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SS Final

What is a historical map? A historical map shows information about the past or where past events took place.
What does a map title tell you? A map title tells the subject of the map and often includes the dates of the subject in the title.
What is a distribution map? A distribution map shows how people, language, religion, rainfall or other information are spread out through an area.
What is a physical map? A physical map shows Earth's natural features such as landforms.
Are man made features found on a physical map? No, man made features/structures are not found on a physical map. Only mountains, rivers and oceans are found on a physical map.
Does physical maps show the height of land above sea level? Yes, physical maps show how high land is above sea level.
What is a political map? A political map shows capital cities, states, countries and other political information.
Do political maps use lines to show borders? Yes, political maps use lines to show borders. They may also use colors to show different political areas.
What is a primary source? A primary source is any artifact that was created at the time of the event. Example: The baseball from the first world series.
What are examples of primary sources? Pictures Textbook, Carved Rock, A Greek Vase, a Video about Rome? Examples of primary sources are: Pictures, Carved Rock, A Greek Vase.
What is a timeline? A timeline is a diagram that shows when events took place during a given period of time.
How do you read a time line? A timeline starts with "BC" Before Christ on the left or the oldest dates. Then goes to "AD" After Death on the right towards today.
Write this down on a piece of paper and organize. AD 800, 800 BC, AD 1200, 1200 BC, AD200, 200BC 1200 BC, 800 BC, 200 BC, AD1, AD200, AD800, AD1200.
What is culture? Culture is the way of life a group of people at a particular time including their daily habits, beliefs and arts.
What is a Cultural Interaction? A Cultural Interaction is when two or more cultures interact. They join together and share, language, art, music.
What is oral history? Oral history are spoken records including stones that have been passed to one another.
What are values? Values are the most important part of a culture. Values are the things that the people of that culture think are the most important in life.
What is a region? A region is an area with common features that set them apart from other areas. The beach has all sand. The woods are all trees.
What are Customs? Customs are ways of living that people practice regularly over time. Birthdays, Weddings, Christmas, Parties, Thanksgiving.
What is a civilization? A civilization is a culture that has developed systems of doing things: Laws, Prison, Religion, Education, Government.
What is technology? Technology is any tool developed to make life easier.
What are examples of OSA Technology? OSA Technology are: hand stone axe, bow and arrow, spears.
What are examples of NSA Technology? NSA Technology are: tools, domestication, cloth, spoon, fork.
What is agriculture? Agriculture is raising of crops and animals.
Why is Agriculture significant? Agriculture is significant as it lets people live and survive in large groups.
What is surplus? Surplus is extra of something. We have a surplus of baseballs.
What did a surplus allow people to do? A surplus allows people to build up a supply of something and then spend time doing other things. People could specialize in a do job or do other work. cabinet builder, teacher, instead of farming all day.
Where did most early civilization seem to develop? Most early civilizations developed near rivers or farm land called fertile crescent.
Why were the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers important? The rivers are important for transportation, irrigating/watering crops and the flood waters bring fertile soil/silt to the farm lands.
What is a Fertile Crescent? A fertile crescent is a
Why is a fertile crescent important? A fertile crescent is
What is the Code of Hammurabi? The Code of Hammurabi is
Why was the Code of Hammurabi important? A Code of Hammurabi was important
What is Judaism? Judaism is
How did Judaism begin? Judaism began
Who was involved in Judaism?
What is Monotheism? Monotheism is the belief in one God.
What religions follow monotheism?
What is polytheism? Polytheism is the following of multiple Gods.
What religions follow polytheism?
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