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SS4H1 Understanding Early Native Americans Life and the Environment

SS4H1 Understanding Early Native Americans Life and the Environment
SS4H1 Understanding Early Native Americans Life and the Environment
SS4H1 Understanding Early Native Americans Life and the Environment
SS4H1 Understanding Early Native Americans Life and the Environment
SS4H1 Understanding Early Native Americans Life and the Environment
SS4H1 Understanding Early Native Americans Life and the Environment
Product Description
Standard Based but adapted for use in special education class rooms and alternate assessment portfolios
SS4H1 element b features four Native American Tribes (Hopi, Inuit, Nez Perce, and Seminole) on how they used their environment to obtain food, shelter, and clothing
Complete unit features lesson plans, a variety of activities with answer keys, extension activities, with step-by-step instructions, and photographs
Includes interactive journal, vocabulary, adapted stories, and hands on activities to create examples of Native American artifacts
Includes scoring rubrics and instructions for scoring quantitatively on participation, prompt levels, and numeric accuracy
Total Pages
65 pages
Answer Key
Included with rubric
Teaching Duration
1 month
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