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  1.   The Shtetl
Kasrilevke, Shtetl, Yiddish, Minority, Different, Gentiles, Sholem Aleichem, Tradition, Doikayt, Yiddishkayt
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  2.   Cherokee Indians
Sequoyah, Trail of Tears, Dream Catcher, Canoe, Bow and Arrows, Legend, Moccasins, Tribe, Chief, Native Americans
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  3.   Native Americans
Horses, Longhouse, Tepee, Canoe, Bow And Arrows, Buffalo, Totempole, Hunt, Moccasins, Woodland
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Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 286 for Anthropology
  1.   Past v. Present: Using Geography & Anthropology
PAST v. PRESENT: USING GEOGRAPHY & ANTHROPOLOGY Susan Anderson & Susan Earles, British Columbia INTENDED GRADE/SUBJECT AREA Grades 4 & 5 Social Studies INSTRUCTIONAL OUTCOMES Students will: * discover, understand, and connect with their local Canadian community and its heritage through the study of artifacts, documents, photographs, local legends/novels,...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  2.   Sacred Art
Sacred Art Ron James 9th grade/Anthropology Twin Falls School District Content Area Objectives Addressed: 1. Identifying the major elements of a culture 2. Understanding the important role mythology and religion plays in the life of a culture's groups and individuals. 3. Comparing the 'world view' of three geographically distinct cultures; Tibetans, Nava...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   Technology-Supported Lesson Template-
Technology-Supported Lesson Template- Your Name: Ron James Lesson Number: 1 Title: Content Area/Grade Level: 9th grade Anthropology Content Area Objectives Addressed: 1. Identifying the major elements of a culture 2. Understanding the important role mythology and religion plays in the life of a culture's groups and individuals. 3. Comparing the 'world view' of three geographically distinct cultures; Tibetans, Navahos, and Shoshone. 4. Compa...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   The Caribbean - Variety of Explorative Active Learning
...sing the mapping skills learned earlier in the week. Using longitude and latitude, the students can find where something might be buried. Also, direction could be used for a treasure hunt along with headings on a compass. 8. A field trip would be very appropriate here. Visit a maritime museum or an anthropological/art museum which could relate to the people or ancient cultures of the Caribbean region. A field trip could also include going to a concert with Caribbean Calypso or Steelband Music, or even having a group perform at the school for a dance later that day, with the students dressing up. A field trip to a Cari...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   The Language of Love - Discovering the Cultural Aspects of Love and Courtship in the Social Studies Classroom
...ckboard -copies of "Osaka Journal: Japanese Date Clubs Take the Muss Out of Mating" (one per student) --research materials about courtship and marriage customs, symbols, language, and rituals around the world (geography and global history textbooks, reference materials about various world cultures, anthropology textbooks, encyclopedias, Internet access) Activities / Procedures: 1. WARM-UP/DO-NOW: In their journals, students respond to the following questions (written on the board prior to class): What images and idioms come to mind when you think about Valentine's Day? Which of these do you think are universal, and wh...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  6.   Connecting with the Past: Making a Memory Box
...on to their own experience through the creation of a memory box. Gain insight into George Catlin's motives for creating his "Indian Gallery." Standards: U.S. History, Visual Arts. Skills Addressed: Intrapersonal, Linguistic, Bodily-Kinesthetic, Interpersonal, Spatial. Interdisciplinary Connections: Anthropology, Archaeology, English/Language Arts, History, Visual Arts. Length: Five to seven fifty-minute class periods. Materials: Internet access, found objects (made of paper, wood, cloth, etc), substances (such as coffee, glue, mud, paint), scissors and other tools. Products: A personal memory box. Content Introduction...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  7.   Campfire Stories with George Catlin
...ions of personal identity. Write in the persona of a historical figure to gain insight into that figure's strengths and weaknesses. Standards: U.S. History, English Language Arts. Skills Addressed: Intrapersonal, Linguistic, Bodily-Kinesthetic, Interpersonal, Spatial. Interdisciplinary Connections: Anthropology, Archaeology, English/Language Arts, History, Visual Arts. Length: Two fifty-minute class periods and two homework nights. Materials: Internet access, found objects (made of paper, wood, cloth, etc), substances (such as coffee, glue, mud, paint), scissors and other tools. Products: A weathered remnant of the 19...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  8.   What is Rock Art Lesson
...1. Complete the list of vocabulary words and terms. 2. Complete the Worksheet below using the Quick Facts and Glossary sections of the Web site. 3. Send students to the Web site and have them read the Quick Facts section ( frame by frame ) VOCABULARY/DEFINITIONS Define in your own words: Archeology Anthropology Rock Art Culture Artifact Ritual World view Petroglyph Pictograph Archaic Era Woodland Era Paleo-Indian Shaman Stylistic comparison Archeological association Abstract image Stylized image WORKSHEET ---- WHAT IS ROCK ART? (click here for a printable version) After reading the Quick Facts section of the Web site,...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  9.   Cultural Anthropology Study Using the Fundamentals of Geography and GPS
Cultural Anthropology Study Using the Fundamentals of Geography and GPS By: Scott Royer Harrison High School West Lafayette, IN 47906 Estimated Time: Two to Three Days-One in the field and one in the classroom Grade Levels(s): High School-Anthropology Course (Unit on Culture) Purpose: 1. Introduce students to the concept of GPS, how...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  10.   Anthropology And Sociology
ANTHROPOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY Performance Standards (18A/18B).G Give examples of topics studied in the fields of anthropology and sociology looking for similarities and differences accordingly: Knowledge: identify pictures and topics that are examples of anthropology and sociology; Reasoning: compare the two fields of study an...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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