Sources And Artifacts Intro

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  • Sources And Artifacts Intro

    1. 1. How do we know what we know? *Learning about sources of information
    2. 2. Prehistory vs. History History is the study of the past, by looking at narratives and recorded accounts of the events of the past. So PRE-history is before written history. (or before understood written history)
    3. 3. History
    4. 4. Prehistory
    5. 5. So if it is not written, how do we know?
    6. 6. So if it is not written, how do we know? Sources of information combined with science and technology.
    7. 7. So if it is not written, how do we know? Sources of information combined with science and technology.
    8. 8. So if it is not written, how do we know? Sources of information combined with science and technology.
    9. 9. Two Types of Sources Primary- artifacts, first hand accounts, photographs, original art work, video, current and accurate news coverage. Secondary- analysis, reflections, hypothesis, interpretive art, third person accounts, novels, entertainment.
    10. 10. Two Types of Sources Primary- artifacts, first hand accounts, photographs, original art work, video, current and accurate news coverage. Secondary- analysis, reflections, hypothesis, interpretive art, third person accounts, novels, entertainment.
    11. 11. Artifacts are Primary Sources. Archaeologist use artifacts to explain the life and patterns in past cultures and humans. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kf1A8Ukk5Us
    12. 12. Artifacts are Primary Sources. Archaeologist use artifacts to explain the life and patterns in past cultures and humans. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kf1A8Ukk5Us
    13. 13. Artifacts are Primary Sources. Archaeologist use artifacts to explain the life and patterns in past cultures and humans. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kf1A8Ukk5Us
    14. 14. Artifacts are Primary Sources. Archaeologist use artifacts to explain the life and patterns in past cultures and humans. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kf1A8Ukk5Us
    15. 15. Artifacts are Primary Sources. Archaeologist use artifacts to explain the life and patterns in past cultures and humans. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kf1A8Ukk5Us
    16. 16. Find a primary resource
    17. 17. Find a primary resource
    18. 18. Find a primary resource
    19. 19. Do you want to be an Archaeologist? -First identify an artifact. -Create questions that will help you create a hypothesis to how the object was used and what it reveals about the past. - Create a narrative for the object.
    20. 20. What would you ask an artifact?
    21. 21. Questions The basic Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How is a good place to start. Remember your goal to is reveal what this artifact reveals about the past. Use your knowledge of today’s world to infer how this item may have been used.
    22. 22. Creating a Narrative Write a “story” for your artifact. Who made it, how, why, and how did it help the person that made it? What may it have seen or experienced? Narratives may be short or long depending on how much you discovered through questioning.
    23. 23. Lets try it!
    24. 24. Lets try it! Line up by Birthday. Interview an artifact.
    25. 25. Warrior Heir Try to think of 5 artifacts that would represent the time and events of the prolog.
    26. 26. Warrior Heir Try to think of 5 artifacts that would represent the time and events of the prolog.

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