POSOH Twahwatsi láyΛ Lessons

POSOH Twahwatsi láyΛ Lessons

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Act 31 exemplar lessons, additional content from external contributors, agricultural practices, food sovereignty, traditional indigenous agricultural practices
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How can you explain that the people with pellagra who Goldberg studied lived on a corn-based diet, but the Oneida People--who had corn at the center of their diet--did not suffer from pellagra?
Diary of John Archiquette, 1868-1874
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additional content from external contributors, cultures & languages, indigenous literature, Northeast WI place-based resources, traditional indigenous agricultural practices
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Contains a link to the full translation of the diary of Captain John Archiquette, specific excerpts from the diary, and game cards containing excerpts from the diary.
Squash
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additional content from external contributors, cultures & languages, food sovereignty, Northeast WI place-based resources
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This set of lessons incorporates culturally significant foods in order to spur student's thoughts about our relationship with food and how our food sustains us.
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additional content from external contributors, additional research, curriculum development
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What can we know about the plants we eat by zooming in to the molecular and atomic scale?
POSOH Twahwatsi láyΛ Mural
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agricultural practices, communities, food sovereignty, Northeast WI place-based resources, POSOH Instructional Aids, POSOH original art, traditional indigenous agricultural practices
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This is a picture of the POSOH Twahwatsi láyΛ mural painted by Anthony Gauthier.
Twahwatsi láyΛ Lessons Videos
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agricultural practices, indigenous education for sustainable development, POSOH Instructional Aids, traditional indigenous agricultural practices