ARCHEOLOGY Park Service Project archeology from the Bureau of Land Management Eastern StatesRock Art Research Association links to lesson plans archeology in the http://www.mtsu.edu/~then/Archeology/page6.html
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Extractions: Uses reading skills and strategies to understand a variety of informational texts (e.g., textbooks, biographical sketches, letters, diaries, directions, procedures, magazines, essays, primary source historical documents, editorials, news stories, periodicals, catalogs, job-related materials, schedules, speeches, memoranda, public documents, maps)
NOVA | Teachers | Find By Subject | PBS Anthropology, archeology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Forensics, Health Science. Websites, NOVA's history, Subscribe to the NOVA bulletin, lesson plans and more for http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/teachers/resources/subject.html
Extractions: We have catalogued our classroom resources into the following subjects. If you wish to see all the resources available in a given subject, click on the subject or on the program contents icon. If you are looking for one type of resource only, you can narrow your search by clicking on that icon. You may also find by program title To narrow your search click on the icons in the grid below. Anthropology Archeology Chemistry Earth Science ... Public Health To narrow your search click on the icons in the grid above. Next: Life Science, Mathematics, Paleontology, Physical Science by Title by Subject: Anthropology, Archeology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Forensics, Health Science Life Science, Mathematics, Paleontology, Physical Science Science and Society, Social Studies, Space Science, Technological Design NOVA homepage ... Teachers Site Map Updated March 2003
Lesson Plans Acadian Culture SLEC / CDLS lesson plans ACADIAN CULTURE SAMPLE lesson PLAN II Objects Speak to Us/Archeological ofExperience The Acadians Subject archeology, Artifacts, Objects http://www.unb.ca/slec/lelien/resources/lessons_acadian.html
Extractions: Reflection/Re-integration The Basic information allows the teacher to immediately identify the theme, topic and materials. Outcomes are stated for each of the multidimensional syllabi. The Teaching/learning Steps and Procedures involve three components. The personalisation phase allows learners to consider their own experiences and attitudes about the subject under consideration. The contextualisation phase offers key information about the communicative situation and the nature of the text. Regarding the communicative situation students should know who is communicating with whom, for what reason, in what relationship (eg., mother-daughter, boss-employee, friend-friend). The nature of the text should be made clear by indicating certain key discourse characteristics (eg. poems may have uneven lines and atypical punctuation; letters usually have formulaic openings and closings). Teachers will also encourage learners to use their knowledge of similar texts from their mother tongue. Employed effectively, these two components, personalization and contextualisation, permit learners to anticipate new information.
WSU Social Studies Education Lesson Plans lesson plans As part of required coursework, students of Social Studies Educationplan lessons. Here are some of our ideas. Anthropology, archeology Dig, Elem. http://ted.coe.wayne.edu/sse/lesson/
Extractions: Lesson Plans As part of required coursework, students of Social Studies Education plan lessons. Here are some of our ideas. Subject Topic Grade Level Anthropology Methods of Collecting Anthropology Archeology Dig Elem Anthropology Time Capsule Upper Elem Economics Distribution Elem Economics Free Market Production Geography World Geography Jeopardy MS/ HS Geography Road Trip MS/ HS Government Classroom Constitution Government Laws MS/ HS Government Laws (2) MS/ HS Government Presidential Powers Psychology Rorschach Inkblot Test HS Hist/geo/soc The Upper Pennisula Sociology Essential Buildings in the Community Sociology Honesty Elem Sociology Classroom Jobs Elem Return to the Social Studies Education home page
Archeology Dig Lesson Plan SUBJECT archeology TOPIC archeology Dig GRADE LEVEL Elementary CREATORS AreejAlnaraie, Margaret Burchi, Lisa Lewis, Laura Mann Return to lesson plans Index. http://ted.coe.wayne.edu/sse/lesson/dig.htm
Extractions: Procedure Divide the class into cooperative learning groups. Each group should appoint a discussion leader, scribe, presenter or any other tasks depending on the size of the group. Tell the class they are part of an archeological team that has discovered a site where some interesting artifacts are located. Their task is to continue with the dig and see what they can find. Give each group a shoebox containing the items they will be digging up, a sheet of paper to record their findings, and the tools that will be used.
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Extractions: Illinois Department of Natural Resources ENTICE NAVIGATION MENU ENTICE Lesson Plans and Action Research Reports The following Illinois-specific plans have been compiled by IDNR educators and Illinois certified teachers. Lesson plans for your classroom can be searched by topic or grade level. By clicking a grade level, you can view a detailed list of lesson plans specifically targeted for that grade level. Or, by clicking on a topic you can view all grade level plans for that category. Most lesson plans are correlated to the Illinois State Learning Standards and have been tested in Illinois classrooms. We would appreciate your feedback on the usefulness of these lesson plans. Should you have any constructive criticism to add to the lesson or to the function of this portion of the Illinois ENTICE Web site, please email us PreK-2
Lesson Plans Links to both lesson plans and strategies for teaching social science, history, and government.Category Reference Education Elementary Social Studies Designed for middle school students, the site features lesson plans, work sheets,time lines, clip art, and maps for archeology, Early Man, Mesopotamia, Egypt http://www.csun.edu/~hcedu013/plans.html
Extractions: Academy Social Studies Curriculum Exchange Elementary School (K-5). 50 lesson plans for primary grade students. Academy Social Studies Curriculum Exchange Intermediate School (6-8). 80 lesson plans appropriate for grades 6-8. Academy Social Studies Curriculum Exchange High School (9-12). 95 lesson plans suitable for the high school level. Academy Miscellaneous Curriculum Exchange Elementary School (K-5). 36 miscellaneous lesson plans for students in grades k-5. Academy Miscellaneous Curriculum Exchange Intermediate School (6-8). 25 miscellaneous lesson plans for the middle school. Academy Miscellaneous Curriculum Exchange High School (9-12). 14 miscellaneous lesson plans for the 9-12 grades. Afghanistan:Land in Crisis. Afghanistan: Land in Crisis, presented by National Geograpic.Com., features news, background, online activities, teachers' guides, lesson plans, a regularly updated interactive map, photos, and a message board. Africa. Based on a PBS broadcast, the site includes: Africa for Kids where Fimi, a youngster from Nigeria serves as the guide to a variety of fun activities for elementary level students; Photoscope where older students can look at contemporary Africa in five photo essays; and Africa Challenge where students can show how much they know by playing a game. Also featured is Teacher Tools with four units on Africa.
Extractions: Bibliography A special group of scientists, called archaeologists , help us find out about human life in the past. Their field of study is called archaeology or archeology. Archaeologists study the remains of past human life, like bones, arrowheads and pottery to learn about life before men and women had writing. The remains of tools, like pottery and arrowheads, are called artifacts . The remains of living things, like bones, are called fossils Scientists used a testing method called radiocarbon dating to help us learn about the earliest time when the PaleoIndians were living in different parts of the country. Virginia is in the Southeast United States. Scientists have some evidence that parts of the American Southeast were populated as early as 12,000 years ago. Populated means that people lived there. They have found artifacts left by PaleoIndians in Florida from over 12,000 years ago. Some of Virginia's early Indians may have come here from
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Archaeology Lesson Plans students act as archaeologists by analyzing these plans. Canada, answers questionsabout archeology and artifacts. As It Maya In this lesson, students create http://www.teach-nology.com/teachers/lesson_plans/science/archaeology/
Extractions: Free Sites ... Professional Development Enter your email address for FREE weekly teaching tips! Home Teacher Resources Lesson Plans Science ... A Matter of Life and Death - In this lesson, students research burial tombs of ancient Egypt. Acting as pharaohs of Egypt, students create burial plans to illustrate what items they would include in their own tombs and why. Then, other students act as archaeologists by analyzing these plans. Arbuckle's Fort Archaeology - An entire online excavation. "Archaeology Dig" - Generally children do not have knowledge of or understand the methods of collecting information about pre-historic peoples. A question most often asked is, "If there was no writing, how do you know what they were like?" Archaeology WebQuest - You will examine and compare Illinois, Ontario, Canada and the Southeastern United States in the following areas: a) uses and forms of ceramics, b) uses and forms of projectile points, and c) what and how the natives ate. Ask the Archaeologist - Archeologist Bob Pearce of the London Museum of Archaeology in Ontario, Canada, answers questions about archeology and artifacts.
Internet Lesson Plans Created By Katy ISD Teachers Learning Pathways. Internet lesson plans Developed by Katy ISD Teachers. Other archeology(Challenge); Kid Economy (Challenge); Basketball (Physical Education). http://www.katy.isd.tenet.edu/pathways/katyless/lessons.htm
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Archeology LP lesson Title archeology. Objective Return to Learning Pathways. Returnto Teacher Topics lesson plans by Katy ISD Professionals. http://www.katy.isd.tenet.edu/pathways/katyless/edge/ledge.html
Extractions: Sundown Elementary Lesson Title: Archeology Objective: SW compare and contrast the ancient civilizations of the Mayans and the Egyptians Internet Skills: Learn to use the internet as a tool for documentation for our topic. Learn how to use bookmarks for bibliography and graphic source citing purposes. Subject Area: Elementary G/T unit on the topic of "Change" Grade Level: Grades 1-5 Challenge students Resources: Internet connection with World Wide Web access. Videos: This Old Pyramid-NOVA; Voyage of the MIMI II series CD-ROMs: Pyramids-Imagination Express; Exploring the Lost Maya Books: The Egyptian Cinderella /Harper Trophy press The Hummingbird King /Troll Books Tut Tut-The Time Warp Trio /Viking Press Pyramids /Kingfisher Press Mysteries of the Pyramids /Aladdin Books Procedure: All activities will be completed within these web sites: Do-It-Yourself Mayan Stele
Lesson Plans GRADE FIVE lesson plans. Aquatics, archeology Lab and Dig, Healthy Habitat. http://www.wcboe.k12.md.us/mainfold/schoopag/otherins/fairview/lessonplans.htm
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From A Distance Lesson Plans Click here to search the lesson plans Without a Shovel, 59, Science Technology,To explore the uses and benefits of remote sensing in the field of archeology. http://wwwedu.ssc.nasa.gov/fad/browse.asp?offset=10
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