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A complete Unit for the novel Soft Rain. This is a great lesson for studying The Trail of Tears and Cherokee Indians.The unit includes: - Introductory lesson-Vocabulary graphic organizer and foldable.-Questions for chapters, aligned with CCS-Culminating activity- Project list for students to choose and present to class.-Webquest linksEssential Standards for SS Study of NCCCS   for Literature 4.1, 4.3, 4.2, 4.6, 4.7, 4.9CCS Informational Text 4.3, 4.6

Soft Rain Novel Literature Unit

A complete Unit for the novel Soft Rain. This is a great lesson for studying The Trail of Tears and Cherokee Indians.The unit includes: - Introductory lesson-Vocabulary graphic organizer and foldable.-Questions for chapters, aligned with CCS-Culminating activity- Project list for students to choose and present to class.-Webquest linksEssential Standards for SS Study of NCCCS for Literature 4.1, 4.3, 4.2, 4.6, 4.7, 4.9CCS Informational Text 4.3, 4.6

Colonial America Graphic Organizers » Book Units Teacher

Colonial America Graphic Organizers

#Scholastic Check out MORE of our #AmericanIndian #NativeAmerican #Home #Activities on our blog: http://akindersgartenvintagehomeschool.blogspot.com/2014/11/american-indian-unit-part-2-american.html

#Scholastic Check out MORE of our #AmericanIndian #NativeAmerican #Home #Activities on our blog: http://akindersgartenvintagehomeschool.blogspot.com/2014/11/american-indian-unit-part-2-american.html

In this video segment adapted from American Experience: "We Shall Remain," reenactments help tell the story of how the Cherokee people were forced from their lands in the southeast. The U.S. government initially promised the Cherokee and other Native American tribes that if they could assimilate into European Americans lifestyles, they would be considered equals. But a new movement in the late 1820s, supported by President Andrew Jackson, promoted removal of Native Americans from the…

In this video segment adapted from American Experience: "We Shall Remain," reenactments help tell the story of how the Cherokee people were forced from their lands in the southeast. The U.S. government initially promised the Cherokee and other Native American tribes that if they could assimilate into European Americans lifestyles, they would be considered equals. But a new movement in the late 1820s, supported by President Andrew Jackson, promoted removal of Native Americans from the…

I read my eyes out and can’t read half enough…the more one reads the more one sees we have to read. - John Adams

I read my eyes out and can’t read half enough…the more one reads the more one sees we have to read. - John Adams

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