1. Give students a copy of Handout 1. Have them follow
instructions to carefully read each word or phrase and
circle as many words they think represent the U.S. government
and Indian Relationship in history.
their first sheet from the start of the learning cycle
and have them compare the two sheets.
a separate sheet of paper, they will comment on how or
why their answers may have changed by performing the following
- They will pick 5 items they circled the first time
but did not circle the second time and explain why.
- They will pick 5 items they circled both times
and explain why.
- They will pick 5+ items they circled the second
time only and explain why.
- They will pick 5 items they never circled either
time and explain why.
will conclude with a final reflection addressing how they
define the Native American experience in history.
students share on their experience in learning about Native
American history. Address how different their answers were
in their handouts and why that may have been so. Pose the
question: Was any of this information new to them?
Ponder: Are there other instances of forced migrations
or movements taking place today? Where?