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Native american tribes poster activity book

This is a fun, cute, and intriguing book about native American tribes. Great for Elementary school classrooms.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 9. i I I i I I O t i I ! I C ! t I ! t Q ! .5 Teacher Discussion Notes for the Close Reading Passage I BeFore reading, have the students Fold on the dotted line to reveal only the questions Use this as an opportunity For discussion. Pose the questions, have the kids discuss it as a class or with partners, and Find out what theg already know 2 Have the students read the passage individuallg. While reading, they should be interacting with the text Give them stickg notes so theg can write their questions or thoughts. 3. Come back as a group and have the students share some oF their questions or ideas 4. Now, read the passage as a class and discuss 5 What makes a person a Nomad’? Have the students Find in the passage that theg traveled From place to place in search oF Food. 6. What is another word For disperse0 A possible answer would be ‘spread out’. Talk about how this can be determined From the text. 7 What does the text mean when it says, ‘it is a theorg’° Discuss that a theorg is an unproven idea or speculation Whg is this a theorgc’ We don‘t reallg know. It was mang gears ago. We aren't lOO% sure how the land reallg changed. 8 The text lists a Few cultures What keg words let gou know that there are mang more cultures’? The text uses the words, "a Few’, which would let gou know that there are more cultures that were not listed. What might some other cultures be? Southwest, plateau, etc 9 What is a culture, or what determines whether a group is labeled a culture’? Theg have similarities, such as habitats, location, language, etc IO. What does ‘central’ mean when talking about central part oF the U 8.0 What word do gou hear in the word central | —lopeFullg theg hear the word center Help them determine iF something is in the central part oF the U 8, it would be in the center. 'w'ritl. cn but Malia Pl‘lll| w-. v-. v ClfJ53l-QQlT"3Dl. ll: :'Ll. ,lDl. l5 LOTT‘ 310 -0-o_O_O-0:0-O-0-0 _CiO‘QiO-OiOi6_ O‘. -03010] i i i i I i i i i i i i i i ‘J '-9:. -.-. :0-9- O: ¢:9:': O-’:0:O: C:0i O: O - Ii.
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