1 Bellwork Do Now... Write a brief letter to Mom & Dad describing your life as a Neolithic teenager telling them about your culture. 5 minutes...at LEVEL 0
2 Flashback Tuesday TURN IN TEST ANALYSIS!!! Explain the theme of place. Describe the human characteristics of SWMS. Describe the physical characteristics of SWms.
3 Unit 3 River Civilizations
4 I can Statements 1.I can interpret a timeline. 2.I can explain how history is a series of connected events. 3.I can compare primary and secondary sources. 4.I can locate the Fertile Crescent. 5.I can analyze the relationship between geography and the development of citystates. 6.I can assess why the first civilizations began in the Fertile Crescent. 7.I can interpret the Sumeriansʼ contributions to society. 8.I can analyze the effect of empires in the Fertile Crescent. 9.I can justify the importance of Hammurabiʼs Code.
5 The Meaning of History History is a record of past events. The story of people and what happened to them. Answer this - Why do we study history?
6 We Study History because... People before us have learned many lessons Imagine if we knew nothing about people from our past. Imagine having to figure out how to make fire or how to farm. History lives in our culture
7 Historians study History by Asking themselves five W s 1. What happened? 2. When did it happen? 3. Where did it happen? 4. Who was involved? 5. Why did it happen?
8 Where do Historians find the answers? Primary Sources - first-hand, or eyewitness, accounts of the event. Secondary sources - second-hand records of what happened. Write down 2 examples of primary sources and 2 examples of secondary sources.
9 Timelines Timelines are an easy way to make sense of the flow of events and dates. It s a simple way to show how dates and events related and are connected to each other.
10 Mrs. Tyler s Timeline BORN Moved to KY Graduated HS Graduated EKU Birth of Jack Birth of Sam Moved to BG
11 Make a Timeline of your life.
12 Bellwork Get out your HOMEWORK, but DON T turn it in!! Ones describe and give an example of a primary and secondary source. Twos describe and give an example of a secondary source.
13 What is History While you read, let s get active, fill in the blanks. Use the reading guide to record what is important After you finish, compare your notes to last night homework. Grade yourself to see what you already knew. After you read, think about it, write about it. You will write two paragraphs. One summary and one explaining your thoughts about history. Read the DIRECTIONS!!!
14 Throwback Thursday What theme is described below? Kentucky is the home to 120 counties, and the Kentucky Derby, which annually gains worldwide attention. It is not the biggest state in the US, but it is not the smallest, either. Nearly 4.5 million people live in Kentucky, who experience tit s moderate, relatively humid climate and abundant rainfall.
15 Bellwork What differences exist between a historian and a history teacher? Why is it significant for us to have knowledge about the past?
16 What you need today on your desk Today s Bellwork Agenda Pencil Highlighter or light colored marker Yesterday's quiz 5th - Timeline handout
17 What you need today on your desk Homework to check Agenda Piece of paper Pencil Timeline handout/notes from Friday.
18 Bellwork 1. DO NOT TURN Homework in. Set on your desk!!! 2. Draw a timeline. 3. Mark these BC time increments: 5000, 4000, 3000, 2000, 1000, 0, 1000AD correctly 4. Label these dates: 2500BC, 3100BC, 50BC, 4900BC, 1700BC.
19 What you need today on your desk Homework to check Agenda Piece of paper Pencil Timeline handout/notes from Friday.
21 Today - Primary vs. Secondary 1. Read Working with Primary Sources, pg Practice interpreting primary sources, pg Answer the 7 questions on your own paper. 4. Turn over you Reading a Timeline, complete the primary sources identification.
22 Flashback Tuesday Write a conversation between a paleolithic and neolithic kids telling the other about their new technology discoveries.
23 What you need today on your desk Agenda Pencil
24 Neolithic Characteristics domesticated animals used for work farming specialized jobs larger populations permanent settlements etc. All of these things together led to the emergence of civilizations
25 Civilization complex societies with cities, organized governments, art, religion, class divisions, and a writing system For example, Mesopotamia
26 First Civilizations 4 sheets of paper Stack them so that each sheet is about one inch or so higher than the sheet behind it. Fold all sheets down so that more tabs are created. Staple along fold.
27 First Civilizations First Civilizations Use this entire space, so make it big and bold. City-States Sumerian Society Education & Technology First Civilizations/ River Valleys Religion Writing/Literature Sargon vs. Hammurabi
28 Bellwork Copy down these definitions on the back of your foldable 1. Civilizations - complex societies with cities, organized governments, art, religion, class divisions, and a writing system 2. Fertile Crescent - curving strip of land that extends from the Mediterranean Sea to the Persian Gulf 3. Mesopotamia - the land between the rivers 4. Sumer - region in Southern Mesopotamia
29 Religions Tab Monotheistic - belief in one god Polytheistic - belief in more than one god
31 Flashback Thursday What is the period in time called when no writing occurred? 2. What change began the Neolithic Age? 3. What was the greatest benefit to people when early farmers began to domesticate plants and animals? 4. Why did people in the Neolithic Period live together in villages, compared to earlier times?
32 Flashback Thursday What is the period in time called when no writing occurred? Pre-history 2. What change began the Neolithic Age? farming 3. What was the greatest benefit to people when early farmers began to domesticate plants and animals? stable food supply 4. Why did people in the Neolithic Period live together in villages, compared to earlier times? they could grow enough crops to support more people
34 First Civilizations/River Valleys Governments formed to make plans & decisions about matters of common concern Government Purpose - manage food supplies and building projects, make laws and assemble armies to fend off enemies. With more time, arts and religions developed. Class Structure - people had different places in society depending on their work, wealth, and power
35 City-States City-state: independent state made up of a city & surrounding land & villages with a government City-states developed because trade and travel was hard due to physical geography. Q: What physical geography made it difficult? mudflats and desert
36 Geography of Mesopotamia
37 City-States Protecting of city-states was created by building a wall made of river mud bricks Why need protection? city-states often went to war with each other to gain glory & control more land
38 Religion Sumerians were polythestic Monotheistic - belief in one god Polytheistic - belief in more than one god Ziggurats - grand temple, means mountain of god or hill of heaven Looked like a tiered wedding cake. The ziggurat dominated the city with a shrine of special place of worship that only prients & priestesses could enter.
39 Religion Priests & priestesses held most of the power in Sumer. Later, power moved to the kings who earned their position from being a war hero. The kings passed their power down through their family.
41 I can locate the Fertile Crescent.
47 Why did first civilizations settle in the Fertile Crescent? What reasons did we discuss that caused early travelers/settlers to settle in certain places?
48 First Civilizations/River Valleys arose in river valleys good farming conditions = easy to feed large numbers of people fish and fresh water easy to travel and trade
49 Sumerian Society
50 Sumerian Contributions I can interpret the Sumerians contributions to society.
51 Writing & Literature
52 Writing & Literature Sumerians developed writing to keep track of business deals and other events Cuneiform Scribes Epic of Gilgamesh Epic? Gilgamesh?
53 Epic of Gilgamesh
54 Thursday, 9/20/12 Sit in your assigned seat. You need to get out the message that you wrote in cuneiform yesterday. It is the ONLY thing you need on your desk. If you checked out a textbook and are wanting to return it, DO NOT put it on the shelf; wait for my instruction regarding this. If you have yet to finish your foldable/flipchart, it is ok for today; however, it MUST be finished by Monday. The guide is on my website, and I ll also add the portion of the textbook that you ll need (I ll scan and post it so no one has to keep up with a book over the weekend).
55 Writing in Cuneiform Think of a school-related message, something you want to share with another student or something interesting about SWMS that you might tell a new student. On a sheet of paper, write your message in cuneiform. Remember everything we discussed about how the Sumerians wrote in cuneiform!!
56 Edubba 101 Today, you are not at school; you are at Spartan Edubba. You are going to fulfill the role of a scribe. Cuneiform was written with a reed and on clay. Transfer your message to your clay tablet. You have the amount of time that is on the timer.
57 Sumerian Contributions Be thinking about these questions. You do not have to write anything down, but be prepared to discuss them. Compare the process of writing in early civilizations to that of today. How might you life be different had the Sumerians not invented writing? How might our society be different had the Sumerians not invented writing?
58 Sumerian Contributions I can interpret the Sumerians contributions to society.
59 Sumerian contributions? City-States
60 City-States Develop your own city-state. These city-states must be carefully designed so that they represent what city-states were like in Mesopotamia; therefore, they need to incorporate, at least, the following: where the high, middle, and low classes lived within the city ziggurat city walls artisan shops fields for farming (plow?) 2 forms of specialization irrigation? 1 form of domestication edubba
61 Bellringer Be thinking about the following question. You do not have to write anything down...just think about it. Suppose you are a judge in our judicial system. In one of the court cases in which you're the judge, a builder/contractor has been brought to trial. One of the houses he built completely collapsed and injured the occupants of the house. As the judge, what would your ruling be?
62 Sargon Sargon and the Akkadians conquered all of Mesopotamia and set up the world s first empire Empire = group of many lands under one ruler Sargon s empire lasted more than 200 years Sumerian contributions?
63 Hammurabi Sumerian contributions? Babylon was a small, powerful city-state in Mesopotamia Hammurabi became king after his father, and he began conquering cities to the north and south Would your city-state have lasted on its own, or would it have been taken over by one of these empires? Built another empire that became more powerful then Sargon s = Babylonian Empire
64 Your decision vs. Hammurabi s Suppose you are a judge in our judicial system. In one of the court cases in which you're the judge, a builder/contractor has been brought to trial. One of the houses he built completely collapsed and injured the occupants of the house. As the judge, what would your ruling be? How did your decision (from the bellringer) differ from how Hammurabi would have punished the contractor?
65 Bellringer Welcome back! Hope you had a wonderful break. Be thinking about the following question. You do not have to write anything down; just be prepared to share your answer with the class. In modern times, what would be comparable to a Mesopotamian city-state? To an empire?
66 Hammurabi s Code Cruel or Fair? Groups of 3 Create a song or poem about Hammurabi s code. Either way, it must include at least 6 facts about Hammurabi s code, and it must indicate, in some way, whether you think it was cruel or fair. Poems = at least 12 lines long Songs = at least 2 verses and 1 chorus
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