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Fa lesson 3 ne eastern woodlands

  1. 1. Lesson 3 Northeast: EasternWoodlands
  2. 2. RAP 1. What important discovery was made at Cactus Hill? 2. What was the northeast area of North America called that was inhabited by the Iroquois?
  3. 3. RAP 1. What important discovery was made at Cactus Hill?  Archeologists discovered that humans lived at Cactus Hill as early as 18,000 years ago  With this new evidence scientists are not in agreement as to when and how people entered the Western Hemisphere. 2. What was the northeast area of North America called that was inhabited by the Iroquois?
  4. 4. RAP 1. What important discovery was made at Cactus Hill?  Archeologists discovered that humans lived at Cactus Hill as early as 18,000 years ago  With this new evidence scientists are not in agreement as to when and how people entered the Western Hemisphere. 2. What was the northeast area of North America called that was inhabited by the Iroquois?  EasternWoodlands
  5. 5.  Summary: People of the East  Take out 3 colors  Highlight important terms (right hand side) – make sure to highlight only the words  Read the questions – label the questions as directed  Read passage  Once done highlight vocabulary words in the passage  Find the answer to the question and label as directed  Answer the questions in your own words on the back or underneath.
  6. 6.  Find the Eastern Woodland region  Color it green  Label in the key  Find the where the Iroquois would have lived  Color the section light green  Label it in key
  7. 7.  American IndianTribe: Iroquois  Location  Climate  Shelter  Transportation
  8. 8.  American IndianTribe: Iroquois  Location  Northeast (eastern woodland)  Heavily forested  VA, NY, Southern Canada  Climate  Shelter  Transportation
  9. 9.  American IndianTribe: Iroquois  Location  Northeast (eastern woodland)  Heavily forested  VA, NY, Southern Canada  Climate  Mild  Cold places (north)  Shelter  Transportation
  10. 10.  American IndianTribe: Iroquois  Location  Northeast (eastern woodland)  Heavily forested  VA, NY, Southern Canada  Climate  Mild  Cold places (north)  Shelter  Longhouses  Transportation
  11. 11.  American IndianTribe: Iroquois  Location  Northeast (eastern woodland)  Heavily forested  VA, NY, Southern Canada  Climate  Mild  Cold places (north)  Shelter  Longhouses  Transportation  Canoes and on foot
  12. 12.  Natural (Come directly from nature)  Human (People working to produce goods and services)  Capital (Goods produced and used to make other goods and services)
  13. 13.  Natural (Come directly from nature)  Fished in rivers  Grew crops  Hunted animals  Wood from forests  Human (People working to produce goods and services)  Capital (Goods produced and used to make other goods and services)
  14. 14.  Natural (Come directly from nature)  Fished in rivers  Grew crops  Hunted animals  Wood from forests  Human (People working to produce goods and services)  Fisherman, farmers & hunters  Capital (Goods produced and used to make other goods and services)
  15. 15.  Natural (Come directly from nature)  Fished in rivers  Grew crops  Hunted animals  Wood from forests  Human (People working to produce goods and services)  Fisherman , farmers, & hunters  Capital (Goods produced and used to make other goods and services)  Canoes, bows , and spears
  16. 16.  For the next three days your homework will be the same. Each night you will pick one of the three options below. Once you have picked that option you may not reuse it. So choose wisely!  Scene representing this region  Acrostic poem using Iroquois or Eastern Woodland  Postcard: 3 x 5 note card
  17. 17.  Use the name of the tribe as the vertical word, and construct sentences out of things related to that tribe. I R O Q U O I S
  18. 18. Example of Post Card •3 x 5 Note Card •Picture of a tribal scene on the front •Letter to a relative (Dear Mom and Dad,) describing your experience living as a tribe member. Include the name of the Region!

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