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Native Americans

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Katja Fritsch

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Transcript of Native Americans

Native Americans -
Who they were and
who they are

a project by
Nadine Udtke, Anna Wiesner and Katja Fritsch

Lesson content
Presentation Plan
1 Lesson content
2 Curriculum
3 Objectives
general
specific
4 Didactic steps
5 Bibliography

Curriculum
Lesson Content
Objectives
Didactic steps
Preparation
Pre-Stage
In-Stage
Post-Stage
Plan B (running out of time)
Lead-In
introduction of the new topic "Native Americans"
reflecting on stereotypes about Native Americans
creating a
mind map
throughout the lesson
solving a
learning app
and a
crossword
working with a
video clip
about the tradition and history of Native Americans
working with a
video clip
about the lives of Native Americans today
writing an e-mail to a Native American tribe
General objectives:


st
udents learn important facts about the
life
, the culture and the traditions of N
ative A
mericans in ancient times, the effects of the white settlements on their lives and their way
o
f life today
students practice the
ir
social skills in group and pair work
students improve th
ei
r receptive and productive skills
Specific objectives
The
student
s...
practice their listening, reading, speaking and writing skills
learn to work independently with program "FreeMind"
parctice listening/watching skills with the help of videos
achieve vocabulary knowledge in the field of "Native Americans"
learn to reflect on stereotypes
practice their writing skills by writing an e-mail
Preparation

Pre-Stage

In-Stage

Post-Stage
Technical equipment

internet access
video projector
student tablets
headphones
videos
FreeMind program installed
learning app
Stud
ent
s watch an introductory video about Native American stereotypes
Re
acti
vation of previous knowledge by creating a mind map with "FreeMind" program on students' tablets
S
tudents' tablet screen shot
Pre-teaching of new vocabulary with the help of a learning app = preparation for following video
http://LearningApps.org/display?v=pnk8q8u9501
Listening/
watch
ing
st
udents f
ind worksheets in class dropbox
stu
de
nts work in pairs:
one tablet shows the worksheet with the questions
other tablet shows the video about the history and the ancient
life
of the Native Americans
students fill in the answers and can go back in the video
if

they
want to repeat a scene
Differentiation
students who finish early can work on a crossword repeating the new vocabulary
Consolidation
students can compare their answers with solutions provided by the teacher
students complete their mind maps with new information and vocabulary + comparison in class
In-Stage
part II
part I
Tran
siti
on/Reactivation
students talk in plenum about their expectations how Native Americans live today
Listening/watching/reading
students work in groups of four
work on task given at the worksheet
each group focuses on one person and takes notes
students watch the video on their tablets
differentiation: can watch it twice if necessary
Comparison
groups present their findings on each person in plenum
Reflection
students fulfill their FreeMind maps with new information
Production
students write an e-mail to one of the young Native Americans telling them...
what they have learned about the Native Americans
what they find interesting
in how far they changed their opinion about Native Americans
remaining questions can be included
Homework
if necessary: students finish their
e-
mails and send it to a classmate
Next Lesson
students work on different Native American tribes with the help of different websites
http://www.llojibwe.org/
http://redlakenationfoods.com/index.cfm/about-us
students finish writing their e-mails at home and send it to their classmates
correcting mistakes can take place in the next lesson
Plan C (extra time)
after correcting mistakes some e-mails are read out loud
questions the students would like to ask the Native Americans are gathered
whole class writes an e-mail with the most interesting questions to Native Americans by using an etherpad
Bibliography
8th grade, Gymnasium, Saxony
Solutions
We
are still here - Getting to know young Native Americans
Worksheet
Thank you for your attention!
Questions?
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