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Title: Native Americans


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Native Americans
  • Power Point Presentation
  • By
  • Kris Rone Sara Wagner

2
Native Americans
  • Level Fourth Grade
  • Unit includes
  • Field Trip to Sunwatch
  • Village
  • Native American Legends
  • Totem Poles and Dreamcatchers
  • Mapping of Native American
  • Regions
  • Individual reports
  • including presentations

3
Objectives
  • The students will study Native American
    lifestyles by going on a field trip to Sunwatch
    Indian Village.
  • The students will learn about Native American
    culture by listening to and writing their own
    legend, making a totem pole, and creating a
    dreamcatcher.

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Objectives contd
  • The students will locate the various Native
    American regions on a North American map.
  • The students will study all aspects of tribal
    life by researching and reporting their findings
    in presentation format to their fellow students.

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Field Trip
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Field Trip Objective
  • The students will study Native American
    lifestyles by going on a field trip to Sunwatch
    Indian Village.

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Sunwatch Indian Village
  • National Historic Landmark
  • 800 year-old Indian village
  • Built by the Fort Ancient Indians
  • Located near the Great Miami River
  • http//www.sunwatch.org/

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Field Trip Materials
  • Permission slips signed by parents
  • Packed lunches (drinks will not be provided)
  • Cameras (optional)
  • Notebook and pen or pencil

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Field Trip Agenda
  • Arrive at Sunwatch Village at 1000am.
  • In small groups (4-5 students), tour village with
    a chaperone from 1000am--1200pm.
  • Lunch from 1200pm--1230pm.
  • Class discussion from 1230pm--130pm.
  • Arrive back at school at 215pm.

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Field Trip Foci
  • Types of dwellings
  • Artifacts--pottery, drawings, weapons
  • Cultural practices--religious beliefs, family
    structure, tribal hierarchy
  • Legends and folklore

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Field Trip Assessment
  • Active participation in village tour (e.g. active
    interest, asking questions)
  • Contributions to class discussion
  • Written summary on field trip experience

12
Native American Legends
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Legend Objectives
  • Students will learn about Native American culture
    by listening to and writing their own legend.
  • Students will learn about Native American culture
    by creating their own totem pole.
  • Students will learn about Native American culture
    by creating their own dreamcatcher.

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Legend Materials
  • Brother Eagle, Sister Sky by, Susan Jeffers
  • Writing paper and pen

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Legend Materials contd.
  • For Totem Poles
  • Paper towel holders
  • Markers, crayons
  • Feathers, buttons and other decorative items
  • glue

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Legend Materials contd
  • For dreamcatchers
  • Thin wood
  • Colorful yarn
  • Feathers
  • Colored beads

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Legend Assessment
  • Students will be assessed on the neatness,
    originality and creativity of their legends,
    totem poles and dreamcatchers.
  • Spelling and grammar will also be assessed, but
    to a lesser degree.

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Native American LegendsRelated Websites
  • http//www.ocbtracker.com/ladypixel/legend.html
  • http//www.ilhawaii.net/stony/loreindx.html

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Native American Homelands
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Homeland Objectives
  • Students will be able to locate the five Native
    American regions located in the present-day
    United States and list some of the tribes that
    inhabited those regions.
  • Students will study all aspects of life and
    culture of a tribe of their choice. They will be
    asked to research this tribe and present their
    findings to the class in presentation format.

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Homeland Materials
  • Research materials
  • Native American clothing to dress up as a tribe
  • Computer to type report
  • Native American visual aids for use during report

22
Native American Regions
  • Pacific Northwest
  • California Intermountain region
  • Northern coastal region
  • Plateau region
  • Southwest
  • Southeast
  • Eastern Woodlands
  • Plains

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Pacific Northwest Region
  • Plateau region
  • Walla-walla
  • Yakama
  • Spokane
  • Northwest Pacific Coast
  • Chinook
  • Haida
  • Nootka
  • Intermountain region
  • Paiute
  • Ute
  • Shoshone

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Southwest Region
  • Hopi
  • Navajo
  • Papago
  • Pima
  • Zuni

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Eastern Woodland Region
  • Iroquois
  • Huron
  • Ojibwa
  • Winnebago
  • Algonquin
  • Potawatomi
  • Shawnee
  • Delaware

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Southeast Region
  • Cherokee
  • Creek
  • Seminoles
  • Chocktaw
  • Chickasaw

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Plains Region
  • Sioux
  • Cheyenne
  • Arapaho
  • Comanche
  • Omaha
  • Pawnee
  • Crow
  • Osage

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Homeland Assessment
  • Students will be assessed on their accuracy of
    mapping the Native American regions.
  • Students will be assessed on the completeness of
    their tribal research and presentation.

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Native AmericansRelated Websites
  • http//www.nativetech.org/ Native American arts
    and crafts
  • http//www.channel-e-philadelphia.com/nattopics.ht
    ml Native American timeline
  • http//memory.loc.gov/learn/collections/pacific/pa
    cintro/html Native Americans of the Pacific
    Northwest

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