Canada's Native People Living with Nature: Shelter and Housing

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Canada's Native Peoples: Living with Nature: Shelter and Housing.
This unit includes:
1) A two part, 2-page reading passage with comprehension and subjective questions;

2) Students are given ten statements that are incorrect and are to correct them based on what they read in the two parts of “Shelter and Housing on Two Coasts”;

3) A four page chart to complete based on information found at
http://firstpeoplesofcanada.com/index.html.
Clear instructions are included on the student page so that students will be able to find the information they need easily. The website is well organized and easy to use, with a few new vocabulary words to challenge them. There are four objective questions and 1 subjective question for each of the 7 regions. A complete answer key is provided for the three sections.
This resource is the second of series - the first is "Clothing" and the third "Food". All three are available in one bundle for a discounted price. They can be seen at:
Living with Nature Bundle of 3
Living with Nature Part 1 Clothing
Living with Nature Part 3 Food

All three are also part of my large bundle of seven resources:
Canada's Native Peoples Mega Bundle of 7 Items
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Canada's Native People Living with Nature: Shelter and Housing
Canada's Native People Living with Nature: Shelter and Housing
Canada's Native People Living with Nature: Shelter and Housing
Canada's Native People Living with Nature: Shelter and Housing