U.S. and Indian Relations

U.S. and Indian Relations

Author: Cassie Swisher

Students will demonstrate their understanding of the conflicts between the U.S. and Native American groups by creating a detailed diagram of a specific conflict using ThingLink with 90% mastery graded by a teacher created rubric. 

Students will be assigned a conflict between the U.S. and Native American groups and then asked to research the event and teach their classmates about it by creating a detailed diagram on ThingLink and then sharing it with the class.

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Watch this video as an introduction to the conflicts between Native Americans and the U.S. Government

We will go over the PowerPoint as a class, but you have it for reference if you need it later

Rubric for ThingLink Diagram

This is the rubric I will use to grade your project. Use it as a guide to help you make it. Remember the criteria are listed in the PowerPoint.

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Student example

This is a student example that you can reference for ideas