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What does the word ‘survival’ mean? Do we worry about surviving? How do we get things (food, games, clothing, etc.)? Did people always use money to get things they wanted or needed? Have you ever traded something to get something else?. The First Occupants: Survival, Trade & Culture.

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  • What does the word ‘survival’ mean?

  • Do we worry about surviving?

  • How do we get things (food, games, clothing, etc.)?

  • Did people always use money to get things they wanted or needed?

  • Have you ever traded something to get something else?


The first occupants survival trade culture

The First Occupants: Survival, Trade & Culture


Survival was the most important
Survival was the most important

  • All of the First Occupant groups had to survive

  • Food/Shelter/Clothing/ Tools

  • Everything they needed came from NATURE

  • The First Occupants DEPENDED on nature and the environment



Trading
Trading find where they lived?

  • Trading is called the ‘Barter System’

  • Some tribes did not have access to certain things

  • Groups used SURPLUS to trade with other tribes to get what was needed

  • SURPLUS means EXTRA


  • Where do all the things we buy come from find where they lived??

  • How does it get to our house?

  • What kinds of transportation do we use to get things to the store?

  • Do you think the First Occupants had the same types of transportation?


First occupants trade networks
First Occupants: find where they lived?Trade networks

  • Each group lived in a different area  (vegetables, furs, stones beads, etc.)

  • Groups travelled and met up with each other to TRADE.

  • Goods were passed along and could go from one end of North America to another, going from one person to another to another....

  • This is called: TRADE NETWORKS

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Why was find where they lived?trading important?

  • To get items that were needed (food, clothing, etc.)

  • Show generosity between the different groups

  • To help make friends between the different groups


What does the word culture mean
What does the word ‘Culture’ mean find where they lived??

Culture can include:

  • Languages,

  • Customs,

  • Singing and dancing,

  • Art,

  • Religions,

  • Ways of thinking,

  • Story telling

  • and a lot of other things


Culture respect for the environment
Culture find where they lived?– Respect for the Environment

  • The First Occupants had lots of respect for nature Why?

  • The environment helped the First Occupants survive

  • Food, shelter, transportation, tools, etc.  provided by the environment



Spirituality religion animism
Spirituality/Religion: find where they lived?Animism

  • The First Occupants were ‘Animists’

  • They believed that everything had a spirit

  • They believed that spirits could keep living after death.

  • For example, a deer’s spirit could live on after the deer had died.


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Spirituality/Religion: Animism find where they lived?

  • Animism was connected to nature and the environment

  • Animism respected nature and the environment (plants, animals, etc.)

  • You can see the respect for nature in First Occupant art


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