7 edition of Archaeology in the Classroom found in the catalog.
January 1, 2001
by Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
California Archaeology in the Classroom Lesson Plans and Resources for Archaeologists Giving a Presentation The lesson plan below is designed to provide a trained archaeologist with a starting point to go into a classroom, scouting group, or retirement community and talk about archaeology. Archaeology involves understanding the context in the soil and the ground in which the artifact is discovered, which, properly studied, helps us understand the artifact. Layers in a dig box are created by using sand, mulch, peat moss, or kitty litter.
This book is now available online. Particularly of interest is "Chapter 4: Protecting Archeological Sites through Education". Public Education Committee brochures The Arkansas Archaeological Survey has posted Society for American Archaeology information sheets online. Archaeology is the study of the past by looking for the remains and artifacts (historical things) left by the people who lived long ago. Click to see the fact file or download our comprehensive worksheet pack to utilise within the classroom or home environment.
My students need archaeology books and magazines which will support and integrate our social studies and reading curriculum. The wise Dr. Seuss once wrote, You're on track to get doubled donations (and unlock a reward for the colleague who referred you). This important collection represents current thinking in feminist studies in archaeology. Its contributors are primarily anthropologists but the book also includes essays by a bioanthropologist and an historian of technology. All are leading scholars who, using a range of methodologies and theoretical frameworks, integrate gender into the central questions with which archaeologists have.
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Out of 5 stars Great Guide for Classroom and Field Archaeology. Reviewed in the United States on Novem Concise, well crafted and packed with the most modern information pertinent to the field of archaeology. The author shares her experience as a professor, offering guidence to those considering entering the field.5/5(1).
Archaeology brings together all the major disciplines – science, math, language arts, social science – fulfilling many Sunshine State Standards and adequately preparing students for standardize tests like the FCAT.
More importantly, it provides students withFile Size: 4MB. The Archaeology Book has been developed with three educational levels in mind.
These can be utilized for the classroom, independent study, or homeschool setting. Archaeology Projects for Kids Treasure Hunt. A simulated dig site helps students experience the proper process for the discovery of artifacts.
Pottery Puzzle. Archaeologists often find shards of broken pottery they must piece together to determine the shape and Reading Landscape. Students learn. The Archaeology Book (Wonders of Creation) – Developed with three educational levels in mind, The Archaeology Book takes you on an exciting exploration of history and ancient cultures.
You'll learn both the techniques of the archaeologist and the accounts of some of the richest discoveries of the Middle East that demonstrate the accuracy and historicity of the Bible. The Exluded Past is a ground-breaking book that examines the uneasy relationship between archaeology and education.
It argues that archaeologists. Join AITC every Saturday at 11 am (EST) on zoom for a new archaeology book each week. We will be reading terrestrial and underwater archaeology books. Click the word Story Time to join each week.
Story Time May 16th: The book is “Hidden Army, Clay Soldiers of Ancient China” an archaeology book for students in grades 3rd – 6th grade. The Bible Unearthed: Archaeology's New Vision of Ancient Israel and the Origin of Its Sacred Texts. Welcome to Archaeology in the Classroom - It's About Time.
Tá fíorchaoin fáilte romhat, welcome to It's About Time. This is a collaborative initiative between Limerick Education Centre and the Department of the Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.
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Doing Archaeology in the Classroom: A Sandbox Dig, but first, teach your students what is legal and illegal about "digs" Free Archaeology Activity Pack from the Museum of London - I especially like the hairbrush activity. A Classroom Activity: Classifying Artifacts in the Classroom.
Interactive Online Quiz with Answers for Kids about. If you would like to book a session, or just to talk over how archaeology might help your class get in touch via the contact page.
More activities for schools Archaeology in the classroom is only one of a range of activities for schools. Click here to find out about the others.
NC Project Archaeology: Lesson Plans __ "Project Archaeology lesson plans for North Carolina are available in a book called Intrigue of the Past: North Carolina's First Peoples, published by the Research Laboratories of Archaeology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill." If you do not want to get the book, you will find the plans online.
Time in Transition: It’s About Time 2 was designed specifically to integrate across the TY programme. It aimed to inform Transition Year students about archaeology in an interesting and interactive way.
As archaeology is a very practical subject, it was hoped that the students would readily engage with it, and acquire the skills and knowledge to appreciate the richness of their local heritage. Scientific literacy at the school. An inquiry about Archaeology in the classroom.
Book June This book has been translated to Spanish (, Teoría arqueológica: una introducción. Get this from a library. Archaeology in the classroom: a resource guide for teachers and parents.
[Wendy O'Brien; Tracey Cullen; Archaeological Institute of America.]. This resource guide contains information about a wide range of archaeology related education materials available in North America.
Resources listed include books, magazines, curriculum guides, resource packets, films, videos, kits of simulated artifacts, computer programs, games, museums, site specific resources, historical societies and organizations, and teacher- training by: 1. This book includes everything teachers will need to help students conduct real-life archaeological digs.
Packed with activities, this book first offers small-scale activities that can easily be conducted in the classroom using everyday materials. Maritime Archaeology - A Mock Shipwreck for the Classroom, instructions, lesson and activity.
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Archaeological Activity Guide for Teachers, free, pages. This book explores an exciting selection of archaeological greats, including the buried Roman city at Pompeii, the discovery of the splendors of Tutankhamen's tomb, early American settlement at Cahokia, and battlefield archaeology at Little Bighorn.
Using archaeology in the classroom also encourages small group learning. Finally, it can help students learn the importance of historical sites.
The Florida Public Archaeology Network offers a similar plan. There’s a lot there.BLM provides classroom activities that incorporate online interactive components and printable posters. Of special interest is the nationwide teaching resource Project Archaeology. Anthropology on the Internet for K, Smithsonian Institution Libraries.
This book presents novel and interesting ways of teaching archaeological concepts and processes to college and university students. Seeking alternatives to the formal lecture format, the various contributions seek better ways of communicating the complexities of human behavior and of engaging students in active learning about the :