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Major Goals

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Major Goals
  • Students will gain an understanding and appreciation of the richness and variety of many other Native American cultures.
  • Students will gain an understanding of the economic, social, and political life of the Native Americans.
  • Students will gain an increased understanding and appreciation for the life of Native Californians and Native Americans before the arrival of Europeans, and how that life changed.
  • Students will be able to describe the nature of interactions between different cultural groups with differing beliefs.
  • Students will work collaboratively as a member of a group to use technology to research, develop and present a multimedia project.
  • Students will use a map to choose a Native American tribe to research and participate in brainstorming.
  • The students will research different facets of Native American life; the location of villages, the dwellings, clothing, tools, utensils, and weapons, food, roles in the family, traditions and customs (such as religion, special ceremonies), and any other unique characteristics.
  • Students will describe, document, and illustrate of Native Americans.
  • Students will gather, evaluate, and synthesize data from a variety of technological and informational sources.
  • Students will evaluate and from a variety of sources.
  • Students will use graphic organizers to order their questions and discoveries.
  • Students will list the source materials.
  • Students will self-evaluate their own research and presentation.
  • Students will create and complete a multimedia presentation, comparing and contrasting, the lives of the Indian tribes before and after European exploration and colonization.
  • Students will assume the role on of a Native American create a entry about their life as a Native American or a legend to explain the changes in their lives.
  • Students will participate in a wrap–up discussion to demonstrate an understanding of the content.

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