Teaching the Middle Stone Age: The Archaeology Skills Log

TEACHING THE MIDDLE STONE AGE: ARCHAEOLOGY SKILLS LOG

Learning outcomes:
These activities support the teaching of historical skills, literacy, numeracy and art.

Five sections with 13 classroom activities which take pupils through five steps to becoming an archaeologist: finding out information, identifying things, recording objects, analysing how people lived and telling others about Star Carr.

As well as classroom activities, this contains sets of information (fact checks) about the period. There are also debating points which highlight disagreements about what we think the period was like or where there is more than one possible interpretation of the archaeological evidence.

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  • Skills_Log_activities_Analyse.pdf
  • Skills_Log_activities_Identify.pdf
  • Skills_Log_contents.doc
  • Skills_Log_information_sheets.pdf
  • Skills_Log_information_sheets.ppt
  • Skills_Log_pupils.pdf
  • Skills_Log_teacher.pdf
  • Skills_Log_workbook_bow_pupils.pdf
  • Skills_Log_workbook_bow_teacher.pdf
  • Skills_Log_workbook_headdress_pupils.pdf
  • Skills_Log_workbook_headdress_teacher.pdf
  • Skills_Log_workbook_pendant_pupils.pdf
  • Skills_Log_workbook_pendant_teacher.pdf
  • Skills_Log_worksheets_pupils.pdf
  • Skills_Log_worksheets_pupils.ppt
  • Skills_Log_worksheets_teacher.pdf
  • Skills_Log_worksheets_teacher.ppt

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Created: May 31, 2018

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pdf, 75 MB

Skills_Log_activities_Analyse

Activity

pdf, 12 MB

Skills_Log_activities_Identify

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Skills_Log_contents

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