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Using a Simulated Site to Teach Data Analysis in Archaeology

by Patricia C. Rice
Anthropology and Education Quarterly ()
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Abstract

Describes a hands-on laboratory to use with simulated archaeology sites for teaching data collection and interpretation to college students. Students play the role of professional archaeologist in analyzing artifacts and ecofacts and in writing a "site report" based on their excavation and analysis. (KH)

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