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The Pueblo Cliff Dwellers
Mr. Sedivy's Movie Policy
ANY student with closed eyes is considered a sleeper and as such will be publicly identified and humiliated. As you can see, a sleeper will not earn the respect and adoration of his or her fellow students. Do the worksheet and enjoy the film.
Important Facts Discussed in the Movie
Who were the "Ancient Ones?"
Where did the "Ancient Ones live?"
Who discovered the ruins at Mesa Verde?
Pueblo Binito had how many rooms?
Pueblo Binito is located at what ruins?
These ruins are in what state?
Name three types of artifacts that were found.
Where did the trees come from?
How were they hauled back to the village?
What dates did these people inhabit the dwellings?
What is Dendro Chronology?
What crops did they grow?
How and why did they control water?
Why were so few bodies found at Chaco?
How did they predict when to plant crops?
Describe the spirals and their possible meaning?
At Fahada Butte: Describe the significance of the sun dagger.
Describe a kiva.
What were they used for?
What evidence is there that murder took place in the dwellings?
How do we know there were draughts in Chaco Canyon?
List three descendants of the Pueblo people
Anastazi is a Navajo word meaning what?
What year did Europeans first come to the Four Corners?
What were the Spanish looking for?
What did the Spanish do to Native American culture?
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