Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Underwater Archaeology Student Project | Social Studies Educational Resource


Underwater archaeology is an interesting topic rarely covered in the classroom. New and interesting topics help keep students engaged in the learning process. My students always enjoyed this activity.  I have also tailored the activity to a specific site or country we were studying in class.  

During this activity students will learn about the topic, practice research skills, and combine what they have learned into a written summary. Another option is to assign specific sites to students and have them share with the class what they have learned in a short presentation.

This activity could be completed in class or assigned as homework. It can also be used as an individual activity or with cooperative learning groups. 

The lesson includes: Learning Objectives, Materials, Timeframe, Key Words, Facilitator’s Guide, Student Handouts, Rubric, and Self-Evaluation Form.

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