Topic: Ohio Native Americans
Social Studies Content Statements:
Various groups of people have lived in
Ohio over time incl...
Writing :
I Can Statements
I Can Use Research to Help My Writing
• I can conduct short research projects to help
me learn ...
Answers to look for:
• What caused early people to cross over into
North America?
• How did the people cross into North Am...
Unit on Historic and Prehistoric
American Indians
Student
Responsibilities/Assignments
• Read through the PowerPoint slides.
• Write out underlined vocabulary words and meanings to
study for quiz.
• At the end...
Vocabulary Words
• Please take notes on vocabulary words
and given definitions throughout
PowerPoint presentation. A quiz ...
Lesson 1
Ohio Pre-Historic
and
Historic Native Americans
Vocabulary Words
** Prehistoric People – people who lived before
written history (no written records).
** Historic People ...
Movement
One Theory:
• 40,000 years ago, in the
latter stages of the Ice Age, herds of roaming animals
such as bison, mast...
• Bands of people called nomadic people
hunted these animals as a source of food and
followed them into North America.
**N...
Land bridge from Asia (Russia today) and North
America (Alaska today) traveled by Early People.
Glaciers Melt
• Glaciers began to melt and the water level
rose and covered the land bridge.
• Both the people and animals...
People migrated for many centuries moving about
the Americas.
Archaeologists believe people reached what is now
known as O...
Another Theory:
• The American Indians believe that they were
always in the North and South Americas.
• The American India...
Timeline of Prehistoric Peoples
Fort Ancient People
• The Fort Ancient culture thrived in southern
Ohio and northern Kentucky. Villages were
made up of a ...
Serpent Mound
• Fort Ancient culture built Serpent Mound in
Adams County, Ohio.
Hopewell People
• Around 200 B.C, the beginning of the Middle
Woodland period, a new Native American
culture developed tha...
• The Hopewell people lived in rectangular
homes with thatched roofs. The Hopewell
communities hunted, gathered food, and
...
Prehistoric Indian Tribes
Click on the link and watch the video
• http://westernreservepublicmedia.org/onesta
te/onestate1...
Evaluation
• Which two continents did Beringia connect?
• When do scientists believe the first inhabitants of North Americ...
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Native american lesson plan pdf

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  • 1. Topic: Ohio Native Americans Social Studies Content Statements: Various groups of people have lived in Ohio over time including prehistoric and historic American Indians – interaction among these groups have resulted in both cooperation and conflict.
  • 2. Writing : I Can Statements I Can Use Research to Help My Writing • I can conduct short research projects to help me learn about topics. W.4.7 • I can research and use what I have experienced to gather information. W.4.8 • I can provide a list of sources that I used for gathering information. W.4.8
  • 3. Answers to look for: • What caused early people to cross over into North America? • How did the people cross into North America? • What is the definition of prehistoric and historic people? • What prehistoric tribes settled in Ohio and when? • What are Indian mounds and where are they located in Ohio?
  • 4. Unit on Historic and Prehistoric American Indians Student Responsibilities/Assignments
  • 5. • Read through the PowerPoint slides. • Write out underlined vocabulary words and meanings to study for quiz. • At the end of each presentation student will complete summative assessment using slides. • When the unit is completed, student will research one Ohio prehistoric or historic tribe using rubric. Choice of tribe will be done by student but approved by teacher. • Research notes will be completed and submitted to teacher according to writing schedule given to student. Bibliography will also be required. • From research, student will complete a book or PowerPoint, which will consist of written information and pictures of chosen tribe. Project will be submitted to teacher. (Book can be completed using Shutterfly.)
  • 6. Vocabulary Words • Please take notes on vocabulary words and given definitions throughout PowerPoint presentation. A quiz will be given on these words at the end of the unit.
  • 7. Lesson 1 Ohio Pre-Historic and Historic Native Americans
  • 8. Vocabulary Words ** Prehistoric People – people who lived before written history (no written records). ** Historic People – people who lived after written history (we know how they lived by what was written down and documented).
  • 9. Movement One Theory: • 40,000 years ago, in the latter stages of the Ice Age, herds of roaming animals such as bison, mastodons and mammoths and small horses wandered back and forth crossing a land “bridge” called the Beringia, between Asia and North America. ** Theory - a general principle or set of principles that explains facts or events of the natural world. ** Beringia – the land bridge exposed and connecting Asia and North America during the Ice Age.
  • 10. • Bands of people called nomadic people hunted these animals as a source of food and followed them into North America. **Nomadic People: People who move from place to place to hunt and gather food. They do not settle in one place.
  • 11. Land bridge from Asia (Russia today) and North America (Alaska today) traveled by Early People.
  • 12. Glaciers Melt • Glaciers began to melt and the water level rose and covered the land bridge. • Both the people and animals could not return to Asia. They continued their migration down into North America.
  • 13. People migrated for many centuries moving about the Americas. Archaeologists believe people reached what is now known as Ohio 15,000 years ago. ** Migrate – to move from one region to another region and settle in that region. ** Archaeologist – A scientist who studies past human life and cultures by the recovery and examination of remaining material.
  • 14. Another Theory: • The American Indians believe that they were always in the North and South Americas. • The American Indians believe the prehistoric animals and people began in North America and they migrated from North America into Asia.
  • 15. Timeline of Prehistoric Peoples
  • 16. Fort Ancient People • The Fort Ancient culture thrived in southern Ohio and northern Kentucky. Villages were made up of a number of circular or rectangular houses surrounding an open plaza. The Fort Ancient people continued to build small burial mounds, but gradually shifted to burials in a cemetery area with no mounds.
  • 17. Serpent Mound • Fort Ancient culture built Serpent Mound in Adams County, Ohio.
  • 18. Hopewell People • Around 200 B.C, the beginning of the Middle Woodland period, a new Native American culture developed that spread throughout the Midwest (then known as the Eastern Woodland) identified as Hopewell.
  • 19. • The Hopewell people lived in rectangular homes with thatched roofs. The Hopewell communities hunted, gathered food, and farmed.
  • 20. Prehistoric Indian Tribes Click on the link and watch the video • http://westernreservepublicmedia.org/onesta te/onestate101.htm
  • 21. Evaluation • Which two continents did Beringia connect? • When do scientists believe the first inhabitants of North America arrived? • What caused early people to cross the land bridge into North America? • What caused the strip of land known as Beringia to disappear? • When do scientists believe people first reached the area known today as Ohio? • Which prehistoric animals crossed Beringia? • Where do Native people believe their ancestors came from? • Name three prehistoric tribes.

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