01 early humans

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01 early humans

  1. 1. AIM: How did early humans survive? DO NOW: How do we know people lived thousands of years ago??
  2. 2. TRACING THE MIGRATION (MOVEMENT) OF EARLY HUMANS ACCORDING TO THE MAP, WHERE DID EARLY HUMANS ORIGIN? AFRICA
  3. 3. LOUIS & MARY LEAKEY (1903-1972) - Kenyan archaeologists who began looking for early human remains in East Africa. They found many tools, bones & other artifacts. *NOTES* DONALD JOHANSON - (1974) archaeologist who found “Lucy”, a part of an early human skeleton in Ethiopia
  4. 4. *NOTES* STANDARDS FOR BEING HUMAN: 1. 90cc skull size 2. Upright vertebrate 3. Thumb for tool making
  5. 5. WHAT ARE THESE IMAGES & WHAT DO THEY TELL US ABOUT EARLY HUMANS?
  6. 6. *NOTES* Paleolithic Era (Old Stone Age) 2 million B.C. - 10,000 B.C. 1. Hunting & gathering societies 2. Nomads- people who travel from place to place in constant search of food and water 3. People traveled in small groups 4. Simple tools/weapons made of stone, bone & wood 5. Use of clothes & fire 6. Cave paintings found of animals 7. Animism- religion which involves worshipping spirits in nature
  7. 7. Assignment Using the notes, create a drawing of a typical day of life in the Paleolithic Age.

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