Lessons for American Culture

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  • Shadows of North Carolina's past - … will infer past Native American lifeways based on observation, construct a timeline of four major culture periods in Native American history, and compare … will: infer past Native American lifeways based on observation. construct a timeline of four major culture periods in Native American history. compare these … culture is always changing, yet grounded in past ways. Like the general American culture has changed over time, so did that for Native Americans
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  • Comparing Cultures - … maps and identify cultural characteristics of North American and South American communities Classify cultural characteristics as economic or social Compare the cultural characteristics of communities in North America and South America. Vocabulary culture cultural … differences between the economic and social characteristics of North American and South American cultural characteristics. Students may use their lists of characteristics created …
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  • Create a Display of Native American Cultures - Native Americans of the West - … : Culture West and East Chapter 4: Native Americans of North America Lesson 1: Native Americans of the West Web Link Description Explore Native American cultures from across North America at First AmericansAmerican cultures deal with their physical environment and social conditions to make a diorama or poster about Native American culture to explore various Native American cultures
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  • The Roots of American Culture - … about Latino/Hispanic Americans. Using The New York Times as a gauge, is the new visibility of Latino culture apparent? Other Information … , social, and cultural developments in the contemporary United States. Benchmarks: Understands the factors that prompted new immigration in contemporary American society; Understands aspects of contemporary American culture (CTSS - 'social', '6-8', 'us11') Geography Standard …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Hoop Dreams - … backgrounds in American popular culture. 2. Explore the forces of fear and bias in keeping Native American athletes out of mainstream American sports through … you think that the lack of a notable American Indian presence in mainstream American culture is limited to sports? Why or why not? - What sort of responsibility, if any, do coaches have to recruit Native American
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • America's Idols - … phenomenon of "American Idol." How has the researched aspect of pop culture shaped American entertainment? How does this trend compare to "American Idol" in terms of longevity and impact on American pop culture? For example, "American … do you think "American Idol" has affected American culture and society? Why? -How does your opinion of the judges on "American Idol" compare to …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Frontier Wars of the 1790s - … economic aspects of North American colonization including: c. Interactions between American Indians and European settlers, including the agricultural and cultural exchanges, alliances, and … the American Revolution including: d. Impacts on American Indians. People in Societies. Students use knowledge of perspectives, practices and products of cultural, ethnic … against the American army. These Indians assimilated with American culture and hoped to live peacefully with their new neighbors. Not all American Indians concurred …
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  • Of Cultural Riches - … become embedded in American culture. This occurs over time, as immigrants assimilate and acculturate, and as Americans adopt and modify new cultural elements. Standards … : Define culture and its elements Determine how immigrant cultures are adapted to American culture Determine how American culture adopts elements of other cultures Explore family/personal cultural riches … jot down the various cultural riches it underscores. 3. Have students identify and list the ways immigrant cultures influence American culture by looking at …
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  • Folk Tradition in the Blues - … to explore selected topics in African American folklore. Students will learn about some of the African American cultural traditions that developed under slavery … African American folklore, including its language, imagery, and function Define and explain the nature of oral culture Understand the ways in which cultural … highly valued component of African American culture. When oppressive conditions persisted in the 20th century and African Americans were expected to be deferential …
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  • After Slavery: Uncle Tom's Cabin in Popular Culture - … upon the Uncle Tom's Cabin and American Culture site's rich archive of popular culture, guides students through an exploration of artifacts … Cabin and American Culture website At Uncle Tom's Cabin Door, 1913 song from the Uncle Tom's Cabin and American Culture website Optional … of students' exploration of the pop culture artifacts on the Uncle Tom's Cabin and American Culture website. Divide the class into groups …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
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