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Contains 3 reading passages on Native Americans and the Indian Removal Act, the Trail of Tears and the Long Walk, Native American Chiefs and War Makeup, 3 Comprehension Worksheets and Teacher's Key. Questions are true or false; multiple choice and open ended, and include both literal and infere
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This slideshow helps elementary students quickly learn about famous landmarks, food, art, and the culture of Canada. You can use this slideshow at the beginning of a unit on Canada. You can also print it out and use it as a book for student research.This slideshow also has 4 questions at the end of
This PowerPoint teaches about the first Spanish explorers to explore Florida. It discusses Christopher Columbus, Juan Ponce de Leon, the Fountain of Youth (with actual pictures from St. Augustine), Panfilo de Narvaez, Hernando de Soto, and the treatment of Native Americans. There are maps, graphics,
A one-day lecture comparing the Maya, Aztec and Inca in multiple areas. This PowerPoint presentation uses all of the latest PowerPoint techniques and animations to provide a vibrant backdrop for your lecture. I have also included a pre-formatted notes worksheet that can accompany the presentation if
This ppt covers four prehistoric indigenous settlements in Tennnessee. Coats-Hines, Pinson Mounds, Old Stone Fort, and Chucalissa Indian villiage.
This PowerPoint is sure to promote discussion and interesting conversations in the classroom about Mississippian Natives Americans. This PowerPoint explains the basics of Mississippian culture and history in 53 slides. Please check out my Native American lesson plans.Great Native American Lesson Pla
This powerpoint presentation was created to help my students better understand the material in their textbook. Since most students are visual learners and most of them are technology nuts, a powerpoint presentation grabs their attention. This presentation focuses on the arrival of the ancient Am
Condensed lesson summarizing the causes and effects of War of 1812. Includes editable PowerPoint, coordinating student info-graphic style note taking sheet, answer key, and suggestions for optional video resources. The contents of this download are for use by the customer only. I ask that teachers
This 33-slide power point presentation introduces students to the civilizations of Mesoamerica prior to the arrival of Europeans. Specific topics include migrations and the Olmecs, Mayans, and Aztecs. Be sure to look for the guided notes outline that goes along with the presentation and is availab
This student outline follows along with the 33-slide "Civilizations of Mesoamerica Guided Notes" available on TpT. The outline allows students to focus on the lecture while completing their skeleton outline based on the informatin provided on the power point slides
This PowerPoint teaches about the first Floridians in northern Florida, the Timucuas and Apalachee Indians. There are pictures or clip art on every slide.
This PowerPoint about the history of Navajo weaving could be used as part of an art or social studies unit for 4th-8th graders. It includes: a map of where the Navajo lived facts about the yarn and dyes they used trade routes the type of loom used designs woven the purpose of the weaving This w
A 14 slide powerpoint for VS.2d with pictures, info, and questions that align with the SOLs. This covers everything that the VDOE has listed in the Curriculum Framework. You can use this to introduce the topic or you can use it for review.You can print out the question slides with the answers blank
An in-depth examination of the three major civilizations of Mesoamerica: the Olmec, Maya, and Aztec civilizations from 1500 BC to 1521 AD covering Geography, Religion, Politics, Economics, and Social Structure. The presentation is geared towards middle and high school students. Successfully vett
A PowerPoint presentation that gives an overview of early humans and civilizations in North America. This includes information on the Bering Land Bridge, Olmecs, Aztecs, and Incas, as well as North American tribes.
This is a perfect introduction video for kindergarteners about what Native Americans are and basic information about them. It will be a great way to get conversations going with your little angels.
A powerpoint that walks through the current Indian tribes of Virginia. Complete with questions and pictures.The new 2015 standards go through slide 13. After that slide, there are more slides and questions about the 8 recognized tribes of Virginia according to the 2008 standards. This information is
In need of an introduction to your Native Americans unit? Looking for a quick lesson on tribes in your region?These PowerPoint presentations discuss the major Native American tribes from the Southwestern, Southeastern, Northwestern, Northeastern, Great Plains, Plateau and Midwestern United States.
14 slide powerpoint that aligns with SOLs for VS.2e with pictures, questions, and facts. This covers everything that the VDOE has listed in the Curriculum Framework. You can use this to introduce the topic or you can use it for review.You can print out the question slides with the answers blank or y
This PowerPoint teaches about Florida's first Floridians. It discusses the beginning of agriculture in Florida, how early Floridians traveled (in dugouts), and how use of those dugouts aided them in being able to trade goods. It also discusses how Native Americas learned to make pottery from clay, b
40 slide power point and an assessment on all the early oral and written histories of Mesoamerican culture and history. Perfect for any middle or high school world history class. Created by Mike Dross.
This handout begins not with a discussion of plot or characters, but with an examination of the color imagery which the Native American writer Erdrich incorporated not only in the title of this story but also on almost every page. This imagery is central to the theme of “The Red Convertible”: the
A power point presentation on how the ancient Maya religious beliefs were expressed in their sciences and day-to-day living.The Ancient Maya were a deeply religious people. Religion permeated every aspect of their culture from beauty practices to ball games. In fact religion was synonymous with p
Problem Based Instruction:Huge resource almost 100Kb. Many animations to each of 64 slides with multiple choice questions on most slides. Use the remote with patience to allow for discussion, lectures, and even arguments. A complete unit: Roanoke colony of Sir Walter Raleigh, to the Jamestown Colony

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