World History to the 16th Century Course Code: CHW3M Date: Time:2 hours Teacher:L. Melia-Villani Structure: Part A: True/False, Multiple Choice – 46 marks: Knowledge/Understanding Part B: Artefacts: choose 3 of 5: 30 marks: each question is worth 10 marks: 5 marks=thinking, 5 marks=application Part C: Historical Figures: 20 marks: choose 2 of 9: each question is worth 10 marks: 5 marks=thinking, 5 marks=communication. Part D: Essay: 25 marks: One “all-encompassing” question on the course: 25 marks: 15 marks=application, 10 marks=communication *The following is a list of items to review in studying for your final exam. In addition to the following items, you should be sure to review your notes, tests and assignments in order to prepare for your final exam. *
* Human Origins/ Characteristics of a Civilization Human Evolution Timeline Ardipithicus ramidus—–4. 4 mya Australopithecus anamensis —–4. 1 mya Australopithecus afarensis —–3. 18 mya Australopithecus africanus —–3 mya Homo habilis —–2. 5 mya Homo erectus —–2 mya Homo sapiens —–230,000-450,000 years ago Homo sapiens sapiens —–40,000 years ago Homo habilis-2. 5 mya -bridge between Afarensis and the Paleolithic Age larger brain -teeth like modern humans -first to use stone tools and fire Neanderthals- 23,000-30,000 years ago * type of Homo sapien * traveled from Africa to Central Asia and the Middle East * might have been wiped out by Homo sapiens sapiens Life * hunters and gatherers * short life expectancy * group hunting * tools * religion * buried and mourned dead Characteristics * broad noses * thick eyebrow ridges * short limbs, stocky and powerful bodies Lucy-Australopithecus afarensis *
Cro-Magnon reportA cro-magnon is a early type of modern man named after the cro-magnon cave near Les Eyzies in the Dordogne,France, where four of the skeletons were discovered in 1868.Cro-magnons species grew in southern Europe during the last glacial age. The cro-magnons wore clothes and decorated their bodies with jewlery and ornaments of shell and bone. They were also skilled in carving and ...
3. 18 mya * common ancestor of humans Great Leap Forward * advances in tech, art, and culture * creativity and planning mostly modern anatomy * pillars of civilization (fire, speech, tool making, hunting, social organization) Characteristics of a Civilization 1. Centralized Government * laws * leaders 2. Agricultural Intensification * irrigation * dikes reclaimed land * calendar * increase in agricultural productivity * leisure time 3. Specialization in Occupations * enough food let people pursue other activities * industries and trade (baker) 4. Class Structure * equality * no equal access to land * nobility controlled government