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  311.   North Carolina Place Names
..., North Carolina, AD 1650-1700. Subjects: social studies, language arts. Skills: knowledge, analysis, evaluation. Strategies: observation, discussion, mapping, compare and contrast. Duration: 45 minutes. Class Size: any, groups of 4 to 5. Objectives This lesson contrasts and compares the names that Native Americans living in North Carolina gave to their villages and places with the names that European and other settlers gave to theirs. In a study of North Carolina place and village names, students will use a state map to: discover the heritage left by Native Americans and settlers in the names of places; differentiate the cultural values...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  312.   UMNH: Cultural Clutter - Tales In The Trash
UMNH: Cultural Clutter - Tales In The Trash Time Frame: 1 class period that runs 45 minutes. Group Size: Small Groups Summary: Students will list three or more types of evidence of prehistoric cultures that encouraged archaeologists to investigate the marshes around the Great Salt Lake. Students will also explain why it is important not to disturb ar...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  313.   Pieces of the Past
Pieces of the Past Kris Sloan Lesson Overview: Many cultures have utilized clay containers for cooking and storage for thousands of years. Often different cultures have distinctive ceramic styles. Archeologists use pottery as an important clue to the past. Archeologists can often learn information about ancient trade routes, cultural sophistication, religious concepts, and even diet and food, ba...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  314.   The Pottery Project
#1358. The Pottery Project Social Studies, level: Middle Posted Thu Oct 21 15:48:07 PDT 1999 by Joseph Maiello (Maiello231@aol.com). Mattlin Middle School, Plainview, NY Materials Required: Clay pots, paint, brushes, white glue, hammer, baggies Activity Time: 4-6 days Concepts Taught: Native American Culture, Archaeology Begin lesson by assigning a different Native American culture region to each group in your class. The group will then decorate a clay pot to reflect the culture of their assigned region. While paint is the most fun, colored pencils work best. Clay pots of a good size are readily available for less than 50 ce...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  315.   Powwow
POWWOW A MINI-UNIT FOR TEACHING STUDENTS ABOUT THIS NATIVE AMERICAN CELEBRATION AUTHOR: Jeremy L. Smith, Student at Utah State University GRADE LEVEL: 2nd-3rd (can be varied) BACKGROUND: All people have events, times, or ways of meeting together to renew old friendships and establish new ones. For Native Americans, this event is called a Powwow. The term Powwow originally comes from the Algonqui...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  316.   Views of the American West: True or False?
...ian Education Educators Families Students_ _ _ For Educators Field Trips Professional Development Lesson Plans Resource Library Educational Services _ Art & Design Landscape Painting: Artists Who Love the Land _ _ Introduction Lesson Plan 1 _ _ Lesson Plan 1 _ _ Lesson Plan 2 _ _ _ _ _ Views of the American West: True or False? Resources Objectives _ _ Required Materials To understand that a landscape painting may or _ may not accurately represent a specific place. _ Science & Technology To identify techniques that create the illusion of three-dimensional space on a flat surface. Materials _ Copies of Activity Pages 1A-D. _ _ Activity Pag...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  317.   Native Knowledge
Native Knowledge Objectives At the conclusion of the lesson, the student will be able to: Define the term indigenous. Explain practices by indigenous peoples that help preserve biodiversity, the environment, and their agricultural way of life. Place geographically, various agricultural practices used by indigenous groups throughout the world. V...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  318.   English Colony Settlement and American Indian involvement.
8 EIGHTH GRADE SOCIAL STUDIES CORE 6120-0504 ( Lee Borup, author) Standard 3: Students will understand the changes caused by European exploration in the Americas. Objective 3: Assess the impact of European exploration on African slaves and American Indian nations. Indicator d. Explore the impact of the Europeans and the resulting destruction of American Indian cultures; e.g., the Spanish Conquistadors, disease brought by Europeans, European settlement. Topic: English Colony Settlement and American Indian involvement. Essential Question I : How did the Indians who helped the Pilgr...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  319.   Adapting to a New Culture
7 Seventh Grade Social Studies Standard 6100-06 Adapting to a New Culture Students will understand the diverse nature of Utah's peoples and cultures. Topic: Adapting to a New Culture: The experience of Utah's American Indians Objective: Students will investigate the contribution of Utah's religious and ethnic groups, including American Indians. (Craig Sampson - author) Desired Outcome The students will exami...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  320.   Contributions of American Indians
5 5th Grade Social Studies Contributions of American Indians Standard 4 Students analyze the contributions of key individuals and groups on the development of the new world and the U.S. Objective 1 Contribution of American Indians to the success development of the New World. Desired Outcomes. Students will know what contributions American Indians tribes in Utah have made as well as what...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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