Native to Maryland Poster Checklist Steps Completed Decide which group member will cover the physical characteristics, which will cover social characteristics, and which will cover economic characteristics for your tribe. Make sure that each group member has covered his/her part of the topic with adequate notes. Create a draft of the poster. Map out where the information and visuals be located on your poster. Create a group poster to display information and visuals on the physical characteristics, social characteristics, and economic characteristics of your Native American tribe. Visuals can be created in a drawing software program such as Pixie, a mind-mapping software such as Kidspiration, Microsoft Word, or student made illustrations. Visuals can be found in the Library of Congress Web site and on school databases such as NetTrekker, Work Book for Kids/Students, and SIRS. The drawings, pictures, or other visuals/graphics are related to the information/captions on your poster. Information that needs to be added to the Poster other than your tribe specific information must include: the name of your tribe group member names information about your tribe’s habitat social characteristics political characteristics economic characteristics bibliography Yes No Information on the poster is written in your own words. Information on the poster is well written, clear, and has minimal mistakes. References are cited correctly on the poster. Overall Effect: Poster is original, attractive, and easy to read/navigate through. Poster focuses on the relationship between the Native Americans’ habitats and their lifestyles.