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Social Studies Technology Project Ohio Social Studies Strands. Native American Indians Grade Four By: Dawn A. Flake. Contents. 1. American Heritage & People in Society Activities 2. American Heritage & People in Society Web Sites 3. People in Societies Activities

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social studies technology project ohio social studies strands

Social Studies Technology ProjectOhio Social Studies Strands

Native American Indians

Grade Four

By: Dawn A. Flake

contents
Contents
  • 1. American Heritage & People in Society Activities
  • 2. American Heritage & People in Society Web Sites
  • 3. People in Societies Activities
  • 4. People in Societies Web Sites
  • 5. World Interactions Activities
  • 6. World Interactions Web Sites
  • 7. Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities Activities
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Contents
  • 8. Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities Web Sites
  • 9. Democratic Processes Activities
  • 10. Democratic Processes Web Site
  • 11. Decision Making and Resources Activities
  • 12. Decision Making and Resources Web Sites
  • 13. Science, Technology, and Society Activities
  • 14. Science, Technology, and Society Web Sites
american heritage activities
American Heritage Activities
  • 1. Visit Sunwatch Indian Village
  • 2. Research and write a report about Tecumseh
  • 3. Attend the outdoor drama Blue Jacket
  • 4. Read Indian Captive, The Story of MaryJemison
  • 5. Visit an Indian Mound
american heritage people in societies web sites
American Heritage & People in Societies Web Sites
  • 1. Sunwatch Indian Village Archeological Park – http://www.sunwatch.org/
  • 2. Tecumseh – http://members.aol.com/circofire/tecumseh.html
  • 3. Blue Jacket – http://www.ohiokids.org/ohc/history/h_indian/people/bluejack.html
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American Heritage & People in Societies Web Sites
  • 4. Blue Jacket – http://www.bluejacketdrama.com/aindex.htm
  • 5. Indian Mounds – http://www.greatdreams.com/mound.htm
people in societies activities
People in Societies Activities
  • 1. Identify Native American Tribes that made their homes in Ohio
  • 2. Indicate on an Ohio map approximately where in Ohio each tribe made their home
  • 3. Identify a Native American religious custom and compare it to your own
  • 4. Describe the differences between the traditional roles of males and females within Native American culture and compare them to the roles of males and females today
  • 5. Identify a Native American contribution.
people in societies web sites
People in Societies Web Sites
  • 1. Maps: GIS Windows on Native Lands, Current Places and History – http://indy4.fdl.cc.mn.us/~isk/maps/mapmenu.html
  • 2. Indian Cultural Research Center at Blue Cloud Abbey – http://www.bluecloud.org/dakota.html
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People in Societies Web Sites
  • 3. Washo, Paiute & Shoshone Peoples Page – http://users.intercomm.com/redtail/
  • 4. Native American Home Pages – www.nativeculture.com/lisamitten/indians.html
  • 5. OCRT: Religious Tolerance Native American http://www.religioustolerance.org
world interactions activities
World Interactions Activities
  • 1. On an Ohio map, locate the Ohio, the Mohican, and the Great Miami Rivers.
  • 2. Indicate the approximate latitude and longitude of each of these rivers
  • 3. Make a table that compares Ohio’s natural resources to those of Oklahoma and state why Native Americans might have resisted relocation
  • 4. Visit Fort Ancient on the Great Miami River
  • 5. Make a chart that compares Ohio’s climate to Oklahoma’s and state why Native Americans might have resisted relocation
world interactions web sites
World Interactions Web Sites
  • 1. AOL Research and Learn – http://aolsve.maps.aol.com/research/main.dci?map=state,default
  • 2. Earth Floor Biomes – http://www.cotf.edu/etc/modules/msese/earthsys.html
  • 3. The National Atlas of the U.S.A. – http://nationalatlas.gov/natlas/natlasstart.asp
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World Interactions Web Sites
  • 4. OHS Places/Fort Ancient – www.ohiohistory.org/places/ftancien/
  • 5. Fort Ancient Culture – www.ohiokids.org/ohc/archaeol/p_indian/tradit/ftancien.html
citizenship rights and responsibilities activities
Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities Activities
  • 1. Create a set of five tribal rules.
  • 2. Devise penalties for breaking these rules.
  • 3. Write a letter to the President about the relocation of your tribe.
  • 4. Participate in a tribal vote, presenting arguments both for and against relocation.
  • 5. Make a chart that identifies each viewpoint as either fact or opinion.
citizenship rights and responsibilities web sites
Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities Web Sites
  • 1. Myths and Legends for American Indian Youth – www.kstrom.net/isk/stories/myths.html
  • 2. Great Chiefs and Leaders – www.indians.org/welker/leaders.htm
  • 3. Indian Chiefs – www.geocities.com/RainForest/7694/chiefs.html
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Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities Web Sites
  • 4. Native American Index – www.thehawksnest.com/html/nativein.html
  • 5. Constitution of the Coctaw Nation – http://www.uwm.edu/~mwilson/constitutions/1838.htm
democratic processes activities
Democratic Processes Activities
  • 1. Appoint the lawmaker, the law enforcer, and the law interpreter of our class tribe.
  • 2. Decide what duties these positions require.
  • 3. Decide how these duties will be carried out.
  • 4. Make a diagram that depicts the hierarchical structure of the positions within our class tribe.
  • 5. A member of our tribe has decided to harass the local white families in response to the refusal of the general store to accommodate Native American customers. Decide what to do.
democratic process web sites
Democratic Process Web Sites
  • 1. Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Native American Women – www.si.edu/resource/faq/nmai/women.htm
  • 2. Northeast Wigwam – http://www.newigwam.com/TRIBES.html
  • 3. The Seneca Tribe – http://www.sru.edu/depts/artsci/engl/perment/seneca.htm
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Democratic Process Web Sites
  • 4. Miami History – http://www.clickshovel.com/mia.html
  • 5. North American Indians – home.ptd.net/~nikki/indian.htm
decision making and resources activities
Decision Making and Resources Activities
  • 1. The tribe has decided to make beaded necklaces to sell at the general store. What resources will you need and where are they found?
  • 2. Decide upon the most efficient manner to produce these necklaces.
  • 3. How will the profits be distributed?
  • 4. Individually, make a list of items that you need and want for the year as a tribe member.
  • 5. Create a list of other goods that your tribe could produce for sale to the white man.
decision making and resources web sites
Decision Making and Resources Web Sites
  • 1. Beadwork – http://www.mcs.net/~simone/beadnet/bnam_ht.html
  • 2. The Beadedweb – Native American Indian Beadwork – http://wwwgeocities.com/RainForest/vines/7657/
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Decision Making and Resources Web Sites
  • 3. Indian Artifacts – www.indianartifacts.com/explore.htm
  • 4. Native American Museum – www.nativeamericanmuseum.org.
  • 5. Native American Culture – www.indianvillage.com
science technology and society
Science, Technology, and Society
  • 1. Video record a television program that is related to the Native American theme.
  • 2. Write a description of two internet sites that are related to the Native American theme.
  • 3. Find an electronic article about Native Americans and orally describe it to the class.
  • 4. Create a word search or crossword puzzle on the computer that is related to Native Americans.
  • 5. Find and print two clip art pictures that are related to the Native American theme.
science technology and society web sites
Science, Technology, and Society Web Sites
  • 1. Public Broadcasting Station – http://www.pbs.org
  • 2. Native American Magazine – www.redinkmagazine.org
  • 3. National Museum of the American Indian – www.nmai.si.edu
  • 4. Smithsonian Institution of Native American Artifacts – www.si.edu
  • 5. Free Clipart – http://www.freeclipart.com