February 24 to 28, 2014
Objective: to understand North American Resources and how they were used in the life of the Native Americans.
Use computers to review geographic knowledge.
Monday – Foraging, fishing, hunting and agriculture. Complete worksheet 107 on agricultural products.
Tuesday – Computer Lab
Native Americans: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFW2m2-m_Zg
History of Native Americans 1/4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YR2FgxalCU
On the computer review these:
On the computer practice this:
Wednesday – PM schedule
Thursday – Pacific Coast Indians
Totem Poles: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Lht4XGkk0k
Friday – Assessment
February 28, 2014
- What is the highest mountain in North America?
- What is the longest river in North America?
- What part of the US gets more rain?
- How did the native people along the Pacific coast use their environment?
- How did the Plains Indians use the resources in their environment for food and shelter?
- What are 3 major mineral resources in North America?
- What are 3 major agricultural products in the USA?
- What states have desert regions?
- After Alaska, what region of the US has the coldest climate?
- Name 3 islands in North America.
- How does North America compare to the other continents in the amount of natural resources?
- What is the largest lake in North America?
- What city is colder in the winter, San Francisco, California or Minot, North Dakota? Why? Which is hotter in the summer?
- What state is Mount Rushmore in?
- Name two animals used on totem poles, what special meaning do they have?