Nanu'ávaha Fifth Grade Lesson 2: Oral Traditions - The Hunt


Lesson plans for Lesson 2 of the Fifth Grade curriculum. Students will learn about the Karuk traditional knowledge practices, tribal codes and spiritual beliefs through traditional and contemporary stories associated with subsistence hunting. Additionally, students will deepen their understanding of tribal ethics such as patience, courage, honor, and respect. They will also gain knowledge of deer anatomy by learning about its parts and their uses in the Karuk culture, as well as learn how to describe and compare different types of texts.

Provenance: Contributed to Sípnuuk by the Karuk Tribe Department of Natural Resource Food Security Program

Rights: Karuk Tribe