How did hunter-gatherers survive in the Paleolithic Era?

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*This package contains a handout (in four formats: Apple Pages, Word, PDF, and Google Doc) and a PowerPoint (also available as an Apple Keynote).

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GLOBAL 9, UNIT 1

EARLY CIVILIZATIONS

LESSON 2

AIM: How did hunter-gatherers survive in the Paleolithic Era?

  • ACTIVITY 1 — DO NOW: Students should complete Activity 1 as they walk in and get settled before the bell rings. This activity will scaffold for the day’s lesson as well as for future lessons and should be used as a reference point for this topic in the future.
  • See-Think-Question activity through analysis of a photo of humans gathered around a fire during the Paleolithic Era.
  • ACTIVITY 2 — TEXT ANALYSIS: Students will read a text and answer questions. Can be completed in pairs.
    • KEY TERMS ANALYZED: PALEOLITHIC ERA, BCE, NOMADS, HUNTING AND GATHERING

  • ACTIVITY 3 -- DOCUMENT ANALYSIS: Students will analyze aspects of society, technology, and food during the Paleolithic Era to strengthen understanding of survival during the Stone Age.
  • ACTIVITY 4 -- ASSESSMENT: Students will choose one of two options for assessment to submit on looseleaf.
  • ACTIVITY 5 -- ADDITIONAL RESOURCE: GUIDED NOTES: Students will copy notes from the PowerPoint or otherwise as directed.
  • ACTIVITY 6 -- ADDITIONAL RESOURCE: DOCUMENT ANALYSIS: Students will analyze a secondary source document to examine life during the Paleolithic Era and scaffold for the changes of the Neolithic Revolution.

  • ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:
    • PowerPoint included with key terms. Counts as differentiation for visual learners with broken down definitions for students (or emerging ENL students) that need the extra reinforcement.
    • ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENT: Students may answer the AIM using the R.A.C.E.S. format (FREE Download Here).

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UNIT 1: EARLY CIVILIZATIONS

Lesson 1: Where did humans originate? Why did Neanderthals go extinct?

Lesson 2: How did hunter-gatherers survive in the Paleolithic Era?

Lesson 3: How was the Neolithic Revolution a turning point for early humans?

Lesson 4: How did geography influence the development of early civilizations?

Lesson 5: How did Sumerians innovate to advance Mesopotamian civilization?

Lesson 6: How does Hammurabi's Code still influence how we create and enforce laws?

Lesson 7: Why did civilization begin in Ancient Egypt?

Lesson 8: Why did the Egyptians mummify their dead?

Lesson 9: What are the historical and geographic contexts for the founding of Judaism?

Lesson 10: What are the main beliefs of Judaism?

UNIT 2A: ANCIENT INDIA AND CHINA

Lesson 1: What is cultural diffusion? How does trade lead to cultural diffusion?

Lesson 2: How did civilization develop in the Indus River Valley?

Lesson 3: What are the major beliefs of Hinduism?

Lesson 4: How did Buddhism begin?

Lesson 5: What are the main beliefs of Buddhism?

Lesson 6: How did Ashoka’s victory at Kalinga change the way he ruled the Mauryan Empire?

Lesson 7: How did the achievements of the Gupta Empire lead to the Golden Age of India?

Lesson 8: How did geography influence the development of civilization in Ancient China?

Lesson 9: How did Qin Shi Huangdi become the first emperor of China?

Lesson 10: How did Qin Shi Huangdi rule China? What do artifacts reveal about his reign?

Lesson 11: What are the ideas and beliefs of Daoism?

Lesson 12: What are the ideas and beliefs of Confucianism?

Lesson 13: How did the Han Golden Age impact Ancient China and the rest of the world?

UNIT 2B: ANCIENT GREECE AND ROME

Lesson 1: How did geography influence the development of civilization in Ancient Greece?

Lesson 2: How were Athens and Sparta different?

Lesson 3: How did the Golden Age of Athens impact Greek civilization?

Lesson 4: How did ancient Greek philosophers influence the way people view the world?

Lesson 5: How did Hellenism emerge from the conquests of Alexander the Great?

Lesson 6: Was Alexander the Great a hero or a villain?

Lesson 7: How did mythology and geography contribute to the development of Rome?

Lesson 8: How did the Roman Republic gain, consolidate, and maintain power?

Lesson 9: How was society and government structured in the Roman Republic?

Lesson 10: Why did the Roman Republic enforce the Twelve Tables?

Lesson 11: Why was Julius Caesar assassinated?

Lesson 12: How did life in the Roman Empire flourish during the Pax Romana?

Lesson 13: Who was Jesus of Nazareth? How did Christianity begin?

Lesson 14: What are the main ideas and beliefs of Christianity?

UNIT 3: THE MIDDLE AGES

Lesson 1: Why did the Roman Empire collapse? How did Europe change after the Fall of Rome?

Lesson 2: How did Charlemagne’s rule affect the spread of Christianity in Western Europe?

Lesson 3: What is feudalism? How did feudalism affect life in Western Europe?

Lesson 4: How did Japanese feudalism compare to European feudalism?

Lesson 5: How did geography affect the development of the Byzantine Empire?

Lesson 6: How did Justinian and Theodora rule the Byzantine Empire?

Lesson 7: How did Islam begin? What are the major ideas and beliefs of Islam?

Lesson 8: How did the Umayyad Caliphate use cultural diffusion to spread Islam?

Lesson 9: How did the Abbasid Golden Age impact both Islamic culture and the modern world?

Lesson 10: How did Mansa Musa use his wealth to spread Islam in West Africa?

Lesson 11: How did the Tang and Song Dynasties impact Chinese culture and innovation?

Lesson 12: How did Genghis Khan build the Mongol Empire?

Lesson 13: How did the Pax Mongolica affect future societies?

UNIT 4: MEDIEVAL CONFLICTS AND CULTURAL EXPANSIONS

Lesson 1: Why was the Norman Conquest of England a turning point for Christianity?

Lesson 2: How did the Magna Carta affect the absolute power of English kings?

Lesson 3: Why did European knights fight in the Crusades?

Lesson 4: How were the Crusades a turning point for Europe and the Islamic world?

Lesson 5: How did Joan of Arc challenge the role of women in Medieval Europe?

Lesson 6: How did the Black Death affect Europe after the Crusades?

Lesson 7: Where was the Ottoman Empire? How did the Ottoman Empire rise to power?

Lesson 8: How did the rule of Suleiman the Magnificent impact the Ottoman Empire?

Lesson 9: How did the Ming Dynasty eliminate Mongol rule and consolidate power?

UNIT 5: THE RENAISSANCE

Lesson 1: Why did the Renaissance begin? How was it different from the Middle Ages?

Lesson 2: How was the Renaissance a turning point for the way Europeans thought?

Lesson 3: How did humanism influence artistic expression during the Renaissance?

Lesson 4: How does someone become a Renaissance Man or Woman?

Lesson 5: How did Niccolò Machiavelli influence modern political thought?

Lesson 6: Why was the invention of the printing press considered a turning point?

Lesson 7: Why did Martin Luther’s Ninety-five Theses start the Protestant Revolution?

Lesson 8: Why did King Henry VIII break with the Roman Catholic Church?

Lesson 9: How did Elizabeth I stabilize England after centuries of political turmoil?

Lesson 10: What was the Inquisition? How did the Spanish Inquisition affect people?

Lesson 11: What was the Age of Absolutism? Why did Louis XIV use absolutism to rule France?

UNIT 6: THE PRE-COLUMBIAN ERA AND THE AGE OF EXPLORATION

Lesson 1: What was the Pre-Columbian Era?

Lesson 2: Who were the Olmecs? Does the “New World” have an ancient history?

Lesson 3: What were the main achievements of the Maya civilization?

Lesson 4: What was the Aztec Empire? How did the Aztecs innovate to build their empire?

Lesson 5: Why did the Aztecs practice human sacrifice?

Lesson 6: How did the Incas establish a successful civilization?

Film Aide: The Emperor's New Groove: Movie Questions

Lesson 7: Age of Exploration: Why did Europe want to explore the world in the late 1400s?

Lesson 8: Why were Spain and Portugal able to lead the way in the Age of Exploration?

Lesson 9: How did the Columbian Exchange impact Europe and the Americas?

Lesson 10: Was Christopher Columbus a hero or a villain?

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