The Six Nations Iroquois Program Teachers Resource Guide
contains all of the following
in addtion to stories, lesson plans, word wall/glossary
More than 24 assorted images
20 min. DVD
In anÂ early village setting, inside a Haudenosaunee/Iroquois longhouse
an Â elder, grandfather, sits near a campfire relating traditional history to his two grandchildren.
Three story tellers come to the campfire to speak to the children.
(Social Studies, Geography, Spirituality, Governance, Family)
War of 1812 books Highlighting Native Nations
Details can be seen on www.warof1812rph.com
20 minute CD
Student Booklet Template
The three stories in the program are read in their entirety by Six Nations individuals.
The student booklet is an exact copy of all three stories contained in the binder.
(Read- aloud, Guided reading, Independent reading)
2 traditional music CDâ€™s
CDâ€™s, rattle, wampum are used in the Six Nations Iroquois Program Teachers Resource Guide.
Interactive wampumÂ beltÂ page. The songs are authentic, the background instruments played are traditional water drum and rattle.
The original water drum on the right is only an example not included in the program kit.
The drum on the left is also not included but is an example of one that can be made for in class use.
Its core is a coffee container wrapped with leather. A pencil can be used as the drum stick.