Native American Tribal Region Semantic Feature Analysis

Native American Tribal Region Semantic Feature Analysis
Grade Levels
Common Core Standards
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Students research one of the five different Indian Tribal Regions of early history: Northwest Indians, Southwest Indians, Great Plains Indians, Northeast Woodlands, Southeast Woodlands. They become experts in their region on these categories: present-day location, housing, food eaten, how they adapt to find food, arts & crafts, games played, and how they adapted to problems within their region. They complete this semantic feature analysis for their tribal region. Then students teach the other 4 groups about their region (like a jigsaw project). Once students complete the organizer, then teachers can have them write an informational piece about one of the regions.
Total Pages
1 page
Answer Key
Not Included
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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