NATIVE AMERICANS OF OHIO . BY CHRISTINE YOON ED 607. Grade Level/Lesson. This lesson is geared towards fourth graders. This lesson focuses on the Native American Tribes in Ohio. Objectives. The students will be able to do the following:
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NATIVE AMERICANS OF OHIO
BY CHRISTINE YOON
The students will be able to do the following:
of the South”
The Adena Indians
The Hopewell Indians
The Fort Ancient Indians
Each group had its own culture, or way of life
All built mounds
What is a mound?
were often buried with
The students will write about the differences and similarities of these two tribes.
3. The students will create a scrapbook/journal about the tribe they researched. The students will collect pictures from books and the web. The students will write about the life style of their tribe, including housing, clothing, and family life.
4. The students will work in small groups to create a time line depicting the dates the different Native American tribes were present in Ohio. The students will use construction paper and markers.
5. Students will learn about different famous Native American leaders from Ohio. Students will make a list of at least five Native American leaders and two facts about them. Books and the Internet will be used.