Chugachmiut

HERITAGE PRESERVATION

Traditional Housing & Shelters

By Tim Malchoff

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Enduring Understanding:

Traditional Sugpiaq or Eyak temporary shelters and housing styles were responses to the extremes of local weather conditions and family needs.

Essential Questions:

1. What were the different types and materials used for shelters and housing?
2. How did the weather affect the housing site and type?
3.Where were the housing and shelters built?
      a. Why?
      b. Emergency Shelters?

Elder Quote:

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Traditional Housing & Shelters Overview

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Lessons & Curriculum

PRE K-12

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GRADE 3-5

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GRADE 6-8

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GRADE 9-12

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RESOURCES / MEDIA

Video Library

Nick Tanape on "Temporary Shelters"

This Sod House

Sod house: A 4th grade lesson on pioneers and erosion

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Other Resources

Lesson Prompts

INTERVIEW QUESTIONS
DO IT YOURSELF 2D DISPLAY
TEK SCIENCE POSTER
MEDIA ACTION - STORYTELLING
SIM TABLE
DRONES
Bibliography & Resources for Housing & Shelters

BIBLIOGRAPHY & RESOURCES
Community Field Trips

Chenega
Cordova
Nanwalek
Port Graham
Seward
Tatitlek
Valdez

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