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The Legend of Minnesota

Page history last edited by Twyla Race 12 years, 9 months ago

 

This wiki is authored by Twyla Race.

 

 

                                                  

 

     Author Kathy-jo Wargin

     Illustrtated by David Geister 

     Publisher- Sleeping Bear Press, July 2006

     ISBN 1-58536-262-X

     40 pages

     Age Range 8-10

 

          In The Legend of Minnesota we learn how the enduring friendship between an Ojibwe girl and a Dakotah boy brings healing to a tribe, and how the beautiful land of Minnesota got its name.  Minnesota as it is called today, is known as Mahnusatia to the Ojibwe, meaning all land west of Lake Superior.

 

 

Resources

 The Legend of Minnesota_Resources

 

Essential Question 

The Legend of Minnesota_Essential Question

 

Lesson Plan Information 

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The Legend of Minnesota_Top Ten 

The Legend of Minnesota_Primary Sources

The Legend of Minnesota_Cooperative Learning 

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The Legend of Minnesota_Learn More About

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Vocabulary Materials 

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Relevant Sites 

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NCSS Ten Themes

NCSS Ten Themes 

 

Social Studies Standards 

Social Studies Standards

 

 

 

 

 

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