Social Studies: Treaty Comparisons of Indigenous People
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Students assess the Treaty of Waitangi and compare it to various Native American treaties. After discussing the legal issues of the treaties, they role-play as groups representing a nation-state and indigenous people who negotiate a treaty.
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