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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
Then write and answer the questions: Why is studying history important? Who writes history? Where do we get our ideas about history?
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Let’s Talk History Let’s Talk History How on Earth do you read that? Numbers? I thought this was social studies, not math!
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Prehistory The time before writing was invented Events that occurred in the past before the invention of written records or writing Investigating the Past.
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?
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Chapter One Study Guide Check your answers!. Anno Domini The year of our lord.
Geography and History. Objectives The students will be able to: –Distinguish between history and prehistory –Identify other related sciences of history.
14 September 2015 Bellringer – Timeline & Source Review –# your papers Quick study guide questions? Bluff Review Game HW ~ Study ~ Chapter 1 Assessment.
Bell Ringer Describe something that has happened in your past that affects your behavior today.
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.
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