1st 9 Weeks Review
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- Q 1/22Score 0Which of the following terms is designated as a 100-year period of time?29eramillenniumcenturydecade
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- Q1Which of the following terms is designated as a 100-year period of time?eramillenniumcenturydecade20s
What is the earliest date on the timeline?3200 BC
800 BC1700 BC
- Q3Which of the following is an not an example of a primary source?artifactphotograph
magazinesomething that is old and made in a different time period30s
- Q4Which source should the student use as a primary source?a biographya diarya textbook chaptera movie about the life of Caesar45s
- Q5What is one of the first works of literature written in cuneiform?Primary SourceClay tabletSecondary SourceEpic of Gilgamesh30s
Paleolithic people are nomads. What is a nomad?
a person who lives in a community.
a person that travels from place to place without a permanent homeThe settlers were nomadic.The hunter-gatherers relied on farming.45s
How did people get their food in the Paleolithic age?
hunted and gathereddomesticated animals
farmed and grew crops
went to the grocery store45s
- Q8How did the lifestyles of hunter-gatherers compare with those of settlers of early agricultural communities?Both groups lived in permanent villages and hunted.Both groups hunted animals but one group was nomadic.Both groups used metal tools, but one group farmed.Both groups lived in permanent villages and domesticated animals.60s
- Q9As civilizations developed, there were many new changes to the way people lived. One example of a change to the way people lived was a division of labor. Which of the following BEST explains the cause of civilizations being able to develop a division of labor?Improved agricultural techniques led to food surpluses.Development of written languages led to better education.Populations grew in size, and new jobs had to be created.Development of written languages led to better education.60s
- Q10Which conclusion is BEST supported by the similarities between many civilizations living by rivers?A reliable water source is crucial to growing the crops needed to sustain a population.Religious beliefs were made possible through cultural diffusion.Trade routes are needed for the spread of new ideas.An accurate lunar calendar is needed for water navigation.60s
How did people get their food in the Neolithic Era?
they traveled from place to place
they were nomadic
mainly hunting and gathering
in farming communities30s
- Q12What is the line of latitude that measures 0 degrees?
prime meridiantropic of Capricornequatortropic of cancer30s
Which grid line on the map has a longitude of 0 degrees?
Tropic of Cancer
Tropic of Capricorn30s
Ancient Mesopotamia developed in 3600 BCE, while Ancient India originated in 2800 BCE. Which unit of time would be BEST to describe the amount of time that passed between the emergence of the civilizations?
How did people differ in the Paleolithic and Neolithic Age?
People were nomads during the Paleolithic Age and began living in farming communities during the Neolithic Age.
People were living in communities during the Paleolithic Age and hunters and gatherers during the Neolithic Age.
People were hunters and gatherers in the Paleolithic Age and nomads in the Neolithic Age.
People began domesticating animals during the Paleolithic Age and living in farming communities during the Neolithic Age.30s
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