Lessons for Archaeology

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  • ECB: Education Wisconsin Studies Page - … (Tomah Area School District) Day 1: History Day 2: Archaeology Day 3: Archaeology Techniques Day 4: Language and Names Day 5: Storytelling … : What is archaeology? (Check on any previous background knowledge or exposure to archaeology that students may have had.) 2. Define terms: archaeology: the … 5 Day 6 Lessons Day 3: Archaeology Techniques Objectives To continue an appreciation for early archaeological history and discoveries Have students become …
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  • Scientific inquiry - … Research Laboratories of Archaeology (Ward, H. Trawick, and R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr. 1999. Time Before History: The Archaeology of North Carolina … give each group another the "Archaeological Inquiry" activity sheet. Have them design and conduct an archaeological research project using objects found in … . Evaluation Students turn in their "Archaeological Inquiry" activity sheets for evaluation. An example of a completed "Archaeological Inquiry" activity sheet North Carolina …
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  • Take action, save the past - … chronological information contained in a stratified archaeological site. It's in the garbage: In studying archaeological concepts, students will analyze garbage from … to enjoy artifacts without removing them from archaeological sites. Related topics Learn more about archaeology, brainstorming, conservation, decision-making, language arts, problem … ways might we involve community members in the preservation of archaeological resources? Brainstorming Solutions: "Once the underlying problem has been identified …
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  • Inference by analogy - … and illustrations. They will also describe prehistoric lifeways based on archaeological and ethnohistoric information and explain why archaeologists use ethnohistoric analogy … . Related topics Learn more about American Indians, North Carolina, analogy, archaeology, ethnography, ethnohistory, history, inferences, mapping, and social studies. Help Please … European settlers' accounts and illustrations; describe prehistoric lifeways based on archaeological and ethnohistoric information; explain why archaeologists use ethnohistoric analogy. Materials …
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  • Stratigraphy and cross-dating - … Research Laboratories of Archaeology (Ward, H. Trawick, and R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr. 1999. Time Before History: The Archaeology of North Carolina … . Related topics Learn more about Law of Superposition, North Carolina, archaeology, cross-dating, environmental science, geology, science, and stratigraphy. Help Please … of stratum); in archaeology, this term usually refers to layers of earth. Stratigraphy: the layering of deposits in an archaeological site. Cultural …
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  • Vikings in Vinland - … role of the scientific field of archaeology in helping people understand past civilizations. 2. Examine the archaeological evidence of Viking settlement in … cultures. How can archaeology help us know about past civilizations? What are the pros and cons of using archaeological evidence to understand … following questions: What role has archaeology played in understanding Viking exploration of North America? How has archaeology helped scientists distinguish between fictitious …
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  • Artifact Ethics - … their study of archaeological issues students will use ethical dilemmas to: examine their own values and beliefs about archaeological site protection. evaluate … 's archaeological-resource-protection laws apply to all stated-owned land and make it illegal to excavate, remove, or damage archaeological resources … vehicle and immediately report them to law enforcement authorities. The Archaeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA) allows rewards for those providing information …
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  • Archaeology Vocabulary Sampling - … with Digging and Discovery or a similar student archaeology book. -A list of archaeological vocabulary words and their definitions -An answer sheet … vocabulary activity. Evaluation: Links/Extension: References Name Archaeology Vocabulary Words and Definitions analyze ancestry archaeology carefully study. past family. a method for … platform mounds pottery site temper trowel Woodland Name Archaeology Word List analyze ancestry archaeology Archaic artifact atlatl bannerstone clans context cultivate culture …
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  • The Human Spark | Digging for the Truth - … hands-on classroom activity simulating an archaeological excavation. In the Culminating Activity, students apply their new archaeological knowledge to a group project … procedure seems, it was only relatively recently adopted; many early archaeological excavations, being more concerned with the artifacts themselves, kept little … . While subjective speculation plays a very important role in seeking archaeological answers, modern technology is constantly pushing the boundaries of what …
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  • The Human Spark | Digging for the Truth - … hands-on classroom activity simulating an archaeological excavation. In the Culminating Activity, students apply their new archaeological knowledge to a group project … procedure seems, it was only relatively recently adopted; many early archaeological excavations, being more concerned with the artifacts themselves, kept little … . While subjective speculation plays a very important role in seeking archaeological answers, modern technology is constantly pushing the boundaries of what …
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