will gain an understanding and appreciation of the richness and variety
of many other Native American cultures.
will gain an understanding of the economic, social, and political life
of the Native Americans.
will gain an increased understanding and appreciation for the life of
Native Californians and Native Americans before the arrival of
Europeans, and how that life changed.
will be able to describe the nature of interactions between different
cultural groups with differing beliefs.
will work collaboratively as a member of a group to use technology to
research, develop and present a multimedia project.
will use a map to choose a Native American tribe to research and
participate in brainstorming.
students will research different facets of Native American life; the
of villages, the dwellings, clothing, tools, utensils, and weapons,
roles in the family, traditions and customs (such as religion, special
and any other unique characteristics.
will describe, document, and
illustrate of Native Americans.
will gather, evaluate, and synthesize data from a variety of
technological and informational sources.
will evaluate and from a variety of sources.
will use graphic organizers to order their questions and discoveries.
will list the source materials.
will self-evaluate their own research and presentation.
will create and complete a multimedia presentation, comparing and
contrasting, the lives of the Indian tribes before and after European
will assume the role on of a Native American
create a entry about
their life as a Native American or a legend to explain the changes in
will participate in a wrap–up discussion to demonstrate an
of the content.