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Links 1 through 10 of 116 by Christy Keeler tagged Environment

The daily life of a Native American Woman is described, with photos attached. Each picture has a brief description of some of the daily tasks the women had and discussed how the Anglo culture viewed them.

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A more detailed analysis of the variation in theologies found between cultural groups in North America. Excellent source for teachers wishing to delve more into this aspect of Indigenous cultures from North America.

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This website describes the role of Native American Women and contains many links regarding Native American culture

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There are multiple Native American tribes that share the passions, customs and lifestyles of the First Peoples so that readers may understand what it was like to live in the early days. These tribes include: Anasazi, Catawba, Cheyenne, Chumash, Crow, Gros Ventre, Lenni-Lenape, Lumbee, Moche of Peru, Taino, and the Yahgan.

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This great website has a collection of photos of Native American life, with each photo including a detailed description of the photo and a little of the background. All of the pictures are Native American women performing their daily tasks. There are also a few of important aspects of their lives, like weddings and celebrations. The pictures are exceptional, and would be a good resource to use in many different projects and lesson plans. It would be a great way to build background with students.

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This website goes into detail on the influence the Native Americans had in agriculture. It describes how Native Amercians taught Europeans farming techniques that would supply the colonists with food. Also, it discusses how the Europeans influenced Native Americans with new ways of hunting and introducing them to trade markets.

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This agriculture unit on corn provides background knowledge: first evidence of cultivation; cultivation by Native North Americans; use by colonists; present day information. A small glossary is included. Five activities are provided to engage students in authentic research ( Handouts-"How Reliable are Your Sources?" Chart for same to be completed by student), Cultural Literacy - Corn Myths,(Handout-Chart "Corn Myths and Legends" to be completed as a response to group presentations), and Venn Diagram. An extending reading list is also provided. Th teacher will need to find corn myths that student groups will use in preparing dramatizations such as skits, raps, songs, ...

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This blog was developed to support a Teaching American History Grant module on Native Americans and technology integration. It focuses on content and teaching resources relating to Native Americans of the colonial era and providing suggestions for methods to increase technology integration when teaching this historical period and set of cultures. The culminating project for the module was the development of educational virtual museums.

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