If you are starting your Social Studies unit with Early Civilizations, this resource is perfect for covering Hunter-Gatherers. Your middle school students will take a look at the nomadic lifestyle, egalitarian society, and early tools and weapons used by hunter-gatherers. As well, your students will learn about one of the few modern day hunter-gatherer societies, the Hadza, and will have an opportunity to analyze and compare their lifestyle to western society.
***JUST ADDED 10/17*** Diorama Project & Interactive Notebook Pages!
Students will create a 3D model representing hunter-gatherer life. Project includes student expectations, grading rubric, picture examples, and directions for making a 3D tree and hut.
Interactive Notebook Pages:
Foldables are a great way to bring note-taking to life! Perfect for kinesthetic learners, students cut, fold, and glue the interactive notebook pages to a spiral bound or composition book. Students add their own notes that pertain to the lesson. The interactive notebook pages correspond directly to the PowerPoint.
This Zipfile Includes:
:: Key Terms to display on bulletin board
:: 19 Slide PowerPoint presentation
:: PowerPoint Note-Taking Sheet
:: 2 Embedded Videos about the Hadza
:: Video Question Sheet to complete while watching the film
:: Article Abstract about Hadza
:: Analyze the Text worksheet (coincides with article)
:: Assessment (Short answer, T/F, Matching)
:: Assessment Answer Key
:: Diorama (3D Model) Project (**JUST ADDED 10/2/17**)
:: Diorama Expectations
:: Diorama Grading Rubric
:: Diorama Example Pictures (to get ideas flowing)
:: Directions with pictures to create a 3D tree and hut
:: 4 Interactive Notebook Foldables
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Ancient Civilizations Bundle: Hunter-Gatherer, Mesolithic to Neolithic, & Mesopotamia
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Early Civilizations: Mesolithic to Neolithic
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