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Lecture Outline Chapter 1 - Judge and Langdon Connections:...

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Judge and Langdon Connections: A World History Chapter 1: The Emergence of Human Societies, to 3000 B . C . E . Lecture Outline Introduction Hominids have been around for at least five million years, with one branch evolving over the last 500,000 years into modern humans. Spreading around the globe, they formed larger communities than earlier hominids, and learned to use tools. I. Our Earliest Ancestors The Paleolithic – or Old Stone Age – saw the beginning of toolmaking, around two million years ago. A. Hominids and Cultural Adaptation Listen to the audio Behavior and Culture on myhistorylab.com 1. Hominid adaptation through intelligence View the image Chauvet Cave – Horses on myhistorylab.com B. Foraging, Family, and Gender 1. Foraging bands 2. Kinship groups 3. Social cooperation C. Ice Age Migrations and Homo Sapiens View the map Prehistoric Human Migration Patterns on myhistorylab.com 1. Pleistocene, Great Ice Age (2 MYA to 8000 B.C.E.) 2. Migration to Eurasia 3. Evolution of Homo sapiens , Neanderthals 4. Development of hunting, use of tools 5. Population growth 6. Migration to Australia and Americas D. Physical and Cultural Diversity 1. A single species 2. The environment and cultural diversity
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