The Way to Rainy Mountain
N. Scott Momaday
TONIGHTS HOMEWORK: 30-minute Internet
research assignment (20 points)
Find information about one of the following, as assigned.
Get information from at least two different sources.
Each student brings in 10 detai
a. Puritan Webquest
b. Guided Notes for Puritan Literature
c. Guided Notes for each work/author
F Figurative Language
Native American Origin Myth Review
Review the following:
1. How were Native American myths passed down?
2. What are some common characteristics of Native American stories?
Please name the following for each story:
B. Author (if provi
discovering the power to influence tone, mood, style, voice, and
Language 11-12: 3, 5 Reading/ Literature 11-12: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10
Writing 11-12: 2, 4, 9,10 Speaking and Listening 11-12: 1, 2, 3
To be college and career read
Study Questions Unit 1 Big Idea 1-Native American Mythology
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Recall and Interpret (from The Iroquois Constitution)
1. The authors primary purpose in this selec
About the Assignment: A constitution is a document that
describes a governments laws. A group of Native Americans,
the Iroquois, joined with four other tribes and wrote a
constitution. This document is called the Great Law of
The Sky TreeQuestions
Respond and Think Critically
Respond and Interpret
Would you describe Aataentsics actions as heroic? Why or why not?
(a)What is the Sky Tree? (b)Why is it important to the people in Sky
RESEARCH TOPICS: ENGLISH III
1. Fuel Alternatives for the Future
2. Educational Equality: Boys vs. Girls
3. Kids and their tech. toys
4. Fast Food and our Society
5. Influential Toys/Media influences
6. Animal Cruelty
7. War on Terrorism and Racial Profil
The Native American Experience
Coyote and the Buffalo
READING 2 A
and genre in different cultural
contexts. 2A Analyze the way
in which theme or meaning
represents a view on the human
condition. 2B Relate the
characters of mythic litera
Turtle Back Worksheet
1. Choose two of the details from the beginning of The Earth on Turtles
Back, and use them to explain the Onondaga tribes cultural convictions
about how the world is organized physically and spiritually.
2. List animals