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Sequoyay and the Cherokee Alphabet

Sequoyay and the Cherokee Alphabet
Sequoyay and the Cherokee Alphabet
Sequoyay and the Cherokee Alphabet
Sequoyay and the Cherokee Alphabet
Sequoyay and the Cherokee Alphabet
Sequoyay and the Cherokee Alphabet
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This lesson plan examines how Native American culture changed as a result of contact with European cultures. Focuses on Sequoyah’s alphabet and how the symbols evidence a resemblance to those of the English language. Students will theorize why these similarities exist. It involves describing the challenges Sequoyah may have had in creating written symbols to represent an established oral language and students will create a piece of art, using symbols from the Cherokee alphabet to write the student’s name (alphabet included).
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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