Lessons for Archaeology

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  • Sig Proj - Deyab - PreSERVING America's Past With the Objects of Our History - … Internet to identify colleges & universities with archaeology majors &/or internships. * Meet, interact & converse with archaeology intern, Big Dig inspectors & other site personnel … Holt & Company; Eyewitness: Archaeology by Jane McIntosh, 2000: D.K. Publishing. Teacher Developed Materials Directions for Writing an archaeology-related haiku, using … , Boards, Programs for Archaeology Expo. Web Sites Citizenship Education: Archaeology in the Local Community, The Not Forgotten ~ Sharing History & Archaeology. Final Words Besides …
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  • Teaching about Trade in the Ancient Mediterranean - … have chosen pages which pertain specifically to archaeology, trade, and interaction among cultures. These are Archaeology Phoenicians Obsidian Trade Sumer (Ur) Babylonians … acquaint student with marine archaeology; to develop an understanding of the problems of identifying artifacts found on an archaeological site, and an understanding of the importance of site information in archaeology. Required Materials: Detailed information …
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  • The Uluburun Late Bronze Age Shipwreck - … arts, and a new appreciation of resources. Objectives: Teacher Resources: Archaeological Institute of America 4.1 AIA Education Department Lesson Plans … ancient as well as modern trade. Periodical: Archaeology is a periodical published by the Archaeological Institute of America. It is an authoritative … Chart Archaeological Institute of America 4.5 AIA Education Department Lesson Plans Cargoes from Three Continents Handout 3: Uluburun Hulll Archaeological Institute …
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  • Why is the past important? - … by careful study of the artifacts and other evidence from archaeological sites. Archaeology: a method for studying past human cultures based on … the close of your study of archaeology to demonstrate that students have broadened their understanding of archaeology and the past. North Carolina … . "Value and Meaning in Cultural Resources." In Approaches to the Archaeological Heritage: A Comparative Study of World Cultural Resource Management Systems …
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  • 5.5 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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  • Exploring Archaeology and Trade in the Middle School Latin Class - … : The Teaching Plan Elements in the Stories that Highlight the Archaeological Record and Evidence of Ancient Mediterranean Trade In this section … and 2 elements which pertain to the archaeological record on which many details in the Archaeological Institute of America 17.1 AIA … have large amounts of archaeological evidence in the excavations at Pompeii and in museums. In addition to the archaeological evidence, we have …
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  • Introduction to Archaeology - … will be examined in the light of modern archaeology. Students will see how many archaeological findings that seem to support evolution are … reports and presentations * Exploring archaeological topics on specific subjects * Watching movies and video clips and discussing them. * Simulated archaeological digs * Visiting a … art PowerPoint - pictures and fonts Websites * http://collections.ic.ca/archaeology/second/archaeology/scien ce.html * http://www.carnegiemuseums.org * http://sipapu …
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  • Tree-ring dating - … Research Laboratories of Archaeology (Ward, H. Trawick, and R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr. 1999. Time Before History: The Archaeology of North Carolina … -ring dating to archaeology. Have them also make a statement about the importance of preserving wood samples in archaeological sites. Evaluation Students … the Beginning: An Introduction to Archaeology. 8th ed. New York: Harper Collins. McGregor, John C. 1974. Southwestern Archaeology. 2nd ed. Chicago: University …
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  • Anthropologists: Puzzlers of Past Peoples - … America: The Archaeology of a Continent. 4thed. Thames and Hudson, New York. Malone, Bobbie. ed. (2000). Digging and Discovery: Wisconsin Archaeology (teacher guide). State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison. Malone, Bobbie. ed. (2000). Digging and Discovery: Wisconsin Archaeology (student text). State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison. Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center. (2006) Pre-European Cultures …
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  • Cargoes from Three Continents Ancient Mediterranean Trade - … traditionally included projects on archaeology in prehistoric and early civilizations. The Institute provided knowledge of underwater and land archaeological sites which reinforced … shown. This was followed by a discussion of underwater archaeology, using Archaeological Institute of America 12.1 AIA Education Department Lesson Plans … at Treasures of Archaeology. Indianapolis: Arco Publishing, 1980. Goor, Ron and Nancy Goor. Pompeii. New York: Crowell, 1986. Archaeological Institute of America …
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