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The Five Features of a Civilization Copyright © Clara Kim 2007. All rights reserved.
Pneumonic Device Ants –Advanced Cities Cant –Complex Institutions (government, religion) Take –Technology Slick –Specialized workers Rice –Record Keeping
Advanced Cities In order to be considered a city it must have: –1. Large population –2. Must be a center of TRADE
Complex Institutions Institution – a long lasting pattern of organization in a community such as –Government –Religion –Economy
Technology New tools and techniques that solve problems and make life easier
Specialized Workers Specialized means someone has the skills to do a specific kind of work
Record Keeping Must have a developed system of writing so the people can: –Record business –Write a set of laws –Priests can record rituals and dates
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What is a civilization?. Advanced Cities In order to be considered a city it must have: –1. Large population –2. Must be a center of TRADE.
Aim: How can we better understand the Five Features of a Civilization? Copyright © Clara Kim All rights reserved. Do Now: Use your notes to complete.
Early Humans Copyright © Clara Kim All rights reserved. Essential Question: What is the impact of geography on the following? Human Settlement and.
What is a Civilization? A civilization is a complex culture with FIVE specific characteristics that work to make it function.
Culture and Civilization Ch. 1 and 2. Bellwork Mon 9/9/13.
Characteristics of Civilizations Advanced Cities Specialized Workers Complex Institutions Record keeping and Writing Advanced Technology.
Bellwork Mon 9/9/13. Culture and Civilization Ch. 1 and 2.
Warm-Up Write down the lesson name and objective In your notebook: Make a list of things a civilization MUST HAVE.
1. Why did people create the first villages? 2. What were some of the first large building projects? (You will need to think about the videos and readings.
Bell Ringer: What are the 5 themes of Geography (Briefly explain) and why are they important to the study of history?What are the 5 themes of Geography.
UNIT 1 PREHISTORY Hominids Hominids are humans and other creatures that walk upright. Originated in Africa about 4 million years ago.
GREECE Copyright © Clara Kim All rights reserved.
5 Characteristics Of Civilization. 5 Characteristics Indicate the rise of human civilization Characteristics continue to define and shape our civilization.
MRS. FREEMAN’S NOTES Evidence of Complex Societies.
The First Civilizations Civilization Neolithic Revolution – Agriculture – Food Surpluses Permanent settlements.
What is a civilization?. Think back.. As we discussed last week, we humans have spent the majority of our history as hunter-gatherers: people who moved.
Road to the Agricultural Revolution Paleolithic to Neolithic Era.
CIVILIZATION. Understand the shift from independent Agricultural Villages to complex cities and civilizations Recognize and understand the 5 characteristics.
INDIA Copyright © Clara Kim All rights reserved.
Characteristics of Civilizations World History. Objectives Content: Students will identify and describe the characteristics of a civilization. Language:
Prehistory to Early Civilizations Paleolithic Era Neolithic Era Civilization.
The 8 Features of Civilization. Cities Population centers that are notably larger and more organized than towns or villages and that support the other.
NEXT Villages Grow and Prosper Farming Develops in Many Places Farming in Africa, China, Mexico and Central America, Peru Different crops developed in.
What is a civilization?. Evidence of Ancient Civilizations.
■ Essential Question: –What was the significance of the Neolithic Revolution? ■ Warm-Up Question: – Let’s take a look at our Unit 1 Organizer! Find 5 phrases.
Do Now – Thursday, August 22 nd Name three geographic features that hindered movement in ancient Africa. Name three changes that occurred from the Paleolithic.
Road to the Agricultural Revolution Paleolithic to Neolithic Era Copyright © Clara Kim All rights reserved.
The Stone Ages Paleolithic Era Neolithic Era. OLD STONE AGE OLD STONE AGE 4.5 million years ago 4.5 million years ago Hominids emerged Hominids emerged.
Early Cities Start of Early Cities Cities start following the boom of the Neolithic Revolution –Constant food allows people to stay in one place and.
The Beliefs of Islam Copyright © Clara Kim All rights reserved.
Early Civilizations: Mesopotamia & Egypt Unit 1, SSWH 1 a and b.
Flip-Book World Studies. Bell-Ringer 12/3 What are the five characteristics of civilization?
CIVILIZATION p In what way did agriculture change the way people lived together? People began to live in larger and more complicated communities,
Civilization Case study: Ur in Sumer Chapter 1 Section 3.
The Neolithic Revolution (8000BCE-3500BCE) AKA Agricultural Revolution: Humans begin to slowly domesticate plants and animals. Introduction of farming.
What led to the growth of villages? Began to build elaborate irrigation systems Created food surplus Allowed branching out of jobs (pottery, metal.
Global History Chapter 1. HUMAN ORIGINS Where did people come from?
From Villages to the 1 st Cities First cities started as farming villages in the Middle East Uruk Considered to be one of world’s first cities Founded.
1. Advanced Cities ◦ Large group living together ◦ Trading center.
BELL RINGER Write about the following questions. Why do people like to live in cities? Why would early peoples want to live in cities? Why would an increase.
■ Essential Question: – What was the significance of the Neolithic Revolution? ■ Warm-Up Question: – Let’s take a look at our Unit 1 Organizer! Find 5.
Archaeology Copyright © Clara Kim All rights reserved.
World History Chapter 1 III. Foundations of Civilization.
Civilization: Case Study of Ur in Sumer Chapter 1 Section 3.
The Geography of Mesopotamia & the Fertile Crescent Chapter 3, Section 1 P
GROUP ASSIGNMENT: As a group, you will read the section of Ch. 2 that describes your assigned civilization. On the paper provided, you will then write.
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Foundations of Civilizations: Where did they come from and what did they have in common?
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