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Unit 10: Societies change I 1- History What is history? Historical sources Historical ages 2- Prehistory Paleolithic Neolithic 3- The ancient world The first great civilizations
HISTORY It´s the combination of all the things that happened in the past HISTORIANS People who study history
HISTORY Family history Local Universal history (family) or (world) national (country)
HISTORICAL SOURCES Oral Written Graphic Material Historical sources are something that give us information about the past
PREHISTORY From the appearance of the first human beings until the invention of writing. 5000 years ago
THE ANCIENT WORLD From the invention of writing to the end of the Roman Empire in the year 476.
MIDDLE AGES From the end of the Roman Empire to the discovery of America in 1492
THE MODERN AGE From the discovery of America to he French Revolution in 1789
THE CONTEMPORARY AGE From the French Revolution to today
PREHISTORY Paleolithic Neolithic
PALEOLITHIC From the appaerance of the first human beings to the invention of the agriculture.
They lived in small groups called tribes.
They were nomads. They didn´t live in one place and move around looking for food.
They hunted animals and pick up fruit and plants to eat
They use fire and had simple tools made of stone, wood and bones.
NEOLITHIC From the invention of the agriculture to the invention of writing.
Humans learn about agriculture and stock farming.
They started to live in one place and fromed communities.
They started making clothes and pottery.
They used stone and metal to make more complex tools.
They started to express ideas with paited symbols. This was the beginning of writing
THE ANCIENT WORLD
The ancient world started with the invention of writing. It was invented at the same time (about 5000 years ago) in different places: China, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Mexico and Greece.
The Roman Empire
It was one of the great civilizations of the Ancient World. It started in Italy and included many places around the Mediterranean sea, including Spain
Laws The first laws were written Some societies were divided into free people or slaves.
Jobs and art The first jobs developed and people satrted to create art
Technology and business The wheel was invented. Transports and buildings developed quickly.
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