Native Homelands along the Lewis & Clark Trail

 35-minute documentary film, with 80-page teacher guide Suggested for 4th – 10th grade Providing a unique and engaging perspective of American History.

Film: Nineteen individuals from thirteen tribes share the stories of their ancestors’ encounters with Lewis and Clark as they traveled through Native homelands. The visual journey travels from the earth lodges of the Middle Missouri to the longhouses near the mouth of the Columbia River. The historical landscapes of traditional occupation are beautifully presented. As we are introduced to each tribal group geographically, we also hear their spoken language and meet individual tribal members.

Instructions & Study Guide

Native Voices DVDs w/Teacher Guides Series – User Instructions

All the following DVD’s have been transferred to Adobe Presenter. The presentation will automatically start. In order to view the presentation you will need to have the latest version of Flash Player installed on your computer. Make sure that your speakers are turned on so that you can hear the professor speaking.

Using the Playbar:
All Adobe Presenter presentations have a playbar that allows you to navigate through the PPT slides. You will be able to play, pause, go forward, go backward, adjust volume, access attachments, and adjust the layout of the presentation using the playbar . Refer tothe figure below for a description of which icon performs each one of these functions.

Presenter Control Bar

Adobe Presenter has two layout views. The full layout displaying the full playbar and full tab panel, and a streamlined layout displaying only a small control panel. The smaller control panel works well for smaller screens. To expand to the full layout and access the tabs click on the “Layout” located in the lower right hand corner of the small control panel.

Small Control Panel

Adobe Presenter allows for download of the Native Voices DVD supplemental matierals. Materials include Teacher Guide, Quicktime movie of each chapter, maps, activities and more

.Simply click on the “Paper Clip” icon within the presentation to access the file list.

Then select the item for download. Download should begin immediately.