1) Program opens with a basic explanation and introduction of the topic
2) We will begin interactive discussion on the beginnings and founding of the city of Omaha..
3) Time is set aside for questions at the closing (as well as throughout the presentation)
After attending The Durham Museum’s Early Omaha Class, students will:
1- Identify key events in Omaha history.
2- Identify key people in Omaha history.
K.4.1.a Identify concepts of time and chronology
K.4.2.a Compare perspectives of self and others.
K.4.3.c Differentiate between stories from the present and the past.
1.4.1.b Compare and contrast family life from earlier times and today.
1.4.3.c Describe how oral traditions, books, letters, and other artifacts help us to understand the past.
2.4.1.b Compare and contrast how different neighborhoods have changed over time.
2.4.3.a Describe historical people, events, ideas, and symbols (including various cultures and ethnic groups) that impacted a neighborhood.
3.4.1.a Describe community events over time using maps and other artifacts.
3.4.1.b Compare and contrast how different communities have changed over time.
3.4.2.a Describe the role of diverse groups of people, events, and ideas in the development of a community.
3.4.3.a Determine factual information about community historical events through use of a variety of sources such as artifacts, pictures, and documents.
4.4.1.a Analyze the chronology of key state and/or regional events and communicate their impact on the past, present, and future.
5.4.1.a Examine the chronology of key events in the United States and communicate their impact on various groups in the past, present, and future.