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Lesson Plan: Monday, April 11th, 2016
Location: Gallagher Theater
Students Expected: 200
Course: AIS 160a – Many Nations of North America
Topic: Representations of American Indians in Film
Presenter: Michelle Nicole Boyer-Kelly, GTA
At the end of today, students will be able to:
Identify the three different eras of American Indian film, while providing one film
example of each era.
Express in writing, and through conversation, a working definition of each film era.
Analyze today’s assigned reading and relate its significance back to the Dances with
Wolves film clips we view in class.
At exactly 10am, greet students. Tell students that they can put their cell phones
away. Any laptops that remain out are to be for notes only. All other electronics
should be stored away.
Begin PPT at exactly 10am, on time.
Adjust lighting and sound accordingly (ideally before lecture) and begin going
through content on the slides.
Entire PPT has been timed to take exactly 44-45 minutes.
If there is 5 minutes left, give students a brief “pop quiz”
Pop quiz will ask them to identify how contemporary films (like Smoke Signals) are
strengthening tribal sovereignty.
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