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Led by Lewis and Clark, the Corps of Discovery explores the vast area of land added to the United States through the Louisiana Purchase. As the group prepares to make contact with a nearby Shoshone tribe, Sacagawea, a sixteen-year-old Native American girl who speaks both Hidatsa and Shoshone, uses her invaluable knowledge of the land and its people to guide the success of the mission. Teachers can use this lesson to engage students in understanding of point of view and its effect on reader connection with characters. Use this Graphic Book with Sacagawea at Level Y.
Graphic Book Lesson Plan
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