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A Native American Adventure

A Native American Adventure

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  1. A Native American Adventure • Your Mission • The Regions • Field Journal • Reports • Final Projects • “Thank You!”

  2. Your Mission You are living in the late 1600’s. You have been assigned to a tribe and have become a Native American! One person in each tribe is a Chief. Click here to see a picture of yourself. You and your tribe are going to have to work together to survive three weeks living off of the land. Click on the dancing Kachina doll to move on.

  3. To Begin Your Adventure • Fill out the first two columns of this chart. • Now that you have filled out the chart and seen a picture of yourself, write in your field journal as if you are this person and describe what it feels like to be one of the first to roam North America! • Use at least 3 pieces of information that you “know” and 3 pieces of information that you “want to know.”

  4. Native Americans

  5. Websites Gratefully Used • http://earth.google.com : Google Earth to describe landscape of regions • http://www.weather.gov : Weather, river and climate reports • http://www.brainpop.com : Brain Pop (Native American video with quiz) • http://www.firstpeople.us/ : Clipart, photographs, and background • http://www.lettersnstuff.com/sounds/clips/clips4.htm : Opening page Music • http://www.soundboard.com/sb/Buffalo_Bison_Sounds.aspx : buffalo sound clip • http://office.microsoft.com/: pencil writing, yawning, water, and clapping sound clips • http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/prehistory/settlements/ : Native American shelters • http://cte.jhu.edu/globetech/lsupplements/KWL%20-%20HTML/blankKWL.htm KWL chart • http://www.bsu.edu/eft/webisodes/index.html?redirect=t133 Video on Native American fishing • http://www.carnegiemnh.org/exhibits/north-south-east-west/iroquois/index.html Native Americans and “The three sisters” • http://www.carnegiemnh.org/exhibits/north-south-east-west/hopi/index.html Southwest – Farming • http://www.nativetech.org/games/index.php : Native American games • http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/tcrr/sfeature/sf_interview.html#g : Information on Native Americans and their use of the buffalo • http://exchange.co-nect.net/Teleprojects/project/?pid=3&session=r8GZz4PJ6vB “With Miles to go Before I Sleep” VFT was used as a “template” for creating my Native American VFT • http://www.nativetech.org/clothing/regions/regions.html : Native American clothing

  6. Males Afraid of the Bear Bird Rattler Deer Thigh from Iowa Little Wolf Raining Bird Boys Joe Small, Jr. Sundance Goyathlay Chiefs Chief American Horse Chief Charging Hawk Chief Crazy Bear Chief Hollow Horn Bear Chief Little Horse Chief Red Cloud Females After Water Alice Lone Bear Amy Yellow Tail Eagle Feather Ear of Corn Frances Bear Shield Freckled Face Woman Honorable Life Spotted Tail Girls AisimaCora Iron Elk Jicarillia Pacer Suzie Cedar Native American People

  7. Deer Thigh

  8. Freckled Face Woman

  9. Goyathlay (One Who Yawns) with Uncle

  10. Ear of Corn

  11. Frances Bear Shield

  12. Spotted Tail

  13. Suzie Cedar

  14. Little Wolf

  15. Raining Bird

  16. Sundance

  17. Chief American Horse

  18. Chief Hollow Horn Bear

  19. Chief Charging Hawk

  20. Chief Crazy Bear

  21. Chief Red Cloud

  22. Chief Little Horse

  23. Honorable Life

  24. Joe Small, Jr.

  25. Bird Rattler

  26. After Water (Wife of Bird Rattler)

  27. Afraid of the Bear

  28. Alice Lone Bear

  29. Aisima

  30. Pacer and Jicarillia with their Mother

  31. Cora Iron Elk with little sister

  32. Eagle Feather with her baby

  33. Amy Yellow Tail

  34. The Regions • Northeast Woodlands • Southeast • Plains • Great Basin • Southwest • Northwest

  35. Other Information • All regions click here for a video

  36. Brain Pop! • Watch a movie on Native Americans. After the movie is done take the pop quiz. You will want to take it for a grade and then print your grade when you are finished.

  37. Landscape Choose a present day location within your region. Using GoogleEarth find this location. In your field journal, record what the terrain (landscape) appears to be like.

  38. Catching Fish • Fishing was very important to some Native Americans. • BEFORE you click here to watch a video on Native American fishing take note that you will need to: • Click on “Trip” • Next, click on “Listening to our Ancestors” • Finally, click on “Your Turn! - Fishing”

  39. The Three Sisters • Click here to learn about the main food source for the Northeast. Click on “The Three Sisters.”

  40. Reports Each time you log on you will need to find out the weather, climate, and river reports for your region using the same present day location you choose for your work with Google Earth. Record all of this information in your journal. Reflect upon how these reports will affect your tribe in your journal.

  41. Northeast Woodlands • Location (Day 3) • Landscape (Day 6) • Food (Day 9) • Shelter (Day 12) • Clothing (Day 15) • Other important information (Day 18)

  42. Location • Compare the map on the following page with a map of the United States. As a tribe, decide what present-day states lie in your region.

  43. Location of Northeast Region

  44. Southeast • Location (Day 3) • Landscape (Day 6) • Food (Day 9) • Shelter (Day 12) • Clothing (Day 15) • Other important information (Day 18)

  45. Location • Compare the map on the following page with a map of the United States. As a tribe, decide what present-day states lie in your region.

  46. Location of Southeast Region

  47. Plains • Location (Day 3) • Landscape (Day 6) • Food (Day 9) • Shelter (Day 12) • Clothing (Day 15) • Other important information (Day 18)

  48. The Buffalo • Read the first four questions and answers of this interview about why the buffalo was so important to the people of the Plains. • Click here to read the interview.

  49. Location • Compare the map on the following page with a map of the United States. As a tribe, decide what present-day states lie in your region.

  50. Clothing • Click here to learn about Native American clothing. Locate your region and then click on the different tribes.