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Native Studies - Since Time Immemorial to Present (12-16)
In this class, starting with North America thousands of years ago, we will move through different eras of Native American history (United States based) to the present time.
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Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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“Since time immemorial” means something has existed for hundreds or thousands of years. In our cultures, we say we have been here in the Americas “since time immemorial.” In this class, starting with North America thousands of years ago, we will move through different eras of Native American history (United States based) to the present time. We will end the course with a fun class on Native pop culture! This class is a great follow-up to Who Are Native Americans. It is not required to take...
I am a Lipan Apache woman who is passionate about teaching children and adults who we are as Native people. I have almost a decade of experience teaching about Native peoples, writing curriculum, consulting with curriculum companies, etc.
1 hour 5 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
All content will be kept age appropriate. However, some of it may be difficult for sensitive learners. If you have any concerns, please contact me so we can talk about them. This class will discuss things like genocide, land theft, war and violence, disease, child removal and abuses at Indian Boarding Schools, racism and discrimination, harmful stereotypes, and Native political movements in the 20th and 21st centuries. There will not be significant details about some of these things, but they will be discussed in their historic or contemporary contexts. All pop culture will be age appropriate.
Nothing is required for use in class. These are the main sources I have used to build these lessons. An Indigenous Peoples History of the United States Atlas of Indian Nations A Kid's Guide to Native American History Rethinking Columbus Native Knowledge 360 IllumiNative American Indian Contributions to the World
I am a Lipan Apache woman who loves teaching about who we are as Native people
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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355 completed classes
I am a citizen of the Lipan Apache nation (Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas). I am culturally intact, speak my language, and am active in my local Native community. I am raising my two children traditionally Apache. I have noticed my whole life...