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Appendix 4
LESSON INDEX



In the three sections that follow, the lessons in this book are indexed by subject areas, skills, and strategies. The terminology corresponds to that used in each lesson's heading. The lesson number precedes each title.



Subjects

Careers
5.1. Archaeology as a Career

Language Arts
1.1. Why is the Past Important?
1.2. Culture Everywhere
1.3. Observation and Inference
1.4. Archaeological Context
1.5. Chronology: The Time of My Life
1.6. Classification and Attributes
1.7. Scientific Inquiry
1.8. It's in the Garbage
2.1. Gridding a Site
2.3. Artifact Classification
2.4. Tree-Ring Dating
2.5. Archaeobotany
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
2.11. Inference by Analogy
4.1. Shadows of North Carolina's Past
4.3. Name That Point!
4.4. Pottery Traditions
4.5. A Siouan Village
4.6. Language Families
4.7. North Carolina Place Names
5.2. Rock Art
5.4. Artifact Ethics
5.5. Site Robbers
5.6. A Guided Journey into the Past
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Mathematics
2.1. Gridding a Site
2.4. Tree-Ring Dating
2.5. Archaeobotany
2.6. Measuring Pots
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
2.10. Archaeological Soils
4.2. Shifting Coastlines
4.3. Name That Point!
4.6. Language Families

Music
5.6. A Guided Journey into the Past

Science
1.1. Why is the Past Important?
1.3. Observation and Inference
1.4. Archaeological Context
1.5. Chronology: The Time of My Life
1.6. Classification and Attributes
1.7. Scientific Inquiry
1.8. It's in the Garbage
2.1. Gridding a Site
2.2. Stratigraphy and Cross-Dating
2.3. Artifact Classification
2.4. Tree-Ring Dating
2.5. Archaeobotany
2.6. Measuring Pots
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
2.8. Mending Pottery
2.9. Looking at an Object
2.10. Archaeological Soils
2.11. Inference by Analogy
4.1. Shadows of North Carolina's Past
4.2. Shifting Coastlines
4.3. Name That Point!
4.4. Pottery Traditions
4.5. A Siouan Village
5.1. Archaeology as a Career
5.2. Rock Art
5.3. Creating Your Own Rock Art
5.5. Site Robbers
5.6. A Guided Journey into the Past
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Social Studies
1.1. Why is the Past Important?
1.2. Culture Everywhere
1.3. Observation and Inference
1.4. Archaeological Context
1.5. Chronology: The Time of My Life
1.7. Scientific Inquiry
1.8. It's in the Garbage
2.4. Tree-Ring Dating
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
2.8. Mending Pottery
2.9. Looking at an Object
2.11. Inference by Analogy
3.1. The Pathfinders
3.2. The Forest People
3.3. The Pottery Makers
3.4. The Village Farmers
4.1. Shadows of North Carolina's Past
4.4. Pottery Traditions
4.5. A Siouan Village
4.6. Language Families
4.7. North Carolina Place Names
5.2. Rock Art
5.4. Artifact Ethics
5.5. Site Robbers
5.6. A Guided Journey into the Past
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Visual Arts
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
2.8. Mending Pottery
4.4. Pottery Traditions
5.2. Rock Art
5.3. Creating Your Own Rock Art



Skills

Analysis
1.2. Culture Everywhere
1.3. Observation and Inference
1.5. Chronology: The Time of My Life
1.6. Classification and Attributes
1.7. Scientific Inquiry
1.8. It's in the Garbage
2.1. Gridding a Site
2.2. Stratigraphy and Cross-Dating
2.3. Artifact Classification
2.4. Tree-Ring Dating
2.5. Archaeobotany
2.6. Measuring Pots
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
2.8. Mending Pottery
2.9. Looking at an Object
2.10. Archaeological Soils
2.11. Inference by Analogy
4.1. Shadows of North Carolina's Past
4.2. Shifting Coastlines
4.3. Name That Point!
4.5. A Siouan Village
4.6. Language Families
4.7. North Carolina Place Names
5.2. Rock Art
5.4. Artifact Ethics
5.5. Site Robbers
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Application
1.1. Why is the Past Important?
1.3. Observation and Inference
1.4. Archaeological Context
1.5. Chronology: The Time of My Life
1.6. Classification and Attributes
1.7. Scientific Inquiry
1.8. It's in the Garbage
2.1. Gridding a Site
2.2. Stratigraphy and Cross-Dating
2.3. Artifact Classification
2.4. Tree-Ring Dating
2.5. Archaeobotany
2.6. Measuring Pots
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
4.1. Shadows of North Carolina's Past
4.2. Shifting Coastlines
4.3. Name That Point!
4.5. A Siouan Village
5.1. Archaeology as a Career
5.2. Rock Art
5.4. Artifact Ethics
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Comprehension
1.2. Culture Everywhere
1.3. Observation and Inference
1.4. Archaeological Context
1.5. Chronology: The Time of My Life
1.6. Classification and Attributes
2.1. Gridding a Site
2.2. Stratigraphy and Cross-Dating
2.4. Tree-Ring Dating
2.5. Archaeobotany
2.6. Measuring Pots
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
4.1. Shadows of North Carolina's Past
4.4. Pottery Traditions
4.5. A Siouan Village
5.1. Archaeology as a Career
5.2. Rock Art

Evaluation
1.1. Why is the Past Important?
1.2. Culture Everywhere
1.3. Observation and Inference
1.4. Archaeological Context
1.5. Chronology: The Time of My Life
1.6. Classification and Attributes
1.7. Scientific Inquiry
1.8. It's in the Garbage
2.1. Gridding a Site
2.2. Stratigraphy and Cross-Dating
2.3. Artifact Classification
2.4. Tree-Ring Dating
2.5. Archaeobotany
2.6. Measuring Pots
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
2.8. Mending Pottery
2.9. Looking at an Object
2.10. Archaeological Soils
2.11. Inference by Analogy
4.1. Shadows of North Carolina's Past
4.2. Shifting Coastlines
4.3. Name That Point!
4.7. North Carolina Place Names
5.1. Archaeology as a Career
5.2. Rock Art
5.4. Artifact Ethics
5.5. Site Robbers
5.6. A Guided Journey into the Past
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Knowledge
1.1. Why is the Past Important?
1.2. Culture Everywhere
1.3. Observation and Inference
1.4. Archaeological Context
1.5. Chronology: The Time of My Life
1.6. Classification and Attributes
2.1. Gridding a Site
2.2. Stratigraphy and Cross-Dating
2.4. Tree-Ring Dating
2.5. Archaeobotany
2.6. Measuring Pots
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
2.10. Archaeological Soils
2.11. Inference by Analogy
4.1. Shadows of North Carolina's Past
4.2. Shifting Coastlines
4.3. Name That Point!
4.4. Pottery Traditions
4.5. A Siouan Village
4.6. Language Families
4.7. North Carolina Place Names
5.1. Archaeology as a Career
5.2. Rock Art

Synthesis
1.4. Archaeological Context
1.7. Scientific Inquiry
1.8. It's in the Garbage
2.5. Archaeobotany
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
2.11. Inference by Analogy
4.4. Pottery Traditions
5.3. Creating Your Own Rock Art
5.4. Artifact Ethics
5.5. Site Robbers
5.6. A Guided Journey into the Past
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past



Strategies

Analogy
1.5. Chronology: The Time of My Life
2.6. Measuring Pots
2.11. Inference by Analogy
4.4. Pottery Traditions
5.5. Site Robbers

Brainstorming
1.1. Why is the Past Important?
1.2. Culture Everywhere
2.1. Gridding a Site
2.5. Archaeobotany
2.6. Measuring Pots
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
5.1. Archaeology as a Career
5.2. Rock Art
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Categorize
1.2. Culture Everywhere

Classification
1.6. Classification and Attributes
1.7. Scientific Inquiry
1.8. It's in the Garbage
2.3. Artifact Classification
2.5. Archaeobotany
2.9. Looking at an Object
2.10. Archaeological Soils
4.1. Shadows of North Carolina's Past
4.3. Name That Point!
4.4. Pottery Traditions
4.5. A Siouan Village
4.6. Language Families

Communication
5.4. Artifact Ethics
5.5. Site Robbers
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Compare and Contrast
1.2. Culture Everywhere
1.6. Classification and Attributes
2.6. Measuring Pots
2.8. Mending Pottery
4.1. Shadows of North Carolina's Past
4.4. Pottery Traditions
4.7. North Carolina Place Names

Composing
5.4. Artifact Ethics
5.6. A Guided Journey into the Past

Computation
2.4. Tree-Ring Dating
2.6. Measuring Pots
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
2.10. Archaeological Soils
4.2. Shifting Coastlines
4.6. Language Families

Debate
5.4. Artifact Ethics
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Decision Making
1.3. Observation and Inference
1.6. Classification and Attributes
4.5. A Siouan Village
5.4. Artifact Ethics
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Discussion
1.1. Why is the Past Important?
1.2. Culture Everywhere
1.4. Archaeological Context
1.5. Chronology: The Time of My Life
1.8. It's in the Garbage
2.2. Stratigraphy and Cross-Dating
2.4. Tree-Ring Dating
2.5. Archaeobotany
2.6. Measuring Pots
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
4.4. Pottery Traditions
4.5. A Siouan Village
4.6. Language Families
4.7. North Carolina Place Names
5.2. Rock Art
5.4. Artifact Ethics
5.5. Site Robbers
5.6. A Guided Journey into the Past
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Drawing
5.2. Rock Art
5.3. Creating Your Own Rock Art
5.4. Artifact Ethics
5.6. A Guided Journey into the Past

Experiment
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage

Forecasting
1.5. Chronology: The Time of My Life
1.8. It's in the Garbage
2.4. Tree-Ring Dating
2.5. Archaeobotany

Game
1.4. Archaeological Context

Graphing
2.5. Archaeobotany
4.2. Shifting Coastlines

Guided Imagery
5.6. A Guided Journey into the Past

Interviewing
5.1. Archaeology as a Career
5.5. Site Robbers

Invention
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
4.4. Pottery Traditions
5.3. Creating Your Own Rock Art

Mapping
2.1. Gridding a Site
2.11. Inference by Analogy
4.2. Shifting Coastlines
4.6. Language Families
4.7. North Carolina Place Names

Observation
1.3. Observation and Inference
1.6. Classification and Attributes
2.2. Stratigraphy and Cross-Dating
2.4. Tree-Ring Dating
2.8. Mending Pottery
2.9. Looking at an Object
2.10. Archaeological Soils
4.1. Shadows of North Carolina's Past
4.4. Pottery Traditions
4.6. Language Families
4.7. North Carolina Place Names
5.2. Rock Art

Planning
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Problem Solving
1.3. Observation and Inference
1.4. Archaeological Context
1.5. Chronology: The Time of My Life
1.8. It's in the Garbage
2.5. Archaeobotany
4.2. Shifting Coastlines
4.5. A Siouan Village
5.4. Artifact Ethics
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Reading
1.2. Culture Everywhere
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
2.11. Inference by Analogy
5.1. Archaeology as a Career
5.5. Site Robbers

Research Skills
1.6. Classification and Attributes
1.7. Scientific Inquiry
1.8. It's in the Garbage
2.3. Artifact Classification
2.11. Inference by Analogy
4.3. Name That Point!
4.5. A Siouan Village
5.1. Archaeology as a Career
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Role Play
2.3. Artifact Classification
2.11. Inference by Analogy
4.3. Name That Point!
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Scientific Inquiry
1.3. Observation and Inference
1.6. Classification and Attributes
1.7. Scientific Inquiry
1.8. It's in the Garbage
2.1. Gridding a Site
2.3. Artifact Classification
2.4. Tree-Ring Dating
2.5. Archaeobotany
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
2.10. Archaeological Soils
2.11. Inference by Analogy
4.1. Shadows of North Carolina's Past
4.2. Shifting Coastlines
4.3. Name That Point!
4.5. A Siouan Village

Sequence
1.5. Chronology: The Time of My Life
1.8. It's in the Garbage
2.2. Stratigraphy and Cross-Dating
4.1. Shadows of North Carolina's Past

Using Scale
2.1. Gridding a Site
4.2. Shifting Coastlines

Values Clarification
5.4. Artifact Ethics
5.5. Site Robbers
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past

Visualization
2.8. Mending Pottery
5.2. Rock Art
5.3. Creating Your Own Rock Art
5.6. A Guided Journey into the Past

Writing
1.3. Observation and Inference
1.4. Archaeological Context
1.6. Classification and Attributes
1.7. Scientific Inquiry
1.8. It's in the Garbage
2.5. Archaeobotany
2.7. Experimental Archaeology: Making Cordage
2.9. Looking at an Object
4.4. Pottery Traditions
4.5. A Siouan Village
5.1. Archaeology as a Career
5.2. Rock Art
5.4. Artifact Ethics
5.5. Site Robbers
5.6. A Guided Journey into the Past
5.7. Take Action, Save the Past


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