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Teaching From Objects and Stories: Eskimo People

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Teaching From Objects and Stories: Eskimo People


The object of these three lesson plans is for the students to use objects and stories to learn about the Eskimo people of the Bering Strait. All worksheets and materials are included. Students will solve historical problems, using historical artifacts and text.

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• Middle School Elementary School

Susan Allen

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