Here you have the sample I created for the Valdebernardo Herald newspaper, so we can do something similar from unit 3 onwards.
Here you have a mind map for the Neolithic, as we did with the Palaeolithic. So, in your notebooks, with the page in horizontal position, complete the mind map with the notes we have done in the classroom.
The first images are related with the article Las tierras que se perdieron en el mar, dealing with how the Earth was during the last glaciation, so we can have in mind the changes occurring when global temperatures change.
It is very helpful for us because we have to understand the role of climate for the changes happening barely 10.000 years ago, leading to what we now call the Neolithic Revolution.
Watch the video at home and answer the questions. Make sure you state the title of the video (‘The Neolithic Agricultural Revolution’, for example) clearly, copy the questions and then correct them if needed in the classroom.
What was the ‘nomadic lifestyle’ about? What were its implications?
What are the advantages of meat and grain?
What is being farmer about?
What is one of the consequences of having more food?
What is the ‘possitive feedback loop’ about?
What is the link between agriculture and the Roman Legions fighting the Barbarians?
If you want to learn more about metallurgy in the Age of Metals, you’ve got to watch these videos: