Unit: Social Sciences, Geography, and Native Americans MYP
Unit: Social Sciences, Geography, and Native Americans MYP Unit Question: How does WHERE we live affect HOW we live? Focus Question: How do primary and secondary sources relate to the social sciences? Monday, September 9th,
2019 Happy Care Bears Share Your Care Day Reminders: 1. Map quiz Friday,
9/13 - extra help Friday morning, 7:15 Focus Activity: 1. Turn to page 7 in packet
Homework: 1. Study for Fridays quiz History Social Scientist = Historian History is the
study of the past How does a historian use history to tell a story? Economics Social Scientist = Economist Economics is the
study of how people use money and resources Geography Social Scientist = Geographer Geography is the study of the worlds natural
environment and how people adapt to it Sociology Social Scientist = Sociologist Sociology is the study of how people behave in groups
ANthropology Social Scientist = Anthropologist ANthropology is the study of the worlds cultures, both past and present. Archaeology
Social Scientist = archaeologist archaeology is the study of artifacts to determine how people lived Political Science Social Scientist = Political Scientist
Political Science is the study of government and power Archaeology is the study of artifacts to determine how people lived.
Where did the EARLIEST humans originate (come from)? Brainstorm What would archeologists need to find to show them that humans crossed a land bridge and entered North America from
Asia? What clues they would need to look for? Land Bridge Simu lation 1.The Land Bridge Theory is the belief
that the first humans arrived to the Americas by crossing a land bridge connecting Asia and North America. 2. The early natives were nomads who migrated to follow their animal food source. 3. The glaciers melted as the climate
got warmer, and the water covered up the bridge, making travel by foot impossible. How do we know that the Land Bridge Theory is correct if we do not have this land bridge on our current world map?
Exit Card Why are primary and secondary sources important to social scientists?
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