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1.  Photograph by John Goodwin. Resources Students Video. " A five-part series examines Hollywood movie stereotypes and their effects on the Indians' self-image. Each segment is about 28 minutes. Order from Native American Public Telecommunications, PO Box 83111, Lincoln, NE 68501. Teachers Doxtator, Deborah. Fluffs and Feathers: An Exhibition of the Symbols of Indianness. A Resource Guide. Brantford, ON: Woodland Cultural Center, 1988. S. society). Film, books, ads, and toys are examined. This profusely illustrated book includes a good bibliography.

List the characteristics on the board. ) 3. Students discuss two readings about sovereignty in Indian country. S. map. 4. Students discuss whether the sovereignty of Indian Nations is the same or different from other nations in the world. 5. Discuss whether a nation or a government can be partly sovereign. Can a nation be sovereign in some respects but not in others? Enrichment/Extensions Art. Students make a collage of pictures that represent characteristics of sovereign nations. Political Science.

3 Terminology: S-word Grade Level 68 Materials Student Reading: "You Can Change That Name" Time One class period Objectives · Students learn that the "s-word" or "squaw," an Algonquian word, has evolved into a derogatory term for Native women that offends them. · Students learn that across the nation some tribes and Native people have changed or are trying to eliminate the names of geographic features named "squaw," because the word offends Native women. break Page 5 Activities After reading "You Can Change That Name," students comb the map of their state to see if there is a geographic feature or city using the word "squaw" or any other derogatory term.

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