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SOUTHWEST ASIA: THE “NEAR EAST”

SOUTHWEST ASIA: THE “NEAR EAST”

SOUTHWEST ASIA: THE “NEAR EAST”. The “Cradle of Civilization”. Driscoll C A et al. PNAS 2009;106:9971-9978 (years before present, BP). Anatolia. Zagros Mountains (Jarmo). Levant (Jericho). V. Gordon Childe’s Neolithic Revolution: The Oasis Theory (1928, 1936).

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Document Based Questions

Document Based Questions

Document Based Questions. Global Studies I Mr. Cox. Bellringer. Essential Question. What is a DBQ? What is the answer to the first scaffolding question?. What is a DBQ?. Document Based Question One of two writing assignments featured on the Global History and US History Regent’s Exams

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Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Making a Living. What We Will Learn. What are the different ways by which societies get their food? How do technology and environment influence food getting strategies? How have humans adapted to their environments over the ages?. Five Major Food Gathering Strategies.

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Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Making a Living. What We Will Learn. What are the different ways by which societies get their food? How do technology and environment influence food getting strategies? How have humans adapted to their environments over the ages?. Five Major Food Gathering Strategies.

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AP World History

AP World History

AP World History. From Human Pre-history to the E arly Civilization Chapter 1. What is prehistory?. The things that happened to humans before their was written records. It is a lot like a vast black space penetrated by only an occasional pinpoint of light, representing our current knowledge.

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The Rise of Agriculture and Agricultural Civilization

The Rise of Agriculture and Agricultural Civilization

The Rise of Agriculture and Agricultural Civilization. Chapter 1 EQs: What is the difference between the Paleolithic and Neolithic Ages? What role does Geography play in the early development of mankind? How did the discovery of agriculture lead to civilization?. The Paleolithic Era.

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The Neolithic Revolution

The Neolithic Revolution

The Neolithic Revolution. The Neolithic Revolution. The Neolithic Revolution (8000BCE-3500BCE). Sometimes termed the Agricultural Revolution . Humans begin to slowly domesticate plant and animal stocks in Southwest Asia. Agriculture requires nomadic peoples to become sedentary .

By clare
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The Neolithic Revolution and Early Agricultural Societies

The Neolithic Revolution and Early Agricultural Societies

The Neolithic Revolution and Early Agricultural Societies. http://images-eu.amazon.com/images/P/0393317552.03.LZZZZZZZ.jpg. Food Production: The Biggest Mistake???. Food production = Hard Work! It often led to: poorer health shorter lifespan harder labor for the majority of people .

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M89

M89

M168. M130. M91. M96. M60. M201. M170. M304. M52. M89. NEXT. yDNA Haplogroup J. Haplogroup J (M304) arose somewhere in Mesopotamia between 15,000 and 10,000 years ago at the beginning of the Neolithic Revolution. As agriculture spread from the Middle East at the end

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The Neolithic Revolution

The Neolithic Revolution

The Neolithic Revolution. The Neolithic Revolution. The Neolithic Revolution (8000BCE-3500BCE). Sometimes termed the Agricultural Revolution . Humans begin to slowly domesticate plant and animal stocks in Southwest Asia. Agriculture requires nomadic peoples to become sedentary .

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The Neolithic Revolution AIM : How did the Neolithic Revolution change how civilizations develop?

The Neolithic Revolution AIM : How did the Neolithic Revolution change how civilizations develop?

The Neolithic Revolution AIM : How did the Neolithic Revolution change how civilizations develop? Do Now : You were just stranded on a deserted island. What would be five items that you would bring? Analyze : Compare and contrast the Neolithic Age and the Paleolithic Age. Early Man.

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AP World History Practice Questions (M/C)

AP World History Practice Questions (M/C)

AP World History Practice Questions (M/C). 1. Which of the following was the major effect of the Neolithic Revolution ? (A) The establishment of sedentary village communities (B) The spread of a migratory way of life (C) A decline in total population

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Agricultural Revolutions

Agricultural Revolutions

Agricultural Revolutions. There are 3 of them. Before Agricultural Societies NOMADIC: Hunting and Gathering Societies. What is a Revolution and how can you have a farming revolution?. So then What?. A revolution is any fundamental change or reversal of conditions,

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The Ph Locus and the rise of bread wheat Dr Glyn Jenkins

The Ph Locus and the rise of bread wheat Dr Glyn Jenkins

The Ph Locus and the rise of bread wheat Dr Glyn Jenkins. Wheat – a plant that feeds the world. Cultivated area: 215,489,485 Ha (area of UK 22,933,252Ha) Production: 670,775,485 tonnes Global productivity: 3.1 t/Ha Contributes 20 % of total food calories and protein in human nutrition

By sileas
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Unit 1: The First Civilizations and Empires

Unit 1: The First Civilizations and Empires

Unit 1: The First Civilizations and Empires. Prehistory-500 AD. Topics to Cover This Unit. 1.1 Prehistory-Civilization 1.2 Early Civilizations 1.3 Early Empires. 1.1 Prehistory-Civilization. Prehistory. To study prehistoric humans, historians must rely on archaeology and anthropology.

By josie
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Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Making a Living. What We Will Learn. What are the different ways by which societies get their food? How do technology and environment influence food getting strategies? How have humans adapted to their environments over the ages?. Five Major Food Gathering Strategies.

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Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution. Urbanization: Build your own Industrial City. The Urban Game Introductio n. Step 1 Draw 10 houses; 1 church; 1 cemetery; 1 store; 1 pub; 1 coalmine; & at least 50 trees!.

By nike
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The Neolithic Revolution

The Neolithic Revolution

The Neolithic Revolution. The Nature of the Revolution The Effects of Revolution CIVILIZATION. The Nature of the Revolution. During the Neolithic Age, people changed from being hunters and gatherers to being food producers. We call this the NEOLITHIC REVOLUTION.

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~ AKS 30a ~ Summarize the impact of the Neolithic Revolution

~ AKS 30a ~ Summarize the impact of the Neolithic Revolution

~ AKS 30a ~ Summarize the impact of the Neolithic Revolution. Humans Try to Control Nature. The Stone Age. Scientists divide the Stone Age into 2 parts: The Paleolithic Age AKA “ Old Stone Age” 2.5 million B.C. to 8000 B.C. The Neolithic Age AKA “ New Stone Age”

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Environmental Sciences: Towards a Sustainable Future Chapter 5

Environmental Sciences: Towards a Sustainable Future Chapter 5

Environmental Sciences: Towards a Sustainable Future Chapter 5. The Human Population: Demographics. Ch. 5 Outline. The world population explosion including the United States. What about your state? Different population growth rates in developed and developing nations.

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