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field trip

an expedition, as by a group of students or research workers, to study something at first hand
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Our visits to palm plantations were normally in the course of a single fieldtrip (fewer than 14 days).
While many study abroad fieldtrips configure as general overviews of site content, with a guide rehearsing fairly tired explanations, these archival sessions saw staff professionals eagerly interact with our researching students, sharing the endeavor.
It's an interest I've had since my first fieldtrip with my father at age 11.
With 1996 in mind, the selection of our 1997 fieldtrip was easily cast.
NNA - 02/07/2011 Energy and Water Minister Gebran Bassil revealed Saturday during a fieldtrip to Lebanon's geological sites that 85 international companies will participate in the first international Lebanese conference to explore petroleum resources in land and sea.
Other study abroad students also positioned themselves according to their tropical imaginary, particularly into their first fieldtrip to Point Leo.
Four key elements have been identified that need to be in place in order to have a successful and meaningful fieldtrip experience at a museum.
Closer examination of the dates reveals that more than two-thirds of the photographs were taken during one fieldtrip carried out between 14th and 21st Marcia 1962, which coincided with the removal of a kelideng (burial pole) that was in danger of collapsing into the Oya River.
I am seriously indebted to Naturaleza y Cultura Internacional (NCI), Chachapoyas, Amazonas region, Peru, by their support to this research; as well as to Lucio Gil for the logistics in the fieldtrip and to Caterina H.
Two required components of the equity of access course are a written cultural heritage autobiography (CHA) and a required fieldtrip.
In addition to this writing assignment, I incorporate a half-day fieldtrip within a few weeks of our brief review of environmental and social challenges.
Join in talks, watch plays and films, see famous faces or take a fieldtrip around the local area.