World History Unit 1 Introduction 6th grade
6th grade Why history matters Why geography Matters Why Culture and Society Matter Why Civics and Government Matter Why Economics Matters
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The study of people, places, and events in the past.
The order in which events take place.
people who study the past.
Proof of when, why, where, and how things happened. proof of what people did or had in the past
a story told aloud about an event. A story told aloud by a person who did not write down what happened or who did not have a written language
Point of View
how he or she sees things based on a person's beliefs or ideas. It can be affected by age, gender, wealth, background & experiences.
examine each part and relate them to each other. Break it into parts and look closely at how those parts connect with one another
records made by people who saw or took part in past events. Ex. Journals, diaries, stories in letters, poems, songs, speeches, paintings, photographs or objects.
records of an event that were made by people who were not there.
The study of Earth and the people who live on it.
People who study the Earth and the people on it
The place where things can be found.
Features formed by nature. Ex. Landforms, bodies of water, and plant life.
Features created by man. Ex. buildings, roads, and people themselves.
How humans and their surroundings affect one another.
Areas on Earth whoes features make them different from other areas.
The way people use resources to meet their needs.
study of the way goods and services are produced and used
A system of leaders and laws that helps people live safely together in a community, state, or a country.
The study of citizen's rights and responsibilities
How a group of people dress, their beliefs, the language the speak, and food they eat.
A group of humans that have a specific culture.
culture that passed down through generations
The ability to understand people of the past in terms of the time in which they lived
tells where a place is in relation to other places
exact location of a place as its "global address" where it is on the whole earth
when people change their environment by building cities, for example
when people adjust to their surroundings, such as by wearing warm clothing in cold places
an action that mkes something else happen
what happens as a reusult of that action
being concerned with and involved in issues related to your community, state, country, or the world
who does history affect?
how people lived in the past
history is learning what?
so we don't make the same mistakes people in the past made
why is history taught
we learn history in the order which it took place which is called
the most reliable form of history
climate and physical geography, technology, education
things that may change a person's perspective
example of a primary source
modify means to
adjust to something
saying "yes mam" is taught very early in the south because this is our
groups of people set apart from others
if your job is to study businesses and banks, you would be studying
buying the appropriate apparel
is an example of adapting to the environment
example of adapting to the environment
making sure the air in your car works
8033 Baringer rd, baton rouge, LA is an example of
what happens to oral history as it is passed down through generations?
changes because people hear different things
what people eat can be affected they
the environment of the region they live
people can affect the environment
by building houses where plants are grown
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