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Impressions of American Indians: A Comparison of European Encounters

Impressions of American Indians: A Comparison of European Encounters
Impressions of American Indians: A Comparison of European Encounters
Impressions of American Indians: A Comparison of European Encounters
Impressions of American Indians: A Comparison of European Encounters
Impressions of American Indians: A Comparison of European Encounters
Impressions of American Indians: A Comparison of European Encounters
Impressions of American Indians: A Comparison of European Encounters
Impressions of American Indians: A Comparison of European Encounters
Product Description
Engage your students in a great cooperative learning activity as they explore the accounts of three famous European explorers: Columbus; Cartier; and Harriot. Using these three scaffolded accounts, students compare how the European explorers interacted with the American Indians and how they interpreted these new societies they encountered. This lesson is a great starter to introducing primary source analysis as it supports close reading of each of the accounts.

This product included a lesson plan, three excerpted accounts, a close reading scaffold, Venn diagram for comparison activity, and an exit ticket (using European illustrations of the accounts) with an accompanying answer key.
Total Pages
14 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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