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Bellwork – YOU DO NOT NEED A
1. Write your homework in your agenda
2. Have your plastic folder out and ready to
3. Copy your word wall words in your
plastic folder.
4. Please have out your history notebook
(composition notebook)
Word Wall Words
 history
 culture
 archaeology
 archaeologist
 anthropologist
 geography
 geographer
 anthropology
 historian
 CE
 prehistory
 primary source
 secondary source
 artifact
 fossil
 social scientists
Essential Question 1
#1: How do social scientists use clues to
understand how people lived in the past?
Studying History
Why and how we look at the past.
What is history?
History – the study of the past
Anything that has happened in the past is now
Who studies the past?
Social scientists – scholars who study
human society. Examples –
archaeologists, historians, geographers,
People who study and record human
activity in the past
Culture – knowledge, beliefs, customs, and
values of a group of people
Tools of a historian
Primary sources
Diaries, interviews, photographs
Secondary sources
Textbooks, newspaper articles
People who study the past based on what
people left behind.
Explore the places where people once lived,
worked, or fought.
Find and examine artifacts
People who study the natural and humanmade features of the Earth as well as the
culture of the people of the Earth
Help create maps
Physical, historical, political, etc.
People who study human development
and culture.
How people grow and develop
How culture is created
Why study history?
Know self
Know others
Know world