Lessons for Native American Culture

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  • The Pocahontas Show - … both the Europeans and the Native Americans. They will identify the cultural and economic characteristics of setters and Native Americans in preparation to complete the … . • The student will be able to describe the cultural and economic characteristics of Native American Indians (by geographical region). • The student will be … of their group of settlers, • describe the cultural and economic characteristics of the Native American Indians (in the geographical region in which their …
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  • Environmental Threats to Native Lands in the Western/Northwestern United States - … their impact on history. C. Analyze the importance of specific Native American groups and their contributions. D. Explore the themes of Jacksonian … societies. 5. World Cultures A. Recognize and evaluate forces that result in cultural change. B. Respect the diversity of cultural influences. 6. Geographic … United States Native American nations, 4. be able to identify and locate (on a map) one or more of the Western Native American Reservation …
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  • European Explorers of North and South America - … the geography of America and the migration of the Native Americans to the American continents to the future conquering of the continents by … Americans migrated, the different types of Indian cultures in North America, and how geography affected their culture. Students also know approximately how many American … . Describe cultural interactions between Europeans and American Indians (First Americans) that led to cooperation and conflict. 3. Describe the experiences the American Indians had …
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  • Twelfth Grade Multicultural Curriculum Lesson Plan The American Indian Movement (AIM) - … AIM were to increase pride in being Native American, to reaffirm sacred traditional tribal customs and culture, and to stand firm against the … improved public awareness of Native American issues? 3. Consider how Native Americans are used as mascots, not as a respected culture of people. Why do you agree or disagree with using the Native Americans
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  • Native Americans and World War II - … of wars on American politics since Reconstruction AH2.H.7.3 Explain the impact of wars on American society and culture since Reconstruction … concentration camps for Japanese Americans on two Native American reservations in Arizona: the Gila Native American Reservation and the Colorado River Native American Reservation (Mohave and Chemehuevi). With regard to the Colorado River Native American
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  • 3.4 De Soto in America - … trip on the Native Americans. Students will engage in historical empathy as they put themselves in the place of the Native Americans and the … the Native Americans would have resented the Spanish very early on in the expedition? Students should have noticed in the article that natives … to cause the end of many of the native cultures by bringing disease to the Native Americans. This information will be more fully explained …
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  • 3.4 De Soto in America - … trip on the Native Americans. Students will engage in historical empathy as they put themselves in the place of the Native Americans and the … the Native Americans would have resented the Spanish very early on in the expedition? Students should have noticed in the article that natives … to cause the end of many of the native cultures by bringing disease to the Native Americans. This information will be more fully explained …
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  • Art and Culture - … identify human characteristics and artistic intentions as influenced by cultural convention. Overview: Ancient Native American artists commonly depicted human subjects in petroglyph, pictograph … be identified in comparing the two groups of images (Native American and Euro-American)? How can we account for these differences? Assessment/Evaluation … be able to identify and describe major differences in Native American and Euro-American modes of representing the human form in two-dimensional …
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  • Lesson 2: Homes - … the Native Americans and half learned about the Pilgrims, many still might harbor misconceptions about these groups, which they learned from popular culture or television. But, the students have already learned about how the of Native Americans and Pilgrims traveled, so … cultures, including how they dressed, what they ate, and the first thanksgiving. To extend what they are learning, they can play Native American
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  • Creating Stories Using Pictographs - … the Native Americans. Who are the Native Americans? ( Bloom's knowledge) When did they come here? How did they get here? Was it the Native Americans … will be learning about Native Americans and their culture by reading the Native Americans pottery. 3. The teacher tells the students that Native Americans decorated their pottery … , "Why didn't Native Americans just write down their stories like we do today? The teacher explains that Native Americans did not use the …
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