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Declarations of Independence: Exploring American Indian Rights to Self-Governance

http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/20021125monday.html

Description: Examine what your class knows about American Indians past and present, then research key issues facing American Indian tribes today. To synthesize your learning, write letters taking the perspective of an American Indian examining questions of tribal recognition. Standards 11.10.7 and 12.7.1

Author: Michelle Sale, New York Times Learning Network, Tanya Yasmin Chin, Bank Street College of Education

Lesson ID: 301

Reservation Controversies: Then and Now - Indian Reservation Gaming Issue

http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/ndlpedu/lessons/97/reservation/teacher.html

Description: Take the role of a new staff intern to a freshman congresswoman from California, Molly Barger. Your first assignment is to research background on the issue of gaming (casinos) on American Indian reservations. Letters on both sides of the issue have been arriving in the mail, and Barger needs to know how to provide an informed and knowledgeable response to the controversy. Standards 11.10.5 and 12.7.7

Author: Peter Milbury and Brett Silva, Chico H.S. and Pleasant Valley H.S.

Lesson ID: 897

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