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Grade 5: The Western Hemisphere. Key Ideas and Concepts. 5.1 The first humans in the Western Hemisphere modified their physical environment as well as adapted to their environment. Their interactions with their environment led to various innovations and to the development of unique cultures.

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key ideas and concepts
Key Ideas and Concepts
  • 5.1 The first humans in the Western Hemisphere modified their physical environment as well as adapted to their environment. Their interactions with their environment led to various innovations and to the development of unique cultures.
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5.1a Various forms of scientific evidence suggest that humans came to North America approximately 25,000 to 14,000 years ago and spread southward to South America.

learning goal 1
Learning Goal #1
  • Students will examine the various theories of the migration routes by which the first humans may have arrived, including the Beringia land bridge, using maps and archaeological evidence.
migration theories student activities
Migration Theories: Student Activities
  • Migration Theories Introduction
  • CBC Land Bridge Video
  • Animation of Land Bridge
  • Prehistoric Peoples of North America Video
  • The Human Journey Migration Routes Website
  • Land Bridge Theory Website/Article
  • Other Migration Theories Article/Website
  • Mystery of the First Americans Article
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5.1b Human populations that settled along rivers, in rainforests, along oceans, in deserts, on plains, in mountains, and in cold climates adapted to and made use of the resources and environment around them in developing distinct ways of life.

early peoples used resources and adapted to the environment
Early Peoples Used Resources and Adapted to the Environment
  • Mound Builders Website/Interactive
  • Who Were the Moundbuilders? The First American Civilization Video
  • Moundbuilders Clip
  • Anasazi
  • Anasazi Places: A Photographic Journey through Sites
  • Cliff Dwelling Museum
  • History Channel Digging for the Truth: The Anasazi
  • Nunavut99-Early Inuit History
  • Inuit
  • The Inuit Housing and Hunting
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5.1c Early peoples living together in settlements developed shared cultures with customs, beliefs, values, and languages that give identity to the group. These early peoples also developed patterns of organization and governance to manage their society.

learning goal 2
Learning Goal #2
  • Students will examine maps that show the variety of different Native American groups located in the Western Hemisphere, noting there are many different culture groups in many different types of physical, climate, and vegetative regions.
graphic organizer student resources
Graphic Organizer/Student Resources
  • Early Cultural Groups/Regions Comparison Matrix
  • Early Cultural Groups/Regions Article
  • Quizlet Culture Groups
  • Cultural Regions Map
learning goal 3
Learning Goal #3
  • Students will select one Native culture group from the United States, one from Canada, and one from the Caribbean region and compare and contrast them by examining how each of these groups adapted to and used the environment and its resources to meet their basic needs, and by examining elements of their culture, including customs, beliefs, values, languages, and patterns of organization and governance.
comparing native culture groups from united states canada caribbean
Comparing Native Culture Groups from United States, Canada, Caribbean
  • Early Native Culture Groups Comparison Matrix/Student Directions
  • Mr. Nussbaum Site with Native American Links/Activities
  • KidInfo Site with Links to Native American Tribes
  • First Peoples of Canada
  • Canadian Early Nations
  • Canadian First Nations by Province
  • The Taino
  • Early Peoples of the Caribbean