Aim: How do we talk about prehistoric people? Do Now: Get out your vocabulary cards and make a card for the following vocabulary words. Permanent tents herd domesticate livestock warriors primitive Surplus Weapons equality
permanent <ul><li>Does not change. Something that is forever. </li></ul><ul><li>“This is now your permanent seat,” the teacher told the student. </li></ul>
weapons <ul><li>Things that we use to fight </li></ul>The students are not allowed to bring weapons to school.
equality <ul><li>When two things are the same </li></ul>Is there equality between men and women in this country?
Tents <ul><li>A small place to sleep usually made out of cloth. </li></ul>When we go camping, we sleep in tents.
Herd <ul><li>A group of animals together. </li></ul>Cows travel in a herd .
domesticate <ul><li>To make into something that can live inside a house. Example: some animals </li></ul>Dogs are domesticated , they are trained to live inside a house.
livestock <ul><li>Animals on a farm </li></ul>Cows, chicken, and pigs are examples of livestock .
warriors <ul><li>A fighter, someone who fights </li></ul>The warrior in Greece won many wars.
Primitive <ul><li>Early history </li></ul>People in primitive times did not know how to read and write.
surplus <ul><li>A lot of something, more than what you need. </li></ul>There is a surplus of people in China.
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