Lessons for Native American Culture

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  • AIH-9: Legends and Stories of American Indians - … 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 American Myths and Tales (excellent book for this age level) Native American … reading the "Cross-Cultural Awareness" section. Read The Story Telling Stone by Susan Fieldman (origin stories), ISBN 03853340028. Native American Oral Traditions - Collaboration …
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  • Storytelling - … : Native American Storytelling compare and contrast Twain s methods of storytelling with Native American storytellers by having students complete the attached Webquest that examines Native American stories and then write their own trickster tale/ creation myth using the stories and handouts provided. Compare with modern day Native American … fashion, a different metaphysical, political, or social situation. In Western culture, allegories have often been used for instructive purposes around Christian …
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  • Our Colonial Heritage - … a "melting pot". Many different cultures have come together to form the culture that we know called the American culture. 3. Talk about farming … Emancipation Proclamation Mayflower Compact Massachusetts Agreement ____13. ____14. ___15. The native American who visited the colony and taught them several survival tips … called New Amsterdam. The Governor bought the land from the Native Americans by trading things like beads, cloth, and knives, which added …
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  • Meso-American Civilizations: Geography with the Spanish Conquistadors - … , and the Spanish and Native influences ( Grade 1). 4. Background knowledge of the Conquistadors, and effects on Native Americans (Grade 1). 5. Background … a Spanish parent and a Native American parent; the beginnings of a child who was both European and American A. 7 6. D … established between Native and Spanish/European goods and resources. Long-term effects are: Native populations are lessened and weakened; Native cultures are weakened; Natives learn …
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  • Guest Post | A Native American Student Responds to a Times Article About His Home - … newspaper, advertising or anywhere else. American History, Guest Post, Lesson Plans, Social Studies, Crime, Indian tribes, Native American Indians, Native Americans, news media, Wyoming 42 … the Americas we call home, that Indians still live..have culture, native pride, we can pray as we want and our children … so well. I grew up in Lander and had many Native American friends. John gooodman February 23, 2012 * 10:02 am Thanks …
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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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  • Meso-America - … to the Mayan ruins remind us of anything in American history (finding Native American ruins)? 3. Read in Pearson Learning Core Knowledge history … contribute to more deaths of native people? (Natives were not immune to these diseases. This also happened with Native Americans in North America.) Watch … understand how the mask relates to the culture or story being studied. Score Knowledge about Culture/ Story Time and Effort Working With …
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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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