Process

The Native American tribes in North Carolina are:

 

Process:

* Member A will illustrate the clothing of their Native American tribe*

 *Member B will illustrate the arts of their Native American tribe*

 

*Member C will illustrate the crafts of their Native American tribe*

* Member D will illustrate the housing of their Native American tribe *

 

* Member E will illustrate the language of their Native American tribe*

 

The following links contain information about Native American tribes in North Carolina. 

Everyone needs to complete a history guide and the guide for their assigned section (clothing, art, crafts, housing or language).  

You may take additional notes on note book paper if you wish.

Catawba:

Introduction to the Catawba Tribe.

Every member in the Catawba Tribe Group needs to complete the Catawba History Guide. Please print the Catawba History Guide before reading about the Catawba history. You will answer questions about the history of the Catawba tribe as you read about their history.

Member A in the Catawba Tribe Group needs to complete the Clothing Guide. Please print the Native American Clothing guide before reading about Native American Clothing. You will answer questions about the Native Amercian clothing as you read about Native American clothing.

Member B in the Catawba Tribe Group needs to complete the Arts Guide. Please print the Native American Art Guide before reading  about Native American Arts. You will answer questions about Native American art as you read about Native American Art.

Member C in the Catawba Tribe Group needs to complete the Craft Guide. Please print the Native American Craft Guide before reading about Native American Crafts. You will answer questions about the Crafts of the Native Americans as you read about Native American Crafts.

Member D in the Catawba Tribe Group needs to complete the Housing Guide. Please print the Catawba Housing Guide before reading the Native American Housing. You will answer questions about the housing of the Catawba tribe as you read about Native American housing. 

Member E in the Catawba Tribe Group needs to complete the Language Guide. Please print the Catawba Language Guide before looking at the Catawba language. You will write the correct Catawba word for the English word provided on the guide. The Catawba tribe has special words for animals. The Catawba tribe has special words for body parts

Tuscarora:

 

Introduction to the Tuscarora tribe.

Every member in the Tuscarora Tribe Group needs to complete the Tuscarora History Guide. Please print the Tuscarora History Guide before reading about the Tuscarora history. You will answer questions about the history of the Tuscarora tribe as you read about their history.

Member A in the Tuscarora Tribe Group needs to complete the Clothing Guide. Please print the Native American Clothing guide before reading about Native American Clothing. You will answer questions about the clothing of the Tuscarora tribe as you read about Native American clothing. 

Member B in the Tuscarora Tribe Group needs to complete the Art Guide. Please print the Native American Art Guide before reading about Native American Arts. You will answer questions about the art of the Native Americans as you read about Native American Art.

 Member C in the Tuscarora Tribe Group needs to complete the Craft Guide. Please print the Native American Craft Guide before reading about Native American Crafts. You will answer questions about the Crafts of the Native Americans as you read about Native American Crafts.

Member D in the Tuscarora Tribe Group needs to complete the Housing Guide. Please print the Tuscarora Housing Guide before reading about Native American Housing. You will answer questions about the housing of the Tuscarora tribe as you read about Native American housing.          

Member E in the Tuscarora Tribe Group needs to complete the Language Guide. Please print the Tuscarora Language Guide before looking at the Tuscarora language. You will write the correct Tuscarora word for the English word provided on the guide. The pronunciation guide will help you say words like the Tuscarora tribe. The Tuscarora tribe has special words for animals. The Tuscarora tribe has special words for colors.

Creek:

Introduction to the Creek tribe.

Every member in the Creek Tribe Group needs to complete the Creek History Guide. Please print the Creek History Guide before reading about the Creek History. You will answer questions about the history of the Creek tribe as you read about their history. 

Member A in the Creek Tribe Group needs to complete the Clothing Guide. Please print the Native American Clothing guide before reading about Native American Clothing.You will answer questions about the clothing of the Creek tribe as you read about Native American clothing.

Member B in the Creek Tribe Group needs to complete the Art Guide. Please print the Native American Art Guide before reading about Native Americans Art. You will answer questions about the art of the Native Americans as you read about Native American Art.

Member C in the Creek Tribe Group needs to complete the Craft Guide. Please print the Native American Craft Guide before reading about Native American Crafts. You will answer questions about the Crafts of the Native Americans as you read about Native American Crafts. 

Member D in the Creek Tribe Group needs to complete the Housing Guide. Please print the Creek Housing guide before reading about Native American Housing. You will answer questions about the housing of the Creek tribe as you read about Native American housing.

Member E in the Creek Tribe Group needs to complete the Language Guide. Please print the Creek Language Guide before looking at the Creek language. You will write the correct Creek word for the English word provided on the guide. The Creek tribe has special words for animals. The Creek tribe has special words for colors. The Creek tribe has special words for body parts.

 

 Cherokee

 

Introduction to the Cherokee tribe

Every member in the Cherokee Tribe needs to complete the Cherokee History Guide. Please print the Cherokee History Guide before reading about the Cherokee History. You will answer questions about the history of the Cherokee tribe as you read about their history.

Memebr A in the Cherokee Tribe needs to complete the Clothing Guide. Please print the Native American Clothing guide before reading about Native American clothing.You will answer questions about the clothing of the Cherokee tribe as you read about Native American clothing.

Member B in the Cherokee Tribe Group needs to complete the Arts Guide. Please print the Native American Art Guide before reading the Art link. You will answer questions about the art of the Native Americans as you read about Native American Art. Additional information about Arts.

Member C in the Cherokee Tribe Group needs to complete the Crafts Guide. Please print the Native American Craft Guide before reading the Craft link. You will answer questions about the Craft of the Native Americans as you read about Native American Art. Additional  Crafts

Member D in the Cherokee Tribe Group needs to complete the Housing Guide. Please print the Cherokee Housing Guide before reading the Housing link. You will answer questions about the housing of the Cherokee tribe as you read about Native American housing. Additional information about Housing: additional Housing

Member E in the Cherokee Tribe Group needs to complete the Language Guide. Please print the Cherokee Language Guide before looking at the Cherokee language. You will write the correct Cherokee word for the English word provided on the guide.Additional information about Language. The Cherokee tribe has special words for animals. The Cherokee tribe has special words for colors. The Cherokee tribe has special words for body parts.

Additional information about Cherokee Food and Recipes    

 

Lumbee

 

 

Introduction to the Lumbee tribe and Logo

Every member in the Lumbee Tribe needs to complete the Lumbee History Guide. Please print the Lumbee History Guide before reading about the Lumbee History, Additional History (please look at both sites). You will answer questions about the history of the Lumbee tribe as you read about their history.

Memebr A in the Lumbee Tribe needs to complete the Clothing Guide. Please print the Native American Clothing guide before reading about Native American clothing.You will answer questions about the clothing of the Lumbee tribe as you read about Native American clothing.

Member B in the Lumbee Tribe Group needs to complete the Arts Guide. Please print the Native American Art Guide before reading the Art link. You will answer questions about the art of the Native Americans as you read about Native American Art.  information about Arts 

Member C in the Lumbee Tribe Groupe needs to complete the Crafts Guide. Please print the Native American Craft Guide before reading the Craft link. You will answer questions about the Craft of the Native Americans as you read about Native American Art. Additional  Crafts

Member D in the Cherokee Tribe Group needs to complete the Housing Guide. Please print the Lumbee Housing Guide before reading the Housing link. You will answer questions about the housing of the Lumbee tribe as you read about Native American housing. Additional information about Housing:

Member E in the Lumbee Tribe Group needs to complete the Language Guide. Please print the Lumbee Language Guide before looking at the Lumbee language. You will write the correct Lumbee word for the English word provided on the guide.Additional information about Language. The Lumbee tribe has special words for animals. The Lumbee tribe has special words for colors. The Lumbee tribe has special words for body parts.

 

 

 

 

You have completed your research about your Native American tribe.

The second step is to create and draw your coin or paper bill based on your topic (clothing, arts, crafts, housing, or language). Paper will be provided by the teacher.

The third step is to write a paper. The paper will have multiple paragraphs. You will write an introduction, body, and conclusion.

The body of your paper will include four parts.

Part One: Describe your Native American tribe.

Part Two: Describe similarities and differences of your life and your Native American tribe.

Part Three: Describe your coin or paper bill. How does your coin or paper bill design explain the history and culture of your Native American Tribe?

Part Four: How do you think your Native America tribe has influenced culture and history in North Carolina?