Unit: Native Americans

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Unit Description

By understanding the origins of one’s country we are better able to understand ourselves and how we change over time. The study of Native Americans will make us aware of different cultures and perspectives. We will see how the original inhabitants viewed and treated their environment. After studying Native Americans we can be more reflective about our American culture.

Lessons

Introduction to Early Americans, Migration Resources: 1

Social Scientists will be able to identify and articulate the migration and geographic journey of Native American populations.

5,790
Early Americans, Migration (Lesson Two) Resources: 1

Social Scientists will be able to identify and articulate the migration and culture of Native American populations.

3,424
Early Americans, Migration (Lesson 3) Resources: 1

Social Scientists will be able to identify and articulate the migration and culture of Native American populations.

783

Unit Resources

Native Americans: Arguments for and against Columbus Day  
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Social Studies Vocabulary  
757
Early Americans, Lesson 1  
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Native American Clothing  
565
Social Studies G.2.5.1., October 19 Early Americans.docx  
428

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