HEY YOU I NEED YOUR ATTENTION!!! Now that I obtained your attention, listen up! Right now you will be learning the differences and similarities about two Native American tribes. The first tribe is the Inuits, the second tribe is the Iroquois. In paragraph number one you will be learning two preposterous similarities between the Inuit & Iroquois.
All stories illustrate the beginning, with value and insight; indigenous knowledge is innately given. In an indigenous worldview, knowledge comes from the creator and from creation itself. The Haudenosaunee people are given principles to explicate for appropriate conduct to all of creation and its beings. The creation story illustrates that all of creation has a responsibility in growth, development, and sustainability; the great law of peace demonstrates how to live a “good mind”; the good message describes how to treat one another; the original instructions depict between the right and wrong doing’s; the symbolism of the wampum belts explicates the history of the Haudenosaunee people. These principles instruct humanity and assigns roles and
The picture that depicts homes in the cliffs were built by the Anasazi who lived in the Southwest (Four Corners) culture region and the long houses were built by the Iroquois who lived in the Great Lakes (New York) culture region. The Anasazi modified their environment by irrigating the desert, building roads, and by building homes into the cliff because they needed to be able to farm in the dry desert, travel and trade, and also be able to defend themselves from their warlike neighbors. The Iroquois, however, modified their environment by clearing land to farm and building the long houses as they did not have to defend against as many attacks. These two different people chose to modify their environments differently because not only were
The experience of the IROQUOIS CONFEDERACY in current-day northern New York provides a clear example of the consequences of the Revolution for American Indians. The Iroquois represented an alliance of six different native groups who had responded to the dramatic changes of the colonial era more successfully than most other Indians in the eastern third of North America. Their political alliance, which had begun to take shape in the 15th- century, even before the arrival of European colonists, was the most durable factor in their persistence in spite of the disastrous changes brought on by European contact. During the American Revolution, the Confederacy fell apart for the first time since its creation as different Iroquois groups fought against
The central focus of my learning segment is about the two Indians tribes the Algonquin and the Iroquois. The content will be focused on the two tribes, their way of life, where they lived, and their different cultures. The goal of the unit is to teach notetaking skills that will last well into their future. Each lesson will touch on a different aspect of the tribe and will have embedded note taking strategies. Read alouds will be used to model the note taking strategies for the unit.
The skywalkers are Iroquois iron workers who literally live on the edge, doing high steel construction work and the Iroquois are historically known for being powerful and an important northeast Native American union. The Iroquois people have settled in the areas of Ontario and upstate New York for well over 4,000 years. The Iroquois consisted of five tribes prior to European colonization. Their society serves as an outstanding example of political and military organization, complex lifestyle, and a high role of women.
For each student I collected 3 sources of evidence of their learning during this unit over the Algonquin and Iroquois tribes. I collected a work sample from their daily notes, Anecdotal records from a daily center activity and I then took a short video clip of each student working in a particular center. Ishel, started out in the archeological dig site center. I knew that this activity would peak his interest, because what fourth grader doesn’t like to dig in the dirt? Ish-el and his partners dug through their tub and found artifacts that related to the time period we were studying.
Women of the Iroquois have a lot of roles in the society such as voting who will be the chief/leader of them; they keep their culture alive, and cook. There are other things women had to do in the Iroquois society. Women in the Iroquois society have to stay in the long houses to cook, take care of children, prepare the food, and making the clothes for their families. Women also have a lot of authority and power in the society because of their high value to the natives.
The Mohawk Indians were part of the Iroquois confederacy. They spoke similar languages to other tribes part of the confederacy. Their economy was based on trading goods between tribes and to the Europeans. They were settled near the Mohawk river and the Hudson. After coming in contact with the Europeans, they became one of the wealthiest tribes in the confederacy.
wampum : Wampam was symbolic “words” of condolence. When Hiawatha 's seven daughters were killed by an evil sorcerer, the wampum given by Deganawidah (the Peacemaker) restored his emotional balance. They took the wampum to the five Iroquois nations as a message of peace. This became the Iroquois Confederacy. (pg 3) Iroquois Confederacy : The Iroquois Confederacy was when the Iroquois nations submerged their differences and created a confederacy based on the condolence ceremony.
During the French and Britain‘s conflicts, the Iroquois Confederacy consisted of six nations: the Mohawk, Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, and Tuscarora. Although, I’m sure all of these nations have interesting backgrounds, I’ve decided to find out more about the Cayuga nation. The Cayuga nation has a very interesting culture, which includes the food they eat and the religion they’ve chosen to practice. The main foods involved in the Cayuga diet included corn, beans, and squash, also known as, the Three Sisters.
Native American culture Between the Five Native American cultures, most definitely the most viable one was the Incas. They engaged in agriculture, bringing water down from the Andes by aqueducts which represented a well developed architecture and math knowledge. The Incas also had the cities connected by good roads; they were organized. Also, they lived peacefully and this is another thing that can make them a more viable society, when you don’t fight the enemy but peacefully absorbed them with promises prosperity and peace you get to know other culture, other ways of architecture and learn a lot more.