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What is paleohistory? the HUMAN's investigation past from the examination ... Paleontology and grade 7 and 8 classes. Applies to the educational modules for contemplating: cooperation ...
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Paleontology Linking Ontario Students and Their Past Cathy MacDonald and Joanne Lea OHASSTA Conference Toronto, 2008

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What is paleohistory? the investigation of the HUMAN past from the examination of stays of material society: - relics (materials adjusted and utilized by people e.g. a hatchet) - ecofact (alteration of nature by people e.g. a trench) can be a piece of Anthropology, History authorized and managed by the administration

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We all realize what it would appear that...

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...or isn\'t that right? Since, archaic exploration happens right here, in CANADA.

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Archeology is a study that utilizations logical techniques. ( whips, precious stone skulls or tomb assaulting) An exploration plan in view of speculations is made. Introductory examination is led (narrative and oral sources.)

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Surveys and tests are led to check whether more research is required.

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Excavation might be embraced.

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Careful records are kept through mapping, photography, and note taking.

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Evidence is moderated, inventoried, investigated and deciphered to add to our comprehension of the past.

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Oral convention: Turtle Island framed on the back of a turtle; from that came all life; the general population have dependably been here. Archeological data about peopling of Canada, to date... 5 000 B.P. Thule from Siberia and Islands via ocean B.P. signifies "before present" 40 000-12 000 B.P. from Siberia by means of Beringia 1 000 B.P. Norse via ocean 500 B.P. European anglers, pioneers and colonizers via ocean 10 000 – 5 000 B.P. taking after softening icy masses from the south via land

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Archeology in evaluation 7 and 8 classes

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Archeology and grade 7 and 8 classes Applies to the educational programs for considering: cooperation between First Nations and Europeans; foundation of European settlements; every day life in Acadia, New France, British North America, Rupert\'s Land, the Yukon, basic considering. Applies to investigations of strategies for considering the past: essential sources (e.g. antiques, reports) - their advantages and impediments contrasted with optional sources. Can incorporate an assortment of branches of knowledge (History, Geography, Math, Science, Arts. Dialect - English, French and First Nations Languages). Hands-on. Assets accessible e.g. speakers, destinations, exhibition halls, Canadian Archeological Association K-12 educational modules with downloadable lessons and Ontario Archeology Teaching Resource from

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