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  1. Cornell Notes Topic/Objective: Neolithic Revolution Name: Ms. Ayers Class: World History Date: August 29 Essential Question: What is Neolithic revolution and how did life change after it? Questions: Notes: Summary:

  2. PREHISTORY Some Characteristics of the Paleolithic

  3. defn: pre·his·tor·ic before the creation of writing and/or recorded history

  4. PALEOLITHIC (Old Stone Age) Nomads: lived in caves, dugouts, or trees Hunter/Gatherers Used animal skins for warmth Bone tools and weapons Chipped stone (flint or obsidian)

  5. Paleolithic Stone Tools

  6. Subsistence Farming Growing just enough food to feed your own family Also known as NOMADIC LIFESTYLE

  7. PALEOLITHIC (Old Stone Age) Spoken language Fire Cave paintings

  8. What two events largely caused the move from Paleolithic to Neolithic?

  9. ANSWER: Development of agriculture (Cultivation) Domestication of the animal

  10. Water • Brainstorm as a class why water is so vital to people’s survival: • Fresh water is the key! (i.e. rivers, springs, lakes, ponds, streams)

  11. sedentary Describes people who stayed in one place, such as in a village, most of the time, rather than people who moved from place to place

  12. Where is it easier to grow food to eat? • The Desert • The Tundra • The Plains

  13. A Short Lesson on Time What is the definition of BC? Before Christ BC – Starts high, goes low What is the definition of AD? Anno Domini, Latin for “In the year of our Lord” AD - Starts low, goes high

  14. Time Revised Does anyone know how the time markers have been changed? BC is now BCE – Before Common Era AD is now CE – Common Era HINT: If a designation is not used (BC/AD, BCE/CE) it is in the AD/CE range

  15. Practicing with Time Put the following dates in order starting with the earliest. 931 BCE, 0, 1484 AD, 672 BCE, 8000 BC, 1787, 1999 CE ANSWER: 8000 BC, 931 BCE, 672 BCE, 0, 1484 AD, 1787, 1999 CE

  16. Spoke Diagram in Textbook • PAGE 27-29 • YOU MAY WORK TOGETHER TO FINISH THIS

  17. Works Cited • http://ed101.bu.edu/StudentDoc/current/ED101fa10/hillaryw/Images/plains_landscape.jpg • http://www.saharamet.com/desert/photos/desert2.jpg • http://www.kidsgeo.com/images/tundra.jpg