Lessons for American Culture

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  • Music: A Vehicle for Wartime Protest - … reveal about American culture today. Then ask, what controversies in our culture might Lady Gaga and her music bring to life in American culture? (Possible … reveal about American culture today. Then ask, what controversies in our culture might Lady Gaga and her music bring to life in American culture? (Possible … reveal about American culture today. Then ask, what controversies in our culture might Lady Gaga and her music bring to life in American culture? (Possible …
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  • Now and Then and Back Again: A Study of Transportation - … in America. Students will begin by studying ancient and Native American cultures and progress to the pioneer's use of land vehicles … in America. Students will begin by studying ancient and Native American cultures and progress to the pioneer's use of land vehicles … in America. Students will begin by studying ancient and Native American cultures and progress to the pioneer's use of land vehicles …
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  • American Fast Food: A Cultural Lesson - … , these activities will link American fast food, as a cultural product, to the perspectives and practices of American culture as a whole.A. Objectives … differences between food in American culture and their own culture. They will also discuss and present the relationship between a cultural product, such as … is representative of American culture to discuss the similarities and differences between food in American culture and food in their own culture to search for …
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  • Trails Of Understanding: The Earliest Immigrants - … their research and examine ways in which American culture's assumptions about and stereotypes of Native American life have had an impact in … a class, examine ways in which the American culture's assumptions and stereotypes about Native American life have impacted the past and the … differences among Native American societies (e.g., gender roles, patterns of social organization, cultural traditions, economic organization, and political culture among Hopi, Zuni …
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  • North American Cultures - … does each culture influence the other? What determines which culture will be dominant? SEGMENT FOUR: NEW MEXICO 6. To Native Americans, an eagle … Valerie, two young Native Americans whose lives incorporate both their traditional Native American culture and the modern U.S. culture. What advantages and disadvantages do you think they experience living in these two fairly different cultures
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  • Native Americans - … different types of Native American homes. * List three ways Native American people utilized tobacco and its meaning in their culture. * Compare and contrast … Native American history. * Describe the meaning or myth associated with five words defined by Native American culture. * Investigate and outline a Native American tribe's or nation's flag. * Create a replica of a Native American flag …
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  • Jews in America at a Time of Growth and Change: Forging New Frontiers - … made their mark on American society in interesting and creative ways by weaving Jewish culture into the fabric of American culture. More Detailed Background … invention and popularity of the radio change American culture and society? Why do you think Americans were especially fascinated by science fiction stories … part of American popular culture? Why? If you could take one religious item and combine it with a sense of American culture how would …
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  • Survival of Native American Culture - … Native American Culture: housing, food, clothing, transportation, religion, language Iroquois culture Five tribes of Iroquois Nation Location of Iroquois tribes and other Native American … Compare/Contrast between Iroquois culture and American culture Experiences and Activities: Utilize research graphic Organizer to compare and contrast cultures Strategies Used: Graphic organizer … United States history requires and analysis of the development of American culture, its diversity, and multicultural context, and the ways people are …
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  • Music in West Africa - … of power in West African music culture in order to understand shared characteristics in African?American music. o Students will identify characteristics … to and different from music created and performed in African American culture. o Students will perform a West African drum and dance … power in American culture and other cultures. 3. Find characteristics of African 3. Students will compare common elements Drumming in African American music - of …
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  • Native American Policy « Terrain for Schools Curriculum Guide, Summer 2002 « Ecology Center - … enforced for the sale, purchase, or transport of Native American remains or cultural artifacts without a legal right of possession. Museums were … government sought to protect and nourish selected aspects of Native American culture. The next broad phase of federal policy was one of … threaten their land, resources, and cultural practices. Land is fundamental to the practice of traditional Native American religions. Areas of sacred geography …
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