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Concept Guide for Chapters 2-3Study Guides Chapter 2: pp. 10-12Study Guides Chapter 3: pp. 16-17Study Guides Chapter 3: pp. 18-19Concepts to Study for Chapter 2-3 Native American AssessmentBe able to:• Trace the migration routes of American Indians into North America.
• Summarize key features of four environments.
• Identify ways in which the Inuits adapted to their Arctic environment.
• Examine historical events recorded in Sioux pictographs that show how geography affected the lives of the Sioux.• Identify, compare, and contrast seven American Indian cultural regions.
• Analyze artifacts to identify which ones American Indians may have used as they adapted to each region.
• Identify aspects of the ways of life of four young American Indians from different cultural regions.• Identify, compare, and contrast seven American Indian cultural regions.
• Analyze a picture and complete the following;
- Northwest Coast
- California-Intermountain Region
- Southwest Region
- Plateau Region
- Great Plains Region
- Easern Woodlands Region
- Southwest Region
Chapter 2 Vocabulary: origin story, migrate, environment, adapt, kiva, migration, natural resource, adaptation, pictographChapter 3 Vocabulary: culture, nomadic, cultural region, artifact, mesa, gorge, governmentChapter 2: Quizlet
- Identify a region based on the image provided.
- Describe the climate and geography of the region.
- Tell about the food the Native American tribe would eat living in the region.
- Tell about the clothing the Native American tribe would wear living in the region.
- Tell about the shelter the Native American tribe would use living in the region.
- Tell about the artifacts and/or tools used by the Native Americans living in the region.
Chapter 3: Quizlet