9780870203497

Native People of Wisconsin: Teacher's Guide and Student Materials

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  • ISBN13:

    9780870203497

  • ISBN10:

    0870203495

  • Edition: CD
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2003-11-01
  • Publisher: Wisconsin Historical Society

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Summary

The companion teacher's guide toNative People of Wisconsinoffers a variety of activities that help students gain skills in expository reading and writing as well as reinforce the content of the student text. All the activities are interactive and link to the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards for the Social Studies. The accompanying CD-ROM includes video clips from the Wisconsin Studies instructional television programs, including the entire "New Dawn of Tradition: A Wisconsin Powwow" video, narrated by Patty Loew. Distributed for the Wisconsin Historical Society Press

Author Biography

Bobbie Malone is director of the Office of School Services at the Wisconsin Historical Society and author of several books on Wisconsin history for the state’s classrooms. Kori Oberle is director of Instructional Program Development for the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board.

Table of Contents

Standards vi
Teacher Evaluation Rubric for Journal Activities ix
Acknowledgements x
Before You Read Native People of Wisconsin 1(1)
Before Your Students Read Native People of Wisconsin 2(1)
Pre-Reading Activity: Charting What We Know/Sharing What We Want to Learn/Investigating a New Resource
3(1)
Introduction: First People of Wisconsin
4(186)
Activity: Getting Started
4(6)
Indian Nations Venn Diagram
8(1)
The Circle of My Year
9(1)
Early History
10(29)
Getting Started
10(7)
Looking Ahead
14(1)
Early Indians graphic organizer
15(1)
Indian Languages/Indian Nations in Wisconsin
16(1)
Charting Effigy Mounds
17(12)
Creating a Journal
29(10)
European Arrivals
39(24)
Getting Started
39(9)
Looking Ahead
41(3)
Wisconsin Indians/Refugee Indian Nations graphic organizer
44(1)
American Indian Groups graphic organizer
45(1)
Tic-Tac-Toe: Changes in Native Lives graphic organizer
46(2)
Cultures In Conflict
48(7)
Creating a Journal
55(8)
The Menominee Nation
63(20)
Getting Started
63(6)
Looking Ahead
66(1)
Menominee Year graphic organizer
67(1)
Topics in Menominee History graphic organizer
68(1)
A Menominee Family Learns Together
69(6)
Creating a Journal
75(8)
The Ho-Chunk Nation
83(18)
Getting Started
83(6)
Looking Ahead
86(1)
Events that Led to Ho-Chunk Land Loss graphic organizer
87(1)
Ho-Chunk Removals Map and graphic organizer
88(1)
Learning from Ho-Chunk Traditional Life
89(5)
Creating a Journal
94(7)
The Ojibwe Nation
101(25)
Getting Started
101(8)
Looking Ahead
105(1)
Ojibwe Clans and Functions graphic organizer
106(1)
Ojibwe Bands graphic organizer
107(2)
Where Food Grows on Water
109(6)
Different Forms of Communicating
115(4)
Creating a Journal
119(7)
The Potawatomi Nation
126(21)
Getting Started
126(7)
Looking Ahead
129(1)
Comparing a Seasonal Year graphic organizer
130(2)
Events in Early Potawatomi History graphic organizer
132(1)
Indian Place Names in Wisconsin
133(7)
Creating a Journal
140(7)
The Oneida Nation
147(17)
Getting Started
147(6)
Looking Ahead
150(1)
Long House graphic organizer
151(1)
American Revolution graphic organizer
152(1)
Oneida Language and Culture
153(4)
Creating a Journal
157(7)
The Mohican Nation, Stockbridge-Munsee Band and the Brothertown Indians
164(26)
Getting Started
164(6)
Looking Ahead
167(1)
Comparing the Oneida and the Mohican Nations graphic organizer
168(1)
Mohican Journey Map graphic organizer
169(1)
Historical Markers and Wisconsin Indian History
170(8)
Boarding Schools and Wisconsin Indian Children
178(5)
Creating a Journal
183(7)
Conclusion: Beyond
190(12)
A Wisconsin Powwow
190(7)
Wisconsin Indian Nations Then and Now
197(5)
Resources and References 202

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