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UMaine Wabanaki Studies, Text
The unit is designed for educators interested in Wabanaki Studies, Maine Studies and/or for educators planning a visit to the Abbe Museum.
Students use events from the Abbe Museum On-Line Timeline of Wabanaki History to demonstrate how Wabanaki peoples have maintained their cultural identity over time. The on-line timeline is a digital recreation of the Timeline Exhibit: from the Present to the Past at the Abbe Museum in Bar Harbor, Maine. The on-line timeline includes over 100 entries in addition to primary source documents and definitions of key words.
Students demonstrate this knowledge in a variety of written and visual products by taking on the persona of an independent filmmaker. As independent filmmakers, students will write a movie synopsis, create a storyboard for a movie and produce an iMovie.
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