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The Totem Project. Mr. Derrick Laychuk 2008. Totem project tasks. Task One: Questions for Research Task Two: What are Totem Poles Task Three: Finding your Animal Spirits Task Four: Your Personal Totem Task Five: Potlatch Ceremony. Task one: Questions.

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the totem project
The Totem Project

Mr. Derrick Laychuk 2008

totem project tasks
Totem project tasks

Task One: Questions for Research

Task Two: What are Totem Poles

Task Three: Finding your Animal Spirits

Task Four: Your Personal Totem

Task Five: Potlatch Ceremony

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1. How are the life and deeds of a person remembered in our society?
  • What kinds of qualities are remembered?
  • When people die, how are they memorialized?
  • How do other cultures memorialize their departed?
task two
Task Two

What are Totem Poles

describe the following
Describe the Following
  • Memorial Pole -
  • House Pole -
  • Mortuary Pole -
  • How are totem poles similar to the other ways people remember the dead?
  • How are totem poles different?
task three
Task Three

Finding your Animal Spirit.

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What type of animal describes you? What deeds and activities have you done that an animal could represent? (Football, babysitting, quiet and studious, social)
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Make a list of characteristics that you represent you; those behaviors that you believe are most important to you.
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For each "Spirit Animal" write a paragraph explaining why you chose these particular "Spirit Animals" and compare/contrast them with your own characters
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Once there exists a written record of your totem create a multi-media slideshow, movie, presentation, photo essay etc that represents your "Personal Totem"

use old soda cans, milk bottles or cartons, found objects, old computer parts paper maiche etc (This is the time to be creative and let your spirits guide you!)

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Explore different Native American foods, games, and customs

Prepare these foods for the potlatch

Bring everything together by having a potlatch invite other classes or family members