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Wounded Knee Massacre Primary Source Analysis

Wounded Knee Massacre Primary Source Analysis
Wounded Knee Massacre Primary Source Analysis
Wounded Knee Massacre Primary Source Analysis
Wounded Knee Massacre Primary Source Analysis
Wounded Knee Massacre Primary Source Analysis
Wounded Knee Massacre Primary Source Analysis
Wounded Knee Massacre Primary Source Analysis
Wounded Knee Massacre Primary Source Analysis
Product Description
Students read about the massacre at Wounded Knee and answer 11 questions of varying levels of difficulty. They then complete a creative task where they create a museum exhibit for the events and people of Wounded Knee. The answers are included where appropriate and this would be great for a sub!

Sample questions include:
--Explain the connection between Big Foot, Wovoka, and the Ghost Dance.
--Describe the mood of the conversation between Forsyth and Big Foot.
--Why did Wells think the medicine man was making mischief?
--How is it determined as to what sort of event is a battle, massacre, or fight?
--Write at least 3 sentences on what you think the Sioux take on these events would have been.

This can be accompanied by:
American West 1865-1900 Power Point

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Total Pages
5 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
N/A
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