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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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Original lessons for Middle School and above to support the study of the Wabanakis of Maine.

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Downloadable lesson plans, activities, and supporting materials designed to help you incorporate Maine history into your studies.

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Lesson plans developed by Maine Public Broadcasting Network to accompany its series program "Home : the Story of Maine", which takes a look back at the last 100 years and focus on key turning points in agriculture, tourism, electricity and transportation in Maine.

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The National Park Service and the Abbe Museum collaborated to create this traveling kit. This hands-on kit uses student-centered activities and tactile elements to introduce students to the richness of Passamaquoddy culture and history. This kit does not attempt to fully teach all Passamaquoddy history. Rather, these lessons and activities should be used as an introduction that will inspire you and your students to learn more about Passamaquoddy and other Wabanaki history.

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This Wabanaki Studies Informational Website is geared toward K-12 Teachers.

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