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  1. Wild Horses in My Blood by Eva Pendleton Henderson, 2001-07-15

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Students will understand the following: Chief Joseph was well educated and articulate in English. For this lesson, you will need: Access to additional reference materials about Chief Joseph Tell students that you are going to devote a class period to reading the piece of Native American literature included below and analyzing it in a class discussion. Begin by explaining that the piece you will read is from the 19th century but that, unlike so much Native American literature that began orally and later was written down, this piece originated as a written document. Go on to say that the piece was published in a magazine for a white audience in 1879, two years after the writer had surrendered to the U.S. government; that the piece was written by the Nez Perce leader Chief Joseph, whose father had been converted to Christianity by a missionary; and that the son was educated in a mission school. Adventures in American Literature [Austin: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1996].)

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  • 8. The Overland Trail Links--The Old West History-Last Updated 09/23/00
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  • African Cowboys One out of every three Cowboys in the Old West were African,Indian or Mexican
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  • The American West - Frontier History An annotated directory of the best Internet resources on the history of the American West
  • The American West: yet another listing of links to a wide range of topics about the West.
  • Association for Library Service to Children: Links to US History Pre-Colonial to 1865. An excellent site compiled by the Children and Technology Committee of the Lots of other sites for children too.
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  • 9. PBS - THE WEST - Lesson Plans Index
    also Cadillac Desert, Canyonlands America s wild west, The Gold of the Mormon Trail, and us Mexican War. Joan Brodsky Schur teaches social studies and English

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    Dear Educator, The classroom resources gathered here are designed to help you use this Web site, other material on the Internet, and The West videos for a study of the United States' westward expansion in the Nineteenth Century. This multidisciplinary unit of lessons addresses a variety of subject areas, including history, language arts, fine arts, and science. These materials are designed for middle and high school students (grades 6-12), although extension suggestions may help you modify them for younger students. Each lesson plan provides objectives, standards correlations, background information, Web links, procedures, extension suggestions, and assessment recommendations. Each incorporates relevant video segments from The West , though the lessons also function as stand-alone activities. Lessons include:
  • The Transcontinental Railroad
    by Joan Brodsky Schur
    Using maps and other documents, students investigate how and why the railroad was built; they also analyze its impact upon Chinese laborers, Native Americans, settlers, tourists, entrepreneurs, and others.
  • Mark Twain and the American West
    by Joan Brodsky Schur
    Students learn how the author began his literary career by writing about his experiences in the American West.
  • 10. The Wild West: Dead Men's Tales
    inquiry, LIFE SCIENCE human body, teeth, SOCIAL studies Native American culture, us history. on another legendary figure from the wild west, Jesse James

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    THE WILD WEST: Dead Men's Tales
    Troopers who fell at the Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876 left clues to their identity deep in their bones, clues that could not be read until more than 100 years later. Now, thanks to hi-tech detecting, some soldiers can be identified. As you will see on Frontiers, although scientists can solve some of the mysteries by clues left at the battlefield, tracking down identities requires dedicated forensics work from many sources, including a dentist and an anthropologist.
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    CURRICULUM LINKS BIOLOGY DNA, genetics CHEMISTRY nucleic acids GENERAL SCIENCE heredity, scientific inquiry LIFE SCIENCE human body, teeth SOCIAL STUDIES Native American culture, U.S. history ACTIVITY 1: DNA DETECTIVE Analysis of human skeletal remains has become an invaluable research tool to the forensic pathologist. With the development of various DNA isolation and analysis techniques, identification is much more certain, even if not as artistic and hi-tech as a facial reconstruction. While the full procedures of DNA testing and fingerprinting are not possible in most school laboratories, DNA can be isolated from onions, bacteria and yeast in most labs for a low cost. Here is a procedure you can try for yourself to isolate DNA from onion cells. You will prepare a solution, then heat, chill, blend, chill, filter and precipitate the DNA.

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    I shall always remember these three Fridays. My dream of America (this teacher is on a Fulbright Exchange Program) has been broadened and deepened, enriched unexpectedly by my inclusion in this event. The books, lectures, discussions were all pertinent and interesting and stimulated me into further thought and new outlooks on my own situation. Prof. Yanosky knows his stuffis a super communicator and stimulates discussion apparently effortlessly. This skill is impressive, the vision of Teachers as Scholars strikes me as progressive and rewarding. Teachers can only benefit from the Personal Development and the quality of teaching staff enriched for all the students of Boston. Thank you very much for allowing me be part of this. The program was great! The course had the feel of a true graduate level discussion, without the hassle of exams and papers (something we didn’t have time for). Good factual material that can be used in my class...this is what professional development is supposed to be. I’ll be back next year-there were several other courses that looked very good and helpful. I found the class thoroughly enjoyable. The format was engaging and thought provoking. The readings were excellent. It was wonderful to leave my classroom and spend some time as a "scholar" again. I will use the materials and ideas from our class discussions in my unit on the west. Ron was a good teacherboth knowledgeable and an effective captain of our discussions.

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