Differentiated Instruction Lesson on the Iroquois Confederacy
There are two places where you can find the differentiated instruction lesson on the Iroquois Confederacy. The differentiated instruction lesson plan on the Iroquois Confederacy uses different ability levels to help all students learn the content. It also includes a fun activity that allows students to pretend they are part of the Grand Council. They have to decide if the Tuscarora should be allowed to join the Confederacy.
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