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Chapter 1 Review Game
World Studies
Bell Ringer
 We are playing a review game today!
 You may have out your notebook to take any notes
you want.
 You can also look through your notes to help you
teammates if they need it.
 Stay tuned for the rules and regulations for today’s
game!
Rules and Regulations
 Each side of the room will be a team. You will send one
representative up to the front at a time.
 If your team member gets the question correct, your team
gets a point.
 We will stay on the same question until someone gets it
correct.
 Ring your bell and that person gets to answer first. If they
are wrong the other person gets a chance. If they are
wrong, two more players will get a chance.
 You may phone a friend, consult Mr. Beluse, or Ms.
Bekker, do a 50/50, or change the question. (The question
will be repeated later)
What was the Paleolithic Period?
 The era of history in which writing developed
 The era of prehistory that lasted from 2 million
B.C. to about 10,000 B.C, also called the Old Stone
Age
 The era of prehistory in the skill of farming
developed
 The final era of prehistory lasting from 10,000
B.C. to the end of prehistory also called the New
Stone Age
What was the Neolithic Period?
 The era of history in which writing developed
 The era of prehistory that lasted from 2 million
B.C. to about 10,000 B.C, also called the Old Stone
Age
 The era of prehistory in the skill of farming
developed
 The final era of prehistory lasting from 10,000
B.C. to the end of prehistory also called the New
Stone Age
What is a Nomad?
 A person who raises animals in order
to survive
 A group of people who claim a
common ancestor
 A person who moves from place to
place in search of food
 A person who lives in an area
located by a river
What is the Neolithic Revolution?
 The period of time in which people lived a
nomadic lifestyle
 Period of time in which most herding
societies surfaced
 The period of time during which the
introduction of agriculture led people to
transition from nomadic to settled life
 Period of time in which all people were
settled
What does the term domesticate mean?
 The process of taming animals and
adapting crops so they are best suited for
humans
 The process of taking control of another
group of people
 The movement of animals searching for
food or grazing
 The movement of people searching for
food sources
What does the word civilization mean?
 A simple social structure for a village
 A complex, highly organized social
order
 Societies that develop by rivers
 Area in which many cities are
developed
The Neolithic Revolution was created by
what?
 complex religions such as Buddhism and
Christianity
 stone tools used to hunt and gather
 writing such as cuneiform
 settled farming with domestication of animals
During the Paleolithic Era what were the
roles of men and women?
 Women were the head of the family.
 Older, rich men had all of the power.
 Men hunted and women gathered.
 Men had most of the say in the family
unit.
During the Neolithic Period how did the
roles of men and women change?
 The roles became more equal in the farming
communities.
 Men began to have more power
 Women began to have more power.
 Women’s husbands were chosen by her father.
]According to some anthropologists the practice of
burying the dead may be evidence of a belief in
what?
 an afterlife (#Religion)
 Protection of fortunes (#Economic)
 ancestor worship (#Social)
 karma (#Religion)
Within what period would archaeologists first begin
to find permanent human settlements?
 The Paleolithic
 The Classical Era
 The Bronze Age
 The Neolithic
The religious or spiritual dimension of Paleolithic
culture included
:::
 no ceremonial life.
 full-time religious specialists.
 a single belief system based shared by all
Paleolithic peoples.
 a belief amongst some in that the afterlife
was similar to life on earth.
The Paleolithic period is important for
which of the following reasons?
 Humankind became farmer rather than
hunters-gathers.
 Humankind spread to inhabit all parts of the
globe.
 Population was higher during the Paleolithic
era.
 The First Civilizations appeared during the
Paleolithic period.
Early agricultural people
 They all lived longer than huntinggathering peoples.
 did not suffer from famines.
 suffered from deadly diseases caught
from domesticated animals.
 had more free time than huntergathers.
Where did four boys find ancient cave
paintings?
 Rome, Italy
 Baghdad, Iraq
 Lascaux, France
 Athens, Greece
What subject matter did most of cave
paintings depict?
 ancestors
 animals
 maps of civilization
 instructions
What use of technology did ancient people
use to paint in the caves?
 Tools for paint brushes
 Paint for the drawings
 Lamps for lighting
 Sanders to flatten surfaces
What statement best describes the reading, “The Life
and Words of an !Kung Woman”:
 This primary source is an inside look at
the life of a woman from a 20th century
hunting-gathering society
 This primary source is an inside look at
the life of a woman from a agricultural
society
 This document is a look inside the life of a
woman from the Neolithic Era
 This document is a secondary source
What does “The Life and Words of an
!Kung Woman” provide evidence of?
 Egalitarian societies, societies where men
and women were completely equal
 Religious beliefs, there is a belief in God, or a
higher power
 Capitalistic society, societies where wealth is
determined by items of value
 Monogamy, couples commit their entire
lives only to one other person
Members of the Bush community were seen
as what if they did not share their food with
others?
 selfish
 stingy
 protective
 good husbands
According to the reading, marriage in the Bush
community can be best described as:
 Very romantic and independent
 Happens at an older age for women
 One in which love grows over time
 A terrifying experience for most
women
How does Nisa change after the loss of her
husband:
 She is lonely
 She remarries and is not scared of
marriage
 She blames God for her loss
 She feels more empowered

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