American Indians Growing Bundle SS3H1 NEW Georgia Standard Aligned

American Indians Growing Bundle SS3H1 NEW Georgia Standard Aligned
American Indians Growing Bundle SS3H1 NEW Georgia Standard Aligned
American Indians Growing Bundle SS3H1 NEW Georgia Standard Aligned
American Indians Growing Bundle SS3H1 NEW Georgia Standard Aligned
American Indians Growing Bundle SS3H1 NEW Georgia Standard Aligned
American Indians Growing Bundle SS3H1 NEW Georgia Standard Aligned
American Indians Growing Bundle SS3H1 NEW Georgia Standard Aligned
American Indians Growing Bundle SS3H1 NEW Georgia Standard Aligned
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This resource is aligned to meet the standard and substandards of SS3H1 from the new Georgia social studies standards. I plan to add to this resource as we get to the unit and find more ideas/or needs. You will get any future updates for free with purchase. It includes the following:

-Think Like a Historian: Artifact Dig
The artifact “dig” is a great way to introduce your unit on
American Indians. It gets students thinking with their peers about
what life was like for American Indians and making inferences
using artifacts like real historians! This resource is meant to
accompany actual Indian artifacts, Indian artifact pictures, or a
slideshow of various Indian artifacts. I have included a version for
general artifacts and a version for artifacts specific to a tribe in a
certain region that is covered in the standard.

-Putting American Indians on the Map
The map of American Indians location is the base resource for
which your unit should surround. It covers student “I can”
statement number one. You should briefly review using a compass
to prepare students for this matching activity. Have students
attempt to match the correct tribe to its region. This also opens up
a great discussion that relates back to the artifact dig about how
certain tribes used their region (environment). These covers
students “I can” statements number two. This will serve as a great
study guide for your unit.

-Comparing and Contrasting Table
The comparing and contrasting table should be a reference resource
for students as they move toward accomplishing student “I can”
statement number two. This item is meant to help students
organize information from student led research from the Internet,
books, and other resources. This will serve as a great study guide
for your unit.

-A Letter From an American Indian
This writing prompt extends students into higher thinking as they
take on the role of an American Indian from a region of their
choosing. Students should back up the information in their letter to
a pen pal with research-based facts about American Indians in that
region.

-American Indians’ Influence Today
This writing prompt is meant to accompany a teacher led
discussion about American Indians’ influence on American life
today and pictures of American Indian art. It should be stressed the
influence American Indians have had on art and literature in
America.

Please note: They are listed in the order that I recommend them to be placed within your American Indian unit. These items are meant to supplement your current
resources, not be a complete unit.
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10 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Week
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