Resource Package 18: Archaeology
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Want to give your students the opportunity to see through the eyes of an archaeologist for a better understanding of an historic event, geographic location, or for an interdisciplinary experience in science, history, and social studies? Do you have students interested in what happens at an archaeological dig? Or how archaeologists decide where to dig, how to dig, what tools to use, and how to identify what they find? Then these videos, learning activities, activity ideas, and associated resources in our Archaeology Resource Package are for you. Resources explore these questions and more as students hear directly from archaeologists and even get to tour an active archaeological dig. Extend your STEM resources, enrich your curriculum on scientific and historic inquiry, and offer opportunities for student’s independent study through our Archaeology Resource Package.
Teacher Tool 391: Archaeology Resource Package--Reading and Resource Lists
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Teacher Tool 392: Archaeology Resource Package--Writing Activity Ideas
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Teacher Tool 393: Archaeology Resource Package--Vocabulary
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