|Sub Module||Description||Learning Outcomes||Projects||Child investigations|
|1 – Introduction to Archeology||In this session, children will be introduced to the world of archeology in a fun, hands-on manner. They will orient themselves with the basics of archeology and this will set the tone for the sessions that follow.||1. Learn about archeology and some common archeology vocabulary|
2. Engage in activities that help set the context to explore archeology
|Draw an Archeologist|
Make your own Cave Painting
Make your own Clay Coin
|How can I crack clues/ hints based on evidence?|
How would an archeologist look?
What information can you get from a coin?
|2 – Tools of an Archeologist||In this session, children will dig deeper into archeology and explore the tools used in this field and even test it out for themselves. They will also delve into the mind of an archeologist and learn to deduce information about a place/ event by finding and following clues.||1. Learn different ways of studying past events by investigating spatial information|
2. Understand how archeologists deduce information through spatial clues
Clean and Crack your Clay Coin, Archeologist style!
|How do you understand more about a person/ place/ an event by looking at a photograph?|
|3 – Fossils and Time Capsules||In this session, children will explore fossils and how archeologists find them and deduce information from them. Apart from this, they will be engaging in fun, hands-on activities to learn about time capsules and digging sites.||1. Explore the different kinds of clues that are buried in the earth|
2. Discover stratigraphy and its uses
3. Extend and think about the time in the future when the current artifacts will become fossils
|Find, Fit and Fix your Artefact|
Make your own Time Capsule
Create your own Digging Site
|What is stratigraphy and how does it help an archeologist?|
|4 – Thinking like an Archeologist||In this session, children will take up each other’s digging sites and analyze them like an archeologist to create a story around it. They will also try their hand at cooking like their ancestors while learning about the invention of fire itself.||1. Reflect on everything they have engaged within the previous sessions and work as an archeologist|
2. Explore the invention of fire
|Work like an Archeologist|
Cook Corn, Cave Man Style!
|How can we learn about our Ancestors? Why is it important?|
|5 – Evolution of Writing Tools and Occupations||In this session, children will explore why historical information is recorded differently in different eras and will further engage in analyzing a given situation to weave a story around it. Finally, they will reflect on everything they have done and share their experiences with the group.||1. Learn the evolution of information documentation|
2. Understand the importance of ancestral history
2. Draw inferences from given pieces of evidence
3. Reflect on everything they have engaged within the previous sessions
|History of the Writing Tools|
Make your own Clay Utensil
|What tools/ information can I use to study an event/ object?|
How can I trace the history of the Wheel?
New Batches Starting
5 Apr 2021
31 May 2021
Flexi class available on request