Howe to South4 hours and 32min.
Jacobus Franciscus     Thorpe
Jacobus Franciscus           ThorpeBorn on May 28, 1887Jim’s father, Hiram Thorpe, an IrishFarmerJim’s mother, Charlotte V...
Jacobus Franciscus     Thorpe
Howe to Prague2 hours and 40 min.s
Wa-Tho-Huk
Wa-Tho-HukAn Indian CustomGrandfather/lastPottawatomiAthletic Father
The Sac and Fox AgencySchool in Oklahoma at age 6Struggled with AcademicsPlayed outdoors, hunted
An Average KidThe Sac and Fox AgencySchool in Oklahoma at age 6Struggled with AcademicsPlayed outdoors, hunted
The Sac and Fox AgencySchool in Oklahoma at age 6Struggled with AcademicsPlayed outdoors, hunted
Hard Times Begin
Hard Times BeginBrother Charlie died Pneumonia (9 years)Sent away, Lawrence, Kansas 18982 years later, Mother died in chil...
Lawrence, KS to Prague,OK
Dad diedNative AmericanUniversityTalent wasdiscovered
Carlisle 1904       Dad died       Native American       University       Talent was       discovered
MedalsAs Jim Thorpe got older He won manymedals for his athletic abilities .He won the gold medals in thedecathlon and pen...
MedalsJim had won the broad jump, the200-meter hurdles, the discusthrow, 1,500 meter run and wasthird in the javelin. He w...
Steps for making    medalsStep 1. Get out supplies (crayons,markers,and colored pencils).Step 2. Get out medals and ribbon...
Vocabulary    Perseverance: continuance in a state of grace to the end,leading to eternal    salvation.Athleticism: of, re...
Attributions                               Photoshttp://www.digital-topo-maps.com/county-map/kansas-county-map.gif Slide 1...
Attributions                                 Books                  Jim Thorpe’s Bright Path by Joseph Bruchac            ...
Attributions                     Video           http://www.jimthorpefilm.com/        http://www.moiraproductions.com/   J...
Jim Thorpe Virtual FIeld Trip Team #1
Jim Thorpe Virtual FIeld Trip Team #1
Jim Thorpe Virtual FIeld Trip Team #1
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  • Jim Thorpe Virtual FIeld Trip Team #1

    1. 1. Howe to South4 hours and 32min.
    2. 2. Jacobus Franciscus Thorpe
    3. 3. Jacobus Franciscus ThorpeBorn on May 28, 1887Jim’s father, Hiram Thorpe, an IrishFarmerJim’s mother, Charlotte Vieux,(Pottawatomi, sac and fox, french)Indian territory near Prague,OkHe was a twin(Charlie)
    4. 4. Jacobus Franciscus Thorpe
    5. 5. Howe to Prague2 hours and 40 min.s
    6. 6. Wa-Tho-Huk
    7. 7. Wa-Tho-HukAn Indian CustomGrandfather/lastPottawatomiAthletic Father
    8. 8. The Sac and Fox AgencySchool in Oklahoma at age 6Struggled with AcademicsPlayed outdoors, hunted
    9. 9. An Average KidThe Sac and Fox AgencySchool in Oklahoma at age 6Struggled with AcademicsPlayed outdoors, hunted
    10. 10. The Sac and Fox AgencySchool in Oklahoma at age 6Struggled with AcademicsPlayed outdoors, hunted
    11. 11. Hard Times Begin
    12. 12. Hard Times BeginBrother Charlie died Pneumonia (9 years)Sent away, Lawrence, Kansas 18982 years later, Mother died in child birthLeft home to work on a horse ranch
    13. 13. Lawrence, KS to Prague,OK
    14. 14. Dad diedNative AmericanUniversityTalent wasdiscovered
    15. 15. Carlisle 1904 Dad died Native American University Talent was discovered
    16. 16. MedalsAs Jim Thorpe got older He won manymedals for his athletic abilities .He won the gold medals in thedecathlon and pentathlon during the1912 Olympic Games.
    17. 17. MedalsJim had won the broad jump, the200-meter hurdles, the discusthrow, 1,500 meter run and wasthird in the javelin. He was numberone in high hurdles.
    18. 18. Steps for making medalsStep 1. Get out supplies (crayons,markers,and colored pencils).Step 2. Get out medals and ribbon (chooseyour ribbon color) run the pin through theribbon to secure it.Step 3. Now on your medals drawsomething that you like that makes youwho you are.
    19. 19. Vocabulary Perseverance: continuance in a state of grace to the end,leading to eternal salvation.Athleticism: of, relating to, or suitable for an athlete or for athleticsChallenge: a call or summons to engage in any contest, as of skill, strength, etc.Confidence: belief in oneself and ones powers or abilitiesPrairie: a tract of grassland; meadowReservation: an area of landClan: a group of people of common descent; familySurvive: to endure or live throughSanitation: the development and application of sanitary measures for the sake ofcleanliness, protecting health, etc.Pneumonia: inflammation of the lungs with congestionInconsolable: incapable of being consoled or comforted
    20. 20. Attributions Photoshttp://www.digital-topo-maps.com/county-map/kansas-county-map.gif Slide 1 and 8http://www.digital-topo-maps.com/county-map/oklahoma-county-map.gif Slide 1, 4, and 8http://fineartamerica.com/images-medium/sunlit-cabin-sueellen-cowan.jpg Slide 2http://www.danielnpaul.com/scan_image/JimThorpe.jpg Slide 3http://coachband.com/images/Brightpath-1.jpg Slide 5http://home.epix.net/~landis/THORPETR.JPG Slide 9http://coachband.com/images/Brightpath-1.jpg Slide 11
    21. 21. Attributions Books Jim Thorpe’s Bright Path by Joseph Bruchac Published by Lee & Low Jim Thorpe, Original All American by Joseph Bruchac Published by DialNative American Son: The Life and Sporting Legend of Jim Thorpe by Kate Buford Published by Knopf
    22. 22. Attributions Video http://www.jimthorpefilm.com/ http://www.moiraproductions.com/ Jim Thope, The World’s Greatest AthleteProduced by Tom Weidlinger and Joseph Bruchac Directed by Tom WeidlingerWritten by Tom Weidlinger and Joseph Bruchac A Moria Film & DVD in Association with Dateline Productions Funded by the Lincoln Foundation

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