Lessons for Native American Culture

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  • Tribal Survival: Native Americans - … can learn more about the culture of Native Americans by examining one method of communication used by them. Native Americans developed ways to record events … . Have students read trade books about Native Americans in different regions of North America. Compare the cultures by location, land forms, natural resources … used in the culture in which they were developed. 3. Have students write poems, stories and songs about Native American life. 4. Have …
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  • Extra, Extra!! Mary Rowlandson's Captivity Newscast - … influenced history, literature, and one woman's captivity with the Native American Indian tribe of the Wampanoag. Through research and analysis of … New England, Middle, and Southern colonies regarding economics, geography, culture, government, and American Indian relations. [A.1.a., A.1.b., A … influenced history, literature, and one woman's captivity with the Native American Indian tribe of the Wampanoag. Through research and analysis of …
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  • 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 … trip on the Native Americans. Students will engage in historical empathy as they put themselves in the place of the Native Americans and the … 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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  • Alaska: The People and the Land - … about Alaskan Native heritage, "Otoonah," as retold by Robert David San Souci. From the reading and interpretation of this native American story, students … about Alaskan Native heritage, "Otoonah," as retold by Robert David San Souci. From the reading and interpretation of this native American story, students … Alaskan cultural groupings.Alaska Native Heritage CenterThis website has the geographic regions, symbols, and distinct characteristics of each of the Alaskan cultural groupings …
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  • Inuits and Native Americans: Constructing Comparisons - Inuits and Native Americans: Constructing Comparisons Marika Schneider Overview: In this lesson, students study the geography, lifestyle, and culture of the Inuit from … the Venn diagram comparing the Inuit and Native American lifestyle pasts to the Inuit and Native American lifestyle present. 5 6 7 Book List … Norman (1997) Igloo (Native American Homes) by Yasmine A. Cordoba (2001) The Igloo by David Yue (1988) Inuit (Native Americans) by Barbara A. Gray …
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  • Indiana Humanities Council - … People Native Americans Standards Tapestry Instructional Plan Assessment Rationale Humanities-rich Resources Teacher Inquiry Kiosk Description: Students will describe and explain major Native American … ASSESSMENTS:"Native American groups" pre and Day post-assessment) . See below 1 "Lesson Procedure. for 8.1.1" WEBQUEST.Assign partners. Research Native American … Written analysis worksheet Link Cherokee history http://www.cherokee.org/culture/culture.asp Background Day 8 research Link Brief history of http …
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  • Louisiana's Major Folk Regions - … Regional and Cultural Groups Adaptation Strategies Native American Organizations in Louisiana Louisiana Folklife Bibliography Louisiana Folklife Recommended Reading Louisiana's Traditional Cultures: An Overview … as Upland South culture dominates the Florida Parishes as well as the north central Hill Parishes. Several Native American tribal groups live in … ), English, and Native Americans (see Lesson Resources, Unit V Lesson 5 and Unit VIII Lesson 2 for Native American resources). New Orleans' cultural gumbo is …
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  • Louisiana Voices Unit VI Lesson 4 Moving to Music - … . Features traditional sacred and social music and dance of the Native American Pueblo Indians. For video excerpts, select "Los Danzantes." Music Resources … folk cultures in Louisiana's three folk regions. See Louisiana Three Major Subregions Map. Pow wow dances are important to Native American organizations … by Native Americans, Czechs, Filipinos, Greeks, Hungarians, and others. 3. Pow wow dances are important to Native American organizations throughout the state. Read about Native American
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  • Natural Dyes from Plants - … Arts/ Historic Native American Natural Dyes from Plants Grade Levels: 4 and up Illinois State Museum Web site used: Historic Native American, Prairie, Forest … legacy of settlers and native Americans influencing our culture and a reaction to the high-tech one-size-fits-all culture of today. Have … their notes. They should be able to iterate the cultural traditions of Native Americans and settlers with regard to the use of natural …
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  • Lewis and Clark: Same Place, Different Perspectives - … and by Native American groups; and understand that peoples' perceptions of places and of other people are based on their own culture and … a Native American might have thought. Divide each team into two groups. Have one group focus on the encounter from a Native American perspective … a business executive might interpret or view each culture. Related Links: Ableza: Teaching About Native American People Lewis and Clark Education Center Montana …
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