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1 NAME DATE The Unit Organizer BIGGER PICTURE LAST UNIT/Experience CURRENT UNIT NEXT UNIT/Experience UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS is about... UNIT RELATIONSHIPS Student Activities or Assignments UNIT MAP CURRENT UNIT Studying history - Origins of life - Ages of humankind - Overview North American Indigenous society - Mini-research projects (11 societies – where they lived, when they flourished, main contributions - Presentations - Map society locations - Timeline of society development - Note importance of various societies.. History and Society Roots of Society – Social 90 Interactions and Interdependence gaining a general understanding of the development of human societies Sequence / Timelines Description Compare / Contrast Problem / Solution Pros / Cons 1. Why did humans choose to live in societies? 2. How did societies develop? 3. Where did various societies develop around the world? 4. How can timelines of societal development help us understand human interaction? Ancient China or Ancient Japan by examining Medieval Europe or Renaissance Europe Aztec or Incan or Mayan Ancient Greece or Ancient Rome Mesopotamia or Ancient Egypt North American Indigenous society early peoples by overviewing

2 NAME DATE The Unit Organizer NEW UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS Expanded Unit Map is about History and Society gaining a general understanding of the development of human societies Ancient China or Ancient Japan by overviewing Medieval Europe or Renaissance Europe Aztec or Incan or Mayan Ancient Greece or Ancient Rome Mesopotamia or Ancient Egypt North American Indigenous society early peoples by overviewing

3 NAME DATE The Unit Organizer NEW UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS Expanded Unit Map is about History and Society - African view of the origin of life - European views of the origin of life Creationism Evolution - Ice Ages - Stone Age - Paleolithic times early hunters early societies spread of humans Cro-Magnon man - Mesolithic times - Neolithic times voyages controlling nature farming settlements gaining a general understanding of the development of human societies Ancient China or Ancient Japan by overviewing Medieval Europe or Renaissance Europe Aztec or Incan or Mayan Ancient Greece or Ancient Rome Mesopotamia or Ancient Egypt North American Indigenous society early peoples by overviewing - lived across North America - many different language groups - Algonquian (includes Blackfoot, Cree, Micmac, Ojibwa, and others) major language group in Canada - Mainly Cree in Saskatchewan BC – 1800’s - main contributions Mesopotamia - referred to as ‘the cradle of civilization’ - first group of people were the Sumerians - between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in the Middle East -5000BC – 2500BC - main contributions wheel pottery making copper tools and weapons irrigate fields study the stars engineering skills numbering system written language Ancient Egypt - along both sides of the Nile River BC – 300 BC - main contributions social organization paper hieroglyphic writing mummification shaduf (irrigation system) tools (levels, plumb lines, set squares) construction techniques drugs (castor oil, senna, opium, mercury) wooden boats papyrus sundials, water clocks geometry 365 day calendar Ancient Greece - southern Greece and island of Aegean Sea BC – 146 BC - main contributions Olympic games classical architecture tragedy and comedy language ideas of study (history, philosophy, medicine) democracy music Ancient Rome BC – 395 CE - Byzantine 395 CE – 1453 CE - main contributions laws government buildings roads aqueducts language Roman Catholic religion Greek Orthodox religion - Mayan: Belize – Southern Mexico Aztec: across Mexico Inca: Ecuador - Chile - Maya 300CE – 900 CE Aztec 1325 CE Inca 1430 CE – 1532CEa - main contributions terraced fields irrigated crops aqueducts developed fruit crops 20 varieties of corn 500 kinds of potatoes cocao, strawberries planned cities central plaza fine art and pottery pyramids Mayan writing Mayan number system Mayan calendar astronomy Medieval - Europe CE – 1350 CE - main contributions knowledge and goods from the Middle East domes, vaulted ceilings trade routes military weapons and tactics towns guilds sporting event census taking spread of Christianity and Islam Renaissance - Europe CE – 1550 CE - main contributions writers used own language not Latin questioning of Roman Catholic faith Nations developed strong leaders government institutions non-church schools rediscovery of Greek and Latin languages Ancient China - North China plain -Shang Dynasty 1766BC – 1027BC -main contributions religious philosophy (Confusius) porcelain paper and block printing Great Wall Grand Canal silk gunpowder and fireworks Ancient Japan - Islands of Japan -


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