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Hopi PowerPoint
Hopi PowerPoint
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  • 1. Hopi Way of Life
    Lexi Sinor
  • 2. Clan System (Hopi’s Family Tree)
    The purpose of the system.
    Matriarchal Society
    How it works
    Roles with in the family
    Extended Clans
    Clan Names
  • 3. Clan System Activity
    First make a American family tree then in comparison do a clan system tree.
    Once you have worked on both family trees, come up with clan names and symbol for your family and then explain why it is significant
  • 4. Basket Weaving
    The history of the Hopi basket weaving
    Passed down from generation to generation
    Where does the material comes from and how do they prepare it?
  • 5. Basket Weaving
    The steps to weaving
    What it is mostly used now for in the current Hopi community
  • 6. Basket Weaving Activity
    Use pipe cleaners to practice and get the idea of how Hopi Basketry is created.
  • 7. Story Clip
  • 8. Hopi Ceremonies & Traditions
    Talk about the characteristics of the Hopi’s
    Peaceful, agreeable, hardworking
    Discuss their spirituality:
    Live it on a daily basis
    Teach peace and goodwill
    Handed down through centuries from ancestors
  • 9. The Hopi Dances
  • 10. Kachinas
    What they represent
    why they have them.
    Explain the initiation process...
    Coming of age, children's knowledge of what the kachinas are.
    Talk about the kivas and what takes place inside the kiva.
  • 11. Classroom Activity
    Lunchtime in the classroom:
    Share lunch inside the classroom. We’re going to watch a movie about how Piki Bread is made, then have a lunch meal of piki bread and hominy stew.
    Explain how important the corn is in the Hopi traditions.
  • 12. Hopi Pottery
    Explain the process of how the clay is made:
    Take clay from earth, give back to earth. Mix with water..etc.
    Explain how she rolled the clay into strips to make into her pot.
    The stones she used to buff and smooth out the pot
    The plants she used to make the paint
    Explain what the different designs symbolize
  • 13. Classroom Activity
    You will each make your own pot. As a class we will go through the process of making the clay, rolling it into strips and creating the pot.
    Pick out what designs and symbols you are going to use on the pot and why you chose them.
    Talk about how the Hopi’s make their own paintbrushes and paints from what nature gives them.
  • 14. Pottery cont.