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Unit 1A - Native American Literature

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Heather Distelzweig Mohler

on 3 September 2014

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Transcript of Unit 1A - Native American Literature

Native American Literature is about...
Last Unit
World Literature
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1B - Puritanism
Unit Schedule
9/4 - Earth on Turtle's Back
9/8 - Grizzlies
9/10 - Navajo origin
9/12 - Iroquois Constitution
9/15 - Review
9/16 - 1A Test
Authors
the continent's original inhabitants and how they express their culture in stories.
Forms of Writing
Origin Myths
Archetypes
Onondoga
Navajo
Modoc
Iroquois
Reading Skills
Symbols
Archetypes
Cultural details
Audience
Author's purpose
Philosophical assumption
Purpose for reading
Breaking down sentences
Monitoring comprehension
Forms of Writing
Origin Myths
Political Documents
Unit 1A - Native American Literature
Essential Questions
Essential Question 1
How does literature shape or reflect society?
Essential Question 2
What is the relationship between place and literature?
Essential Question 3
What makes American literature American?
Essential Questions
Native Americans
Puritans
American Revolution
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