Lessons for American Culture

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  • Kill the Indian to Save the Man: Reservations, Assimilation, and Native American Resistance and Persistence in the West - … 1 9t h century, Native American resistance to that policy, and federal government efforts to destroy Native American culture, specifically through the Dawes … . Remind students that one of the major cultural differences between Native Americans and European Americans was in their respective attitude toward ownership of … Native American culture. Read the poems of writers like Ohiyesa or more contemporary poets and discuss how their work expresses Native American sense …
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  • The Columbian Exchange - … , Spanish and Native American influences are present in many Latin American cultures in the New World. The history and culture of both the Old … Native Americans. The Spaniards began importing slaves from Africa to replace the loss of indigenous forced labor. This is why Latin American culture has such a strong African component, as well as European, indigenous and mestizo (mixed) components. Today, one sees the Latin American culture
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  • The Columbian Exchange - … , Spanish and Native American influences are present in many Latin American cultures in the New World. The history and culture of both the Old … Native Americans. The Spaniards began importing slaves from Africa to replace the loss of indigenous forced labor. This is why Latin American culture has such a strong African component, as well as European, indigenous and mestizo (mixed) components. Today, one sees the Latin American culture
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  • Exploring Culture to Understand the Identities of those Enslaved - … people, women, wage earners, landless farmers, American Indians, African Americans and other ethnic groups). Materials Culture brainstorm handout, attached Am I Not a … only through the years of slavery, but into present African American culture as well. 9. Tell students that they will be exploring … a means for survival but also a part of African American culture. (However, such foods come at high costs that are still …
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  • American Indians - … 3 & 5) Native American Cultures across the U.S. This EDSITEment lesson discusses the differences between five Native American tribes within the U … the American Indian and art by contemporary Native Americans is utilized to explore changes and the causes of changes in Native American cultures since … County and the vicinity, a Native American Cultural Synopsis, and a section on the Pee Dee Culture. Roanoke Revisited Heritage Education Program This …
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  • Discussion Guide to the Novels of Virginia Hamilton - … fuel all her stories. "I'm American Black," she says, "American Afro-Indian [Patawatami]-Euro-Creole American" (email correspondence, 25 October 1998). Filling … children growing up in a culturally diverse world. They might be growing up in a "parallel" American culture, Hamilton's term for the … about or living their own cultural traditions. Because Hamilton is Black American, she focuses on her own particular culture. But her characters often …
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  • Compare and Contrast Native American Regions - … able to distinguish between major Native American regions. Students can see the connections between the Native American cultural regions and the natural resources … able to distinguish between major Native American regions. Students can see the connections between the Native American cultural regions and the natural resources … able to distinguish between major Native American regions. Students can see the connections between the Native American cultural regions and the natural resources …
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  • Who Were the First Americans? - … .1 The student knows similarities and differences among selected Native American cultures from different regions and times (for example, nomadic groups, agricultural … are also called Native Americans. *Different groups of Indians lived in different regions of the country. *Native American culture groups met their needs … its culture. Once students have a base of knowledge, they can show they know similarities and differences among selected Native American cultures from …
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  • The Matrix - … of the unit Native Americans. Students will read the class matrix and review by making comparisons of Native American culture groups from different … in demonstrating knowledge of similarities and differences among select Native American cultures from different regions and times, understanding of ways climate, location … of Native American culture groups from different regions and times. The teacher will look for evidence that students understand ways the culture groups …
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  • ECB: Education Wisconsin Studies Page - … Day 6: Celebrate Native American Cultures Bibliography Day 1: History Objectives To determine students' prior knowledge of Native American culture To provide students with … 6: Celebrate Native American Cultures Purpose/Goal: To introduce Native American cultures Objective: The students will develop an appreciation for Native American culture and people using … Day 5 Day 6 Lessons Bibliography: Native American Culture Habitat Simon, Nancy and Evelyn Wolfson, 1978. American Indian Habitats: How to Make Dwellings …
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