2.01 Locate and
describe American Indians in North Carolina, past and present.
2.02 Trace the growth and development of immigration
to North Carolina, over time from Europe, Asia, and Latin America..
2.03 Describe the similarities and differences among
people of North Carolina, past and present.
2.04 Describe how different ethnic groups have influenced culture, customs
and history of North Carolina.
Competency Goal 3: The learner will trace the history of colonization in North
Carolina and evaluate its significane for diverse people's ideas.
Assess changes in ways of living over time and determine whether the changes are primarily political, economic, or social.
Identify people, symbols, events, and documents associated with North Carolina's history.
the Lost Colony and explain its importance in the settlement of North Carolina.
3.04 Compare and contrast
ways in which people, goods, and ideas moved in the past with their movement today.
3.05 Describe the
political and social history of colonial North Carolina and analyze its influence on the state today.
Competency Goal 1: The learner will analyze important geographic,
political, economic, and social aspects of life in the region prior to the Revolutionary Period.
Assess the impact of geography on the settlement and developing economy of the Carolina colony.
Identify and describe American Indians who inhabited the regions that became Carolina and assess their impact on the colony.
Compare and contrast the relative importance of differing economic, geographic, religious, and political motives for European
1.04 Evaluate the impact of the Columbian Exchange on the cultures of American Indians,
Europeans, and Africans.
1.05 Describe the factors that led to the founding and settlement of the American
colonies including religious persecution, economic opportunity, adventure, and forced migration.
Identify geographic and political reasons for the creation of a distinct North Carolina colony and evaluate the effects on
the government and economics of the colony.
1.07 Describe the roles and contributions of diverse groups,
such as American Indians, African Americans, European immigrants, landed gentry, tradesmen, and small farmers to everyday
life in colonial North Carolina, and compare them to the other colonies.