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Acorn Baskets
Grades: K - 2nd Grade • Unit 2 • Lesson 5

Students learn of the tools and resources needed for sustainability. The students should also begin to recognize the amount of energy and effort required for finding and making the tools necessary for survival.

Subject(s): English Language Arts state icon
Acorns, A Traditional Food of Many Tribes
Grades: K - 2nd Grade • Unit 2 • Lesson 6

Students will learn traditional and contemporary ways of gathering and preparing acorns.

Subject(s): English Language Arts state icon
Air Lesson (Head Start)
Grades: Pre-K • Unit 1 • Lesson 5

Students learn about the importance of air through traditional storytelling and other activities.

Subject(s): English Language Arts ; Arts state icon
Air Lesson (Round Valley)
Grades: K - 2nd Grade • Unit 1 • Lesson 5

Students will listen to eagle sounds, watch short videos showing a bald eagle soaring and how a mother eagle feeds her baby eaglet. Students will review the Penobscot story of “Gluscabi and the Wind Eagle” and will also learn basic facts about bald eagles and color pictures of bald eagles.

Subject(s): History/Social Studies state icon resource icon
Allotment and Assimilation
Grades: 6th - 8th Grade • Unit 2 • Lesson 4

Students learn about three eras of American Indian history and reconstruct the basic tribal land history of a regional tribe using Internet resources.

Subject(s): History/Social Studies resource icon
Allotment and Fractionation
Grades: 6th - 8th Grade • Unit 2 • Lesson 4

Introduce students to the topics of Removal and Relocation, Allotment and Assimilation, and Reorganization and Self-Government. Students will research the tribal land tenure history of their own tribe or of other tribes.

Subject(s): English Language Arts ; History/Social Studies state icon resource icon
Allotment Effects
Grades: 6th - 8th Grade • Unit 3 • Lesson 2

Continue the examination of the Dawes Act and the effect it had on Indian lands by exploring further how allotment continues to affect the Indian land base today. Students will understand the relevance of the Dawes Act and allotment today on many American Indian lands and why it is important for tribes to consolidate their landbases.

Subject(s): English Language Arts ; History/Social Studies state icon resource icon
American Indian Gardening and Gathering (Ojibwe & Dakota)
Grades: 6th - 8th Grade • Unit 1 • Lesson 1

Students learn about the types of plants grown and gathered by the Ojibwe and Dakota tribes, as well as the various uses beyond just food for these plants.

Subject(s): History/Social Studies state icon
American Indian Governance
Grades: 6th - 8th Grade • Unit 4 • Lesson 1

The students will examine the Haudenosaunee‘s Great Law as an example of how principles inform and stregthen Indian goverment. They will explore consensus-building by participating in a simulation about a California land-use decision.

Subject(s): History/Social Studies ; Science state icon
American Indian Land Recovery: Ojibwe and Dakota of Minnesota
Grades: 6th - 8th Grade • Unit 4 • Lesson 1

Students summarize and analyze tribal land recovery efforts of the Ojibwe and Dakota of Minnesota.

Subject(s): History/Social Studies ; English Language Arts state icon
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