Lesson 6
Northwest Indians: Kwakiutl
RAP
1. How did the Pueblo meet their needs for
food?
2. The Pueblo people inhabited the area that is
present-day –
3. How ...
RAP
1. How did the Pueblo meet their needs for food?
 Farming and irrigation systems
2. The Pueblo people inhabited the a...
RAP
1. How did the Pueblo meet their needs for food?
 Farming and irrigation systems
2. The Pueblo people inhabited the a...
RAP
1. How did the Pueblo meet their needs for food?
 Farming and irrigation systems
2. The Pueblo people inhabited the a...
 Summary: People of the Northwest
 Take out 3 colors
 Highlight important terms (right hand side) – make
sure to highli...
 Find the Pacific
Northwest region
 Color the northwest
area dark blue
 Label in the key
 Find the where the
Kwakiutl ...
 American IndianTribe: Kwakiutl
 Location
 Climate
 Shelter
 Transportation
 American IndianTribe: Kwakiutl
 Location
 Pacific Northwest
 Flat land
 Washington, Oregon, Northern CA, Alaska
 Cl...
 American IndianTribe: Kwakiutl
 Location
 Pacific Northwest
 Flat land
 Washington, Oregon, Northern CA, Alaska
 Cl...
 American IndianTribe: Kwakiutl
 Location
 Pacific Northwest
 Flat land
 Washington, Oregon, Northern CA, Alaska
 Cl...
 American IndianTribe: Kwakiutl
 Location
 Pacific Northwest
 Flat land
 Washington, Oregon, Northern CA, Alaska
 Cl...
 Natural (Come directly from nature)
 Human (People working to produce goods and
services)
 Capital (Goods produced and...
 Natural (Come directly from nature)
 Salmon, whales, seals, Elk/deer
 Trees, rivers, ocean, plants
 Human (People wor...
 Natural (Come directly from nature)
 Salmon, whales, seals, Elk/deer
 Trees, rivers, ocean, plants
 Human (People wor...
 Natural (Come directly from nature)
 Salmon, whales, seals, Elk/deer
 Trees, rivers, ocean, plants
 Human (People wor...
 For the next three days your homework will
be the same. Each night you will pick one of
the three options below. Once yo...
Title: Tanaktak House,
Harbeldown Island
Creator(s): Curtis, Edward S., 1868-
1952, photographer
Date Created/Published: c...
Title: A Kwakiutl canoe
Creator(s): Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952, photographer
Date Created/Published: 1910, c1910.
Medium...
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Fa lesson 6   nw kwakiutl
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  1. 1. Lesson 6 Northwest Indians: Kwakiutl
  2. 2. RAP 1. How did the Pueblo meet their needs for food? 2. The Pueblo people inhabited the area that is present-day – 3. How did the Pacific Northwest Indians meet their needs for food?What were some of their sources?
  3. 3. RAP 1. How did the Pueblo meet their needs for food?  Farming and irrigation systems 2. The Pueblo people inhabited the area that is present-day – ▪ Arizona & New Mexico 3. How did the Pacific Northwest Indians meet their needs for food?What were some of their sources?
  4. 4. RAP 1. How did the Pueblo meet their needs for food?  Farming and irrigation systems 2. The Pueblo people inhabited the area that is present-day –  Arizona & New Mexico 3. How did the Pacific Northwest Indians meet their needs for food?What were some of their sources?
  5. 5. RAP 1. How did the Pueblo meet their needs for food?  Farming and irrigation systems 2. The Pueblo people inhabited the area that is present-day  Arizona & New Mexico 3. How did the Pacific Northwest Indians meet their needs for food?What were some of their sources? Used natural resources – fished & hunted/Oceans (whales/seals), rivers (salmon) Forests (elk/deer)
  6. 6.  Summary: People of the Northwest  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.
  7. 7.  Find the Pacific Northwest region  Color the northwest area dark blue  Label in the key  Find the where the Kwakiutl would have lived  Color the section light blue  Label it in key
  8. 8.  American IndianTribe: Kwakiutl  Location  Climate  Shelter  Transportation
  9. 9.  American IndianTribe: Kwakiutl  Location  Pacific Northwest  Flat land  Washington, Oregon, Northern CA, Alaska  Climate  Shelter  Transportation
  10. 10.  American IndianTribe: Kwakiutl  Location  Pacific Northwest  Flat land  Washington, Oregon, Northern CA, Alaska  Climate  Rainy and mild  Shelter  Transportation
  11. 11.  American IndianTribe: Kwakiutl  Location  Pacific Northwest  Flat land  Washington, Oregon, Northern CA, Alaska  Climate  Rainy and mild  Shelter  Pit houses and longhouses  Transportation
  12. 12.  American IndianTribe: Kwakiutl  Location  Pacific Northwest  Flat land  Washington, Oregon, Northern CA, Alaska  Climate  Rainy and mild  Shelter  Pit houses and longhouses  Transportation  Dugouts/Canoes  Walking
  13. 13.  Natural (Come directly from nature)  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)  Salmon, whales, seals, Elk/deer  Trees, rivers, ocean, plants  Human (People working to produce goods and services)  Capital (Goods produced and used to make other goods and services)
  15. 15.  Natural (Come directly from nature)  Salmon, whales, seals, Elk/deer  Trees, rivers, ocean, plants  Human (People working to produce goods and services)  Fishers, Hunters and farmers  Capital (Goods produced and used to make other goods and services)
  16. 16.  Natural (Come directly from nature)  Salmon, whales, seals, Elk/deer  Trees, rivers, ocean, plants  Human (People working to produce goods and services)  Fishers, Hunters and farmers  Capital (Goods produced and used to make other goods and services)  Farm tools, bows, and canoes
  17. 17.  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 Northwest or Kwakiutl  Postcard
  18. 18. Title: Tanaktak House, Harbeldown Island Creator(s): Curtis, Edward S., 1868- 1952, photographer Date Created/Published: c1914. Medium: 1 photographic print. Summary: Stairs leading up to wooden building, topped with Kwakiutl ceremonial art; in foreground one totem pole on the left, and one pole on right with ornamentation on bottom half.
  19. 19. Title: A Kwakiutl canoe Creator(s): Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952, photographer Date Created/Published: 1910, c1910. Medium: 1 photographic print. Summary: Three people in canoe with sail(?), British Columbia.

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