Chapter review p 107 when where tools food shelter

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Chapter Review (p. 107) WHEN WHERE TOOLS FOOD SHELTER CLOTHES ART Homo Habilis From 1.75 million to 800,000 years ago Eastern Africa and Southern Africa Used sharp stones for tools and weapons-no fire Berries, birds’ eggs, wild pigs Built shelters of branches No clothes No art Homo Erectus From 1.5 million to 250,000 years ago Africa, Asia, and Europe Fire, flint, blades, pointed wooden spears Wild animals *elephant *cooked meat Probably built shelters of branches No clothes No art Neander - thal From 130,000 years ago to 30,000 years ago Europe, Middle East Knives, borers, spear sharpener made from stone Wild animals *bears *cooked meat Lived in caves Animal hides No art Cro- Magnon From 30,000 to 10,000 years ago Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America, Australia Chisels, knives, spearpoints, needles, fish hooks, harpoon heads, lamps Hunted animals and gathered wild plants Lived in caves Probably made coats from animal skins Painting on cave walls, necklaces from shells & animal teeth, flutes & whistles, from animal bones
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Events Leading to the End of the Roman Republic (p. 108) CAUSE EFFECT The Roman Empire expanded rapidly. Romans had to spend a lot of time and energy defending their empire from invaders. Angry Italians wanted the advantages of Roman citizenship. They threatened to rebel and attack Rome. The Romans granted citizenship to the Italians. Many internal problems existed •Poor people were starving •Government officials became corrupt •Consuls were assassinated •Slaves rebelled against rough treatment from masters The republican system was weakened.
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Student-Generated Text (p. 109)
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Graphic Organizers Using Less Language (p. 111)
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Three Things to Remember… Use a few, well-chosen graphic organizers repeatedly.
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