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A Turning Point? THE NEOLITHIC REVOLUTION (AGRICULTURAL REV)
What was a time period in your life where something happened and as a result, nothing has ever been the same again? DO NOW -
Define: Turning Point: A time at which a decisive change in a situation occurs, esp. one with beneficial results. TURNING POINT
WITH JUST A QUICK SHAVE AND A SUIT A CRO-MAGNON WOULD LOOK JUST LIKE YOU!
Advantages VS. Disadvantages of being nomadic Hunter/Gatherers???
Women, who gathered wild berries, began to notice that the seeds they had scattered in previous years were turning into crops……ushering in the NEOLITHIC REVOLUTION! YOU CAN THANK WOMEN FOR THAT…
Define: Neolithic Revolution The shift from food gathering to food producing. NEOLITHIC REVOLUTION
Hunters began domesticating animals to create a larger food source as well as create a work force. Horses, sheep, goats, dogs DOMESTICATION OF ANIMALS
Should the Neolithic Revolution be considered a turning point? Why/Why not? TURNING POINT?!
Changes in environment Longer growing season Decrease in wild game Rise in population WHY DID THIS HAPPEN THEN?!
Slash and Burn Farming – Farmers would cut and burn trees to clear a field, use the ash as fertilizer, and then plant for a few years before moving on to a new piece of land. METHODS OF FARMING
Africa China Mexico Peru ALL EXPERIENCED THE NEOLITHIC REVOLUTION! RISE OF CIVILIZATIONS
THE NEOLITHIC REVOLUTION LEAD TO EVENTUAL RISE OF CIVILIZATION
Humans Try to Control Nature. Advances in Technology For tens of thousands of years, those of the Old Stone Age were Nomads. Highly mobile people.
Humans Try to Control Nature. Early Humans Nomads - highly mobile people who moved from place to place searching for new sources of food. Hunter-Gatherers.
Main idea: The development of agriculture caused an increase in population and the growth of a settled way of life.
Humans Try to Control Nature Chapter 1 section 2.
II. New Stone Age. A. Neolithic Age 10, years ago New Stone Age Marks the end of the last Ice Age Average world temperature increases Polish stones.
Also known as the Old Stone Age Hunter-Gatherer Society As culture begins to develop, they are able to overcome the many limits set by their physical.
Humans Try to Control Nature The Stone Age Scientists divide the Stone Age into 2 parts: –The Paleolithic Age AKA “Old Stone Age” 2.5 million B.C. to.
Paleolithic Age - second part of the Stone Age that lasted until the end of the last ice age Neolithic Age - latest part of the Stone Age beginning about.
Key Concept 1.2 Paleolithic cave drawings And The Neolithic Revolution and early agricultural societies.
CH. 1.2 Humans Try To Control Nature. Achievements in Technology and Art People of the Old Stone Age were nomads, meaning they wandered from place to.
The study of human history has been around for a long time- the earliest being almost 4 million years ago until present day Scientists have developed.
HUMANS TRY TO CONTROL NATURE ACHIEVEMENTS IN TECHNOLOGY AND ART 40,000 years ago!
Neolithic Revolution. Spiral Page 1 What is the Neolithic Revolution??? A revolution is a drastic change… the invention of agriculture the invention.
The Neolithic Revolution Ms. Carmelitano. The Neolithic Revolution The “New Stone Age” The Agricultural Revolution The shift from “food gathering”
Humans Try to Control Nature Chapter 1 Section 2.
Pre-history Pre-history is a time before written records How can we study pre-history if there are no written records? Archaeological evidence.
Origins of Mankind and Civilization Pre-history. Purpose The purpose of today’s lesson is to identify and understand the important aspects of the lives’
1.2 Humans Control Nature Aim: What was the Neolithic Revolution?
6th Grade UBD - Unit 2 - Neolithic Revolution. Cultivation and Domestication- The Neolithic Revolution was the beginning of farming and settlement.
Prehistory (p. 5) Nomads (p. 10) Hunter-gatherers (p. 10) Neolithic Revolution (p. 13) Domestication (p. 13) Civilization (p. 19)
The Neolithic Revolution. Hunting and Gathering Societies Were nomadic, migrating in search of food, water, and shelter Invented the first tools, including.
Main Idea : The development of agriculture caused an increase in population and growth of a settled way of life.
The Neolithic Revolution The Rise of Farming Society (10,000 – 5,000 BCE)
Neolithic Revolution …And How We Date Stuff. Dating Review B.C.E- Before the Common Era (AKA: B.C). Dates are in descending order. C.E- the Common Era,
Prehistory, the Neolithic Revolution, and River Civilizations.
Agricultural Revolution- A New Way of Life. The Fertile Crescent Civilization developed slowly in different parts of the world. People began to settle.
Chapter 1 Section 2 Notes. People gradually give up hunting and gathering and learn to cultivate crops, domesticate animals, and live in settled villages.
Early Human History Paleolithic art from Lascaux, France.
Pre-history. Key Terms Artifacts Culture Hominids Nomads Hunter-gatherers Agricultural Revolution Domestication Civilization Slash-and-burn farming.
Beginnings of Agriculture. Main Idea The first farmers learned to grow plants and raise animals in the New Stone Age Farming changes societies and the.
Humans Try to Control Nature Chapter 1 Section 2 (pages 12-16)
Paleolithic Age – “Old Stone” Age Hunters-gatherers – also known as foragers No extra food (will not survive a disaster) Small groups (not enough food.
The Controlling of Nature. Define the following terms Nomad Hunter-gatherer Neolithic Revolution Slash-and-Burn Farming Domestication.
The Beginning of Civilization. Pre-History History Domestication BCE & CE and AD Periodization Neolithic Revolution.
The Neolithic Revolution World History: Libertyville HS.
Chapter 3 From Hunters and Gatherers to Farmers. How did the development of agriculture change daily life in the Neolithic Age? By about 8,000 B.C.E.
Key Issue 1: Where did Agriculture originate?. Invention of Agriculture Prior to the advent of agriculture, all humans probably obtained needed food through.
Agricultural Innovation and World Population – 10,000 to 500 B.C.E. PopulationYearAgricultural Innovation 1–5 million10,000 B.C.E.Neolithic Revolution.
From Creation to Civilization. “The Family Tree”
AGRICULTURAL LAND USE Agriculture – the deliberate tending of crops and livestock in order to produce food and fiber Less than 2% of Americans are farmers.
Warm-up Why do you think humans stopped being nomads and formed civilizations?
Ch. 1 Notes – Emergence of Civilization. Mind Mapping – Effective Note Tool.
The Beginnings of Human Society Prehistory. Section 2 - Prehistory The Stone Age The Stone Age began when humans first made tools out of stone. This happened.
Social Studies Chapter 2 Ancient Civilizations The Earliest Human Societies.
Civilization A complex culture with five characteristics: –Advanced cities –Specialized workers –Complex institutions –Record keeping –Advanced technology.
6 th grade Ancient History Review Early Humans 1 question on the CST.
The Stone Age Chapter 1, Section 1 Pages What was the Old Stone Age The Stone Age is also referred to as the Paleolithic Period.
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