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1.2 Hunter-gatherers

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General rules during history class:


  • phones on airplane mode (or off) in your bag
  • chromebooks stay closed
  • have your textbook, a notebook & pen on your desk

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

1. The Age of Hunters and Farmers
1.2 Hunter-gatherers

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

What you will learn in 
this lesson
  • what are hunter-gatherers?
  • what are sources?
  • why are sources important to learn about prehistoric people?
  • why did hunter-gatherers live in small groups?
  • why did hunter-hatherers have only few belongings?
  • how did hunter-gatherers adapt to the climate?

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

Word Duty





Cave paintings: paintings made in caves by prehistoric humans

Prehistory: time in history before people could read and write

Sources: remains from the past

Hunting-gathering: a way of living where people hunt animals and gather food like plants and berries to survive

Nomads: people who do not live in a fixed place

Link to WRTS wordlist for all the other difficult words: WRTS HISTORY







KEY WORDS

Slide 4 - Tekstslide

lesson 1.2: Hunter-gatherers
  • For thousands of years humans lived from hunting animals and gathering fruits and vegetables. This way of life is called: hunter-gathering.
  • Hunter-gatherers were nomads: they moved from place to place, following the animals they hunted.
  • They lived in small groups, between 20 - 30 people.

Slide 5 - Tekstslide

Slide 6 - Sleepvraag

Jagers en Boeren
Regenten en Vorsten
Grieken en Romeinen
Monniken en Ridders
Steden en Staten
Ontdekkers en Hervormers
Pruiken en Revoluties
Burgers en Stoommachines
Wereldoorlogen
Televisie en Computers

Slide 7 - Sleepvraag

Create the correct story of the video by dragging the texts to the correct place.

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Europe suffered from an Ice Age while Africa became hot and dry.


Neanderthals became extinct.

1 million years ago Heidelbergensis lived 
in Europe and Africa
30,000 years ago Homo Sapiens migrated from Africa 
to Europe
The climate changed:
Homo Sapiens is the only remaining species of humans.
Heidelbergensis could not use imagination as we can
European Heidelbergensis evolved into Neanderthals and African Heidelbergensis into Homo Sapiens

Slide 8 - Sleepvraag

sources (= bronnen)
  • the people we study in history are all gone. They can no longer tell us what happened.
  • So, how do we know what happened in the past?
  • Answer: from the remains they left behind. 
  • These remains are called SOURCES
  • All the sources together make up the story of history.
  • There are many different types of sources: 
  • for instance: written and physical (or unwritten) sources
  • Examples of physical sources are:

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

written 
sources
unwritten sources
Drag the pictures to the correct place

Slide 10 - Sleepvraag

sources are important because they give us:
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water
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information
C
solutions
D
a narrative

Slide 11 - Quizvraag

now, write down one example of a

physical source

Slide 12 - Open vraag

now, write down one example of a

written source

Slide 13 - Open vraag