Reflection: Native American Research Project: Lights, Camera, Presentations! (Lesson 8 of 8) - Section 4: Celebration of Research Project Completion!


Even though our Native American research project is over, I will make sure that I leave out the display of Native American informational text in a special area of our classroom library.  The students are still very interested in the tribes they researched, and now are also interested in new tribes, thanks to presentations from their peers.  

  Native American Informational Text
  Native American Informational Text
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Native American Research Project: Lights, Camera, Presentations! (Lesson 8 of 8)

Unit 1: Generational Stories, Favorites that are Retold, and Native American Unit
Lesson 8 of 13

Objective: SWBAT present their Native American research book page to their classmates with a clear, steady pace, and good volume. SWBAT answer questions about their tribe's topic. SWBAT actively listen to presentations, and ask questions of the presenters.

Big Idea: Congratulations! Your tribe is ready to present all of their hard work! Today, they'll share their Native American book page, answer questions posed by their peers about their tribe and topic, and practice their listening skills during presentations.

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English / Language Arts, native peoples, Writing, Reading, Presentation Skills, Listening and Speaking, research report, research (Writing Process), Literature, Comprehension (Reading), Nonfiction (Reading), project, research, presentation, speaking, listening, technology, multicultural, informational text, Native American
  60 minutes
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