3c geography, climate, resources

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  • 3c geography, climate, resources

    1. 1. USI.3C: AMERICAN INDIANS Geography, Climate, and Resources
    2. 2. Essential Knowledge  Geography and climate affected how various American Indian groups met their basic needs.  Resources influenced what was produced and how it was produced
    3. 3. Types of Resources  Natural resources: come directly from nature  Human resources: people working to produce goods and services  Capital resources: goods produced and used to make other goods
    4. 4. Geography and Climate  How did geography and climate affect the way American Indians met their basic needs?  In the past, American Indians fished, hunted, and harvested crops for food.
    5. 5. Geography and Climate  Clothing was made from animal skins and plants.
    6. 6. Geography and Climate  Their shelter was made of resources found in their environment, such as sod, stones, animal skins, and wood.
    7. 7. Geography and Climate  The American Indians had to rely on the materials around them to meet their basic needs.  Think about the five tribes. What resources would each tribe have used to obtain food, clothing, and shelter? Remember, they have to rely on their geography and climate!
    8. 8. Resources  How did the American Indians use natural, human, and capital resources?  Natural resources: American Indians fished in rivers, hunted animals, and grew crops.
    9. 9. Resources  Human resources: People who fished, made clothing, and hunted animals were examples of human resources.
    10. 10. Resources  Capital resources: The canoes, bows, and spears were examples of capital resources.

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