils need copies of the blank map and access to article 
Pros

  • Lesson includes all needed resources, including an answer key
  • Activities are easy to scaffold for all members of the class as needed
Cons

  • Not all of the included links work