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Period 1

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Transcript of Period 1

Key Concept 1.1.
Big Geography and The Peopling of the Earth
Paleolithic period
Explore Migration Routes
https://genographic.nationalgeographic.com/human-journey/

Questions to answer:
FIRE and
other TOOLS
Economics of Hunter-Gatherers/ Foragers
Most Hunter/Forager groups were self-sufficient and focused on small kinship groups

Some groups were not self-sufficient, however, and needed to exchange goods *with ideas and people following along*
Hunter Gatherer to Farmer
GOAL!
Technological and Environmental Transformations
Period 1
...to 600 B.C.E.

Activity:
Click on two of the yellow arrows on the migration route map and describe the migration details for those locations

RECORD THIS ON YOUR ANSWER SHEET TO TURN IN
RECORD THIS ON YOUR ANSWER SHEET TO TURN IN
4.Humans used fire for protection and warmth.What was unique about homo sapien's use of fire?

5.What types of tools and weapons are produced and why are they different from earlier tool making?
record this on your answer
sheet to turn in
1. When did homo sapiens appear in Africa?
2. When and where did homo sapiens first begin migrating out of Africa?
3. Why did they begin this initial migration?

Questions to answer
RECORD THIS ON YOUR ANSWER SHEET TO TURN IN
6. Why was the fertile crescent a good place
to become a farmer
Key Concept 1.2

The Neolithic (Agricultural) Revolution and Early Agricultural Societies

6. What do most early civilizations have in common?
7. Where did agriculture emerge? Which food crops are associated with which areas?
8. What are the advantages and disadvantages of
agriculture?
9.What were the advantages and disadvantages to
Pastoralism (being a herder)?
10.What advantages do you think that Eurasia had with its zoological set of animals compared to the Americas?
11. What does DFTBA mean?
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