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Midterm Review DAY 1 …

Midterm Review DAY 1
Paleolithic Age
Neolithic Age

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  • 1. Midterm Review Do Now: Grab 5 flashcards Start thinking… “MIDTERM” Each person grab a number from your team color pile of numbers.
  • 2. Housekeeping
    • If you have any extra flashcards, pens, or pencils please bring them in.
    • Start gathering old study guides…they could be helpful!
    • No homework…besides studying, but there will be a quiz Thursday & Monday based on the review material.
    • Carlucci Points: I will be taking them on Friday!!!!
    • Afterschool Schedule:
      • Jeopardy Wednesday: Ancient Civ’s & Geog
      • Jeopardy Thursday: Religions
      • Jeopardy Friday: Classical Civilizations
      • Monday: Last minute questions?????, make-up??
  • 3. NUMBERSSSSSS Round 1
    • A multiple choice question will appear.
    • The choices to the question will materialize after given sufficient time for reading the question.
    • After the answers emerge the team will have three seconds to decide the correct answer and put it up in the air.
    • For each correct answer the team will receive one point.
  • 4. Studying oral histories, archaeological evidence, and cultural histories are methods most often used by
    • 1 economists
    • 2 philosophers
    • 3 anthropologists
    • 4 political scientists
  • 5. What is a cartographer ?
    • 1. Political Scientist
    • 2. Archaeologist
    • 3. Anthropologist
    • 4. Mapmaker
  • 6. Which of the following is a characteristic of the Paleolithic Era?
    • 1. Gathering fruits
    • 2. Nomadic Life
    • 3. Animism
    • 4. All of the above
  • 7. Before towns and cities can develop in a society, the society needs to establish
    • 1.an educational system
    • 2.a writing system
    • 3.an agricultural surplus
    • 4. a democratic government
  • 8. One result of the Neolithic Revolution was
    • the establishment of villages and the rise of governments
    • an increase in the number of nomadic tribes
    • 3. a reliance on hunting and gathering for food
    • 4. a decrease in trade between cultural groups
  • 9. People who have no permanent home and move from place to place are called
    • 1. farmers 3. laborers
    • 2. nomadic 4. prehistoric
  • 10. A belief of animism is that
    • 1. after death the soul is reborn in another human form
    • 2. holy wars must be fought to gain entry into heaven
    • 3. meditation leads followers to nirvana
    • 4. spirits of nature inhabit all living and nonliving objects
  • 11. Round 2 True or False
    • Team colors will be called.
    • If your team color is called prepare yourself to answer if you believe a statement is true or false.
    • If the majority of the team has the correct choice up the team receives one point. If every member of the team has the correct answer the team will receive two points.
  • 12. Statement 1 Domesticate means to tame. True.
  • 13. Statement #2
    • India experienced ethnocentrism due to its isolation from other civilizations.
    False…China….due to Isolation
  • 14. Statement #3
    • Hieroglyphics were used in cities such as Babylon and Sumer in the ancient civilization of Mesopotamia.
    False…used in Egypt!
  • 15. Statement #4
    • The first humans came from the Great Rift Valley in East Africa.
    TRUE.
  • 16. Statement #5
    • A nomad acquired its food by farming crops and domesticating animals.
    False….A nomad is a person who travels from place to place in search of food by hunting and gathering.
  • 17. Statement #6
    • The Neolithic Revolution refers to a time when nomads stopped hunting and gathering and began to farm and domesticate.
    True…The time period when people went from nomadic hunting and gathering to farming and domestication
  • 18. Statement #7
    • Examples of a primary documents include a diary, eyewitness account, and a biography.
    False….A diary and eyewitness account are primary documents, but a biography is a secondary source.
  • 19. Front of First Flash Card
    • Culture
    • Civilization
    • Cultural Diffusion
  • 20. Back of FlashCard
    • Culture: A people’s way of life-their foods, clothing, customs, and beliefs
    • Civilization: Advanced form of society; people living in cities, complex highly organized social order
    • Cultural Diffusion: spread of ideas, customs, and technologies from one people to another
  • 21. Front of Flashcard
    • Paleolithic Revolution
    • What is a nomad?
    • Where did the first humans come from?
  • 22. Back of the Flashcard
    • Nomadic way of life: People traveling from place to place in search of food.
    • First humans from East Africa, the Great Rift Valley
  • 23. Front of the Flashcard
    • Neolithic Revolution
    • When?
    • What?
    • Agriculture
    • Subsistence Farming
  • 24. Neolithic Revolution
    • When: About 10,000 years ago
    • What: People changed from nomadic hunting and gathering food, and learned to grow crops and domesticate animals
    • Agriculture: food is necessary when developing a society
    • Subsistence Farming: producing only what is needed
  • 25. Early Writing
    • Hieroglyphics
    • Cuneiform
    • Calligraphy
  • 26. Hieroglyphics/Cuneiform
    • Earliest writing systems were:
      • Hieroglyphics: Egyptian picture-writing cut in stone or written on papyrus
      • Cuneiform: Symbol writing on wet clay, developed by Sumerians in Mesopotamia
      • Others: Chinese developed calligraphy & Phoenicians developed alphabet
  • 27.
    • Sources
    • Religion Basics
  • 28.
    • A primary source is a first hand account
    • A secondary source is an after the fact account
    • -Later writings or interpretations of another’s work
    • Polytheism : Believing in more than one god
    • Monotheism: Believing in one god