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Questions that will help me learn about my topic:
Need help thinking of good questions? Here are some question starters.
1. What is the main girl/boy child's job to learn?
Children collected plants, brought them home and dried them in the sun.
2. At what age do the children start their job?
3. Were there any special jobs for the tribe's Chief's children?
4. How many jobs were the Native Americans allowed to have at once?
5. What age did Native American children stop working?
Seven years old.
6. When do they start learning to do their jobs?
7. Who was the first Native American to have a job?
8. Where did the first Native American learn their job?
9. Who was the first Native American child to have a job?
10. What is the most famous job for Native Americans?

Research
Take your notes here. Use bullet points to separate your notes. Cite your notes so that you remember where they came from!
  • Women's Jobs:
    • Tanned hides of deer to make leather for clothes (2)
    • Growing gardens (1)
    • Butchering meat (1)
    • Gathering berries (1)
    • Making clothes from animal hides (1)
    • Fashioning baskets and containers from bark (1)
    • Made pretty designs on clothes (2)
    • Cooked one main meal each day (3)
    • teach children to prepare and preserve foods (3)
    • teach children to treat hides (3)

  • Men's Jobs:
    • protected the camp from predators (3)
    • hunting (3)
  • Children's Jobs:
    • Boys Jobs:
      • hunt (3)
      • fish (3)
      • make tools (3)
      • make weapons (3)
      • make canoes(3)

    • Girls Jobs:
      • make birchbark items (3)
      • sew and decorate clothing (3)
      • prepare and preserve foods (3)
      • treat hides (3)
      • collecting plants and bringing them home to dry in the sun (3)

Resources
Copy and paste URLs to good websites or databases that you find here. It will make it easy for you to visit those good websites next time you work on your project!
  1. The Ojibwa: American Indian Art and Culture.
  2. The Ojibwe of Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota.
  3. Life in anishnabe camp


Plan for your Final Product
What are you going to create to share what you have learned?
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