Folklife Resources for Educators
Materials Related to Tsimshian Indians
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Alaska Native Dance
by Echo: Education through Cultural and Historical Organizations
Curriculum resources for exploring similarities in the midst of diversity by introducing students to native dances performed by Alaskan cultural groups. Accompanying videos document a variety of dance forms performed by five native groups, with background about the characteristics of the dances and the cultural contexts and restrictions governing their performance. Curriculum ideas can be used in the classroom for teaching social studies, music, fine arts, geography, and physical education.
|Grade Level: 3-5; 6-8; 9-12
||Curriculum: Art and Culture; Geography; History and Social Studies; Music; Performing Arts; Sports and Recreation
|Resource Type: Lesson plans; Video recordings
|Subjects: Music; Intercultural communication; Storytelling; Aleuts; Indians of North America; Tlingit Indians; Inupiat; Alaska--Social life and customs; Dance; Yupik Eskimos; Tsimshian Indians; Haida Indians
Geographic locations: Alaska
Echo: Education through Cultural and Historical Organizations