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Banished! - A Collaborative Government Experience
In this course, students will act as the governing body of a colonial era settlement. They will delegate tasks, manage resources, plan for the future, and face natural disasters!
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Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
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Imagine this: It's early colonial America. You and a few other families have been banished from your homes for various misdeeds you may or may not have committed. You set out together with only the shirts on your back and a wagon of supplies. Together, you must decide how to survive in the wilderness. After traveling away from the only home you have ever known, you all decide to begin a settlement of your own. The decisions are endless. Where and what to build? What natural resources are...
Students will learn how early settlers created new colonies, including how to utilize natural resources. Students will plan a settlement in a certain way to achieve various goals. Students will learn various ways to solve problems as a group, like voting and compromising. Students will practice oral presentations in order to convince the team to attempt a particular project. Students will reflect on the outcomes of the team's decisions to analyze why a settlement was or was not successful.
I hold a California Teaching Credential for grades K-8, which qualifies me to teach Social Studies, Government and History.
Students should have a notebook and writing utensil available in case there is a time to take notes. Students are not required to purchase a copy of the game Banished and are not required to play it between sessions, but students may benefit from playing the game between class meetings.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
As in any survival simulator, the death of virtual people does occur.
Cara HowardCharlotte Mason Inspired Courses
279 total reviews
204 completed classes
Hello! My name is Cara and I am a homeschooling mom to my three children and toddler. I have also been teaching online for almost three years and I am a part time journalist for the local weekly newspaper. I believe in the Charlotte Mason...