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A Night at the Museum – Curator Project
You have been chosen to be the curator at the World History Museum for one, specia...
1. What three artifacts or piecesdidyou choose for displayat your museumexhibition?
2. Whydid you choose Exhibit A? What i...
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A night at the museum template

  1. 1. A Night at the Museum – Curator Project You have been chosen to be the curator at the World History Museum for one, special night. A curator is the person responsible forthe collection,preservation and display of significant artifacts or works of art in a museum or library. Curators often scour the world in search of the finest, most special pieces to be added to their collection. Tonight, you will have many important people in attendance to view the historical artifacts fromyour exhibition, (the current time period or chapter in which you are studying). Please choose 3 important pieces you wish to put on display foryour exhibition. Do your research! Provide a picture and a detailed description of the pieces explaining why they are significant to your chapter or time period. Answer the questions that follow. Your Description Here Your Description Here Your Description Here Exhibit A Exhibit B Exhibit C
  2. 2. 1. What three artifacts or piecesdidyou choose for displayat your museumexhibition? 2. Whydid you choose Exhibit A? What is the historical significance ofthis piece? Explain. 3. Whydid you choose Exhibit B? What is the historical significance ofthis piece? Explain. 4. Whydid you choose Exhibit C? What is the historical significance ofthispiece? Explain. 5. Whydo you thinkwe have museums that preserve and display itemslike the ones you chose? 6. Will the itemsyou chose still be talked about or historicallysignificant500 or 1000 years from now?Explain. 7. Cite your sources here:

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