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Island of the Blue Dolphins

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Description: While you are reading Island of the Blue Dolphins, explore life in a Chumash village, the geography of San Nicolas Island, and the ocean near the coast of the Ventura area using the resources at this web museum designed for English Learners. You are looking for Karana, an Indian girl left on San Nicolas Island, in the Blue Dolphins story. Standard 3.2.0, 3.2.1, 3.2.2, 3.2.3, and 4.2.1

Author: Jan Gliozzo, Matt Graham, Carolyn Alley, and Yolanda Kobayashi

Lesson ID: 591

The Serrano: People of the Pines

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Description: In People of the Pines explore the culture, environment and history of the Serrano people of inland Southern California in this virtual museum by the San Manuel Indians. Included are stories, pictures and film clips with background on the tools, medicine, customs and much more. Standards 3.2.1, 3.2.2, 3.2.3, 3.2.4 and 4.2.1

Author: Pat Amicone, San Bernardino City USD

Lesson ID: 1079

Wappo Indians of Napa County

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Description: Experience the Wappo Indian culture of Napa by seeing example of baskets, homes, jewelry and tools at this great virtual museum. Explore examples of plants and animals that were once an important part of Native American culture but now many of which are endangered. Have fun learning a legend and even how to speak a few Wappo words. Standards 3.2.1, 3.3.2, and 4.2.1

Author: Andy Dooley Miller, Donaldson Way School

Lesson ID: 1194

Bay Miwok of Contra Costa County

Description: The key to Contra Costa County's past begins with the Bay Miwok Tribe. Their culture and way of life is very different than that of today. You will discover how important the land and its natural resources were for their survival. The lessons in this unit will guide you step-by- step to understand the way of life and contributions of the Bay Miwok Tribe of Contra Costa County. Standards 3.2.1, 3.2.2, 3.2.3, 3.2.4, and 4.2.1

Author: Maria Forester, Mt. Diable USD

Lesson ID: 124

California Indian Acorn Culture

Description: In this new National Archives - Pacific Region lesson, students study local environments where Indian people lived and make acorn mush, a typical Indian food across much of California. They reflect on the relationship of environment to the economy and culture of California Native peoples. Standards 3.2.2 and 4.2.1

Author: National Archives - Pacific Region

Lesson ID: 1338

California Indians: A Webquest of Discovery and Inquiry

Description: Welcome to the California Indian Alliance Ceremony. You are invited to be representatives of your tribe at a spectacular Indian ceremony. Being part of this alliance is very important for the survival of your tribe. You must think of ways to best represent your tribe in order to gain a membership in this great alliance. Discuss how the natural resources, and geographical features helped to strengthen your tribe. Online resources are provided for the Yurok, Chumash, Maidu, Miwok, Yokut, and Mojave peoples. Standard 4.2.1

Author: Terri Lieberman, Visalia Unified School District

Lesson ID: 1564

California's First Peoples

Description: Beginning on page 7 of this pdf document is a chapter on California Indians from the publication Go California! A major Indian group from each cultural area of California is featured and students create a map showing the different types of housing employed by each group. Standard 4.2.1

Author: Splash Publications

Lesson ID: 1312

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