Represents Native peoples as contemporary peoples, not just located in the past

Represents Native peoples as contemporary peoples, not just located in the past

Students are asked to design a two-page information sheets that curate, condense, and present on a topic related to class. While the specific focus of the information sheet is up to the student, it should quote at least 4 materials posted in the modules and at least 2 sources from outside the class. Students are creating these sheets around a specific topic of their choice and should not attempt to represent every detail presented in class. Successful projects are usually very narrow in focus and build on the students unique interests.

Resents Native peoples as contemporary peoples, not just located in the past

Outline (70 points)

  • Description of theme or topic 
    • How are you narrowing your topic down, such as by location or event? [20]
    • How do you engage core aspects of class? [10]
      • Represents Native peoples as contemporary peoples, not just located in the past
      • Does not perpetuate stereotypes or focus just on deficits
      • Acknowledges some of the challenges created by colonialism 
  • Sources you will utilize 
    • What four sources and their specific quotes will you use from class materials [20]
    • What two source and their specific quotes will you use from outside sources? [10]
    • What four visuals will you include? [10]
      • Are they visually powerful?
      • Do they engage core aspects of class (see above)?