This is a social studies lesson for fourth and fifth grade students on the Eastern Woodland Native Americans, The Iroquois.

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This is a social studies lesson for fourth and fifth graders on the Iroquois. . Through the lesson, students will understand where the Iroquois Tribe of the Eastern Woodlands lived in relation to modern day New York. Students will also be able to understand the practices, values, traditions, and daily life of the Iroquois tribe. In addition, students will understand the contributions these tribes have made to our nation today. This lesson spans over ten days and offers a variety of projects using a tic-tack-toe chart on three tiered levels where students can choose their favorite activity in each subject area to create a line based on their interests.



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