Curricula

Section 4 - Remembering the Past

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This section presents lessons about how sites and artifacts of the Hopewell culture should be preserved and conserved. Students are given an opportunity to examine their own beliefs and values about the past through these lessons. Students need background knowledge to Expeditions into Ohio's Past 12 thoughtfully form values. Therefore, lessons in this section should be taught only after students have obtained a broad understanding of archeology and prehistory. Students should complete activities from this section after a visit to our park as well as completion of activities from Sections 2 and 3.

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Subject:
American Indian History and Culture, Language Arts
National/State Standards:
Writing Applications
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