ERIC Number: ED393761
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995
Finding Out about Archaeology: Parts I and II.
Archaeological Inst. of America, Boston, MA.; Long Island Society, Manhasset, NY.
This packet of materials presents selected, descriptive bibliographies for children and young adults. Instructional materials for the use of teachers and parents are also included. Focusing on the subject of archaeology, part 1 of the annotated bibliography presents instructional materials coded for appropriate grade level use. Each entry contains: the name of the author, title, status of publication, publisher's name, publication date, and a one-sentence annotation. The document is organized into 14 categories: Books: General; Additional Readings in Seleced Areas: The Americas, Ancient Near East, Ancient Rome, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, and Asia; Prehistoric Man; Workbooks and Curriculum Guides; Magazines and Pamphlets; Kits and Games; Computer-Simulation; Audio-Visual Materials; Films and Videos; and Slide Collection. Part 2 gives annotated listings of fiction, biographies of archaeologists, and accounts of archaeological discoveries. Section 1: "Fiction" includes works in the categories: (1) General; (2) The Americas; (3) Ancient Egypt; (4) Ancient Far East; (5) Ancient Greece; (6) Ancient Rome; (7) Ancient Near East; and (8) Prehistoric Man. Section 2 includes biographies and accounts of archaeological discoveries. (MM)
Descriptors: Ancient History, Annotated Bibliographies, Archaeology, Art Education, Content Area Reading, Culture, Curriculum Enrichment, Educational Anthropology, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, History, Reading Materials, Resource Materials, Social Studies
Archaeological Institute of America, Boston University, 656 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02215-2010.
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Archaeological Inst. of America, Boston, MA.; Long Island Society, Manhasset, NY.
Grant or Contract Numbers: N/A
Note: Prepared by the Education Committee, Archaeological Institute of America, Long Island Society.