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Chapter One Peanut Introduction Answers Page 1 of your Chapter One Note Packet
1. This is the history of the world before the invention of writing. Prehistory
2. What does B.C. stand for? Before Christ
3. This is the study of the past. History
4. This is the study of the past based on artifacts that humans have left behind. Archaeology
5. This is passing down history by word of mouth. Oral History (Storytelling)
6. This is a source that comes from the period being studied. Primary Source
7. This is a source that was created after the historical event took place. Secondary Source
8. This is the type of historical source a textbook is. Secondary Source
9. This is the type of historical source a diary is. Primary Source
10. This is the imprint of a plant or animal. Fossil
11. This is an item left behind by humans. Artifact
12. This is what circa or c. means. Around that time period
13. This word means very old or long ago. ancient
14. Give an example of a stereotype. Women are bad drivers
15. What does A.D. stand for? Anno Domini
16. B.C. dates are like _______ numbers on a number line. Negative
17. A.D. dates are like ________ numbers on a number line. Positive
18. This is a person who writes about history. Historian
19. This is a person who digs up the artifacts that people have left behind. Archaeologist
20. This is the knowledge, beliefs, customs & values of a group of people. culture
Archaeology Unit Vocabulary. Prehistory - The time in history before anything was written down.
Chapter 3 vocabulary ARCHAEOLOGY archaeology The recovery and study of the remains of the past.
Social Studies Key Terms Chapter 3 ???? The remains or imprint of a plant or animal from a past Geological age. A) fossil B) prehistory C)excavation.
14 September 2015 Bellringer – Timeline & Source Review –# your papers Quick study guide questions? Bluff Review Game HW ~ Study ~ Chapter 1 Assessment.
INTRODUCTION TO WORLD HISTORY. HISTORY DEFINITION The story of what has happened in the past.
Chapter One Study Guide Check your answers!. Anno Domini The year of our lord.
Chapter 1 Uncovering the Past Historians and archaeologists study the people and places of the past.
Understanding History. Do Now: How do we study history? Oral traditions (stories) Written history (documents) Artifacts (objects from the past)
Chapter 1 Section 1 Studying History. 1. What is history? History is the study of the past. 2.Who are historians? Historians are people who study history.
JOURNEYS (OXFORD)1. 2 Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. George Santayana ( ), an American philosopher.
Bellwork – YOU DO NOT NEED A SMALL PIECE OF PAPER TODAY 1.Write your homework in your agenda 2.Have your plastic folder out and ready to use 3.Copy your.
Mr. Hendricks SS Period 2, 4, STUDYING HISTORY The study of the past We build on what others did in the past. History is the study of the past.
Archaeology Vocabulary Get ready to dig…Like in the DIRT!!
Bell Ringer Describe something that has happened in your past that affects your behavior today.
Intro to History Jeopardy Peeps Dates, Dates, Dates! Historical Hiccups Civilization, Ahoy! Vocabarama Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200.
Chapter 1 Vocabulary Quiz. Multiple Choice 1. A primary source is… A: information gathered by someone who did not take part or witness an event B: the.
INTERPRETING HISTORY: HISTORICAL EVIDENCE &ARCHAEOLOGY.
Core Concepts - Review History of the World. HISTORY Historians are people who study events in the past The past can be organized in two parts: history.
Chapter 1, Lesson 1 What is History?. 1. History is the study of people and event of the past. 2. People who study history are called historians. 3. Historians.
What is history? Why do we study history?. History – the study of the past, particularly in human affairs. Reasons for studying history…
What is History? Lesson 1-1 pages 4 to 9 (title for ISN input page) *make sure they update their table of contents.
Uncovering the Past 6 th Grade Social Studies. What is History? History is the study of the past. Historians study history by using clues from the past.
What you KnowWhat you Want to knowWhat you Learned Page 27: “What is History” K*W*L Draw this table into you composition book, on page 27.
Chapter 1 What Does a Historian Do?. Lesson 1 Why Study History?
I. Why Study History? A. History is the study of the people and events of the past. History considers both the way things change and the way things. B.
Chapter 1 : Uncovering the Past. Chapter 1 Section 1 History – study of the past A battle that happened 5,000 years ago and an election that happened.
Geography and History. Objectives The students will be able to: –Distinguish between history and prehistory –Identify other related sciences of history.
Endnote, book Quote, book Bibliography, Documentation Coal water 2 examples of a secondary source.
Thinking Like a Historian Unit #2. Warm Up List as many reasons as you can: Why should people study/learn about the past? What do we get out of it?
Early Humans Lesson 1 - Studying History. North Carolina Essential Standard Standard- (6.H.1) –Use Historical Thinking to understand the emergence, expansion.
Let’s Talk History Let’s Talk History How on Earth do you read that? Numbers? I thought this was social studies, not math!
Complete the step into place questions 1-3 on page 2 in the textbook BELLWORK FORMAT TODAY’S DATE 9/2/2014 Write the question(s). Answer the question(s).
Then write and answer the questions: Why is studying history important? Who writes history? Where do we get our ideas about history?
Chapter 2 Learning About Early People Section 1 All People Have A Culture Vocabulary p. 37 Culture – The way of life of a group of people at a particular.
Prehistory The time before writing was invented Events that occurred in the past before the invention of written records or writing Investigating the Past.
Archaeology. Archaeology – the scientific study of the remains of the past.
Introduction to Ancient Civilizations. 1. What is History? History is the study of the past. Historians are people who study history. How people lived.
VOCAB 100 TIMELINES 100 ARCHAEOLOGY 100 VOCAB II 100 TRIVIA
Early Humans Studying History. Warm-Up 1. Silently enter class. 2.Sit in assigned seat. 3.Copy down homework = finish vocabulary 1-11 and sign and return.
Composition Book Your Name on the Front World History ___________________ Create a Pocket on Back Cover Fold Papers and store them Assignment.
Historian’s Tools Historians use a variety of tools to help them study and understand the past.
Chapter 1 – Studying the Ancient World Section Notes Clues from the Past Putting the Pieces Together Video Archaeology, History, and Geography Images Evidence.
Chapter 1, Lesson 1 What is History? It Matters Because: Events of the past created the world we live in today, & knowing history can help us make predictions.
THIS IS With Host... Your Calendars Galore People who Study Old Stuff Timeline This! War! Dates, dates and more dates History.
WELCOME TO HISTORY!. THINK! First thing’s first, what is History? HISTORY.
Prehistoric What was here and how do we know??. Prehistoric Times “prehistoric” refers to the time period before written word. There was time when.
Studying History. History is the study of the past. Historians are people who study the past to understand people’s culture. – – Culture is the knowledge,
Geography and History Coach Parrish Chapter 1, Section 1 OMS.
.. History What is history? What is the job of a historian? What is culture? Archeology What is archeology? What is the job of an archeologist? What.
Prehistory. What is Prehistory? Period of time before people invented writing All things older than 5,000 years ago.
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