Native Americans: 6 tribes of the Iroquois Confederacy Cooperative Mini-Project
is an inquiry-based lesson into the 6 tribes of the Iroquois. Students work in groups to research a tribe. The groups create an activity for other students to learn about the tribe. Students “travel” through the Iroquois confederacy area participating in each other’s activities to learn about the different tribes and show the tribe's location on a map.
This guide contains:
- Teacher's guide
-Student directions, handouts and maps
- Complete materials lists.
NOTE: Students will need to access to books or other resources related to the tribes of the Confederacy.
Iroquois related resources include:
- Native Americans: 6 tribes of the Iroquois Confederacy Cooperative Mini-Project
- Native Americans: Legend and Farming of the Iroquois Station Activity
- Native Americans: Housing of the Iroquois
- Native Americans: Iroquois culture - Midwinter Ceremony
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