Lessons for Archaeology

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  • Dining and Reclining: A Greco-Roman Feast - … hosts. * ancient beliefs about divination (Fortune-telling booth, if used). * archaeological, mythological, theatrical, and literary information about the ancient world (specific … be reused. Some food, prizes, paper plates, plastic silverware, and Archaeological Institute of America 2 AIA Education Department Lesson Plans Greco … take several hours. Students should certainly be expected to assist. Archaeological Institute of America 4 AIA Education Department Lesson Plans Greco …
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  • Archaeological Methods - … a lesson BROWSE lessons DISCUSS Page Archaeological Methods Grade Levels: Subjects: fourth social fifth studies sixth archaeology seventh Discuss this lesson: Author … day, an educational video dealing with archaeology is shown) Description: Students will learn about archaeological methods and conduct their own dig using … video viewed in part one of the lesson dealing with archaeology and archaeological excavation methods. Have students access the internet site, http …
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  • Archaeological context - … Research Laboratories of Archaeology (Ward, H. Trawick, and R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr. 1999. Time Before History: The Archaeology of North Carolina … their study of archaeological issues students will use ethical dilemmas to examine their own values and beliefs about archaeological site protection. They … to learn about the past. Related topics Learn more about archaeology, artifacts, cooperative learning, problem-solving, and social studies. Help Please …
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  • Artifact classification - … Research Laboratories of Archaeology (Ward, H. Trawick, and R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr. 1999. Time Before History: The Archaeology of North Carolina … purpose of archaeological research is to learn about the lifeways of past peoples. The research design developed for each archaeological project usually … ? Closure Summarize what students have learned about classification and answering archaeological research questions. Evaluation Students hand in the "Classification" activity sheet …
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  • Observation and inference - … Research Laboratories of Archaeology (Ward, H. Trawick, and R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr. 1999. Time Before History: The Archaeology of North Carolina … a problem-solving approach; demonstrate their knowledge by analyzing an archaeological artifact and creating their own observation-inference statements. Materials "Algonkian … is verified. Archaeologists construct careful hypotheses when making inferences from archaeological data. Setting the stage Present students with a possible observation …
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  • Archaeobotany - … of this book covers fundamental concepts, processes, and issues of archaeology, and describes the peoples and cultures of the Paleoindian, Archaic … . Related topics Learn more about American Indians, North Carolina, archaeobotany, archaeology, biology, geography, history, plants, science, seeds, and social studies. Help … : a specialist who studies seeds and other plant remains from archaeological sites in order to understand the relationships between plants and …
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  • Archaeological Finds - … In Learning Home Programs Instructional Resources Events Calendar Contact Us Archaeological Finds Lesson Plans Home Education Home From reluctance to total … understanding of the goals and methods of archaeology and to write a report of an archaeological dig at a site associated with … . Step A Explore the Science of Archaeology 1. Start Encarta and click Articles. Read the article Archaeology, paying particular attention to the …
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  • Chronology: The Time Of My Life - … their timelines with the chronological information contained in a stratified archaeological site. Materials Ten strips of colored paper, scissors, glue; "My … information organized for analysis. Stratigraphy: the layering of deposits in archaeological sites. Cultural evidence and natural sediments become buried over time … were even fewer strips. Connect this activity to archaeological sites by stressing how archaeological data is usually impossible to place in chronological …
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  • Tree-Ring Dating - … experience how archaeologists can sometimes use tree rings to date archaeological evidence and study past climates. Materials For the teacher, transparencies … -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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  • Shadows of North Carolina's Past - … of how these change through time. Archaeology is often considered a specialty within anthropology. Archaeology: a method for studying past human cultures based on material evidence (artifacts and sites). Archaeology is often practiced … past events and cultures using written records, oral traditions, and archaeological evidence as sources of information. Horticulture: the cultivation of gardens …
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