Project Archaeology Teacher Workshop
Downtown Athletic Club, Eugene, Oregon, July 13-15, 2004
Get ready to bring a special adventure to your students next year!
- Critique some of the world's best new films and videos on ancient cultures, archaeology and indigenous peoples
- Take home new ideas on use of videos to teach social studies, art, culture, anthropology, archaeology, geography, history, indigenous cultures and civilization
- Learn about early Oregon peoples and ancient civilizations
- Find out how archaeologists work
- Get the Native American perspective on archaeology
- Learn about issues in discovering and preserving our past
- Learn to teach activities for K-12 units in social studies, history, geography, humanities, art, archaeology, anthropology, civilization, ethnic studies, culture
- Critique new videos in for use in the classroom.
Instructors include experienced Project Archaeology staff archaeologists from the Bureau of Land Management:
- Fran Philipek, BLM Salem Office Archaeologist, Oregon Project Archaeology State Coordinator
Sign-up Deadline: July 9
Schedule: 10 1/2 hours of class sessions; 5 hours of required viewing at film festival
Class sessions Film Festival Screenings Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Screenings 6 p.m – 10 p.m. July 13, 14, 15 1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.Tuesday – Wednesday, July 13, 14
$49 fee includes
- Texts used in workshop
- One free ticket to two nights (July 13-14) of The Archaeology Channel International Film and Video Festival at the McDonald Theatre
Opportunity to purchase the remaining 3-day film festival ticket package for July 15 – 17 at reduced price of $22 ($5 savings).