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Course: AIS 160A – Many Nations of North America
Date and Time: Friday, March 25th, 2016
Location: Cesar Chavez
Class Occupancy: 26 undergraduate students
GTA: Michelle Nicole Boyer-Kelly
1) Allow students the hands on experience of creating their own “Indigenous” map,
which will help them to better understand Google Mapping lectures from class.
2) Students will use course notes to discuss a film reviewed on Wednesday.
Detailed Lesson Plans:
1) Quizzes. 15-20 minutes.
a. Hand out quizzes to students. Quizzes were from class on Wednesday,
where students were required to turn in notes on a film that was
reviewed in class. After handing out quizzes (which can be passed
around through the class, as there are no “grades” on them) student
will be able to look over their notes.
b. Ask students to break into small groups (moving chairs to form small
circles) and review their notes. Prompt: Discuss a few things you
learned from the movie on Wednesday.
c. Use my personal notes to discuss some of the highlights of the film in
a larger group. Pose a question. See which groups are able to come up
with correct responses.
2) Mapping. 20 minutes.
a. Tell students, still in their groups, to discuss the main points of the
Google Mapping lecture from Monday’s lecture.
b. Then, pass out pieces of paper (blank computer paper) to groups.
c. Tell students that they will create their own “Indigenous map” where
they pick an area they are familiar with, and put places that are
significant to them on it.
d. To help students, put up my own personal example on the projector.
e. Maps will be turned in for attendance and participation points.
3) Housekeeping Reminders. 5-10 minutes.
a. Remind students that outlines were due today. Any late outlines can be
turned in by 5pm in order to receive partial credit.
b. Remind students that the Exam 2 review will be next week – you must
come to class to review, no exceptions, no handouts.
c. Ask students if they have any lingering questions about material from
this week, the upcoming research paper project, Exam 2, or other