Last updated: January 8, 2018
- Grade Level:
- Upper Elementary: Third Grade through Fifth Grade
- Social Studies
- Lesson Duration:
- 90 Minutes
- State Standards:
- Oklahoma Academic Standards
United States Regional Geography and History Content Standard 1.1A, 1.2D, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4,
The Student will
view a short film and discuss the significance of the Chickasaw Migration Story,
read the provided text,
interact with the reading by answering discussion questions,
complete the activity,
complete the quiz
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Form the Chickasaw Nation - We are pleased to offer this curriculum that explores our deep history, culture and traditions. The curricula are designed to inform and educate individuals about the dynamic history of our Chickasaw leaders, monumental events and culture. Chickasaw historians , researchers, archaeologists and other educators, as well as tribal elders, have worked tirelessly to develop this curriculum to share our story.
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Our historic homeland boundaries consist of present-day Mississippi, Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee. One important aspect of our homelands included the use of natural resources, including the waterways, which we used as a source of food, transportation, a means for trading, protection against raiding tribes and Europeans, and for religious practices.
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