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  311.   Cultural Lit. 28: The Constitution & Treaties
Cultural Lit. 28: The Constitution & Treaties Time Frame: 2 class periods that run 60 minutes each. Summary: Students will: Identify the Constitutional basis of treaty-making; evaluate the impact of treaty-making on the Indian nations; and, compare and contrast Indian treaties with other foreign treaties of the 18th and 19th centuries, after re...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  312.   Cultural Lit. 42: Athabaskan Migration & Bering Strait
Cultural Lit. 42: Athabaskan Migration & Bering Strait Time Frame: 2 class periods that run 60 minutes each. Summary: Students will: Comprehend Athabaskan migration patterns and the Bering Strait Land Bridge theory after receiving direct instruction from instructor, reading selected texts, and working in group structures, within two class perio...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  313.   AIH-10: Adapting to A New Culture
AIH-10: Adapting to A New Culture Group Size: Small Groups Summary: Students will understand how American Indians adapted and interacted with other ethnic and cultural groups. Main Curriculum Tie: Social Studies - Utah Studies Standard 5 Objective 2 Investigate the contributions of Utah's religious and ethnic groups, including Native American Indians. Materials: A varie...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  314.   AIH-9: Legends and Stories of American Indians
AIH-9: Legends and Stories of American Indians Group Size: Individual Summary: Students will learn why it is important to hear the legends and stories of American Indians. Main Curriculum Tie: Social Studies - Utah Studies Standard 2 Objective 1 Examine the contributions of Native American Indians to the culture of Utah. Materials: The Storytelling Stone, Traditional Native...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  315.   American Indian Lifestyles
AIH-8: American Indian Lifestyles Group Size: Summary: Small Groups This lesson should help students to understand how the history of the American Indian is affecting them today. Main Curriculum Tie: Social Studies - 5th Grade Standard 2 Objective 3 Analyze expansion of the United States from the Civil War to 1900. Materials: Attachments + Historical_...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  316.   American Indians' Loss of Land
AIH-6: American Indians' Loss of Land Group Size: Summary: Small Groups This lesson will help students understand that the American Indians suffered the loss of their homelands, homes, and their way of life. Main Curriculum Tie: Social Studies - 5th Grade Standard 2 Objective 3 Analyze expansion of the United States from the Civil War to 1900. Materia...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  317.   Westward Expansion
AIH-5: Westward Expansion Group Size: Summary: Small Groups Students will research how the westward expansion affected the American Indians. Main Curriculum Tie: Social Studies - 5th Grade Standard 2 Objective 3 Analyze expansion of the United States from the Civil War to 1900. Materials: Attachments + Migration_Map.pdf + State_Names.pdf + State_Names_Worksheet.pdf + Westward_Expansion.pdf + IndianLeaders_Heros.pdf Background For Teachers: This is the first of four...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  318.   Cultural Lit. 33: U.S. and Iroquois Governments
Cultural Lit. 33: U.S. and Iroquois Governments Time Frame: 1 class period that runs 60 minutes. Summary: Students will: Compare the roles and functions of the different branches of the Iroquois and US governments, and the principles of separation of power and checks and balances, after receiving direct instruction from instructor, reading sele...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  319.   Cultural Lit. 32: US & Iroquois Constitution Parallels
Cultural Lit. 32: US & Iroquois Constitution Parallels Time Frame: 1 class period that runs 60 minutes. Summary: Students will: Identify and compare the stated purposes of the Iroquois and US Constitutions, and their roles as living documents after receiving direct instruction from instructor, reading selected texts, and working in group struct...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  320.   Cultural Lit. 31: The U.S. and Iroquois Constitutions
Cultural Lit. 31: The U.S. and Iroquois Constitutions Time Frame: 1 class period that runs 60 minutes. Summary: Students will: Identify and compare the major elements of the Iroquois and US Constitutions after receiving direct instruction from instructor, reading selected texts, and working in group structures, within 1 class period. Main Curri...
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    Grade Level: 6-8


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