Peopling of the World
       Unit 1, Ch 1
Chapter overview


Humans migrated throughout much of the
world and began to develop tools, art,
agriculture, and cities.
1. Human Origins in Africa


Students should understand that the
earliest humans originated in Africa and
spread across th...
Section outcomes
1. Describe key scientific findings about human origins

2. List human achievements during the Stone Age

3...
How do scientists investigate the distant
past?
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
Artifact

Culture

Technology

Paleolithic Age: 2.5 mya to 8000 BCE

Neolithic Age: 8000 to 3000 BCE
Australopithecines

Homo habilus

Homo erectus

Homo sapiens neanderthalensis

Homo sapiens cro-magnon

Homo sapiens sapie...
HomerSapien
2. Humans Try to Control Nature



Students should be able to trace the
development of agriculture and evaluate
its effect...
Section outcomes
1. List technological and artistic achievements of the
  Paleolithic Age

2. Describe the Neolithic Revol...
The Paleolithic

 2.5 mya to ~8000 BCE
 Nomadic, hunter-gatherer lifestyle
 Simple stone tools
 Homo sapiens by 200,000 BC...
Tools
necessary
   for
migration?



 Reasons
     for
migration?
Paleolithic Art

 Oldest from 35,000 YA
 Aesthetic
 Instructive
 Sympathetic magic
Ozti, the
Iceman
            Scythian chieftain
Fujairah petroglyphs
United Arab Emirates
Chauvet Pont d’Arc
Lascaux, France
                  http://flickr.com/photos/cbrocas/
                              481503536/
Neolithic Revolution
Last period of glaciation




110,000 years ago and ended about 9,600 -
                9,700 BC
Extinct 10,000 ya
Domestication
8000
                 BCE7000          5500
3500
                6000BCE    5000   BCE
BCE
                BCE        BCE
...
8000
                 BCE7000          5500
3500
                6000BCE    5000   BCE
BCE
                BCE        BCE
...
Domesticable animals
 Flexible diet
 Reasonably quick growth
 Ability to breed in captivity
 Pleasant disposition
 Unlikel...
Animal         Human disease
                       measles,
    Cattle           tuberculosis,
                       sma...
Catal Hayuk
3. Civilization/ Ur


Students should be able to explain how
economic and social changes led to the
rise of civilizations
Section outcomes

1. Explain how villages grew into cities
2. List the characteristics of civilization
3. Describe how the...
Village to City


 Economic changes?

 Social changes?
Village to City
                       ere nce
               ed   iff         n,
        t is th           at ow
 Economi...
Ur
Civilization
  Advanced cities

  Specialized workers

  Complex institutions

  Record keeping

  Advanced technology
Civilization
❶ Advanced cities

❷ Specialized workers
❸ Complex institutions

❹ Record keeping
❺ Advanced technology
Civilization                  Title
                          Descript
                                    ion
❶ Advanced ...
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  • Conscious & purposeful activity of the highest order

    Paints from minerals, plants, blood, saliva, water, and animal fat
  • OZTI: 3300 BCE, 57 tattoos
    SCYTHIAN: 500 BCE, right arm
  • 18,000 BCE global temperatures begin to rise

    8,000 BCE cultivation begins
  • Dog: 15000 BCE
    Goat, sheep, pig: 10-8000 BCE
    in the Levant

    What do you notice about the distribution of food domestication?
  • Dog: 15000 BCE
    Goat, sheep, pig: 10-8000 BCE
    in the Levant

    What do you notice about the distribution of food domestication?
  • Dog: 15000 BCE
    Goat, sheep, pig: 10-8000 BCE
    in the Levant

    What do you notice about the distribution of food domestication?
  • Dog: 15000 BCE
    Goat, sheep, pig: 10-8000 BCE
    in the Levant

    What do you notice about the distribution of food domestication?
  • Dog: 15000 BCE
    Goat, sheep, pig: 10-8000 BCE
    in the Levant

    What do you notice about the distribution of food domestication?
  • Dog: 15000 BCE
    Goat, sheep, pig: 10-8000 BCE
    in the Levant

    What do you notice about the distribution of food domestication?
  • Dog: 15000 BCE
    Goat, sheep, pig: 10-8000 BCE
    in the Levant

    What do you notice about the distribution of food domestication?
  • Advantages & disadvantages of domestication?
  • pertussis = whopping cough
  • Turkey
    6000 BCE
    5-6000 people
    1000 buildings - so close, access via roof
  • Irrigation & agriculture
    City, artisan/ craftsmen
    Trade = barter system, and Scribes
    Ziggurat & priests
  • Ch 01 slides, The Peopling of the World

    1. 1. Peopling of the World Unit 1, Ch 1
    2. 2. Chapter overview Humans migrated throughout much of the world and began to develop tools, art, agriculture, and cities.
    3. 3. 1. Human Origins in Africa Students should understand that the earliest humans originated in Africa and spread across the globe.
    4. 4. Section outcomes 1. Describe key scientific findings about human origins 2. List human achievements during the Stone Age 3. Trace emergence of modern humans 4.State discoveries about modern humans
    5. 5. How do scientists investigate the distant past?
    6. 6. Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
    7. 7. Artifact Culture Technology Paleolithic Age: 2.5 mya to 8000 BCE Neolithic Age: 8000 to 3000 BCE
    8. 8. Australopithecines Homo habilus Homo erectus Homo sapiens neanderthalensis Homo sapiens cro-magnon Homo sapiens sapiens
    9. 9. HomerSapien
    10. 10. 2. Humans Try to Control Nature Students should be able to trace the development of agriculture and evaluate its effects on human societies
    11. 11. Section outcomes 1. List technological and artistic achievements of the Paleolithic Age 2. Describe the Neolithic Revolution 3. Explain the growth of villages
    12. 12. The Paleolithic 2.5 mya to ~8000 BCE Nomadic, hunter-gatherer lifestyle Simple stone tools Homo sapiens by 200,000 BCE art by 25,000 BCE
    13. 13. Tools necessary for migration? Reasons for migration?
    14. 14. Paleolithic Art Oldest from 35,000 YA Aesthetic Instructive Sympathetic magic
    15. 15. Ozti, the Iceman Scythian chieftain
    16. 16. Fujairah petroglyphs United Arab Emirates
    17. 17. Chauvet Pont d’Arc
    18. 18. Lascaux, France http://flickr.com/photos/cbrocas/ 481503536/
    19. 19. Neolithic Revolution
    20. 20. Last period of glaciation 110,000 years ago and ended about 9,600 - 9,700 BC
    21. 21. Extinct 10,000 ya
    22. 22. Domestication
    23. 23. 8000 BCE7000 5500 3500 6000BCE 5000 BCE BCE BCE BCE Domestication
    24. 24. 8000 BCE7000 5500 3500 6000BCE 5000 BCE BCE BCE BCE Domestication
    25. 25. Domesticable animals Flexible diet Reasonably quick growth Ability to breed in captivity Pleasant disposition Unlikely to panic easily Modifiable social hierarchy
    26. 26. Animal Human disease measles, Cattle tuberculosis, smallpox Pigs influenza, pertussis Chicken & ducks malaria
    27. 27. Catal Hayuk
    28. 28. 3. Civilization/ Ur Students should be able to explain how economic and social changes led to the rise of civilizations
    29. 29. Section outcomes 1. Explain how villages grew into cities 2. List the characteristics of civilization 3. Describe how the city of Ur exemplifies early civilizations
    30. 30. Village to City Economic changes? Social changes?
    31. 31. Village to City ere nce ed iff n, t is th at ow Economic changes?ge, W ha illa en av b we et changes? a ci ty? Social and
    32. 32. Ur
    33. 33. Civilization Advanced cities Specialized workers Complex institutions Record keeping Advanced technology
    34. 34. Civilization ❶ Advanced cities ❷ Specialized workers ❸ Complex institutions ❹ Record keeping ❺ Advanced technology
    35. 35. Civilization Title Descript ion ❶ Advanced cities Example ❷ Specialized workers Illustrat ion ❸ Complex institutions ❹ Record keeping ❺ Advanced technology

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