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Goal One: Historical Tools-The learner will recognize, use, and evaluate the methods and tools valued by historians, compare the views of historians and trace the themes of history. 1.01-Define history and the concepts of cause and effect, time, continuity and perspective 1.02-Analyze and interpret primary and secondary sources to compare views, trace themes and detect bias. 1.03-Relate archaeology, geography, anthropology, political science, sociology, and economics to the study of history. 1.04- Define the themes of society, technology, economics, politics, and culture and relate them to the study of history.
The record of past events and times, especially in connection with the human race
Anthropology: Study of human societies and culture Archaeology: Study of prehistoric people and their culture Geography: Study of the physical features of the earth Economics: Study of production and consumption of goods and services Political Science: Study of politics and governments Sociology: Study of social institutions Psychology: Study of the mind and behavior
To understand people and societies To understand how and why changes occur in societies To understand our own personal histories
History is like a puzzle and we discover what happened in the past by putting together the pieces. Historians examine: Artifacts Customs & Traditions Oral Histories Primary sources ▪ Documents ▪ First had account of events Secondary source ▪ Material written about an event after the event has occurred
Interaction between humans and the environment Cultures State building, expansion,conflicts Creation, expansion,interaction of economic systems Development, transformation of society
Location Place Movement Region Human/Environment Interaction
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