Other Educational Materials

 

The True Story of Sacajawea, TedEd lesson by Karen Mensing. Includes a YouTube video, questions, discussion materials, and “digging deeper.”

Oregon Public Broadcasting, Photo Gallery, “Unfinished Journey: The Lewis and Clark Expedition” (all seven images are copyrighted; portrait of Clark, portrait of Lewis, 1803 letter from Thomas Jefferson, Clark’s elk skin bound journal, map of rapids on the Columbia River, maps of the Snake and Clark’s River, and Lewis wearing Shoshone clothing)
http://www.opb.org/programs/lewisandclark/photogallery.html

National Park Service, “Pre-Kindergarten through Seventh Grade”
https://home.nps.gov/jeff/learn/historyculture/pre-kindergarten-through-seventh-grade.htm

National Museum of the American Indian, Washington D.C. and New York
Education page

Smithsonian Education
American Indian Heritage Teaching Resources

Library of Congress
Classroom materials

Teachinghistory.org
Resources on Native American History

Teaching Indigenous Languages (with links to additional resources)
Hosted by Northern Arizona University

 

HTL PowerPoint Slide Sets (without the audio)

Presentation by Dr. Stephanie Wood for Turtle Mountain Community College teachers-in-training, 9 November 2017
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Presentation by Dr. Carmelita Lamb for Turtle Mountain Community College teachers-in-training, 9 November 2017
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Webinar, 5 June 2017, Dr. Stephanie Wood, University of Oregon:
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Webinar, 5 June 2017, by Carol Buswell, National Archives
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Presentation for Classroom of Michelle Jacob, University of Oregon
PowerPoint, 15 November 2016, by Stephanie Wood