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Through these primary source analysis stations, your students will gain an understanding of the assimilation of Native Americans in the United States following the Civil War, due to the use of Indian boarding schools. Through readings, photographs, and interviews, your students will analyze primary
Native American Assimilation worksheet Worksheet focuses on Native American assimilation in the 19th century. Includes two primary source documents:“Kill the Indian, Save the Man” by Richard Henry Pratt“The Dawes Act” Documents are followed by 13 critical thinking/analysis questions perfect for cla
Sanchez's Teaching EmporiumThis U.S. history mini document based question is a great way to introduce your students into the process of analyzing more than one item at a time. This can be done in small groups, individually, or as a whole class activity.Document 1 is a mini paragraph.Document 2 is a
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This lesson will challenge students to use historical detective skills to uncover the dark history behind one of the American governments darker policies: Native American assimilation. Students will learn the policy of assimilation with embedded clips and slides. From there, students watch a Hollywo
The three-part lesson package will engage students as they will gain a deep understanding of the Native American perspective of forced assimilation after the Civil War. Students will come out of this lesson fully grasping the dark legacy U.S. Government assimilation policies and will sharpen their s
Students know that Native Americans were forced to reservations, but what happened next? This assignment is designed to explore this topic a bit more in depth. First, students take notes on an organizer about the Dawes Act, an 1887 federal law mandating that Native Americans not only live on reserva
This is a no-prep lesson that gives a basic overview of the topic. This is perfect for students who have been absent and need to catch up quick. This lesson is designed for teachers to quickly upload to an online platform and is great for distant learning. This lesson can be easily manipulated to fi
This powerpoint begins with the question: What does it mean to be American? Intended for a lesson after you have taught about the Plains Indian Wars, this 12 slide powerpoint covers the basics of assimilation policy, including Helen Hunt Jackson's book "A Century of Dishonor" and the Dawes Act.
Dawes Act/ Native American Assimilation Reading + QuestionsTWO VERSIONS INCLUDED!
Dawes Act/ Native American Assimilation Reading + Questions
Native American Assimilation School photo with questions
This unit contains 27 sheets of Native American vocabulary with the definitions. I enlarged the cards and put the definitions on the front of the cards so you may laminate them. You could choose which sheets to print and laminate and they can also be used on bulletin boards and in centers. I hope yo
This interactive notebook bundle includes everything you need to teach about American history from the Gilded Age through World War II. The organizers in this resource can be used on their own, or as a supplement to student notes. Interactive notebooks are a great tool to keep students organized an
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This interactive notebook includes everything you need to teach a unit on the Gilded Age in an engaging way! This resource covers robber barons & monopolies through McKinley's presidency. The organizers in this resource can be used on their own, or as a supplement to student note. Interactive n
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This interactive notebook bundle includes everything you need to teach about American history from the Gilded Age through World War II.The organizers in this resource can be used on their own, or as a supplement to student notes. Interactive notebooks are a great tool to keep students organized and
This is a 20 page slideshow that focuses on Native Americans from the mid to late 1800's. It covers the concepts of relocation, land loss, bison killings, tribal reservations, cultural assimilation and Indian boarding schools, and the overall damaging effects these practices had on the Native Americ
If you are teaching your students Australian history - or even American history - then the Rabbit Proof Fence is sure to inspire deep conversation about assimilation policies that forcibly removed many indigenous children from their families between 1910-1970. This film presents the true story of M
This package covers all content aspects of the APUSH redesign objectives for the decline of Native American in Period 6 (1865-1898). An engaging source analysis and TED Talk timeline are included to allow students to gain a deeper understanding and practice DBQ related skills. Both editable Google D
This PowerPoint teaches the Pacific Railway Act and the building of the transcontinental railroad and its impact on the Plains Indians and the buffalo. It covers the Homestead Act and includes several pictures of Homesteaders. It discusses land lost by the Native Americans and the resulting battles
This assignment contains 5 documents which encourage students to investigate what caused the decline of the Plains Indian. The sources include;(1.) Buffalo Hides outside Dodge City, 1878 National Archives(2.) Chester Anders Fee, Chief Joseph: The Biography of a Great Indian(3.) Geoffrey Ward, The We
Beginning with George Washington and covering through Helen Hunt Jackson, this is an array of excerpts of primary sources reviewing Native American policy, along with five questions assessing how attitudes towards Native Americans have changed (or not). Great for a unit on the west in the late 19th
This primary source analysis lesson is designed to get students in groups collaborating over the events which caused the decline of Native American culture on the Great Plains from 1860-1890. After learning about several key events leading to the decline of Native American culture on the Great Plai
Students will learn about the three ways different cultures deal with each other upon meeting: accommodation, assimilation, or annihilation. They will then choose an acculturation topic and show their understanding through one of three assignment options.
Within this PowerPoint are seven slides containing five primary source documents regarding Westward Expansion and the decline of the Plains Indians.1.) Buffalo Hides outside Dodge City, 18782.) Chester Anders Fee, Chief Joseph: The Biography of a Great Indian3.) Geoffrey Ward, The West: An Illustrat

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