Students describe the American Indian nations in their local region long ago and in the recent p...

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Students describe the American Indian nations in their local region long ago and in the recent past. by Mind Map: Students describe the American Indian nations in their local region long ago  and in the recent past.

1. Students will learn about the struggles that the native americans went through when they were searching for settlement and how they were able to find settlement.

2. The historian will explain relationships to federal and state governments by providing students with a background knowledge of it all, and then have them watch a video on the structure of government and how that effected them.

3. historian

4. historian or language professor

5. Historians and language teacher will help teach some of the language, tradition and culture. They will bring in a few foods that members of the tribe would eat.

6. 2 Members of the native american tribe

7. Two of the members of the native american tribe will talk to children about how they were raised in the sense of what religious beliefs they were told to have, and the customs they lived by.

8. The economist will provide a slideshow of how the economy was, as well as bring examples of money used back then.

9. economist

10. A historian with a strong native american background, will teach children of the beliefs, customs and stories that were passed on throughout the community,

11. historian

12. The Native American children will look at an overview of a map of where their ancestors lived and where they searched for food. Also, the archaeologist will bring clothing to the class of what they wore back in the day.

13. archaeologist

14. family member of tribe member

15. They will provide the native american children with a short video of how the structuring of government was for their people.

16. politicians

17. Describe national identities.

18. Describe religious beliefs and customs.

19. Describe various folklore traditions.

20. Discuss the ways in physical geography, including climate influenced how local Indian nations adapted to natural environment (e.g. how they obtained food, clothing, tools).

21. Describe the economy of government in regards to tribal constitutions.

22. Describe systems of government in regards to tribal constitutions.

23. Describe relationships to federal and state governments.

24. Describe the interaction of new settlers with the already established Indians of the region.