Native Americans: Unit Project on the tribes of the Iroquois
is a student-centered project. Students are given a large selection of potential project topics and project formats to do some a deep study of the Iroquois tribes. A list of over 30 Native American: Iroquois topics is included. Students analyze their topic such as the Cherokee, women in the Iroquois nation, and more. This is student-centered learning at its best.
Included in this project guide:
- Project topics
- Project formats
- Research Template
- Organizing Your Research
- Project Timeline
- Peer-to-Peer Feedback
- Student project reflection
- Teacher project tracker form
- 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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