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  311.   What Do We Learn from the Repatriation of Alaska Native Artifacts?
What Do We Learn From the Repatriation of Alaska Native Artifacts? Grade level: 6th through 8th grade Subjects: Geography, history Time Needed for Completion: Three to five class periods Objectives for Students To observe and evaluate evidence of Alaska Native cultural symbols and artifacts. To research historical data from a variety of primary resources, including the Harriman expedition jou...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  312.   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

  313.   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

  314.   Stratigraphy And Cross-dating
...anoke Rapids" and "Cross-Dating" activity sheets for each student. Vocabulary Cross-dating: the principle that a diagnostic artifact dated at one archaeological site will be of the same approximate age when found elsewhere. Diagnostic artifact: an item that is indicative of a particular time and/or cultural group; a computer would be a diagnostic artifact of our time and culture. Spatial: concerned with space. Strata: layers (the plural of stratum); in archaeology, this term usually refers to layers of earth. Stratigraphy: the layering of deposits in an archaeological site. Cultural evidence and natural sediments become buried over time....
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  315.   Culture Everywhere
PDF version Previous lesson Next lesson Main menu RLA home N.C. Curriculum Alignment Lesson 1.2 CULTURE EVERYWHERE Ceramic pot from Cherokee County, North Carolina, ca. AD 1770. Subjects: social studies, language arts. Skills: knowledge, comprehension, analysis, evaluation. Strategies: brainstorming, categorize, compare and contrast, discussion, reading. Duration: 30 to 45 minutes. Class Size: any. Objectives In their study of culture, st...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  316.   Report Writing
LESSON PLAN by Ruth Chandler, Orchard School, Billings, MT Title: Report Writing Background: I have used this model to introduce report writing to my students. It can be adapted to have them research animals, insects, cultures. In this lesson I have adapted it to study a specific Native American Culture. Overview: This lesson starts out with the premise that your students are just learning how to write a report. The chart works as an organizer to help a student pick a tribe to research and to develop the students' ideas into a completed project. Objectives:...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  317.   African American English
| High School 9-12 Levels African American English Curricular Unit Menu No topic in has been studied more than the history and the structure of African American English (AAE). Also referred to as African American Vernacular English (AAVE), Black English, and , there is debate on the status of African American English as a distinct dialect of American English spoken by many Afri...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  318.   The Channel Island Fox
Guide Index The Channel Island Fox International Design Contest New Research Into Dyslexia Spider Web-making Stratagems SHOW 303: The Channel Island Fox A small fox on Santa Catalina Island off the coast of California provides a living clue to Native American people who lived and traded on these islands about 2,000 years ago. Evidence found in island graves shows that some of the people who lived here worshipped the fox. As a tribute to that tradition, one of the last descendants of the island peoples honors the fox with a ritual dance that links past and present. In an ongoing proje...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  319.   Primary Sources
...vent. II. Objectives Students will distinguish between primary and secondary sources Students will acquire and apply investigative skills to locate and use sources Students will learn how information and experiences affect, are interpreted, and evolve from different frames of reference, people, and culture Students will articulate the implications of cultural diversity, as well as cohesion, within and across groups Students will collect, study, and use primary sources to compare, contrast, and articulate cultural diversity, events, and impact from the past to the present Students will understand how early state and federal policy influenc...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  320.   Navajo Sand Paintings
...Background: The El Tovar lodge at the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park was designed by Charles Whittlesey to include a sense of both European elegance and rustic charm. In an effort to promote the lodge as a tourist attraction, the Santa Fe Railway and Fred Harvey Company capitalized on the Native American culture. They promoted Native American arts, including Navajo sand paintings, as an additional enticement to visit the Grand Canyon. Across the road from El Tovar are two much smaller building that celebrate the architecture of the nation's native people, the Hopi. In stark contrast to El Tovar, the Deserbee Watch Tower and the...
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    Grade Level: 6-12


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