Archeology

Candace Shock

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At this station the kids had to look at a set of artifacts and determined, from the artifacts alone, what kind of lifestyle the people had. Some lifestyles would be nomadic, semi-nomadic, or stationary. After this the kids would give a presentation to the rest of the group about their findings. Then they were asked questions about the people they were researching. Some of the questions were:
-What did these people eat?
-How did they get what they ate? (farming, foraging, hunting)
-What kind of an environment did they live in?
-When did they live?


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