Process

   

    Now It's time for everyone in your group to get organized.

1) The first step is to decide how you want to divide up the different aspects of the magazine amongst the group.

     Each Magazine needs to include:










                                                                                             
 
2) After it's decided who is going to be responsible for what (which could also mean: who's responsible for what research, who's responsible for the documenting of sources and the bibliography, who's responsible for the artwork and design layout, ...), The group needs to set the next weeks goals and ways they're going to fulfill those goals (for example at least one source will be used to respond to the appropriate section).

 3) As more and more information is gathered, it'll be important to give the rest of the group an update on what you're learning so that you can connect the different sections together.

4) After completing the research the articles need to be written, reviewed by peers, and revised. (Remember to document your sources)

5) Pick your myth or story that you want to tell to your buddy.

6) Design your magazine (making sure everything is neatly typed) and when finalized and reviewed ....

7) PUBLISH!!!   (Be sure to creatively use a Microsoft office tool to publish  your work!)

8) Present your story using PowerPoint, video, audio, etc.

9) Be excited about what you and your classmates learned and made, we'll have a discussion and food day where each group will make a food item using the recipe from their magazines.

 

 

Sources:

 

 

General sources:

    Encarta

    National Geographic Kids 

    Ask Jeeves for Kids

   AJR Newslink

    Google news  

   Library of Congress American Memory

    Biographical Dictionary

    Biography.com

    Biography-Center

    Lives

    Maptech MapServer (topo)

   Yahoo! Kids

    Kids Click!

    ThinkQuest Entries

   Kids Search Tool

    http://www.learner.org/biographyofamerica/prog08/maps/ 

    http://www.indianz.com/default.asp 

 

 Native American sites:

   Shelters

   Food

   Recipes

    http://thewildwest.org/interface/index.php?action=185

    http://memory.loc.gov/learn/features/immig/native_american.html  - click on the globe to the left to see changes in Tribal lands

   Mr.Dunn.org

   http://www.primarysourcelearning.org/teach/lq/007/process.htm- another webquest and when you click on each topic over more links to other resources.

   First People

  

Cherokee 

   http://www.rosecity.net/tears/trail/jenny.html

    http://www.tolatsga.org/Cherokee1.html 

    http://www.cherokeehistory.com/

    Cherokee of OK 

    Cherokee of NC 

    http://www.native-languages.org/cherokee_culture.htm 

 

 

Lakota

    http://www.elexion.com/lakota/lakota2.htm

  http://puffin.creighton.edu/lakota/

   http://members.aol.com/bbbenge/page6.html

Black Elk and Lakota history and links

    Lakota Language 

     Lakhota.org

   Lakota Country Times

    Lakota Winter Counts     

 

 

Inuit 

    inuit.org 

    inuit gallery

    Canadian Inuit 

    http://www.nunanet.com/~jtagak/resources

    http://www.virtualmuseum.ca/English/Teacher/inuit_history.html 

    http://www.athropolis.com/links/inuit.htm 

 

Some book resources:

    Food and Culture 4th edition by Pamela Goyan Kittler and Kathryn P. Sucher

    Cherokee Animal Tales by George F. Scheer

    The Eskimo Story-teller: Folktales from Noatak, Alaska by Edwin S. Hall, jr.