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Dig It! Discovering Archaeology By Haffenreffer Museum
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Enabling teachers to broaden their tools for teaching about archaeology. Students will be introduced to archaeological methods with activities that cover math, science, and writing skills. Reading... More > content and activities are recommended for grades four through eight. Free electronic version available from our website at brown.edu/Haffenreffer.< Less
Culture Connect: Experience the Cultures of the World By Haffenreffer Museum
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Free downloadable version available on our website at brown.edu/Haffenreffer. Enabling teachers to broaden their tools for teaching about multiculturalism. In this curriculum packet, students... More > will be introduced to the concept of culture and will learn about the Maya, Hmong, and Kiowa and Comanche cultures. Students will explore their own and their neighbors' cultures. Reading content recommended for all readers. Activities are recommended for grades one through eight.< Less
Sankofa: African Americans in Rhode Island By Haffenreffer Museum
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A standards-linked resource packet for teaching about African American History and Culture in Rhode Island. Recommended for grades six through eight. A free electronic version is available on our... More > website. brown.edu/Haffenreffer< Less
Archaeological Ethics and Laws By Haffenreffer Museum
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Have you ever wondered if archaeologists get to keep their finds? Do your students ask about excavating human bones? This packet begins by explaining the roles of ethics and laws archaeologists... More > must abide by and answers common questions non-archaeologists often have such as where archaeologists are allowed to dig and why can’t anyone dig wherever they want. This informational portion of the packet provides your students with such background information, and you may choose to have your students use these sections for group, partner, or independent reading. Following this are ready-to-use lesson plan activities by using real case studies. Students will reflect on the case studies and formulate well thought out responses to ethical dilemmas. Written for grades six through eight.< Less