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Title Grade Level Subject Area Focus Estimated days to complete Summary Creator Name
Indian Identity and Cultural Survivance 6-8 Social Studies/History 3 The objective of this series of lessons is to get students thinking about the current-day presence of Native people within New England, and by extension, throughout the United States. Due to the full description Abbe Karmen
Identity, Place, and Membership: Contemporary Primary Sources to Accompany Absolutely True Diaries of a Part Time Indian by Sherman Alexie 9-12 English Language Arts 4 This unit is intended to help students explore themes of identity, place, and membership in communities. This unit is nestled in our broader unit where students read The Absolutely True Diaries of a full description Caitlin MacLeod-Bluver
Evaluating Fiction About Native Americans 6-8 English Language Arts, Other 3 7th and 8th grade students will learn to use an online database to identify literature about a topic and to read literary reviews by authoritative sources.  Students will then compare the reviews of full description Peter Riedel
Confronting Stereotypes of Native Americans 9-12 Social Studies/History 4 This series of lessons is part of a unit on racial and ethnic stereotypes that will include stereotyping of Native Americans, African Americans and Muslims. The students will learn to identify full description Rochelle Aziska
A Broader View of the History of Thanksgiving 3-5 Social Studies/History 4 These lessons are designed for intermediate level ELL students in Grade 3 for a small group setting.  They were conceived to supplement reading lessons using the biography Squanto’s Journey by Joseph full description Jane Costello

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