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Native Report: Resources for Teachers

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Teachers looking to incorporate contemporary Native American culture into their curriculum may be interested in this collection of lesson plans from Native Report, a Duluth-Superior PBS production that celebrates Native American culture and converses with Native American leaders. As of this writing, Native Report's teaching resources contain more than thirty lesson plans, with six new lessons added for 2018. Most lesson topics focus on various forms of creative arts, such as beadwork with Marcie McIntier (and other artists), cellphone photography with Vern Northrup, narrative writing with Michael Meuers, and rap with Chase Manhattan. Nearly all of these lesson plans are designed to be used in conjunction with provided short video segments. Target age groups for these lesson plans generally range from grades 4-8, though it should be noted that some lesson plans do not specify a grade level.
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Date of Scout Publication 2018-08-24
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2018/0824

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