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Hannah Wagner how did humans directly impact their environment. Mrs. Volker and Mrs. Magee Talent 21 project.

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hannah wagner how did humans directly impact their environment

Hannah Wagnerhow did humans directly impact their environment.

Mrs. Volker and Mrs. Magee

Talent 21 project

intro

Today I will be showing you a power point on how humans directly impact their environment. For example, some of the people are early farmers. Rome, Greece, Early man. You will learn how all those places impacted their environment.

Intro
after glacier a ge

Land was changed as the Glaciers melted

  • More lakes were made as they melted
  • Some Animals died out
After Glacier Age
early man

They used stone tools to make weponds and house needs

  • They also used weapons to kill their pray.
  • They would kill their pray and eat it for food
  • They would also kill the animals for close and also the animals for their houses.
Early Man
early farmers

They use plows

  • Clearing trees away by fire to make flat land
  • Irrigation
  • Sticks
  • Strong water
  • Slash and burn fire
Early farmers
mesopotamia

They melted copper and tint to make bronze for the plow.

  • They used irrigation systems
  • They also used a hoe to farm
Mesopotamia
egypt

they controlled the Nile river

  • They build pyramids with mud
  • cut down trees to make fire
  • They traded from cutlers
Egypt
greece

they had lots of mountains

  • They had great deals
  • They harvest
  • They traded a lot
  • They started the Olympic games
Greece
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They made stone buildings

  • They threw their garbage out the window into the streets
  • They sacrificed animals to their Gods
Rome
conclusion

In this project I tried to show you how other places impacted the earth. I learned that ancient cultures did different things than other people. I learned that someone people did different things back then, than us.

Conclusion
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