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The Peopling of the World Prehistory – 2500 B.C.

The Peopling of the World Prehistory – 2500 B.C.

The Peopling of the World Prehistory – 2500 B.C. Humans migrate throughout much of the world and begin to develop tools, art, agriculture and cities. The Peopling of the World Prehistory – 2500 B.C. SECTION 1 Human Origins in Africa. SECTION 1. SECTION 2 Humans Try to Control Nature.

By KeelyKia
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The History of the United Kingdom

The History of the United Kingdom

C.R Jakobson Gymnasium. The History of the United Kingdom. by Ave Arak and Epp Jürisson Supervisors: T.Pukk and M.Maasen Viljandi 2002. Introduction. The British Isles have a rich history going back thousands of years .

By paul
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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?. Rocks and Soils. Question 1. Which rock can be used to write on a blackboard?. A Slate B Pumice C Chalk D Flint. Which rock can be used to write on a blackboard?. A Slate B Pumice C Chalk D Flint. £100. Question 2.

By elina
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World History

World History

World History. Coach Norred. History-8/2. Get out your syllabus Get out your 2 sheets that were given yesterday. On the Unit 1 Organizer, define the first 5 terms on your own paper. History-8/2.

By palti
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Travel Opportunity!

Travel Opportunity!

Travel Opportunity!. March 6 th : Trip to Dallas Visit the new Perot Museum of Nature & Science & Museum of Biblical Art hosted by Babs Cape signup in Lobby. websites: www.SeniorUniv.org www.VagabondGeology.com. Ancient Pathways

By christa
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Japan

Japan

Japan. By: Ekom E. Language. Japanese language is very different from Chinese language, though it originally came from ancient China. Japanese language once were characters that were called kanji. Children learn 1,006 kanji in elementary school and 939 in middle school. . Culture.

By arleen
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An Introduction to the stuff you will be learning this year.

An Introduction to the stuff you will be learning this year.

An Introduction to the stuff you will be learning this year. Psychology. The study of our inner feelings and behaviors. Do our feelings always match our behaviors?. What is it?. But I will still act tough. (but I will be crying on the inside, so be gentle).

By phillip
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Chalkboard Challenge

Chalkboard Challenge

Chalkboard Challenge. Social Studies Era 1 The Beginning of Human Society. Let’s Play. Final Challenge. Humanity’s Story. The Stone Age. Agriculture. Ages. Peopling of Earth. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400.

By dex
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The Story of Prehistory 200,000 B.C. To 3,000 B.C.

The Story of Prehistory 200,000 B.C. To 3,000 B.C.

The Story of Prehistory 200,000 B.C. To 3,000 B.C. The First Humans According to Scientists. CHUNKS. Scientists use DNA research to trace the origins of humans to Africa They call this first human “African Eve” She is a hunter-gatherer. The Old Stone Age: Stone Tools and Fire. CHUNKS.

By hila
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Early Civilizations

Early Civilizations

Early Civilizations. Hunters and Gatherers (Old Stone Age) Also called nomads, or people who moved from place to place. Social structure consisted of small groups of people that traveled together. Made simple tools and weapons, such as digging sticks and spears.

By dorothy
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Paleolithic

Paleolithic

Paleolithic. Paleolithic. Paleolithic---Old stone age. Paleolithic. -Paleolithic- --Old stone age -From the greek Paleo-meaning old, and Lithic-meaning stone. Paleolithic. -Paleolithic- --Old stone age -From the greek Paleo-meaning old, and Lithic-meaning stone

By jewel
(106 views)

Music of the Stone Age

Music of the Stone Age

Music of the Stone Age. impossible. Something that is impossible cannot be done. It is impossible to jump over your house. What is another action that is impossible to do?. treasures. Treasures can be gold, jewels, or very old paintings. The pirates buried their treasures in the sand.

By amber
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History Of Mining

History Of Mining

History Of Mining. History Of Mining. Some primitive mining activity occurred during the stone age when Neolithic Man exploited flint deposits. Some of these early flint mines consisted of vertical shafts 6 feet in diameter and 30 feet deep.

By chibale
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Early Peoples through the Agricultural Revolution

Early Peoples through the Agricultural Revolution

Early Peoples through the Agricultural Revolution. © Student Handouts, Inc. www.studenthandouts.com. Scientists Who Study Prehistory. What Is Prehistory?. What is the Stone Age?.

By marijke
(292 views)

Living in the Stone Age

Living in the Stone Age

Living in the Stone Age. Examining History. What is “ PRE-HISTORY ” ? What is the historical dating system? How has it changed? Humans have undergone massive development over millions of year. There are 4 major groups. Guesses?. 1. Homo Habilis Latin for “ handy man ”

By isolde
(128 views)

Can Solar Energy Replace Oil?

Can Solar Energy Replace Oil?

Can Solar Energy Replace Oil?. Hubbert Peaks Forum Ron Swenson. www.ecotopia.com/ISES. The Pretenders. IEA, EIA Shell, BP Saudi Aramco Lynch, Adelman Yergin Lovins. www.HubbertPeak.com/Pretenders. The Pretenders (closer to home).

By iolani
(118 views)

Affects of Technology on Society

Affects of Technology on Society

Affects of Technology on Society.

By giselle
(261 views)

Chapter 2 The Stone Age and Early Cultures

Chapter 2 The Stone Age and Early Cultures

Unit I:Early Humans and Societies. Chapter 2 The Stone Age and Early Cultures. By Mr. Zindman. Chapter 2: The Stone Age and Early Cultures. Essential Question: How did humans’ ways of living change as they interacted and adapted to their world?. Section 1: Studying History. The Big Idea

By pembroke
(1646 views)

Economy and the Environment

Economy and the Environment

Economy and the Environment. By: Milton Negron Jr. US Foreign Policy MLC, Bloomfield, CT, USA PPH1. Overview. Environment vs. Economy How does it apply today? What parts of the world does this argument hold true, where does it not?. Developed Countries. Tougher Environmental Laws

By maleah
(160 views)

History of Architecture

History of Architecture

History of Architecture. 1- Prehistoric Architecture. Savage. Barbarian. Prehistoric Architecture. Stone age Paleolithic ( Old Stone Age )- appeared first in Africa and are marked by the steady development of stone tools

By angelito
(1930 views)

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