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Tuesday, April 12 th , 2011. History of the Southwest & Mexico IN: Where did we leave Dances With Wolves yesterday?

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Tuesday april 12 th 2011

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

  • History of the Southwest & Mexico

  • IN: Where did we leave Dances With Wolves yesterday?

  • Content Objective: I will analyze how cultures meet by policying out the effects of US Expansion into Lakota Sioux territory in a letter from Dances With Wolves to the U.S. President


Dances with wolves reflection

Dances With Wolves Reflection:

  • Write a letter as Dances with Wolves (John Dunbar) to the President of the United States of America (President Grant)

  • Describe what happened when the US Army met the Lakota Sioux. Be sure to point out the effects of the two cultures meeting:

    • Did one culture disappear?

    • Did the other culture take over?

    • Did they combine to create a new culture together?


Example

Example:

  • Dear President Grant,

    • My name is Dances with Wolves. Two years ago I was assigned to Fort Segwick as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. My name then was John Dunbar. My job was to rebuild the fort and guard against indian “hostiles”. Over the next year I became close friends with my neighbors, the Lakota Sioux. I found them to be honest, loyal people. They care for each other, they laugh often, They are not the monsters they were made out to be…

    • When the U.S. army arrived…


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