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Ashley Winzeler

Page history last edited by PBworks 13 years, 1 month ago

  My name is Ashley Winzeler and I am in Early Childhood Education at Penta Career Center. My home school is Anthony Wayne Home of the Anthony Wayne Generals. I am 18 years old and would love to be a preschool teacher. I work in at Zion Lutheran Preschool as a volunteer to get some background on my career. I love Penta and it has helped me a lot in life to help me with the job I would love to have. Learning all this and getting all the facts on the Death Rituals was a good learning experince for me.

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.tolatsga.org/iro.html This website talks about the  population , the area, and the location of the  Iroquois tribe. It also mentions the different types of names in this tribe along with the different  types of languages thats the tribes speak.  Also in the website they mention the culture and the history  of the Iroquois.
http://www.ohiohistorycentral.org/entry.php?rec=597 In this website there is a picture of the Iroquois Indians.  It tells about the area that they live in and the history of it. Also they talk about the tribe at the current time and what they are doing  today.
http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/cultural/northamerica/iroquois.html On this website they show a few pictures of the children of the Iroquois and the night sky in that area. Also they mention their daily life and what they hunt. They talk about their best known features and about their location.
http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/tribes/iroquioi/iroquoishist.htm In this website they talk about all the tribes that in along with the Iroquois. Also they mention what their grounp name is Oñgwanonsioñni', 'we are of the extended lodge.'  They talk about how women are thought in their tribe and all the other members are thought of. They talk about the different types of food they eat, how they hunt, and what the hunt. They also mention how the tribes survive and everything.
http://www.mce.k12tn.net/indians/reports1/iroquois2.htm In this website it mentions the different types of tools and weapons they use. They mention the different types of mask and when they wear them. They talk about the different types of festivals they celeabrate and why. They also bring up the bowl game a game they play on the last day of "Ceremonial of Midwinter".  Also on this website it shows pictures of all the masks and weapons they have.

 

 

 

"Iroquois Indian Museum." http://www.iroquoismuseum.org/. 3 Oct. 2007 <http://www.iroquoismuseum.org/>.

In this website this talks about the Iroquois Indian Museum. About what is in the museum and the facts of them. Also tells when the museum opens and the opening party for it too. Also tells who helps fund this museum to make it possible for us to learn the interesting fact about the Iroquois life. Also tells about all the different centers in the museum and why are they important. They also have pictures of the costumes, the kids, and the museum.
 
Gangnier, Gary. "Iroquois Clothing." http://www.cqsb.qc.ca/svs/434/fncloth.htm. Saint Vincent's Elementary Sch. 3 Oct. 2007 <http://www.cqsb.qc.ca/svs/434/fncloth.htm>.

 

In this website they talk about the different types of clothing the Iroquois people wear. From anything to the type of shoes they wear to the head dressings they wear for special events. They even go into detail on what they wear in their daily life. The also explain what the men and women wear that are alike and what are different. Also explains how their dress changed over the years. Shows how things improved and how things went down over the period of time.
 
 "Iroquois Religion." http://encyclopedia.farlex.com/Iroquois+religion. Helicon Publishing. 4 Oct. 2007 <http://encyclopedia.farlex.com/Iroquois+religion>.

 

In this website they talk about religion of the Iroquois American Indian peoples. They believe in twin forces, good and evil created by the birth of two twins, Ioskeha (good) and Tawiscara (bad). Humanity was created by Ioskeha but Tawiscara created great suffering and troubles. Eventually Ioskeha created the shamans who are able to bring healing and try to restore the balance of good on the Earth.
 
"THE GOVERNMENT OF THE." http://www.cradleboard.org/curriculum/powwow/lessons/elemsocial/el_gv_ir.html. 4 Oct. 2007 <http://www.cradleboard.org/curriculum/powwow/lessons/elemsocial/el_gv_ir.html>.

 

In this website they talk about the Iroqouis Goverment. One of the greatest Native American governments is the Confederacy of the six Iroquois Nations. This was more than a tribal government. It was a group of six different tribal governments. They also mention how this whole started. They talk about the true story of the start of the Confederacy. They also show a picture of a very old real wampum belt. This sacred wampum belt represents the union of the Five Nations. The belt was made to remember the Great Peace. What that means is the Five Nations joined together by the Path of Peace. The Great Tree figure in the center is the Onondaga, the head of their government. The Peace Path continues to either side and that means that others may follow this path and become part of the Great Peace.
 
 
The Gods

Zeus- Controls the sky and thunder.

He obtained the position by over throwing his father.

His parents are Cronus and Rhea.

He his power is the weather and thunder.

His wife is Hera.

 

Hades-  In charge of the underworld.

He over threw his father.

A Scepter and Cornucopia are his symbols.

He didn’t have any children.

His wife is Persephone.

 

Poseidon-  In charge of the sea

He over threw is father.

Dolphins, Tridents, and 3 pronged fish spears are his symbols.

His offspring is Triton, Chrysaor, Theseus, Orion, and Proteus.

Powers of earthquakes, water, and horses to inflict fear and punishment on people as revenge.

 

Apollo-  God of music and light.

The tripod is his symbol.

He doesn’t have a wife.

His famous offspring is Orpheus and Asklopios.

His special power is to heal.

 

Artemis- Goddess of the wilderness and fertility.

She helped deliver her twin brother.

She is associated with chastity.

Her parents are Leto and Zeus.

She doesn’t have a husband or any offspring.

And she also doesn’t have any special powers.
 
Hera- Daughter of marriage and birth.
Her virginity returns by bathing in the well of Canathus.
She is the daughter of Cronus and Rhea.
She is the wife of Zeus.
What is associated with her is a peacock and cows.
And does not need a man to ave children.
 
Ares- God of war.
Inherited from Etruscans.
Vultures and dogs are his symbols.
Zeus and Hera are is parents.
He doesnt have a wife or children.
No special powers.
 
Aphrodite-
Goddess of love, beauty,and sexual rapture.
She was formed by Cronus genitals.
Dolphine, the dove, swan,and Pomegranate, and lime tree are her symbols.
Zeus and Dione are his parents.
Eros, Anteros, Hymenaios and Aeneas are her children.
Hephaestus is her husband.
Transforming the ordinary is her special power.
 
Uranus- Father of Heaven
He was the first son o Gaia (mother Earth)
His blood made giants.
Gaia is his mother.
Oceanus, Coeus, Crius, Hyperion, Themis, and Phoebe is his children.
No special powers.
Gaia is his wife.
 
Cronus-God of the Universe
Castrated his father.
Cyclopes is symbols.
Gaia and Uranus is his parents.
His offspring were Demeter, Hestia, Hera, Hades, Poseidon and Zeus.
His wife is Rhea.
He didnt have any special powers.
 
 

Comments (8)

Anonymous said

at 10:02 am on Sep 26, 2007

I liked the power point some of the tablets were difficult to read becus the text was the same color as the page. But i likied the pictures in the power point it was full of facts too.

Anonymous said

at 10:12 am on Sep 26, 2007

This power point was quite interesting.That subject is kinda creepy but cool to learn about.I cant wait to do a power point.

Anonymous said

at 1:40 pm on Sep 26, 2007

I think this is very interesting.You did agood job on this. And i like your pics.

Anonymous said

at 1:46 pm on Sep 26, 2007

Very interesting power point! The information is amazing, and the pictures really gave me an idea of how it would have been. The death rituals are crazy!

Anonymous said

at 1:48 pm on Sep 26, 2007

the subject of the powerpoint was interesting. it was hard to read though either the font was to small or it was a color that was hard to read. i loved this powerpoint.

Anonymous said

at 1:49 pm on Sep 26, 2007

I think that she did a nice job on the picturs.ALso it was very interesting.AND the facts were very cool too.

Anonymous said

at 1:50 pm on Sep 26, 2007

I really liked this powerpoint. The skull rack was really interesting to learn about. It was cool to learn about the different sacrifices too.

Anonymous said

at 1:58 pm on Sep 26, 2007

This was a kinda creepy subject to make a PowerPoint about but you did a great job. I also liked how you stacked a lot of information for us to learn about. The only problem was the font color and size. It was hard to read at times but it was still a good PowerPoint.

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