First deal 1 and half to 2 pages. Filling in for the questions.. pick a cultural group. Its Foundations of Archaeology . cultural group that goes with that…
As you begin to plan your museum exhibit, the first step is selecting a topic. In this case, your exhibit will focus on a cultural group, but there is much to consider. When you are developing a museum exhibit, you must think about not only what is interesting to you but also what will be interesting to visitors. What will bring people in? What will sell tickets? What will be so interesting to people that they will tell their friends and coworkers about it? If you want to tell a controversial story, how will you do that respectfully? So, as you use this template to explain your cultural group selection and start planning your exhibit, consider the bigger picture and the story you want to tell.
Delete the questions and replace them with your thoughts/responses.
- Cultural group
- Name: What cultural group have you selected?
- Supporting Information: Why did you select this group?
- Current Status: Is your cultural group current? Make sure your cultural group is current; it must be in existence today. If you have a certain ancient culture you would really like to study, consider broad connections. An example might be if you want to study ancient Rome, choose the current Italian/Roman culture and then focus on Rome today versus Rome of, say, the eighth century BCE.
- Historical/Cultural Events: Does your cultural group have a rich history of historical and cultural events that will make your museum exhibit informative and engaging? Consider listing some of those events here to start brainstorming.
- Research Background: Has your cultural group been studied by archaeologists? Begin to list those studies and links to websites or articles here.
- Potential sources
- Sources: List 3 to 5 credible sources. These can be articles or books from the library or information from reliable websites (such as academic institutions, research facilities, or professional associations). List the URLs of any websites here so you can easily find them again.
- Begin to list sources for images. Your final exhibit will require the usage of at least 3 images that represent your chosen cultural group and the story you want to tell about them.
2nd deal… 2 page
Scenario to use below
- A World War II Internment Camp
You are an archaeologist working for an archaeological consulting firm that procures a lot of federal government contracts. You have recently proposed on and been awarded a contract to investigate the suspected location of a world war II internment camp on a U.S. military installation. You and the government are relatively confident of the camp’s location because there are historical maps and photographs of the camp. According to historical documentation, the camp was in use for approximately one year and housed about one dozen people. The site is thought to be 20 acres and located in a portion of the installation that is heavily wooded (covered with trees); however, it is near the intersection of two major roads and surrounded on the other two sides by buildings, so there is a good chance the property has been disturbed since 1943. Your contract allows you five days to survey the site, and an additional two weeks to investigate your survey findings.
What survey methods will you use to initially investigate the location? How will you determine your survey/sample locations? What archaeological methods will you use to more intensively investigate anything you may find during your survey? Will your investigations be all that is needed? If not, what are your recommendations for future research? Assume that you have a team of four people, including yourself, and a $30,000 budget. (This is a lean budget for the potential level of effort involved in this project, so funds must be used wisely.)
. Reflect on each question and support your answers using specific details and relevant examples. In reflecting on the archaeological methods that you have explored, describe how you have applied (or will apply) what you have learned…. 2 pages
3rd deal.. 1 and a half to 2 pages is cool buddy..
describe the cultural group you selected, its physical environment, and the important historical and cultural events that have taken place in your group. You will also start to make connections between the group’s beliefs and practices, historical and cultural events, and physical environment. This information will make up the first section of the museum exhibit that you will create in PowerPoint. For this assignment, you will submit two deliverables: a Microsoft Word document and a Microsoft PowerPoint file containing your in-progress exhibit.
Describe your cultural group and its general cultural beliefs and practices. Assess how key historical and cultural events contributed to the identity of your group. Discuss the physical environment, focusing on how the group lives and works at the site and how those activities changed the site throughout history. Make connections between the group’s beliefs, practices, history, and the physical environment. Consider questions such as the following: How do/did the people live and work? How have these activities affected the physical environment? How do/did the beliefs and practices affect how the people live, work, and relate? This information will make up the first section of your museum exhibit project. In addition to the text, you will need to include at least one image to complement your information. For this assignment, you will submit two deliverables: a Microsoft Word document that contains the text of this section of your PowerPoint project (and the image or images you are planning to use), and the in-progress version of your museum exhibit as a PowerPoint file. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: I. Cultural Group: In this section, you will describe your selected cultural group and provide background information to create a solid foundation for the rest of your digital display. You will also need to provide an image to complement your information. A. Describe the cultural group you selected and explain the group’s general cultural beliefs and practices. B. Assess how key historical and cultural events led to the current identity of the selected group. Describe the influence of the events, supporting your assessment with resources. C. Assess the historical changes in the physical environment of the group. Where did they live and has this changed? How did they work and live at the site? Be sure to support your assessment with resources. D. Make connections between the group’s beliefs, practices, history, and the physical environment. How do the characteristics of the group relate to their physical environment? E. Analyze how the group has modified their environment. For example, have they torn down buildings, created paved roads, or built stairs? What purpose(s) did these modifications serve? Be sure to support your description with resources. you will describe the cultural group you selected, its physical environment, and the important historical and cultural events that have taken place in your group. You will also start to make connections between the group’s beliefs and practices, historical and cultural events, and physical environment.
4th deal buddy.. 2 pages
Google a site picture example of a site sketch of megalithic and Punic-Roman remains at Ras ir-Raħeb, Malta. answer the following questions: What activities took place at this site? How can you tell? Can we be confident that the context is in place? That is, can you for certain construct a relationship between the preserved artifacts and the humans who used the artifacts? Why or why not? If not, what are the implications and what more do we need to know to establish a reliable context? deeply explore the concepts of the archaeological methods presented. In your journal assignments, be sure to connect your own experience to what is being asked of you in the particular prompt. Reflect on each question and support your answers using specific details and relevant examples. In reflecting on the archaeological methods that you have explored, describe how you have applied (or will apply) what you have learned.
Deal five…. 2 pages
Explain why you chose your artifact or feature, describe its physical characteristics, and evaluate the location in which it was found, considering whether the location was public or private and what ethical implications the type of location may present. Explain the method you chose to investigate your artifact or feature. What were the archaeological method(s) used to investigate your cultural group in the past? Provide any additional information you needed to consider to effectively analyze your artifact or feature. Finally, explain why it is important to gather more data to form valid, reliable opinions about cultures, including what ethical implications are at play for forming opinions based on only one artifact or feature. Provide examples to support your conclusions. Once you receive feedback on your submission from your instructor, make any revisions to incorporate the feedback. Then, incoroporate your methodology section into your PowerPoint museum exhibit project. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: II. Methodology: Now that there is a solid background of the group, you will select a specific artifact or feature to study and discuss the appropriate methodology to do so. You will also need to provide an image to complement your information. A. Identify the artifact or feature you would like to use to further investigate your cultural group, and explain why you selected the specific artifact or feature. B. Provide a comprehensive description of the artifact or feature. What does the artifact or feature do, or what is its purpose for the cultural group? Use your resources to describe the size, shape, color, type, weight, and so on. C. Describe the archaeological research methods that have been used in the past to find artifacts and/or features related to your chosen cultural group, providing specific examples. Be sure to support your description with resources. D. Select a specific appropriate method you would use to acquire your selected artifact or feature, and explain why this method would be appropriate. E. Describe where the artifact or feature was found. Specifically, was it in a public or private place, and what are the associated ethical considerations of finding it in the specific location? F. Explain why the artifact or feature was found in the specific place, using research to justify the location. The artifact or feature was in the specific place for a reason. What is it? G. Explain what other information you would need about the artifact or feature to help you draw informed conclusions about the cultural group, providing specific examples. For example, would you need to look at other artifacts and/or features? The one artifact or feature is a physical sample of the culture, so what other information will you need to create a bigger picture? H. Explain why it is important to gather more data to form valid, reliable opinions about cultures. What ethical implications are at play for forming opinions based on only one artifact or feature? these formatting guidelines: 1 to 2 pages in length, double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and citations in APA style. Be sure to include at least one image to complement your information
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