Hawaiian Culture Timeline project Bundle for Hawaiian Studies SS 4.1.1

Hawaiian Culture Timeline project Bundle for Hawaiian Studies SS 4.1.1
Hawaiian Culture Timeline project Bundle for Hawaiian Studies SS 4.1.1
Hawaiian Culture Timeline project Bundle for Hawaiian Studies SS 4.1.1
Hawaiian Culture Timeline project Bundle for Hawaiian Studies SS 4.1.1
Hawaiian Culture Timeline project Bundle for Hawaiian Studies SS 4.1.1
Hawaiian Culture Timeline project Bundle for Hawaiian Studies SS 4.1.1
Hawaiian Culture Timeline project Bundle for Hawaiian Studies SS 4.1.1
Hawaiian Culture Timeline project Bundle for Hawaiian Studies SS 4.1.1
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This is everything you need to teach the evolution of Hawaiian culture. Students synthesize informational text, organize information in chronological order, and display the information creatively. There are many opportunities for assessment throughout the project.

This project includes a Hawaiian Culture Information Book with informational text AND a fill-in timeline and key on each of the following elements of Hawaiian culture through time:

The Hawaiian Culture Information Book comes in two reading levels. One for regular learners and another for lower-level readers or ELL. The lower-level text is indicated by a green circle in the lower, right-hand corner.

PREPARATION:

Each student needs:

  • one copy of “Hawaiian Culture Information Book”*
  • one copy of accompanying fill-in timelines
  • one copy of “Hawaiian Culture Quiz”

Each group needs (to complete the timeline):

  • one copy of “Directions”
  • one copy of “Hawaiian Culture Cutouts”

*The Information Book looks fine in black and white. I copy it double-sided and staple, but you could put the pages into plastic sleeves and put it into a 3-prong folder for use every year.

INSTRUCTION:

  1. Students read about one of the nine elements of Hawaiian culture in the Information Book. This can be done individually, in pairs, small groups, or whole-class instruction.
  2. Students complete the accompanying fill-in timeline. This can be completed individually to assess the students’ understanding of the text or in pairs.
  3. Repeat for each of the nine elements of Hawaiian culture found in the Information Book.
  4. Read the “Directions” page for the timeline project with your students.
  5. Students cut out the picture & text pairs (there are 14) on the “Cutouts” page.
  6. On a separate sheet of paper, students create a timeline with dates listed on the “Directions” page. They organize the picture & text pairs onto the timeline. I encourage them to use color to separate the information.

My students work on the timeline project in pairs after whole-class instruction on the Information Book. I provide them with 11” by 17” white construction paper for the timeline. This is the perfect size for all the information and they look great on the wall. Don’t miss the timeline answer key.

A multiple-choice assessment and answer key are included for easy grading.

Thank you for looking!

Elizabeth @Everyday Aloha

Total Pages
66 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
3 Weeks
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