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Whalers/Traders/ etc.. Assignments

Artifact project Rubric

http://standardstoolkit.k12.hi.us/index.html

Topic

European Contact and Colonization
Benchmark SS.7PI.3.1 Explain why foreigners (including explorers, traders, whalers, and missionaries) came to Oceania and examine the resultant political (including colonization), social (including decline of population and demise of culture), and economic (including trade and diminishing resources) impact on the indigenous people
Rubric
Advanced Proficient Partially Proficient Novice
Explains, with clear and precise detail, why foreigners came to Oceania and examines the resultant political, social, and economic impact on the indigenous people, making significant connections, insights, and generalizations  Explains, with detail, why foreigners came to Oceania and examines the resultant political, social and economic impact on the indigenous people, making connections, insights, and generalizations  Explains, with minimal detail, why foreigners came to Oceania and examines the resultant political, social and/or economic impact on the indigenous people  Ineffectively explains why foreigners came to Oceania and examines the resultant political, social and/or economic impact on the indigenous people 

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Artifact Booklet Directions

 

overview

Students will participate in an authentic task: anthropologist/archaeologist by identifying artifacts associated with each group in the foreigner’s matrix. Students will be given an envelope with artifacts in it and each student will need to identify one artifact associated with each foreign group 

For Example: the artifact  "money"

Students will associate this artifact with the traders because traders brought money and one negative impact of that was that money weakened the respect for chiefs because the chiefs got rich and the commoners became angry/envious (pg 37 textbook pacific neighbors)

 

 

 

1. Fold paper in half (hot dog)

2. Make 6 rows

3. Take artifacts out of envelope

4. Draw 6 of the artifacts on front (1 per row)

5. Inside write: name of artifact, which group it belongs to (beachcomber, whaler, trader, missionaries, or blackbirder) , explain how you know it belongs to this group, and explain why this group came to the islands.

 

Inside looks like this

Name of Artifact:

  Group Artifact Belongs to: 
How you know it belongs to this group:  Why did this group come to the islands:
Name of Artifact:   Group Artifact Belongs to: How you know it belongs to this group:  Why did this group come to the islands: 
Name of Artifact:  Group Artifact Belongs to:  How you know it belongs to this group:  Why did this group come to the islands:
Name of Artifact:  Group Artifact Belongs to:  How you know it belongs to this group:  Why did this group come to the islands:
Name of Artifact:  Group Artifact Belongs to: How you know it belongs to this group:  Why did this group come to the islands: 
Name of Artifact:  Group Artifact Belongs to:  How you know it belongs to this group:  Why did this group come to the islands:

 

Back:

Reflection

 

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I gave myself the following grade because:

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Artifact booklet directionsStep 1- on the front: draw one artifact for each group (whalers, blackbirders, beachcombers, explorers, traders and missionaries)Example This artifact would belong to the Missionaries because they created schools in the Pacific IslandsStep 2- label each flap as follows

Name of Artifact:

  Group Artifact Belongs to: 
How you know it belongs to this group:  Why did this group come to the islands:

Step3- answer the questions on the inside in complete sentences

Step 4- make a color key –one color for the questions and one color for the answers

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Five groups who came to the islands Text Dependent Questions

Topic: foreigners who came to the islands

 

1.  List the five groups of foreigners that came to the islands

 

2. List two bad things the beachcombers did:

 

3. List three good things the beachcombers did:

 

4. List three good things the whalers brought:

 

5. List three bad things the whalers did:

 

6. List four good things the traders brought:

 

7. What was the worst thing traders brought?

 

8. How did the blackbirders break up families?

 

9. List four good things that the missionaries brought:

 

10. How did the missionaries change culture in the islands?

 
 

Summary: Explain the effects foreigners had on the islands?

     

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          Foreigners Re. A. D.S.

RE-restate the questionA-answer the questionD-use three details (give three examples)S-summarize 1. How did traders impact the Pacific islands? (give political, social, and economic examples)

 

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  2. How did whalers impact the Pacific islands? (give political, social, and economic examples)

 

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  3. How did  Blackbirders impact the Pacific islands? (give political, social, and economic examples)

 

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Foreigner’s 4 Corner

 

  WHO:
  Use 5 complete sentences and explain “WHO your group is ”     Draw a picture that shows

“who your group is”

              
 
THE BAD: 
 THE GOOD:

Use 5 sentences to explain several good impacts your group had on the islands:

     

Draw a picture of one of the positive impacts your group had on the islands

                 
 
SIGNIFICANCE:

 

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A Foreigner’s Journal

 Choose one: blackbirder, explorer, trader, whaler, or missionaryTitle your Project: A Foreigner’s Journal Journal entry one: Why I came to Oceania:Directions:  Explain why you came to Oceania. (minimum 10 sentences)

 

My Entry:   

  Journal Entry two: Our cultural differences:Directions:    step 1:  complete a Venn chart                     step 2:  Explain the differences between your beliefs and the native beliefs                                 (minimum 10 sentences)

     My Venn Diagram

Foreigners beliefs and customs  (10 facts) Native peoples beliefs and customs (10facts)
      
 My Entry:  

   Journal Entry three: My impact on the islands:Directions: Explain the impact you have had on the Native people and culture. Be sure to give social, political, and economic examples.  (minimum 10 sentences)

 

My impact grid
Social (people/culture) Economic (money/jobs/trade) Political (government/laws)
        
 My entry:    

 

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Foreigner’s Journal Pre-write (Outline/Writing Guide)

I am a:     trader   blackbirder     whaler   missionary (circle one)

 

Entry one:  Explain why you came to the islands:

                                       *Must be 10 sentences minimum!

a. where did you sail from?

b. are you a whaler, trader, blackbirder?

c. what do you do?  (be specific…daily tasks!)

d. Why did you become a whaler, trader or blackbirder?

e. Why have you come to the islands?  Be specific…and list as many reasons as you canf. Which islands are you at? Be specific name of island and which “nesia”? 

   Entry two: Explain the differences between your beliefs and the native beliefs 

                                        *Must be 10 sentences minimum!

a. Describe island customs! (use your cornell notes, book pages 24-27, and Venn)

b. Describe trader/whaler customs!

c. Explain the differences between islanders and whalers/traders (or other group you picked)

d. Explain the similarities between whalers/traders and islanders!

e. Which island customs do you like least?

f. Which island customs do you like most? 

   Entry three: Explain the impact you have had on the Native people and culture. Be sure to give social, political, and economic examples.   

                                        *Must be 10 sentences minimum!

a. What good have you brought to the islands? (be specific economic/political and/or social good and explain which are which)

b. What negative things have you brought to the islands (be specific economic/political and/or social negative impacts and explain which are which)

c. Overall do you feel you are good or bad for the islands? Explain why or why not:  

 

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The foreigner’s diary project addresses these HDOE benchmarks

7PI.3.1

European Contact and Colonization
Explain why foreigners (including explorers, traders, whalers, and missionaries) came to Oceania and examine the resultant political (including colonization), social (including decline of population and demise of culture), and economic (including trade and diminishing resources) impact on the indigenous people
· 7PI.3.2 European Contact and Colonization
Analyze conflicting beliefs, values, and norms of the indigenous populations and the European explorers/settlers and explain the impact of those differences

 

 

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Foreigners Diary project Rubric

http://standardstoolkit.k12.hi.us/index.html

Topic

European Contact and Colonization
Benchmark SS.7PI.3.1 Explain why foreigners (including explorers, traders, whalers, and missionaries) came to Oceania and examine the resultant political (including colonization), social (including decline of population and demise of culture), and economic (including trade and diminishing resources) impact on the indigenous people
Rubric
Advanced Proficient Partially Proficient Novice
Explains, with clear and precise detail, why foreigners came to Oceania and examines the resultant political, social, and economic impact on the indigenous people, making significant connections, insights, and generalizations  Explains, with detail, why foreigners came to Oceania and examines the resultant political, social and economic impact on the indigenous people, making connections, insights, and generalizations  Explains, with minimal detail, why foreigners came to Oceania and examines the resultant political, social and/or economic impact on the indigenous people  Ineffectively explains why foreigners came to Oceania and examines the resultant political, social and/or

 

 

 
   
 
       
       

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Transform the text activity                  topic= Foreigner’s Impact on the Islands

 

          term
Draw a picture that illustrates how the term relates to the foreigner’s impact on the islands: Explain how this term is involved in the impact of the foreigner’s on the islands?
      disease      
        guns       
       religion           

 


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 Test your cultural anthropology skills, identify the artifact and group it belonged to!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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