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Field Trips By Roy Wayne and Amanda Stephens
Planning and Cost: Plan ahead of time. Where are we going? How much ? Cost of bus? Lunch? Bring it, eat on the way, or eat there. Dress? Be sure to check the weather.
Permission: Permission from the principal. Permission from parents.
Example of a Permission Slip:
Volunteers: Plan for one chaperone at least for every 4-5 students. Have information for students prior to the field trip. Ex: If exhibit is on the Civil War, present or provide lessons/information on the Civil War before going on the trip.
Where are we going? Museum of Appalachia Museum of Appalachia Cost/student for admission: $5.00 Bus costs: $225.00/bus. $5.00/student Grand total: $10.00/student Bring your own lunch. Museum offers information/exhibits on Appalachian History.
Where else could we go? East TN Museum of History East TN Museum of History Cost/student for admission: $3.00 Cost for bus: $225.00/bus. $5.00/student. Grand total: $8.00/student Bring your own lunch. Museum offers permanent exhibits on: The First Voices: Cherokee Indians, New Voices: The East Tennessee Frontier, Divided Loyalties: Civil War, Brothers Against Brothers, Federal Power: Oak Ridge, TVA, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Birthplace of Legends: Emergence of Country Music, and Pioneers for All: Civil Rights Activists
Or we could go here: AMSEAMSE (American Museum of Science and Energy) AMSE Cost/student for admission: $3.00 Cost for bus: $225.00/bus. $5.00/student. Grand total: $8.00/student Bring your own lunch. This museum contains history on Oak Ridge and the history of science.
Museum of Appalachia Lesson Plans: The Museum of Appalachia: Lesson for Living History lesson plans can be found on the site. Grades K-8 Grades K-8
Assessment: Use of a KWL chart. This will allow students to document what they already know and what they want to know prior to the field trip. After the field trip, students will be able to document what they have learned.