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Native American Presentations

Posted on November 28, 2011

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The Fifth Grade Native American Presentation showcases four Native American tribes: Pueblo, Chinook, Iroquois and Sioux. The boys, members of a team representing one of these tribes, are scored on their achievements in their creative dioramas, slide presentations, and teamwork. They are assessed on content, organization, visuals, and the delivery of their presentations. The Native American Presentation is a culmination of the boys' fall study of the cultures and contributions of the tribes.  This year's event also included a tribute to longtime Master Teacher Tom McLellan, orginator of the Native American Presentations, who is retiring at the end of this academic year.

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