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Wampanoag Daily Life in the 1600’s

November 2, 2016 No Comments

wamp-pin-2016 The Wampanoag people lived, hunted, and farmed the area we call Plymouth long before the Pilgrims arrived. I wanted to provide my students with background about this tribe that went deeper than the stereotypical “they helped the Pilgrims survive”.

By combining the amazing artwork of Sarah at Educlips Designs I was able to create 4 powerful teaching tools about the Wampanoag.

wamp-ppt-2 First is a colorful, detailed PowerPoint show complete with sound clips and animation. It makes a great teaching tool to support your lessons about the Wampanoag people. wamp-ppt-1

Next, I wanted my students to respond and apply their new learning. The Student Notebook provides interactive pages. student-notebook-2 Responses include writing short answer essays, cut and glue graphics, label a diagram, and compare and contrast male versus female responsibilities.

The third resource is a printable student informational book that matches the Powerpoint presentation. wampanoag-student-book-cover This book is black and white for easy economical printing. Your students can highlight, make notes, or color this booklet as part of a close reading lesson.

Finally, there are 8 colorful posters of key vocabulary terms. They are great to display and support writing.

Wamp MISHOON poster

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Are you ready to go deeper in understanding the Wampanoag?

 

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Alison Monk

When I started teaching, I quickly realized that student teaching didn't prepare me for the real challenges of being alone in a classroom full of young children. The learning curve was steep and time was limited. That is why I created the Literacy Garden. My hope is this will be a place for inspiration, mentoring, and connecting.

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Welcome! My name is Alison. My passion is to support educators like you with effective teaching tips and engaging resources. You don't have to do this alone! I'm here to be the support you've been looking for. Let's do this together!

About the Literacy Garden

When I started teaching, I quickly realized that student teaching didn't prepare me for the real challenges of being alone in a classroom full of young children. The learning curve was steep and time was limited. That is why I created the Literacy Garden. My hope is this will be a place for inspiration, mentoring, and connecting.

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