(Digging Deep) [PDF READ] Ì Laura Scandiffio
Es patience to wade through the information It is interesting and certain chapters were entertaining than others the Richard the III chapter read like a mystery but I m not sure students would be compelled to continue to read Also I have an ARC and the pictures were blurry and unattractive which I m sure will be cleaned up for the final book but I think the pictures will either make or
readers interest Reviewer C Peterson Thanks to the kidlitexchange network and the publisher for the review copy of this all opinions are my own Poisons ice men and graves oh myDigging Deep How Science Unearths Puzzles from the Past by Lara Scandiffio is an intriguing middle grade nonfiction book about archaeology science and history The book discusses how modern day science and technology are being used to solve historical mysteries The mysteries included in the book are tzi the Iceman discovering the oldest poison the lost cities of Cambodia the hunt for the HMS Erebus and Terror the lost grave of King Richard III and the Chauvet Cave Each chapter follows the same format it begins with a narrative anecdote that sets the historical scene it then goes into the modern day story and the science being used complete with sidebars illustrations and easy to understand descriptions of scientific processes Each chapter also includes a timeline and a discussion on what this discovery may mean for the future I really enjoyed the book and loved learning about all the different historical mysterious I was familiar with some of the topics tzi the temple in Angkor and the Chauvet Cave and was intrigued to learn about the role modern science has played in furthering our understanding of them I was less familiar with the other topics in the book and really enjoyed learning something new My favorite chapter was the one about King Richard III I knew that Richard III stole the throne from his nephew and then locked his nephews away in the Tower of London before they mysteriously disappeared but I wasn t aware that his body was missing Discovering his body thousands of ears later under a parking lot of all places is fascinating As a middle school language arts and social studies teacher I see so many possibilities for this book Each chapter could be used on its own as a supplemental reading to a larger unit on ancient civilizationshistory The chapters are engaging would pull students in and could be used in a single class period The book could also be used in its entirety throughout the ear either
break readers interest Reviewer C Peterson Thanks to the kidlitexchange network and the publisher for the review copy of this
As A Supplemental Material Or As A a supplemental material or as a study I really love incorporating nonfiction into my language arts classroom and I feel that this book would appeal to many students with varying interests it has mystery science history and adventure so there s a little something for everyone It s a fun and interesting read Pretty cool book Kids and YAs even some adults may enjoy reading this book It starts out with
A Otzi The Iceman Otzi the iceman in the Alps and continues with poisons ancients and not so ancients have used for various purposes and onto lost cities ship wrecks etc A great book to introduce oung readers to the field of archeology Told in easy to understand and follow chapters Digging Deep tells the stories of Otzi the Iceman Angkor Wat the Chauvet Cave art and many While seemingly written for teens I too learned a great deal It helped reawaken an old interest that I had many ears ago and I look forward to exploring the subject in the future. Deep is full of fascinating examples of how modern science has disrupted the status uo Sidebars and illustrations with easy to follow explanations of radio carbon dating DNA and other scientific topics provide further reading to satisfy readers with an interest in ST.
Laura Scandiffio ☆ 2 Read & downloadWith a review copy All opinions are my own kidlitexchange partnerDigging Deep How Science Unearths Puzzles from the Past by Laura Scandiffio showcases some of the most exciting archeological finds in recent history and did indeed make me want to dig even deeper into several of them From how scientific advances have helped us learn about
LIFE IN THE STONE AGE TO USING AERIAL ARCHEOLOGYin the Stone Age to using aerial archeology pierce the dense jungle and locate long lost cities and even finding out about a recently rediscovered king via DNA research this book takes its readership on an adventure of discovery that audiences of all ages can enjoy The only negative comment I can make is that the illustrations and captions are a little off kilter at the moment something which I m sure will be easily fixed and made beautiful by publication 4 Stars to Digging Deep for reminding me about that long buried childhood dream of becoming an archeologist I look forward to getting a finished copy and sharing this information with my students next ear This book will be perfect to use for research and during Nonfiction November This book releases on May 9 2019Thanks to the kidlitexchange network for the review copy of this book all opinions are my own kidlitexchange partner Digging Deep by Laura Scandiffio Releases 4 9 19 I thought this was going
to be a book about archaeology It is in fact a book about archaeology carbon dating poison plants mysteriousbe a book about archaeology It is in fact a book about archaeology carbon dating poison plants mysterious ships buried cities kings of England genetics cave paintings and the Ice Age all nearly wrapped up in 103 easy to read pages Who doesn t want to read this book now In fact this middle grade nonfiction is my most favorite book I ve reviewed for kidlitexchange so far Don t let me mention of easiness to read fool ou The tone is intelligent the stories in depth I loved the layout and the use of graphics is perfect enhancing the text not distracting from it Once I started reading I couldn t stop In fact during chapter 5 my personal favorite I became so wrapped up in the genuine coolness of this book I started spewing random facts to whoever would listen I learned so much from this little book Digging Deep is an ideal addition to a school library or a wonderful resource for homeschooling families The stories were carefully selected to be gripping and exciting for kids and adults alike I love this book and am grateful for the opportunity to review an ARC You will not regret buying it when it releasesThanks to the kidlitexchange network for providing the review copy of this book all opinions are my own Digging Deep How Science Unearths Puzzles from the Past by Laura Scandiffio 103 pages NON FICTION Annik Press 2019 15 Content Language G Mature Content G Violence PG BUYING ADVISORY MS HS OPTIONAL AUDIENCE APPEAL AVERAGE This book covers six different discoveries in archeology that modern science has been able to uncover facts about The discoveries include Otzi the Iceman an ancient poison a lost city in Cambodia lost ships in the Arctic the lost grave of Richard III and the Chauvet Cave art Each chapter has a story involving the topic and then it has a section about how modern archeologists can use different technology or testing to determine facts about history that we haven t known before At the end of the chapter there is a summary about what that discovery has changed about our perceptions of history I wanted to love this book because its subtitle had me totally intrigued but it is so wordy and dense that it tak. T puzzle pieces and how recent advances in science brought them to light From the new clues about life in the Stone Age gleaned from tzi the Ice Man to new opinions about King Richard III's villainous reputation deduced from the discovery of his long lost tomb Digging. Pretty cool book Kids and YAs even some adults may enjoy reading this book It starts out with a Otzi the iceman found in the Alps and continues with poisons ancients and not so ancients have used for various purposes loved the Poison Garden and onto lost cities ship
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to enjoy books like this and even tho I ve read many of these stories before it s good toenjoy books like this and even tho I ve read many of these stories before it s good to them from time to time to learn what else has been learned since I last read about themI received a Kindle ARC from Netgalley in exchange for a fair review Digging Deep is a really solid introduction to modern archaeology the sciences behind archaeology and a wide variety of histories Throughout the book we learn of the different ways archaeology uses science to determine the facts of the past and we do so by looking at six different modern archaeological investigations that have fundamentally changed our views of history The subjects chosen span a wide variety of regions and types of history ranging from ancient poisons to medieval kings to cave paintings I was familiar with some of what was in the book largely because of previous books or magazines I ve read but I still learned a fair bitDefinitely recommended for any middle grade or YA readers looking to learn about archaeology the science of archaeology or history in general Even many adults will find this book to be an accessible gateway to new learning Digging Deep is the story of six archaeological puzzles from the past and how information was learned about them through advances in archaeological science The book is designed for ages 10 although I think it would be better for 12 and up just because of the advanced and scientific languageEach story is explained in detail with photographs and illustrations Then ou follow the story as the scientists use tools to find information and put facts together to figure out what happenedYou ll read about Otzi the Iceman the discovery of the oldest poison the lost cecities of Cambodia the hunt for the lost ships HMS Erebus and Terror the lost grave of Richard III and visit Chauvet Cave where art beganThis is a good book for a tween or teen who has an interest in archaeology or even just likes learning about the past in general This will make a great addition to a school library as well DIGGING DEEP HOW SCIENCE UNEARTHS PUZZLES FROM THE PAST is nonfiction book about mysteries from the past that we can now solve thanks to science and technology The book is divided into sections Otzi the Iceman Discovery of the Oldest Poisons Lost Cities of Cambodia The Hunt for Lost Ships in the Arctic The Lost Grave of Richard III and Art in the Chauvet Cave Readers are introduced to the mystery and then find out about the steps and techniues used to unravel the mysteryBeing a sciencetechnology person I enjoyed that the author gave readers an introduction to the technology used such as Carbon 14 dating and LiDAR for studying anthropology The book is well formatted so that readers can understand the science and history behind the discoveries by use of sidebars and timelines Kids will love the format and will enjoy watching the mystery unfold in this collision of history and science perfect for curious middle schoolers and some in upper elementary Great for those who are hooked on forensics shows For 10Thanks to kidlitexchange for providing me. Poisons ice men and graves oh my Every archeological find adds to our understanding of the world but sometimes a discovery is made that is so startling and different that it changes the way we view history Digging Deep showcases the most exciting examples of these los. .