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Let's Get to Know the Indigenous People of Alaska!
In this one-time class, students will be introduced to the Indigenous People of Alaska, to celebrate Native American Month.
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As November is Native American Month, in this one-time class we will take a closer look at the Indigenous Native groups of Alaska. Students will be introduced to the major different groups (Inupiat, Yupik, Aleuts, Athabaskans, Tlingit and Haida), where they live and similarities and differences among the groups. We will also briefly talk about how Alaska has only one reservation. The class will be mainly a lecture style with a Power Point presentation that includes information, pictures...
I was born and raised in Alaska, and am Alaska Native and belong to the Tlingit Tribe. I have first hand knowledge and experience of the Alaska Native cultures. It is my desire to teach others about our enriching cultures here in Alaska.
No supplies are needed, just a willingness to listen and ask questions!
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40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
There will be a brief moment where boarding schools are mentioned and how they have affected the Tlingit people. I will not go into the trauma, but briefly how it was hard on families and how it affected family histories, such as my own.
None. However, I will compile a list of websites and books families may be interested in learning more about Alaska Natives and will post this in the classroom.
Reading Specialist and Lifelong Learner!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
14 total reviews
24 completed classes
Welcome! I am a certified K-8 Educator with a Reading endorsement as well as being trained in the Orton Gillingham approach and in LETRS, the Science of Reading. I have over 18 years of teaching experience, including teaching K/1, Classroom...