Cherokee Nation

Free! The Cherokee Nation website is dedicated to spreading the news, history, and information about the Cherokee culture. After launching the website, a comprehensive menu appears on the left of the screen that includes a Home, News, Our Government, Services, About the Nation, and Organizations sections. By clicking the “Home” section, the website provides users with links to news about the Cherokee Nation and links that are specific to Homes, Health, Hope, and Hunting. Users can click a link and learn more about topics that interest them. The website’s “News” section includes links to Cherokee Nation TV; news stories, videos,…

Review Overview

A. Instruction - 5.4
B. Design - 8.2
C. Engagement - 6

6.5

Bring the Cherokee Nation into Your Classroom

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The Cherokee Nation website is dedicated to spreading the news, history, and information about the Cherokee culture. After launching the website, a comprehensive menu appears on the left of the screen that includes a Home, News, Our Government, Services, About the Nation, and Organizations sections. By clicking the “Home” section, the website provides users with links to news about the Cherokee Nation and links that are specific to Homes, Health, Hope, and Hunting. Users can click a link and learn more about topics that interest them. The website’s “News” section includes links to Cherokee Nation TV; news stories, videos, and newsletters related to the Cherokee Nation; and previously recordings of the “Cherokee Voices, Cherokee Sounds” radio show. The “Our Government” section of the websites includes information about the structure of Cherokee Nation’s government, different commissions included in the government, and current employment opportunities. The “Services” section provides links to a variety of different ways the Cherokee Nation supports its people and community with securing jobs, education, health, housing, citizenship, and taxes. By clicking the different links on the menu, users are able to access quality information they can use, depending on their needs. The “About the Nation” section includes information about the history, language, culture, maps, holidays, and treasures that are specific to the Cherokee Nation. By clicking on a topic, users are able to access a wealth of knowledge and tools related to the topic they selected. Finally, the “Organizations” section includes a comprehensive list of affiliates, businesses, and communities for the Cherokee Nation

Instructional Ideas

  1. Teachers can have students read the “Our Government” section of the website to learn about the Executive, Judicial, and Legislative parts of the Cherokee Nation government. As they read, teachers can have students record specific actions and responsibilities that are required for each part of the government. With this information recorded, teachers can then have students create an infographic that combines both visual and textual elements to represent each part of the government.
  2. When teaching about current events, teachers can use articles from this website that can be accessed from the “Home” section of this website. Teachers can have students read the article, identify its main points, and then explain if and/or how the article impacts the people of the Cherokee Nation.
  3. When learning about the history and culture of the Cherokee Nation, teachers can have their students visit the “About the Nation” section of this website. Next, teachers can divide their class into groups and assign each group a different subtopic from the “About the Nation” section of the website. Teachers can then have the students review the section in groups and then present key information to their peers. Teachers can add an additional element by having students research multiple sources to verify the information they found on this website.
  4. When studying the language of Native Americans, teachers can have students compare the languages of different tribes using multiple resources. To begin, teachers can have students use the “Language’ subsection from this website and compare it with the glossary of language included in the Ho-Chunk (Hoocak) Native American Language When making comparisons, students can analyze the spelling, pronunciation, and phonetics of the different languages.
  5. When conducting research about the Cherokee Nation, teachers can have students use this website as a primary resource. In addition, teachers can support students learning research skills by identifying a piece of information on this website and then having to find multiple resources to verify it.
A1. Rigor
A2. 21st Century Skills
A3. Conn. to Future Learning
A4. Value of Errors
A5. Feedback to Teacher
A6. Level of Material
A7. Cooperative Learning
A8. Accom. of Individual Diff.
0 star = Not Applicable
B1. Ability to Save Progress
B2. Platform Integration
B3. Screen Design
B4. Ease of Use
B5. Navigation
B6. Goal Orientation
B7. Information Presentation
B8. Media Integration
B9. Cultural Sensitivity
0 star = Not Applicable
C1. Learner Control
C2. Interactivity
C3. Pace
C4. Flexibility
C5. Interest
C6. Aesthetics
C7. Utility
0 star = Not Applicable

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