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Project Archaeology > Teacher Resources
 

Poster - Please don't erase traces of NH's past

 

"Boy In the Water" Adobe Acrobat
Observation and inference worksheet

Project Archaeology Powerpoint
Powerpoint presentation used for April 19, 2013 teacher workshop

Coorelation Between Project Archaeology &
NH Educational Standards
Adobe Acrobat

Poster: Please Don't Erase Traces of NH's Past Adobe Acrobat

NH Bibliography: Recommended Resources for NH Archaeology Adobe Acrobat

5 Essential Concepts to Teach in Archaeology Adobe Acrobat
Society for American Archaeology, Public Education Committee

Archaeological Education Resources Microsoft Word
Compiled by Scott A. McLaughlin

Getting Young People Hooked on the Past: Lessons Learned in Developing Archeological Programs for Middle School Students Adobe Acrobat
by David Dose, Former Teacher, Kellogg Middle School, Idaho

MYTHS AND MISCONCEPTIONS Adobe Acrobat
Society for American Archaeology, Public Education Committee

SAA Principles of Archaeological Ethics Microsoft Word
Keith W. Kintigh

The Fourth "R" - Archaeology Adobe Acrobat
Society for American Archaeology

Experience Archaeology Brochure Adobe Acrobat
Society for American Archaeology

Americans Dig Archaeology! Adobe Acrobat
Society for American Archaeology

Archaeology: Building Our Future by Protecting the Past Adobe Acrobat
Society for American Archaeology

TIMELINE FROM ICE AGES TO EUROPEAN ARRIVAL IN NEW ENGLAND Adobe Acrobat
Mitchell T. Mulholland & Kit Curran, Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts Amherst

To Dig or Not to Dig Adobe Acrobat
Nancy Hawkins

Why Teach Archaeology? Adobe Acrobat
Society for American Archaeology, Public Education Committee

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