Students examine artifacts to classify them correctly. Using pictures of artifacts or objects, they answer questions about the ways of life of a group of people. They develop a hypothesis and use the artifacts to answer the question.
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New Review It's the Heat and the Pressure?
Ready for a change? Give a comprehensive collection of metamorphic materials a try! With the assortment of printables and lab activities, you won't be under pressure to keep things lively. The unit culminates by having pupils complete an...
6th Science CCSS: Designed
Archeology and Artifacts: Stones River National Battlefield
Students organize items in a "doohickey kit" distributed by the teachers, creating categories using classification schemes. For this classification lesson, students compare systems within groups and write questions that could be answered...
4th - 6th English Language Arts
Introduction to the History of the Holocaust
The Holocaust is unbelievable! Examine this piece of history with your class. Using the Internet, research groups determine the relevance of information presented, compare how different sites present the same information, synthesize...
7th - 9th Social Studies & History