''I was really impressed with this book.'' --Ann-Marie Sayers, Ohlone tribal chairwoman
''The information in your Ohlone Teacher's Resource is wonderfully accurate and quite appropriate to the needs of a 4th grade teacher.''-- George Coles, Adjunct Professor of Anthropology, SFSU
This book contains:
2nd Edition © 2010 Magnifico Publications
ISBN 09706237-6-3 25.00
1. Ohlone Tribal Groups Word Search
2. The Ohlone at the Spanish Missions Crossword Puzzle
3. Ohlone Map work
4. What the Ohlone Knew Anachronism Activity
5. Ohlone Foods
6. Ohlone Fictional Story Writing
7. Ohlone Place Names
8. The Ohlone Today
Section Four: Resources for Further Study
About the Author: Richard Di Giacomo graduated from San José State University with a B.A. in Ancient and Medieval history, a B.A. in Social Science and an M.A. in American History. He has been a teacher for over 20 years and has taught in a variety of schools from private and continuation schools to public high schools. He has taught everything from at risk and limited English students to honors and college preparatory classes. The subjects he has taught include U.S. and World History, Government, Economics, Bible and Ethics, History of the Cold War, and Contemporary World History.
He has been a reviewer and contributor to textbooks, and a frequent presenter at social studies conferences on the use of simulations, videos, and computers in education. Rich’s love for role-playing and strategy games led him to develop his popular simulation books. His years of experience teaching social studies and interest in local history led to this current book. He has visited nearly every Ohlone historical site and educated school and church youth groups about the Ohlone contribution to our area’s history.
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