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A Bahamian
Adventure!
By: Sarah Clark
Teacher Page
 Target Audience
 4th and 5th grade
students
 Learning
Environment
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Computer lab with
headphones
In groups of one or two
Quiet environment
Enough space for
students to work
separately from each
other
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Objectives
Using the PowerPoint given
students will be able to
describe the history of the
Bahamas with 100%
accuracy.
Using the PowerPoint given
students will be able to
describe the food of the
Bahamas with 100%
accuracy.
Using the PowerPoint given
students will be able to
describe the religion in the
Bahamas with 100%
accuracy.
Using the PowerPoint given
students will be able to
describe the
geography/location of the
Bahamas with 100%
accuracy.
Video Introduction
Click on the box below to watch a preview
of the journey you’re about to take!!!
Main Menu
Food
History
Geography/Locatio
n
Religion
Quiz
History
o
The definition of the
word Bahamas means
“baja mar” in Spanish
or “shallow sea” in
English.
History
oThe
name was given by
Christopher Columbus
when he came to San
Salvador in 1492.
History
Mini Quiz!
What does the word
Bahamas translate
to?
A
Shallow Sea
B
Sea
C
Big Sea
History
Correct!!
The Bahamas translate to “shallow sea”.
History
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History
o
The Arawaks also
known as the
Lucayans or Indians
were the first
inhabitants of the
Bahamas.
History
o
They were a very
peaceful people,
which made it easy
for Columbus to
enslave them.
o
25 years after
Columbus arrived their
culture was
destroyed.
History
Mini Quiz!!
What was the name of
the first inhabitants of the
Bahamas other than the
Arawak's?
A
The Arrowheads
B
The Lucayans
C
The Lancelot's
History
Correct!!
The Lucayans were another name for the Arawak's.
History
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History
o
The Eleutheran
Adventurers came to
the Bahamas in 1647
for religious freedom.
History
o
They were the first
British colony.
o
They also started the
still existing agricultural
economy.
History
Mini Quiz!!
Why did the Eleutheran
Adventurers come to the
Bahamas?
A
They were tired of
their homeland
B
Warmer weather
C
Religious freedom
History
Correct!!
They came for religious freedom.
History
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History
Pirates ruled the
Bahamas for 70 years
because it was easy for
them to hide since the
islands have secluded
areas.
o
History
oFamous
Pirates like
Blackbeard even
inhabited the island.
oIn
1718 the British
regained the island.
History
Mini Quiz!!
How long did pirates rule
the Bahamas?
A
70 years
B
7 years
C
17 years
History
Correct!!
The pirates ruled the Bahamas for 70 years.
History
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History
o During the Civil War
the Bahamas were used
as a smuggling area for
alcohol due to the
prohibition law in the
United States.
History
oAfter the prohibition
ended the island went
back to normal.
oAfter the second World
War the island became
a tourist attraction.
oThey became a nation
on July 10, 1973.
History
Mini Quiz!!
During what war was the
island used for
smuggling?
A
World War II
B
Vietnam
C
Civil War
History
Correct!!
During the Civil War was the island was used for smuggling.
History
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Food
o Main foods the
Bahamians eat are fruits,
vegetables, rice, bread,
meat, and fish.
Food
oThe
national dishes are
conch which is sea snail,
rice, and peas. These are
the most common
because they’re cheap.
Food
Mini Quiz!!
What is conch?
A
Sea Snail
B
Squid
C
Shark
Food
Correct!!
Conch is sea snail.
Food
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Food
On holidays they eat
local fish, conch, peas,
baked goods, and fresh
fruit.
oThey drink Bahamian
rum, imported beer, soft
drinks, tea, and coffee.
o
Food
Mini Quiz!!
What is one thing the
Bahamians eat on
holidays?
A
Local fish
B
Lobster
C
Sand
Food
Correct!!
They eat local fish on holidays.
Food
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Religion
Most people are
Christian. 80% are
Protestant and 20% are
Roman Catholic.
oThey also have a belief
in spirits called Obeah.
o Most services and
ceremonies are held in
churches.
o
Religion
oThey
also have a belief
in spirits called Obeah.
Most services and
ceremonies are held in
churches.
o
Religion
Mini Quiz!!
What is the Bahamians
belief in spirits called?
A
Obeah
B
Christianity
C
Catholic
Religion
Correct!!
The belief in spirits is called Obeah.
Religion
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Religion
The dead are put in
pine coffins and wakes
are held at home.
o
oFunerals
are held in
churches.
Religion
oMost
people believe
that the soul goes to
heaven or hell.
Some believe that the
souls wander around.
o
Religion
Mini Quiz!!
Where are funerals held?
A
Outside
B
Churches
C
Graveyards
Religion
Correct!!
Funerals are held in churches.
Religion
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Geography
The Bahamas are
located on the Atlantic.
o
It has about 700 islands
and cays.
o
Geography
oThere
are 14 islands that
make up the Bahamas.
oThe
land is 5,382 square
miles.
The climate is
subtropical.
o
Geography
Mini Quiz!!
How many islands make
up the Bahamas?
A
700
B
14
C
4
Geography
Correct!!
The Bahamas are made up of 14 islands.
Geography
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Quiz Time!!
Quiz
1. Who named the
Bahamas?
A
Columbus
B
John Smith
C
George
Quiz
Correct!!
Columbus named the Bahamas.
Quiz
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Quiz
2. How long after
Columbus arrived was
the Arawak culture
destroyed?
A
40 years
B
25 years
C
100 years
Quiz
Correct!!
It took 25 years for Columbus to destroy the Arawak culture.
Quiz
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Quiz
3. Who was the first British
colony to inhabit the
Bahamas?
A
B
C
The Bahamians
The Quakers
The Eleutheran
Adventurers
Quiz
Correct!!
The Eleutheran Adventurers were the first British colony.
Quiz
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Quiz
4.
Who ruled the
Bahamas for 70
years?
A
Pirates
B
King of England
C
Queen Elizabeth
Quiz
Correct!!
The pirates ruled the Bahamas for 70 years.
Quiz
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Quiz
5. When did the
Bahamas become a
nation?
A
July 10, 1973
B
January 1, 1891
C
June 12, 1934
Quiz
Correct!!
The Bahamas became a nation on July 10, 1973.
Quiz
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Quiz
6. What is a national dish
the Bahamians eat?
A
Conch
B
Crab
C
Lobster
Quiz
Correct!!
A national dish that the Bahamians eat is conch.
Quiz
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Quiz
7. What is a drink the
Bahamians drink on
holidays?
A
Bahamian rum
B
Milk
C
Water
Quiz
Correct!!
A drink the Bahamians drink on holidays is Bahamian
rum.
Quiz
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Quiz
8. What is the most
common religion in the
Bahamas?
A
Buddhism
B
Christianity
C
Atheism
Quiz
Correct!!
The most common religion is Christianity.
Quiz
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Quiz
9. What type of climate
does the Bahamas
have?
A
Subtropical
B
Cold
C
It varies
Quiz
Correct!!
The Bahamas climate is subtropical.
Quiz
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Quiz
10. Where is the
Bahamas located?
A
Pacific coast
B
Atlantic coast
C
The Indian
Ocean
Quiz
Correct!!
The Bahamas is located on the Atlantic coast.
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Congratulations!!
You are now an expert on
Bahamian culture!
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