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Native American Culture and Traditions
6th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
The history of the native tribes of North America is rich, powerful, and vital to understanding the history of our country. Take a look at these project ideas and lesson plans for teaching middle schoolers about Native American culture and traditions.
Idea Book – For Creating Lessons and Units About American Indians
2nd - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
Augment a unit on the traditions and legacies of Native Americans with an informational packet. With pages that detail the tribal origins of commonly used words, a list of ways that Native American customs influenced American democracy,...
Native Lands: Indians in Georgia, How Do We Know What We Know?
3rd - 12th
Students examine Native American oral traditions. In this Georgia history lesson plan, students discuss Native American oral traditions and research stories of migration. Students create their own oral history projects that feature their...
The Iron Horse vs. the Buffalo: Indian-Settler Conflict on the Great Plains
The Iron Horse encroached upon the land while conflicts escalated between Native Americans and the settlers. Sophomores study the print, American Progress then discuss how American progress affected Native Americans. They will study the...
Poetry: When the Rain Sings Poems by Young Native Americans
7th - 11th
Poetry can express feelings, values, and culture; it also provides insight into a time and place. Young analysts discuss the meanings of several poems from a collection of Native American works entitled, When the Rain Sings. They then...
Understanding the Aboriginal Experience: A Study of Native American and Australian Aborigine History and Culture
8th - 12th
Students explore the Native American and Australian Aboriginal history and culture. In this language arts instructional activity, students watch clips of the film Rabbit-Proof Fence then work in small groups to discuss and answer...
Fire and Buffalo Goddesses: Crash Course World Mythology #14
12 mins 7th - 12th
Aloha! Scholars explore a volcano goddess from Hawaii in the 14th installment of the 41-episode World Mythology series by Crash Course. Pupils explore the characteristics of goddesses and what makes them so unique. Viewers also discover...
Native Americans During the 19th and 20th Centuries
7th - 11th
Students explore major events in Native American history in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In this American history lesson, students listen to lectures, examine photographs, and analyze music regarding Native American history...
June 25, 1876: An Interpretation of an Historical Event
9th - 12th
Students explore the Battle of Little Bighorn. In this Native American history lesson, students conduct research regarding the battle and the relationship between the Sioux and the American government. Students consider how the U.S....
The Importance of Buffalo Culture to Blackfeet Indians
11th - 12th
Students examine importance of buffalo in culture of Blackfeet Indians, and explore types of technology used by Indians to kill large numbers of buffalo. Students research transition of Blackfeet from subsistence economy to capitalist...
Reading Guide: The Woman Who Married a Bear by Elizabeth James
4th - 5th
Students practice reading comprehension and analysis. In this reading guide, students answer pre-reading and post-reading questions that coincide with the book The Woman Who Married a Bear by Elizabeth James. The teacher can also focus...
Tribal Diversity within the Indigenous Peoples of the North American Continent
4th - 11th
Learners, after brainstorming what they already know about Indians, explore and analyze the tribal diversity within the Indigenous Peoples of North America. They recognize that American Indians have their own unique language origins,...
A Look at Life of the Plains Indians through artists like George Catlin
K - 3rd
Learners identify and interpret the life of the Indians on the Plains during the 1800's through artworks of George Catlin and others during this time period. Students examine life of the Pawnee Indians and interpret conditions that...