Lead a brief class discussion about the purpose of wampum in the Haudenosaunee culture as well as what the purpose is of the images on the belts. Remind students of the wampum belt they created in the previous lesson. They should have created a belt that connects to an idea in Thanksgiving Address and “Birth of the Haudenosaunee”.
Explain that they will be writing a paragraph about their wampum belt for the end of the unit assessment. Today they will begin the planning for that paragraph.
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