Lessons for Native American Culture

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  • Creek War Journals - … mistreatment, Settlers' fear of Native American violence stemming from stories and rumor, and Change and division in Native American cultures as a result of European … mistreatment, Settlers' fear of Native American violence stemming from stories and rumor, and Change and division in Native American cultures as a result of European … mistreatment, Settlers' fear of Native American violence stemming from stories and rumor, and Change and division in Native American cultures as a result of European …
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  • Native Americans - … of Native American homes. * Draw pictures of different types of Native American homes. * List three ways Native American people utilized tobacco and its meaning in their culture … period in 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 for …
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  • The Land and People Before Columbus - … time periods. It is essential, then, that students examine "prehistoric" Native American cultures, such 2 as the Anasazi and Makah, and that they … group reflect their culture? Visual and aural materials also are appropriate resources for oral reports. Books such as Native American Art in the … of native Americans. When in doubt, teachers might contact reputable scholars for guidance. 7. The cultures of American Indians have contributed substantially to American culture as …
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  • Anthropologists: Puzzlers of Past Peoples - … supposed discoverers. * Native American cultures were well established and predated European contact. * Native Americans do not represent one culture, but are a series of cultures whose systems … culture reflect embedded bias? * How did the exploration of the Americas change Native American cultures? * Why is history written by the victors? * Why do Native American cultures … greater appreciation for Native American cultures and their vastness in the Americas prior to European contact. * Understand and explain how cultural interaction causes diffusion …
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  • Sticks and Stones May Break Our Bones: Native American Museum - … the American wilderness and the Native Americans who adapted to that region. Divide students into five groups. Use the student instruction sheet Native American Cultures Groups which is attached to assign each group a Native American Culture Group: Northeast-Cherokee, Northwest Coast … Bones: Native American Museum Cammie Fulk Rockingham County Public Schools Native American Museum Project You and your group members will be researching a Native American culture group …
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  • Now and Then and Back Again: A Study of Transportation - … transportation in America. Students will begin by studying ancient and Native American cultures and progress to the pioneer's use of land vehicles … transportation in America. Students will begin by studying ancient and Native American cultures and progress to the pioneer's use of land vehicles … transportation 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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  • Regional Landforms and Native People - … Native American culture. It is integral to their religion, ceremonies, and celebrations. Visit this web site with your class to play selections of Native American … of Native American life? What is a legend? Why were they important to the Native Americans? EXPLORE what legends we have in our culture. Relate them to the Native American legends. Compare as a …
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  • Create Your Own Native American Board Game - … . What do we learn about Native American culture from objects used in this game? 3. Introduce any other Native American games you choose as time … for Native Americans in the United States today? 7. What are some of the best ways of remembering, preserving, and appreciating Native American cultures? Evaluation … and justice; how African, Asian, Hispanic, and Native Americans have shaped American life and retained their cultural heritage). Grade level: 3-5 Subject area …
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  • Survival of Native American Culture - Survival of Native American Culture Author: Erin C. Locke Grade Level: 3rd & 4th Subject Area: … Declarative Native American Culture: housing, food, clothing, transportation, religion, language Iroquois culture Five tribes of Iroquois Nation Location of Iroquois tribes and other Native American tribes … aware of cultural differences and influence of society on different cultures. Procedure Prior to this lesson interview a member of a Native American tribe …
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  • Native American Policy « Terrain for Schools Curriculum Guide, Summer 2002 « Ecology Center - … were enforced for the sale, purchase, or transport of Native American remains or cultural artifacts without a legal right of possession. Museums were … the 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 can …
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