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Native Americans of North Carolina Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion Teacher
Introduction Storytelling is a vital part of Native American culture. In this quest, you will research a Native American tribe of North Carolina and become familiar with terminology associated with your tribe. You will use these words to create your own Native American style story.
Task Search the following links to Native Americans of North Carolina web sites to find words conveying the spirit of Native American storytelling. Create an ABC organizer with these words and then write a Native American story using as many of the words as possible. As a group, you will present your story to the class.
Process This quest is designed to be completed over a weeks period. You will have time each day to complete your task. Read all directions before you click. Activity 1: In assigned groups of four, choose to research one of the following tribes: Cherokee, Lumbee, or Catawba. Activity 2: Click on the icon for your tribe. Read and learn. Cherokee Lumbee Catawba Activity 3: Click once on the icon. Print the ABC chart. Go back to the sites above to choose words that specifically relate to your tribe to place in the ABC chart. Activity 4: Click on this link to observe a Native American storyteller. Pay close attention to gestures and voice changes. Print the rubric at this link as your guide. The rubric will tell you the number of words and the length of the story. Now, go to your seats and create your own Native American story using words from the ABC chart.
Evaluation Click here for the rubrics for the ABC chart, written story, and presentation.
Conclusion At the end of this quest, your group will orally present your story to the class.
Teachers Page NCSCOS Objectives Social Studies 1.1 Identify, locate, and describe ways of living in North Carolina, past and present. Language Arts 1.01 Use word identification strategies appropriately and automatically when encountering unknown words (graphophonic, syntactic, semantic). 1.04 Increase reading and writing vocabulary through: wide reading, word study, knowledge of homophones, synonyms, antonyms, homonyms, knowledge of multiple meanings of words, writing process elements, writing as a tool for learning, seminars, book clubs, discussions, examining the authors craft. 2.03 Read a variety of texts, including: fiction, nonfiction, poetry, drama. 4.02 Use oral and written language to: present information and ideas in a clear, concise manner, discuss, interview, solve problems, make decisions. 4.03 Make oral and written presentations using visual aids with an awareness of purpose and audience. 4.10 Use technology as a tool to gather, organize, and present information. 5.09 Create readable documents through legible handwriting and/or word processing. Dramatic Arts 1.02 Create and enact short stories, poetry or personal experiences about North Carolina.
Project Rubric Technology Excellent/ 5 points Maneuvered Webquest easily Good/4 points Maneuvered Webquest with little assistance Satisfactory/3 points Maneuvered Webquest with guided assistance ABC Chart Excellent/5 20-26 words Good/4 15-19 words Satisfactory/3 10-14 words Re-do/0 0-9 words Written Story Excellent/5 Proper use of spelling and grammar, story contains detail with clear beginning, middle, and end using a minimum of 18-26 words from ABC Chart Good/4 Few spelling and grammar errors, story contains detail with clear beginning, middle, and end using a minimum of 12-17 words from ABC Chart Satisfactory/3 Few spelling and grammar errors, story contains beginning, middle, and end with little detail, using a minimum of 6-11 words from ABC Chart Re-do/0 Many spelling and grammar errors, little detail, unclear beginning, middle, and end, using 0-5 words from ABC Chart Storytelling Excellent/5 Appropriate use of gestures and voice changes, voice level, makes eye contact, and speaks clearly Good/4 Some use of gestures and voice changes, appropriate voice level, some eye contact, and speaks clearly Satisfactory/3 Little use of gestures and voice changes, low voice level, some eye contact, and speaks clearly Unsatisfactory/1 Little effort shown in all areas Project Grade Excellent 17-20 Good 14-16 Satisfactory 10-13 Unsatisfactory 0-9 Total Points __________
Cherokee Cherokee Museum Legend of the Rose Cherokee Legends Cherokee Language
Lumbee Lumbee Language Lumbee Canoe Lumbee Cabin Lumbee History Lumbee Photos
Catawba Catawba History Catawba Crafts Catawba Culture