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Utah History and Reading Comprehension Unit

Utah History and Reading Comprehension Unit

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  • Using google translate the students can hear words pronounced out loud
  • Using google translate the students can hear words pronounced out loud
  • Using google translate the students can hear words pronounced out loud
  • Using google translate the students can hear words pronounced out loud
  • Using google translate the students can hear words pronounced out loud
  • Using google translate the students can hear words pronounced out loud
  • At the end of each group the class will have an enrichment activity. After studying the Paleo Indians the teacher will read The Legend of the Cranberry, A Paleo- Indian Tale. The teacher may choose to prepare a short lesson on tall tales, or folk lore.
  • Using google translate the students can hear words pronounced out loudhttp://udleditions.cast.org/strategy_visualize.html
  • Using google translate the students can hear words pronounced out loudhttp://www.bigorrin.org/
  • Using google translate the students can hear words pronounced out loud
  • Using google translate the students can hear words pronounced out loud
  • Using google translate the students can hear words pronounced out loud
  • Using google translate the students can hear words pronounced out loud
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    • 1. Standard 2: Students will understand howUtah’s history has been shaped by manydiverse people, events, and ideas.Objective 2: Describe ways that Utah has changedover time. a: Identify key events and trends in Utahhistory and their significance.
    • 2. The land that we now know as Utah has been the home to many different kinds of people. Historians believe that Utah was first inhabited over 12,000 years ago by the Paleo-Indians. Over the next several weeks we will be learning about the different people who have lived in Utah. We will establish when they lived in Utah, how they lived and survived, and how each group contributed to the history and establishment of Utah as a state. After we have learned about the different groups of people who lived in Utah each student will research a specific person of importance. Often we can better understand a time period when we learn about specific people. After you have researched, the important person, you will write a report, and prepare a presentation to share what you have learned.
    • 3.  Materials  The Early People of Utah Vocabulary Journal.  The Early People of Utah Timeline  The Utah Adventure, by John McCormick. Fourth grade curriculum text book.  Post-it notes
    • 4. You will need:
    • 5. ques tion ing Questioning helps readers to clarify and comprehend what they are reading.Recordquestioning and the definition in yourvocabulary journal now
    • 6. pa le o means ancient, or very old.Recordpaleo and the definition in your vocabularyjournal now
    • 7. no mad a person who moves from place to placeRecordnomad and the definition in your vocabularyjournal now
    • 8. at latl a spear throwerRecordatlatl and the definition in your vocabularyjournal now
    • 9. ar chael ol o gist a scientist who learns about ancient people by studying the things they left behindRecordarchaeologist and the definition in your vocabulary journal now
    • 10. ar ti fact an object used by people long agoRecordartifact and the definition inyour vocabulary journal now
    • 11. Group Name: Time Period they lived in Utah:Way of Life:Food:Shelter:Clothing:Interesting Fact:
    • 12. You will need:
    • 13. vi su al iz ationcreating a vivid image in your mind based on what you readRecordvisualization and the definition inyour vocabulary journal now
    • 14. nav a jo(nav-uh-hoh)Comes from a Pueblo Indian word for “planted fields” or “farmlands.” The Pueblo Indians probably gave them this name because the Navajos were farmers who lived in settled villages.RecordNavajo and the definition inyour vocabulary journal now
    • 15. ute(yoot)a member of an American Indian people of Utah and W. Colorado. The meaning of Ute is unknown.RecordUte and the definition inyour vocabulary journal now
    • 16. pai ute(pahy-oot)the peopleRecordPaiute and the definition inyour vocabulary journal now
    • 17. go shute(go-shoot)Comes from a leader name Goship or from Gutsipupiutsi, a Shoshone word for Desert people.RecordGoshute and the definition inyour vocabulary journal now
    • 18. sho sho ne(show-show-nee)Nobody knows where this word came from. The Shoshones call themselves Newe (pronounced nuh-wuh) which means “people.”RecordShoshone and the definition inyour vocabulary journal now
    • 19. PowerPoint not completed from this point forward
    • 20. You will need:
    • 21. You will need:
    • 22. You will need:

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