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Bell Ringer (Separate Sheet, CW Grade) Please take out a blank sheet of paper. Flip the paper so that the longest side is horizontal. Divide the sheet into ten equal boxes. Title it (on the faint red line) “Stone Age Toolkit” When the images are projected, please sketch each object in the boxes. As we go through the interactive, please label each artifact and write a brief description

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Paleolithic Age & Neolithic Age
The Stone Age Paleolithic Age & Neolithic Age Bell Ringer (Separate Sheet, CW Grade)
Please take out a blank sheet of paper. Flip the paper sothat the longest side is horizontal. Divide the sheetinto ten equal boxes. Title it (on the faint red line)Stone Age Toolkit When the images are projected, please sketch eachobject in the boxes. As we go through the interactive, please label eachartifact and write a brief description Stone Age Toolkit We are going to learn what kinds of tools early humansused in the Stone Age. We will make predictions abouteach tool and then find out their actual uses. Pleasename each tool and write a brief description for eachtool. toolkit.html Mapping Human Migration
On your maps, label each continent and ocean (Becareful, this projection is one you arent used toseeing!) We will be going through an interactive. For each event, be sure to draw the arrows that showthe movements of early humans as they traveled out ofAfrica. Number each set of arrows as we go (follow along withthe map on the SMARTBoard) Fill in the blanks blow the map (numbers will matchup with the arrows) Homework Download the PDF on my webite:2_turning_point_-_the_neolithic_revolution.pdf Save it to yourcomputer! (No wifi required ) On a piece of paper, define the words in the Terms,People, and Places column on the first page. Also,draw the chart in the Note Taking column located onthe first page. Take notes using the chart and thenanswer question #2 at the end of the chapter. Bell Ringer #8 Take out your homework from last night and answerthe following questions: What is a nomad? How did agriculture (farming) change the wayhumans lived? What is the main difference between the old andnew stone ages? POP QUIZ! Clear your desk of everything except a writing utensil. You will have five minutes to complete your quiz. THE NEOLITHIC REVOLUTION MAIN IDEAS For most of human existence we hunted or gathered our food
Once we start farming, people are able to have jobs(specialization of labor) New jobs allow for new things like complex art, complex tools,complex religions, and complex permanent settlements Social Classes or status is now based on job, or gender insteadof ability Paleolithic vs. Neolithic Age
Paleo = Old Lith = Stone Paleolithic means theOld Stone Age Last approximately fromthe invention of the firststone tool about 2.6million years ago toabout 10,000 B.C.E. Hominids and HomoSapiens (Humans) Neo = New Lith = Stone Neolithic means the NewStone Age Begins around 10,000B.C.E. when agriculturebegins and ends around B.C.E. with theinvention of metal tools Only Homo Sapiens(Humans) Dwellings Paleolithic Neolithic Caves, huts, skin tents
Mudbrick with timber Lifestyle Paleolithic Neolithic Nomadic Groups of up to 50 Tribal
Hunters & Gathers Neolithic Sedentary Permanent settlements Raise livestock/agriculture Family structure changes Tools Paleolithic Neolithic Chipped stone Wood weapons
Light, dull tools Neolithic Polished stone Sharpened by grinding More complex Clothing Paleolithic Neolithic Animal skin/hide Animal skin/hides
Woven garments Government Paleolithic Neolithic Tribal/clan
Ruled by elders or thepowerful Matriarchal (femaledominated) orPatriarchal (maledominated) Neolithic Military and religiousleaders Monarchy develops Less equality among thesexes Rise of cities Economy Paleolithic Neolithic No private property Limited trade
Limited storage Neolithic Concept of privateproperty emerges Land, livestock andtools could now beowned Trade networks develop Economy means how people make money or get the things they want/need Health Paleolithic Neolithic Healthier diet of meat and wild plants
Humans were taller andlived longer comparedto Neolithic people People got more exercise Neolithic Less nutritious diet ofmostly grains People were shorter andhad a lower lifeexpectancy New diseases emerge Women had morechildren Food Paleolithic Neolithic Hunters and Gatherers Meat, fish, berries
Store only what they cancarry Neolithic Grew crops such as corn,wheat, beans Storage for surplus(extra stuff) Main Discoveries Paleolithic Neolithic Fire Rough stone tools
Agriculture Tools of polished stone Homework Create a flyer that will persuade a human living in10,000 BCE to either switch to agriculture fromhunting and gathering or switch to hunting and gathering from agriculture. Include information from todays lesson! This should be colorful, factual, and interesting! Bell Ringer #9 9/23 & 9/24 Take out your flyer homework
On a piece of paper quickly draw a two column chart Head the left side Pro and the right side Con Using the era that you made a flyer for (PaleolithicH+G or Neolithic Ag.) come up with as many pros(good things) and as many cons (bad things) as youcan think of regarding this lifestyle Otzi the Iceman Oldest, most intact human ever found!
Ice-Mummy- the cold preserved his organs and skin Found with many stone age tools youll recognize Cause of death? You be the detective! As we watch the film, answer the questions on yourworksheet (50% of the grade). After the film, you willneed to write a paragraph that uses all the evidencefrom the film to explain what you think is the mostreasonable explanation of Otzis death (50% of thegrade)mystery.html Homework Make Paleolithic Paint (instructions on website, ungraded)
Research cave paintings online and come to class withat least ten facts. This is a great website: We will have a split block with Mrs. Newtons class soeveryone needs to have this for MONDAY regardless ifI have you on an A or B day! Bell Ringer # 10 Why do people use images or pictures tocommunicate or tell stories? What sort of things do you think pictures left behindby ancient people tell us about the way they lived? Do you think it is easier or more difficult to expressideas through images instead of written language? Common Symbols in todays world
Where do you see these signs? What do they mean? Why do we use the same symbols and colors? Why would these signs not have words? Cave Paintings Cave paintings found all over the world.
In the Paleolithic Era, most paintingdepict humans hunting or just animals. They may have practiced animism or thebelief that plants, objects, and the naturalworld have souls Dark colors like black, brown, and redswere made from crushed rocks, shells,plants, or charcoal mixed with meltedanimal fats and plant sap Brushed on with hair, leaves, or fiberbrushes Often signed with palm print Cave Paintings Cave Painting continued
Show daily life and whatwas important to theartist (much like modernart) No written languageexisted back then, sothese paintings are someof the best clues of whatlife was like in the OldStone Age #paleokidsarethebestkids #mycaveonfleek Cave Painting Activity
Take out your paper bag and cut it in half so the inside(blank side) can be stretched out into two flat pieces Crumble it up and then smooth it back out to create acave texture Mix your crushed pigment (dirt, rock, shell, etc.) withoil and a little dish soap OR glue and water, to get apaint consistency Assignment Paint a scene that represents the important things inyour life WITHOUT using any words Just like real cave paintings, these should show daily life,common sights, or personal beliefs These will get stapled into Interactive NB (right side)when dry Write a paragraph (5-8 sentences) explaining thesymbols or pictures you used and how it representsyour life. (Write on the left side of InteractiveNB) Both of these artifacts will go in your interactivenotebook Bell Ringer Take out your Otzi Worksheet
Make sure your Interactive Notebooks table ofcontents is update: 1. Mental Map of NVIB 2. Migration Story 3. Personal Timeline 4. Cave Painting paragraph (left side) painting (rightside) 5. Nacerima For the new entry, see Mr. Pentzaks example Nacirema Story5 Vocab Main Ideas/Reaction Write the next paragraph Understanding the Nacirema
Nacirema=American Notgnihsaw=Washington Latipsoh=Hospital Private shrines=bathrooms Holy-mouth men=dentists Listeners=therapists Cutting faces=shaving Baking heads=salon