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Grade Level:
6-8
Estimated days to complete:
16
Subject Area Focus:
Social Studies/History
Summary: This middle school project is a re-examination of the traditional Thanksgiving story in several parts. First, students are asked to activate prior knowledge as the whole class writes a version of the full description
Creator Name:
Susannah Remillard
Grade Level:
6-8
Estimated days to complete:
6
Subject Area Focus:
English Language Arts,Social Studies/History
Summary: This collection of lessons centers around the topics of language, education, and cultural identity.  I have put them together with my 7th grade Reading Intervention group in mind, but the texts could full description
Creator Name:
Amanda Patrick
Grade Level:
9-12
Estimated days to complete:
3
Subject Area Focus:
Social Studies/History
Summary: Students will analyze the writing of Rousseau “A Discourse- Upon the Origin and the Foundation of the Inequality Among Mankind” and summarize his analysis of the lives of native Americans.  Students full description
Creator Name:
Ted Collins
Grade Level:
9-12
Estimated days to complete:
4
Subject Area Focus:
English Language Arts,Social Studies/History
Summary: Students will use primary and secondary sources to explore the questions: What role do monuments have in our understanding of historical events?  How do monuments reflect the history of the Native full description
Creator Name:
Elaine Montuori
Grade Level:
9-12
Estimated days to complete:
4
Subject Area Focus:
English Language Arts,Other
Summary: This project is the first four lessons of a quarter unit on American Indian stories, philosophies, commentaries, and arts, from traditional and contemporary sources. The overall object is to 1) full description
Creator Name:
Andrew Harris
Grade Level:
9-12
Estimated days to complete:
2
Subject Area Focus:
Social Studies/History
Summary: For this particular lesson, I will require students to examine the 1970’s and the “me” generation a bit deeper. Students will examine the Mashpee case in conjunction with other reform movements of full description
Creator Name:
Shannon Ramah
Grade Level:
6-8
Estimated days to complete:
3
Subject Area Focus:
Other
Summary: This project is intended to bring awareness of how diverse and plentiful Native American languages were pre-contact and the effects of colonization on Native languages from pre-contact to present.  full description
Creator Name:
Akesa Mafi
Grade Level:
K-2
Estimated days to complete:
4
Subject Area Focus:
Social Studies/History
Summary: During a fall unit within the Second Grade “Journeys” social studies curriculum, students focus on the 1620/21“encounter,” exploring the differences between aspects of daily life of the English and full description
Creator Name:
Amy Curtis

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