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Theodore Lindley replied to John Trampush's discussion Final Project Exhibition Hall in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"I couldn't figure this out earlier. Here is the link to all of the original files referred to in the lesson plan in a Google Folder: High Powered Go Anywhere Link"
Apr 18, 2016
Theodore Lindley replied to John Trampush's discussion Final Project Exhibition Hall in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"Title of Project: Silver Gold! (an unlimited entry salmon fishing simulation designed to model the tragedy of the commons) Target Audience: 9-12 in AK Studies, Biology, Ecology, or Economics Main learning goal: My main learning goal is that students…"
Apr 17, 2016
Theodore Lindley replied to John Trampush's discussion Webinar #3: Integration, Assimilation and Resiliency- Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"Karen, I wanted to underscore the important point you make early on regarding the great importance of the second half of the book. As adults many of us tend to give less validity to childhood testimony, as from our own experiences we know that…"
Mar 28, 2016
Theodore Lindley replied to John Trampush's discussion Webinar #3: Integration, Assimilation and Resiliency- Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"Because Nick tells his story through the eyes of a child, do you think resonate with students? In what way can this story be used in the classroom?  Elementary and/or Secondary? Attu Boy is a very rich story that has tremendous potential for…"
Mar 26, 2016
Theodore Lindley replied to John Trampush's discussion Webinar #3: Integration, Assimilation and Resiliency- Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"How does Nick’s story of enemy invasion, occupation, and finally becoming a prisoner of war fit within the larger story of resiliency in Alaska History? Resiliency absolutely fits the life of Nick Golodoff, but I feel like it cannot be…"
Mar 26, 2016
Theodore Lindley replied to John Trampush's discussion Webinar #3: Integration, Assimilation and Resiliency- Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"Eli, I found in reading Attu Boy as you did that the cadence of his voice in the writing is very familiar. I am very glad that the text wasn't scrubbed to reflect standard English conventions."
Mar 23, 2016
Theodore Lindley replied to John Trampush's discussion Webinar #2: Cultures Collide- Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"Hope- Your opening paragraph drives home the fact that across human history all people have traded out the old for the new. This is why, for example, probably not a one of us still uses stone knives in our kitchens. Technology and clothing tend to…"
Feb 23, 2016
Theodore Lindley replied to John Trampush's discussion Webinar #2: Cultures Collide- Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"Can we experience the product of those encounters today?This is such a great question, as it really brings this writing assignment full circle. If we experience the products of these cultural encounters, we will have to step off of the street, or…"
Feb 23, 2016
Theodore Lindley replied to John Trampush's discussion Webinar #2: Cultures Collide- Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"How might you discuss different ways in which cultures exchanged ideas and information throughout Alaska history? The young man’s name now escapes me. It was a Bible name. He was raised by his grandparents, and the Alaska Department of Fish…"
Feb 23, 2016
Theodore Lindley replied to John Trampush's discussion Webinar #2: Cultures Collide- Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"We have a picture of my late father-in-law on our wedding day in a tuxedo, a handsome man, his summer tan setting off the white of the shirt collar. If they have a GQ magazine for elders, this would be a great cover photo, his legs crossed, leaning…"
Feb 23, 2016
Theodore Lindley replied to John Trampush's discussion MIGRATIONS- Webinar #1 Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"I just submitted another 20 minutes of typing via the edit feature and it disappeared! I will offer a brief synopsis of what I had written. Like my friend Nathan below, I also sat under Paul Ongtugook's excellent teaching at UAF. His writing…"
Feb 8, 2016
Theodore Lindley replied to John Trampush's discussion MIGRATIONS- Webinar #1 Discussion Questions in the group Encounters in AK Studies
"The theme that sticks out the most to me is the same as that which connected for most of the respondents, the connection to the land. The land is the anchor to the language, but more than that it is the anchor to the way of life. The fact that the…"
Feb 8, 2016
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Where do you live?
Bethel, AK
Are you a student or a teacher?
Teacher
What is your favorite subject in Social Studies?
Alaska Studies
Why do you want to join our forum?
I'm in the class
What do you do for fun?
Church, subsistence

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