University of Connecticut University of UC Title Fallback Connecticut

Subject Index – SWS Teacher’s Reference

SWI2-Scan SWSOxen

Oxen were important for hauling stone.

To use this find a subject of interest, locate the page number,  link to Annotations, and then scroll forward to that number.

ARCHAEOLOGY:

  •  97 Fire-cracked Rock
  • 99 Dating Techniques
  • 104 Early Man
  • 106 Museums
  • 108 Paleo-indians
  • 109 Archaic Tribes
  • 110 Woodland Tribes
  • 113 Historical
SWI2-Ph SWS Dunkleostes

Extiknct armored fish used to swim in the New England seas.

EARTH SCIENCE:

  •  26 Crystals
  • 27 Minerals
  • 29 Iapetos Ocean
  • 30 Global Position
  • 31 Paleozoic
  • 32 Primitive
  • 33 Coral
  • 34 Gradualism
  • 35 Geologic Time
  • 36 Inside Earth
  • 37 Metamorphism
  • 38 Lithology
  • 41 Mineralogy
  • 42 Tectonics
  • 43 Volcanoes
  • 44 Mountains
  • 45 Rock Cycle
  • 46 Denudation
  • 47 Weathering
  • 49 Conglomerate
  • 50 Streams
  • 51 Rounding
  • 53 Cuesta
  • 56 Glaciation
  • 57 Pre-history
  • 58 Ice Thickness
  • 59 Ice Sheet
  • 60 Black Ice
  • 61 Till
  • 67 Ice Flow
  • 68 Climate Change
  • 69 Meltwater
  • 70 Glacier Winds
  • 71 Glacier Dust
  • 82 Postglacial
  • 85 Initial Soils
  • 86 Soil Formation
  • 98 Attributes
  • 132 Meteorite
  • 133 Meteorites Rarity
  • 136 Meteor
  • 137 Meteorite Impact
  • 139 Antarctica
  • 143 Perseid Shower
  • 146 Earth Origin
  • 147 Earliest Earth
  • 148 Extinction
  • 149 Future Earth
SWI2-Scan SWSCornerGlacStone

Adam finds the glacier scratched rock.

ENVIRONMENT:

  •  10 Value
  • 12 Choices
  • 16 Ownership
  • 20 Pine
  • 21 Orchards
  • 22 Moss
  • 75 Tundra
  • 76 Prostrate Plants
  • 77 Caribou
  • 78 Mammoths
  • 81 Eco-zones
  • 83 Ice Age Fauna
  • 84 Forest History
  • 87 Forest Animals
  • 107 Human Agency
  • 114 Catastrophe
  • 116 Forest History
  • 117 Mosaic Ecosystem
  • 158 Consequences
  • 160 Fieldstone
  • 163 Lichens
  • 164 Habitat
  • 168 Visualization

HISTORY:

  •  7 Architecture
  • 13 20th Century
  • 103 Contact Tribes
  • 112 Continuity
  • 120 Farm Economy
  • 152 Abandonment
  • 154 Rock Clearing

 

LITERATURE:

  •  11 Dilemma
  • 17 Wisdom
  • 18 Poetry
  • 19 Interest
  • 40 Foreshadow
  • 54 Setting
  • 55 Archive
  • 62 Suggestion
  • 64 Dust
  • 65 Alliteration
  • 73 Concern
  • 74 Surrealism
  • 80 Transformation
  • 88 Symbolism
  • 89 Transformation
  • 92 Obstacle
  • 93 Free Choice
  • 100 Description
  • 115 Imitation
  • 124 Humor
  • 125 Teamwork
  • 126 Direction
  • 127 Allusion
  • 128 Potential Loss
  • 129 Precision
  • 134 Family Secret
  • 138 Expectations
  • 140 Contrast
  • 142 Integration
  • 144 Universal
  • 150 Need to Know
  • 151 Independence
  • 155 Family Stories
  • 156 Metaphor
  • 161 Transition
  • 165 Closure
  • 166 Analogy
  • 167 Abruptness

 SOCIETY:

  •  8 Old Age
  • 14 Immigration
  • 101 Ancient Play
  • 102 Extinct Languages
  • 105 Gender Roles
  • 111 Adoption
  • 141 Conservation
  • 145 Sisters
  • 171 Physical Contact

STONE WALLS:

  •  1 Geography
  • 2 Abundance
  • 3 Definition
  • 4 Pattern
  • 5 Abandoned
  • 6 Antiquity
  • 15 Commonplace
  • 118 Abundance
  • 119 Accumulation
  • 121 Tumbled
  • 123 Architecture
  • 135 Shooting Star
  • 153 Stone Boat
  • 157 Construction

TEACHING:

  •  9 Reading
  • 23 Opportunity
  • 24 Socratic Method
  • 25 Demonstration
  • 28 Experience
  • 39 Collections
  • 48 Withholding
  • 52 Waiting
  • 63 Sense of Touch
  • 66 Imagination
  • 72 Repetition
  • 79 Pretending
  • 90 Listening
  • 91 Movement
  • 94 Physicality
  • 95 Taking Charge
  • 96 Backing Off
  • 122 Trial and Error
  • 130 Patience
  • 131 Confidence
  • 159 Cause-effect
  • 162 Observations
  • 169 Involvement
  • 170 Holding Back