To understand the organization of a society in its territory;
- To situate the society and its territory in space and time
- To make connections between characteristics of the society and the organization of its territory
- To make connections of continuity with the present
To interpret change in a society and its territory
- To recognize the main changes in the organization of a society and its territory
To be open to the diversity of societies and their territories
- To perceive the main similarities and differences between societies and between territories, including Iroquois society and Inca society circa 1500.
For example, you may learn about the main differences related to the characteristics of the occupied territory, number of inhabitants, chiefs, social structure, habitat, science and technology, as well as beliefs.
Compare the organization of Iroquois society and the territory it occupied circa 1500 and circa 1745 to interpret changes. Compare with the Inca civilization circa 1500 to determine similarities and differences.
As a complement to your visit, we invite you to reserve The St. Lawrence Iroquoians program
To appreciate works of art, traditional artistic objects, media images, personal productions and those of classmates
- To examine a work of art, traditional artistic object or media images for sociocultural references