Today in Science
Native American Heritage Month
November marks Native American Heritage Month and is so designated to highlight and honor the significant contributions the first Americans made to the establishment and growth of this nation.
Check out some of the Science NetLinks resources that relate:
- Environment, Technology, and Culture of the Chumash People: This 6-8 lesson offers students an understanding of the interrelatedness of technology, culture, and environment as illustrated by the Chumash culture.
- Endangered Languages: This 6-8 lesson introduces students to the science of linguistics and endangered languages.
- Rebuilt Language: Listen to how a linguist reconstructed an extinct Algonquian language for a Hollywood movie.
- Saving Aleut: Hear about a project trying to save a dying language native to Alaska as a way of keeping open the lines of communication to our shared history.
- Pueblo Migrations: Explore the 20-year effort to learn what happened to the ancient residents of the American Southwest.