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Presentation to students at Brighton Uni, Feb14 2011

Presentation to students at Brighton Uni, Feb14 2011

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  • Use of real finds and junk Children indoors will see finds as they come in Look in catalogue to find whether Roman/Ancient Briton or something else Something about the junk – what it will tell someone in the future about us
  • Geo-physics – shows what is underground by measuring changes in soil conditions e.g. resistance We will build a machine to attach to phone We will be going out to play this too Compare with aerial photos and other outward signs We end up with a building floor plan – what might that indicate
  • Take the floor plan Decide which are going to be the points where we dig Go outside and mark up points for digging Also put the plan into our art program

Invisible buildings bu 2011 Invisible buildings bu 2011 Presentation Transcript

  • Invisible Buildings… … & how it came about Richard Vahrman
  • A Little Background
  • Games and particularly the Treasure Hunt
  • CA Lullingstone and some luck
  • Time Team
  • Story 1 – Metal Detectors
  • Story 2 - GeoFizz
  • Story 3 – the Dig
  • Story 4 – Finding the Plot
  • Story 5 – Hey Presto
  • Story in Reverse - 1
  • Reverse 2 – Create the Bits
  • Reverse 3 – Create the GeoFizz
  • Reverse 4 – Working with Maps
  • Trenches – a war game or not?
  • Your History
  • A Narrative
  • Outdoors. Is it better?
  • Practicalities of Phones/Tablets
  • A toolkit