Iroquois Unit - Eastern Woodland Native Americans of New York State

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This is a comprehensive unit on the Iroquois, Eastern Woodland Native Americans. Included you will find lesson plans, worksheets, posters, writing prompts, quizzes, final projects ideas, rubrics, and more.

The materials in this unit can be used to supplement your current social studies unit or can stand alone as an independent unit.

This unit is aligned with New York State standards, as well as, the draft of the Common Core Social Studies Standards for fourth grade. Once the Common Core Social Studies standards have been approved I will revise the unit for you to upload so that it matches any changes they may make.

This unit includes:
- Lesson Plans
- Reading passages and questions/worksheets
- Graphic Organizers
- Vocabulary Posters
- Vocabulary Dictionary
- Writing Prompts with Page Toppers for a Hallway Display
- Projects with templates and rubrics
- Quizzes
- Answer Keys

This is a zipped file. It includes 2 PDF's. One PDF contains the unit plan and materials. The other includes colorful vocabulary posters that can be printed for a classroom display -or- projected for students to see.

Download the preview to see a snapshot of what the unit looks like as a whole.

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73
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Teaching Duration
3 Weeks

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Iroquois Unit - Eastern Woodland Native Americans of New Y
Iroquois Unit - Eastern Woodland Native Americans of New Y
Iroquois Unit - Eastern Woodland Native Americans of New Y
Iroquois Unit - Eastern Woodland Native Americans of New Y