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ED 345 Calvin College Lesson Planning Form

Teacher:
Ms. Gilliland
Native Americans day 2

Date: 10/20/15

Subject/ Topic/ Theme: Michigan

I. Objectives
What is the main focus of this lesson?
To show students how we can see evidence of Native Americans in Grand Rapids
How does this lesson tie in to a unit plan? (If applicable.)
Learning how Native Americans before us affected us today
What are your objectives for this lesson? (As many as needed.) Indicate connections to
applicable national or state standards. If an objective applies to only certain students write the
name(s) of the student(s) to whom it applies.
Describe how the presence of Native Americans is shown around places in Michigan
Understand how Native Americans lived here before us and how it is important to learn about them
3 - H3.0.4 Draw upon traditional stories of American Indians (e.g., anishinaabeg, Ojibway (Chippewa),
Odawa (Ottawa), Potawatomi; Menominee; Huron Indians) who lived in Michigan in order to make
generalizations about their beliefs
II. Before you start
Prerequisite knowledge
and skills.

Native Americans lived in Michigan before us


The Three Fires (Chippewa, Ottawa, Potawatomi)

Assessment
(formative and
summative)

KWL chart
Class discussion
A Lasting Effect packet page
Universal Design for Learning Networks/Domains (see UDL Guidelines)
STRATEGIC
Multiple Means of Expression
(Action)
Options for action/interaction

AFFECTIVE
Multiple Means of
Engagement
Options for recruiting interest
PowerPoint
Powwow videos

Options for Language/Symbols


Lasting Effect page

Options for Expression


What did you learn from the video
question

Options for Sustaining Effort &


Persistence

Options for Comprehension


PowerPoint explanations and pictures
Powwow videos

Options for Executive Function


KWL chart

Options for Self Regulation


KWL chart

RECOGNITION
Multiple Means of Representation
Options for Perception
PowerPoint
Video

Materials-what materials
(books, handouts, etc) do
you need for this lesson
and do you have them?
Do you need to set up
your classroom in any
special way for this
lesson? If so, describe it.

Native American packet A Lasting Effect page


ELMO
Projector
PowerPoint (computer) with powwow videos
Brother Eagle, Sister Sky
Students will be at their desks for this lesson

III. The Plan


Tim
Parts
e
10
Motivatio
n
5
(Opening/
Introducti
on/
Engageme
nt)
5

10 15

Developm
ent

The description of (script for) the lesson, wherein you describe teacher
activities and student activities
Read Brother Eagle, Sister Sky
Start by reviewing what we talked about yesterday. Ask the students what they can
tell you about the Three Fires.

Ask students if they have ever been to a museum that had an exhibit on Native
Americans, or if they have ever been somewhere where they saw Native American
things?
Tell students that there are a few places all over Grand Rapids that show us the
evidence the Native Americans have lived here before!
Tell students to flip to the A Lasting Effect page in their packet.
Show a PowerPoint to the students as they follow along by taking notes. For each
one, talk to students about the place and tell them an interesting fact to write down.
1. Ah-Nab-Awen Park ask if any students have been here before. See if they
recognize the pictures. Read the section on it and explain that this is a really
poplar place to go. Interesting fact: means resting place and has 3 hills that
signify the Three Fires
2. Chief Noonday Statue He was a Potawatomi chief part of the Three Fires,
ask students if they have seen this statue before. Interesting fact: helped
guide Ottawa tribes to safety, statue is made of bronze
3. Anishinabek: The Orignial People Read the section and tell students that the
exhibit tells stories from members of the Three Fires. The information is true
and actually happened. You can learn what it was like to be a Michigan Native
American. Interesting fact: the Native American mannequins are dressed in
traditional clothing and have things like clay pots and other art.
4. The Three Fires Traditional Powwow in June tell students that we are going
to watch a video of a powwow that the Native people from the tribes of the
Three Fires get together and have every summer. A powwow is like a big
celebration or party with lots of food, dancing and games. Tell students that
the video they see will be different from anything they have seen before. We
need to be respectful and understand that this is an important part of their
culture. Show students the two videos. Ask them to write down something
interesting they saw.

Closure

As a class, fill in the L part of the class KWL chart with what they learned today.

Your reflection on the lesson including ideas for improvement for next time: