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Early American Multimedia Thematic Unit: Lesson 1. Heather R. Craddock December 19, 2005. Objective. After our class discussion of the early American tribes: Choose a classmate, and complete the buddy review

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early american multimedia thematic unit lesson 1

Early American Multimedia Thematic Unit: Lesson 1

Heather R. Craddock

December 19, 2005

objective
Objective
  • After our class discussion of the early American tribes:
      • Choose a classmate, and complete the buddy review
      • Create a graphic organizer illustrating shelters, locations, clothing, food and interesting facts about each tribe.
      • Use cognitive recall to complete your graphic organizer.
      • Obtain at least 85% accuracy on your final production of an Early American graphic organizer.
introduction
Introduction
  • Early American Tribes
      • Inuit
      • Sioux
      • Pueblo
      • Iroquois
      • Kwakiutl
inuit
Inuit
  • Location
      • Alaska and Canada
  • Shelter
      • Igloos
      • Tents
      • Sod & stone houses
  • Food
      • Fish
      • Caribou
      • Seal
      • Walrus
      • Whales
      • Polar bear
  • Clothing
      • Animal skins
      • Fur
sioux
Sioux
  • Location
      • Interior of the US
      • Great Plains
      • Great lakes states
  • Shelter
      • Teepees – Nomadic society
  • Food
      • Buffalo-centered culture
  • Clothing
      • Buffalo skins
      • Deer skins
pueblo
Pueblo
  • Location
      • Northeast Arizona
      • Northwest New Mexico
      • Southern Colorado & Utah
      • Along the Rio Grande River in New Mexico
  • Shelter
      • Pueblos (town)
      • Stone or Adobe Apartment-like dwellings
  • Food
      • Skilled desert farmers
        • Corn
        • Beans
        • Squash
        • Pumpkin
        • Cotton
        • Domesticated turkey
pueblo7
Pueblo
  • Food Continued…
      • Hunters
        • Antelope
        • Deer
        • Rabbit
        • Some Bison
  • Clothing
      • Cotton
      • Some animal skins
  • Interesting Facts/Traditions
      • Traditions
        • Pottery
        • Basketweaving
      • Interesting facts
        • Ascended from Anasazi
        • Includes the Hopi, Zuni, Acoma & Lajuna
iroquois
Iroquois
  • Location
      • Eastern Woodlands
      • Upper New York State
      • Western Massachusetts
      • Connecticut
  • Shelter
      • Longhouses
      • Villages – Wooden Palisades
  • Food
      • Corn
      • Beans
      • Squash
      • Deer
      • Fish
  • Clothing
      • Skins & Furs
      • Plant & Tree fibers
  • Interesting Facts/Traditions
      • Noted Warriors
      • Dominated first 200 years of history
      • Most Iroquois tribes allied with British during French-Indian War
kwakiutl
Kwakiutl
  • Location
      • Pacific Northwest Coast
      • Washington to Alaska
      • Rainy, Mild climate
  • Shelter
      • Wood
      • Plank
      • Cedar bark
  • Food
      • Fish
      • Deer
      • Moose
      • Seaweed
      • Shellfish
      • Berries
kwakiutl10
Clothing

Fur

Cedar bark

Wood

Traditions

Totem poles

Potlatch

Kwakiutl
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Early American Buddy Review

Across

2. In what type of shelter did the Inuit live?

5. What tradition did the Kwakiutl use to tell their family history?

8. Which tribe ascended from the Anasazi?

9. Which tribe lived in the Alaska and Canada?

10. Which tribe dominated the first 200 years?

11. What did the Pueblo use to build their shelters?

12. What was the shelter for the Iroquois called?

Down

1. What did the Pueblo use to make clothing?

3. Where did the Sioux live?

4. Which tribe was buffalo-centered?

5. What did the Sioux use for shelters?

6. Which tribe used cedar bark for clothing?

7. What is one of the Pueblo traditions?

8. What is the name of the Kwakiutl celebration?

graphic organizer example
Graphic Organizer Example

Early American Tribes

Inuit

Sioux

Pueblo

Iroquois

Kwakiutl

Be sure to include location, clothing,

food, shelter and one interesting fact

for EACH tribe.

credits
Credits
  • www.rubistar.4teachers.org
  • Kidspiration
  • Microsoft Power Point
  • http://www.unitedstreaming.com
  • http://www.gatheringofnations.com/native_american_music/music_10.htm
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