It is also contributed to United States oil industry by seventeenth percent of produce oil, as said by (Pam Barrett pg. 43) “Oil is by far the largest of Alaska’s industries”, and (R. Warren Anderson ) “Former Secretary of the Interior Gale Norton summed up its success in 2003 that Today the pipeline produces 17 percent of our domestic petroleum. It has pumped nearly 14 billion barrels of oil and $400 billion into our economy”, it gave jobs for several thousand people, Alyeska workers and sub-contractors. The pipeline has help Alaska which is the most heavily tax state to the most tax-free state. Alaska has profit more than half of the income from the pipeline has produces and the other profit goes to the United States.
For transportation, they traveled around in canoes. They were interesting people that we could learn from. Kwakiutl Indians lived in Plank houses. Plank houses are made out of long, flat pieces of Cedar wood connected to a wooden frame. They had a bark roof.
I check for understanding and try to engage my ELL students to actively participate in the lesson. When they are done, I then ask each group to share their fact sheets and for the rest of the class to fill out the Navajo Culture handout on the board from what they learn from their classmates. When each group has presented their fact sheets, I instruct the students to fill out the other part of the Culture handout with their own culture. We then put those answers on the board. I instruct the students to put away their worksheets until tomorrow and project cloze sentences with the new vocabulary.
Medicine Man V. Conclusion The Navajo’s are best known as the Dine, the Native Americans with southwest territory. The Navajos are the second largest tribe in the United States. Their primary mode of survival is pastoralist. With the next few pages you will learn about three of the Navajo ways of life, The beliefs and values, social
| Wattle and daub houses-are native American houses used by southeastern tribes. | Wattle and daub houses are permanent structures that take a lot of effort to build. | Southwest | Apache ComancheHavasupaiHopiJemezKiowaKiowa apacheLipanMaricopaMohave | The four basics for people to find food ;hunting, and fishing, gathering, farming. | Adobe houses-house complexes used by the pueblo Indians of the southwest.Made of clay and straw baked in to hard bricks. | They are good houses in a warm dry climate.
1 The Navajo ANT101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (AVL1207D) Instructor: Amy VanSurksum 03/19/2012 2 Outline I. Kinship a. Marriage b. Age-Sets II. Social Organization III. Beliefs and Values c. Rituals and Religion IV. Conclusion 3 The people, who charm the rural area and live a nonintensive life, are the Navajo.
The Sioux are a Native American tribe and First Nations people. The Sioux or Dakota Indians were a large group of Indians found by the French in 1640, next to the Mississippi River. They occupied large areas coming from the Arkansas River in the south, to the western tributary of Lake Winnipeg. They lived in Great Plains in states such as; North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Montana, Oklahoma, Texas, and Colorado. The Sioux were also one on the tribes found by Lewis and Clark on their journey.
Rituals b. Religion c. Four values of life Key Point 2. Kinship a. Marriage b. Navajo Clan c. Extended family Key Point 3. Social organization Summary/Conclusion References/ Word Cited Pastoralists Navajo’s primary mode of subsistence was farming Kinship The Navajo people have a kinship system that follows the lineage of women.
The Cherokee Indians are the second largest tribe in the United States. With a population of around 200,000 tribal members, they practice many beliefs and rituals. Rituals are a set of actions, preformed mainly for their symbolic value. Most of these rituals and beliefs started many of years a go and have been passed along to present day. They start from the day a Cherokee is born to the day they pass away.
They lived in homes called hogans, which were made of wooden poles, tree bark, and mud. Most were built in the 1960s, 1970s, or 1980s, although older built homes do exist. A systematic government was needed in 1920s during the discovery of oil. In 1923, the Navajo established a tribal government, providing it to deal with American oil companies that want to rent Navajo land for exploration. Today, the Navajo accepts changes from the past and used it to have a promising future.