Lessons for Archaeology

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  • Timeline Perspective - … Washington State Archaeology Month (October 2000). CULTURE AREA: Washington State TIME PERIOD: 12,000 BP to present. BACKGROUND: Many archaeological sites are … the juxtapositioning of the information. This particular timeline gives world archaeology sites that most people are aware of (Great Pyramids, Stonehenge … Archaeology in Our Backyard- available from the Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Olympia, Wa. FREE! The three main goals of modern archaeology
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  • What Artifacts Reveal About The Past - … brainstorm what they know about archaeology. Write their ideas on the chalkboard. Then tell them that archaeology is the study of the … of archaeology? What can't we learn about another culture by studying fossils and artifacts? 6. Would you consider pursuing archaeology as … in a sentence. archaeology Definition: The scientific study of past cultures by analyzing artifacts and monuments. Context: Archaeology involves digging in the …
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  • Mycenaean Trade in the Mediterranean - … Turkey's southern coastline. Courtesy of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology The diver discovered a trove of copper ingots. He reported … soon, a team of archaeologists from the Institute of Nautical Archaeology in Texas traveled to Turkey. What the Turkish sponge-diver … of Nautical Archaeology You have just heard that you are going to be working at the Institute of Nautical Archaeology, Bodrum, Turkey …
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  • Data Collection in Archeology - … interpreting the information 2 Writing: Listening: Science Anne McGinley (2001) archaeology 3 Technology: apply basic features of Microsoft Word, Access and … Database (Handout 4) Lesson Rubric (Handout 5) Anne McGinley (2001) archaeology 3 4 Required Equipment/Technology 1 computer, with Internet connection … the same image Ideas: Pottery, Dwellings, Etc. Anne McGinley (2001) archaeology 5 6 Lesson Assessment Strategy (Formative - As the lesson progresses …
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  • Antiquity: Staging an Archeological Dig - … an archaeological dig; reconstructing history and the challenges of historic inquiry. INSTRUCTIONAL OUTCOMES Students will: * understand the basic concepts of archaeology * apply … the process. Both experiences, however, are part and parcel of archaeology. ACTIVITIES Part One - Provide the necessary background information on pre … Pageant Wagon project students create heritage dioramas. In Staging an Archaeological Dig professionals are invited to teach their craft to the …
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  • Shifting coastlines - … of this book covers fundamental concepts, processes, and issues of archaeology, and describes the peoples and cultures of the Paleoindian, Archaic … Learn more about Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, North Carolina, Outer Banks, archaeology, barrier islands, coasts, geography, geology, maps, science, and social studies … Carolina. Report submitted to the Archaeological Services Branch, National Park Service, Atlanta. Chapel Hill, N.C.: Archaeological Resource Consultants. [The illustration on …
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  • A guided journey into the past - … of this book covers fundamental concepts, processes, and issues of archaeology, and describes the peoples and cultures of the Paleoindian, Archaic … to learn about the past. Related topics Learn more about archaeology, artifacts, composing, discussion, drawing, evaluation, guided imagery, language arts, music … Facebook StumbleUpon TWEET Pin It Objectives In their study of archaeological resource conservation, students will use guided imagery to discover and …
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  • Pottery traditions - … an alternative way to enjoy artifacts without removing them from archaeological sites. Scientific inquiry: In their study of scientific inquiry, students … Archaic. Related topics Learn more about American Indians, North Carolina, archaeology, classification, discussion, language arts, pottery, science, social studies, visual arts … for holding something. Background Pottery is common in North Carolina archaeological sites dating after 1000 BC. Its rather abrupt appearance about …
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  • Write to an Archaeologist - … Bluff Dwellers Web Link Description The Dig: Adventures in Archaeology introduces basic archaeological field techniques and describes the various tools that archaeologists … university's anthropology or archaeology departments for the names of possible contacts. Online Activity The Dig: Adventures in Archaeology URL: http://library … : Adventures in Archaeology and then the Mississippian Artifacts. When students have completed the questions on their project sheets, discuss archaeology as a …
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  • California State Edition: Adventures in Time and Place Grade 6, Chapter 2: Role Play a Discussion - … past. Review what students know about archaeology. Then ask students what objections people might have about archaeological digs. Tell students that they will visit a Web site that outlines a conflict about an archaeological excavation, and … at the archaeological site, are shown. Tell students that they might organize their arguments for or against the dig archaeological by using …
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