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The Nez Perce: From Peace Ribbon to Fugitive

Module 6: The Promises and Responsibilities of Citizenship - America, Westward

Grades
  • 6,7
Subjects
  • United States History: 1877 to the Present
  • Virginia and United States History
Standards
  • Standard 2: Historical Comprehension
Teacher
  • Hammer, Stephanie
Division
  • Greene County Schools

Documents

COMPLETE KIT - The Nez Perce: From Peace Ribbon to Fugitive Kit
Lesson 1 - Background Information Worksheet
Lesson 1 - Documents PowerPoint PowerPoint
Lesson 1 - Exit Slip Student Activity
Lesson 1 - Guiding Power Point PowerPoint
Lesson 1 - Nez Perce Essay Historical Essay
Lesson 1 - Nez Perce Web Worksheet
Lesson 1 - Nez Perce Web Answer Key Answer Key
Lesson 1 - Peaceful Co-Existence Essay Historical Essay
Lesson 1 - Primary Source -Clark Journal Entry-1 Document
Lesson 2 - Background Information Teacher Guide
Lesson 2 - Documents PowerPoint PowerPoint
Lesson 2 - Examining IMPACT Inquiry Chart Graphic Organizer
Lesson 2 - Examining IMPACT Inquiry Chart Answer Key Answer Key
Lesson 2 - Fort Nez Perce Painting Document
Lesson 2 - Guiding Power Point PowerPoint
Lesson 2 - IMPACT 2-Column Chart Answer Key Answer Key
Lesson 2 - Onslaught PowerPoint PowerPoint
Lesson 2 - Plan - From Peace Ribbon to Fugitive Lesson Plan
Lesson 2 - Treaty Violations Letter Document
Lesson 2 - Walla Walla Council Painting Document
Lesson 3 - Background Information Teacher Guide
Lesson 3 - Causes and Effects Chart Worksheet
Lesson 3 - Causes and Effects Chart Answer Key Answer Key
Lesson 3 - Chief Joseph Document
Lesson 3 - Documents PowerPoint PowerPoint
Lesson 3 - General Howard Telegrams Document
Lesson 3 - Lesson 3 Guiding Power Point PowerPoint
Lesson 3 - Nez Perce Map Document
Lesson 3 - Nez Perce War of 1877 Map Document
Lesson 3 - Nez Perce War of 1877 Pyramid Worksheet
Lesson 3 - Plan -The Nez Perce- Fugitives Lesson Plan
Lesson 3 - Surrender Speech Document
The Nez Perce -From Peace Ribbon to Fugitive Classroom Practice Teacher Guide
The Nez Perce -From Peace Ribbon to Fugitive Research Scholarship Historical Essay