Archaeology and Storytelling

Learners identify and interpret both individual families and whole cultures learn about their pasts by collecting and analyzing stories and artifacts. Then they identify that not all archaeological finds readily reveal their history to archeologists. Students also contribute a written story to a class anthology of oral literature involving a student's family directly or should touch on an important theme, event, or explanation in a student's cultural group.

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