Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: in-class writing response



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Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: in-class writing response

On a piece of notebook paper, answer 3 of the 5 writing prompts in Spartswrite format. Staple this cover sheet to your writing assignment with your name and class period clearly labeled. SPARTSWRITES MUST BE COLOR CODED TO RECEIVE A GRADE. (Blue = TS, Red = CD, Green = CM, Blue = CS)


  1. Compare and contrast Sioux life on the reservations to their traditional way of life.

  2. Analyze the fairness and effectiveness of the treaty making process between Indian tribes and the U.S. government.

  3. The main character of the film started his life as Ohiyesa, but later became Charles Eastman. Describe the process of assimilation Ohiyesa went through.

  4. Evaluate whether or not Ohiyesa was better off for assimilating and becoming Charles Eastman.

  5. Senator Henry Dawes was considered to be a strong “friend of the Indian” in U.S. politics. Describe his plan for how best to support Indian tribes.

Name:____________________________________________________________ Per_________
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: in-class writing response

On a piece of notebook paper, answer 3 of the 5 writing prompts in Spartswrite format. Staple this cover sheet to your writing assignment with your name and class period clearly labeled. SPARTSWRITES MUST BE COLOR CODED TO RECEIVE A GRADE. (Blue = TS, Red = CD, Green = CM, Blue = CS)


  1. Compare and contrast Sioux life on the reservations to their traditional way of life.

  2. Analyze the fairness and effectiveness of the treaty making process between Indian tribes and the U.S. government.

  3. The main character of the film started his life as Ohiyesa, but later became Charles Eastman. Describe the process of assimilation Ohiyesa went through.

  4. Evaluate whether or not Ohiyesa was better off for assimilating and becoming Charles Eastman.

  5. Senator Henry Dawes was considered to be a strong “friend of the Indian” in U.S. politics. Describe his plan for how best to support Indian tribes.

Name:____________________________________________________________ Per_________
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: in-class writing response

On a piece of notebook paper, answer 3 of the 5 writing prompts in Spartswrite format. Staple this cover sheet to your writing assignment with your name and class period clearly labeled. SPARTSWRITES MUST BE COLOR CODED TO RECEIVE A GRADE. (Blue = TS, Red = CD, Green = CM, Blue = CS)


  1. Compare and contrast Sioux life on the reservations to their traditional way of life.

  2. Analyze the fairness and effectiveness of the treaty making process between Indian tribes and the U.S. government.

  3. The main character of the film started his life as Ohiyesa, but later became Charles Eastman. Describe the process of assimilation Ohiyesa went through.

  4. Evaluate whether or not Ohiyesa was better off for assimilating and becoming Charles Eastman.

  5. Senator Henry Dawes was considered to be a strong “friend of the Indian” in U.S. politics. Describe his plan for how best to support Indian tribes.


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