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11754-2015

Culture Unit Test - Wednesday Oct. 28, 2015

QuestionAnswer
Primary Sources An artifact that was created when the event took place
Secondary Source An artifact that took place after the event happened.
Archaeologists A person that studies the remains or fossils of past cultures
Excavate To dig up out of the ground.
Artifacts Objects made by people in the past
Paleolithic Era(Old Stone Age) Also known as the Old Stone Age. The period of time when people used simple stone tools.
Hunters-gathers People that hunted animals and also gathered food(plants, berries, apples) to eat from the forests.
Technology of Stone Age People Technology is stone knives, axes, spears, arrows with stone points.
Flaking To shape a soft stone by hitting it with another hard stone. Chip away pieces of the stone edges to make it sharp.
Fire and Shelter Stone Age People used fire for cooking, to keep warm and light at night. They learned how to make a shelter to sleep in.
Better Hunting Tools Stone Age People used and created a spear thrower and also a bow and arrow to hunt animals that were far away.
Metals Stone Age People discovered they could use cooper to make stronger metal for tools. Metal is stronger than rocks/stone.
Migrate Move from place to place to live.
Neolithic Era(New Stone Age) This is the time after the stone age when people began to settle/live in one place(or permanently). Called the New Stone Age
Agriculture This means to farm. Grow foods
Domesticate To train an animal or plant to be useful to people.
Surplus To have more than you need. An extra supply of something.
Specialize To do particular kinds of work. A pitcher just pitches. A first baseman just play first base.
Civilization A culture that has developed systems. Religion, Rules, Government, Language.
Catal Huyuk One of the world's first cities. The houses had thick brick walls. Flat Roofs. No streets, No doors. People entered through their roof climbing down ladders.
Reading Time Lines Page 64 and 65. Also calculate Reading Time Lines Page 64 and 65. Also calculate
Latitude(parallels) Lines that run east to west. The equator is at zero degrees.
Longitude(meridians) Lines that run north to south. Prime Meridian is at zero degrees
Distribution Map A map that shows how people, languages, religion, rainfall or other information is spread out over the map.
Historical map A map that shows information about the past or where past events took place.
Elevation Map Shows the elevation of the land
Physical Map A map that shows earths naturals features.
Relief on a map Shows shading on a map
Political Map A map that shows capital cities, states, countries and other political information.
Flashback To think of something that happened in the past.
Foreshadow Something that will happen in the future. Hints of what will happen next
Parts of Plot Exposition, Rising, Action, Climax, Falling, Action/Resolution
Exposition the first stage of the story where we find out who the characters are and what happened.
Rising the second stage of the story where you find out what happened or what the conflict will be.
Action what the story is about or the main event
Climax The most interesting part of the story
Falling what happens after the climax or most interesting part of the story
action/resolution how the story ends
External conflict A character struggles against an outside force
Internal conflict A character struggles against something in their mind. Try to make a decision what to do.
plot What happens in the story
setting time and place when story occurs
External Conflict Person vs person; Person vs nature; Person vs Scoiety
Internal Conflcit Person vs self
time line A time line is a diagram of events arranged in the order in which they took place.
century 100 Year time period
decade 10 year time period
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