This section presents a series of short 2-6 day lesson plans on special topics that have historical and contemporary significance within Indian Country. While each lesson is designed for specifically-stated days of classroom time, each may be made into shorter or longer lessons according to teacher and student interest.
Each of the lesson plans follow the same format:
As of early 2011, the following lesson plans are available: Mascots, Symbols, and Names; Federal Indian Policy: Historical Roots and 19th Century Policies; Cahokia: Unlocking the Mysteries; and The Makah: A Case Study of Resilience and Resistence. Additionally, several lesson plans that are posted in their entirely but currently are under revision due to broken links and inclusion of new research are available: Indian Boarding Schools; Indians in Northern California; American Indian Tribal Gaming; American Indians in the 21st Century; and Red Power.