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Hunter Gatherers Government
Ancient
Tools
Writing
Geography of
Early
Civilizations
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Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from Hunter
Gatherers
What did hunter gatherers do?
$100 Answer from HG
Hunt animals and gather food
$200 Question from HG
What is a nomad?
$200 Answer from HG
A nomad is a person that moves
from place to place and has no permanent
home.
$100 Question from Government
Who is in charge of a country?
Who was in charge of Mesopotamia?
$100 Answer from Government
Leaders, the government.
A king was in charge of Mesopotamia – Hamurabi.
$200 Question from Government
Who was Hammurabi?
$200 Answer from Government
A king in Mesopotamia who created
Hammurabi’s Code of law.
$300 Question from Government
What was Hammurabi’s code of law?
$300 Answer from Government
282 laws with rules and punishments
that told people how to live.
$400 Question from Government
Where is ‘an eye for an eye,
a tooth for a tooth’ from and
what does it mean?
$400 Answer from Government
‘An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth’ is from Hammurabi’s
code of law.
It means you will be punished in the same way
that you committed a crime.
$500 Question from Government
What is a good reason for having laws?
$500 Answer from Government
When people have the same laws,
it is easier to trade (like selling and buying)
because people have to follow the same rules.
People will respect one another when they
have to follow the same rules.
$100 Question from Tools
What are 2-3 things people from
Mesopotamia made tools out of?
$100 Answer from Tools
People made tools out of stone, bones, and
metal.
$200 Question from Tools
Who invented the first tools?
$200 Answer from Tools
The Sumerians invented the first tools.
$300 Question from Tools
What is the definition of a tool?
$300 Answer from Tools
A tool is something that is used to
carry out a job.
$400 Question from Tools
Give three examples of things tools were
used for.
$400 Answer from Tools
Tools were used as eating utensils, weapons,
for farming, transportation, writing, and
building things.
$500 Question from Tools
Give a specific example of an ancient tool,
what it was used for, and what it was made
out of.
$500 Answer from Tools
A. Metal tools were used for work tools and weapons
a. hammers, chains used for building or daily needs
b. axes (the most important battle weapon for 2,000 years), daggers
c. some jewelry
B. Bone tools
1. Common in Mesopotamia
a. Needles, knives, writing utensils, eating utensils
C. Stone tools
1. Used for different purposes
a. To create sculptures
b. Arrowheads used for hunting, sickles used for farming
$100 Question from Writing
What was the type of writing from
Mesopotamia called?
$100 Answer from Writing
The writing from Mesopotamia was called
cuneiform.
$200 Question from Writing
How did people write before cuneiform
was invented?
$200 Answer from Writing
Before writing was invented, people
used pictographs – pictures to represent
words and ideas.
$300 Question from Writing
Who was responsible for writing things down?
$300 Answer from Writing
Men – scribes.
A scribe is a person who writes books and
documents
to keep records.
$400 Question from Writing
What were some things Sumerians
kept records of (wrote down)?
$400 Answer from Writing
They recorded lists of their belongings
(household goods), activities, lists of kings,
things they bought, and the story of
Gilgamesh (the oldest written record in the
world).
$500 Question from Writing
What is one reason why writing is important?
$500 Answer from Writing
A. The ancient Sumerians believed in education
B. Writing helped people to keep records and communicate.
C. They wanted their sons to learn how to read and write.
D. With writing you can pass information down over time.
$100 Question from Geography
of early civilizations
What did people settle by when they first
started settling down?
$100 Answer from Geography of
early civilizations
People settled by rivers when they first started
settling down.
$200 Question from Geography
of early civilizations
What did people do when they
started settling down?
$200 Answer from Geography of
early civilizations
When people started settling down,
they began planting crops.
$300 Question from Geography
of early civilizations
What is agriculture?
$300 Answer from Geography of
early civilizations
Agriculture is when people plant crops and
raise animals.
$400 Question from Geography
of early civilizations
What is the name of the two rivers people
in Mesopotamia settled by?
$400 Answer from Geography of
early civilizations
The people of Mesopotamia settled by the
Tigris and Euphrates Rivers.
$500 Question from Geography
of early civilizations
What was the Fertile Crescent?
$500 Answer from Geography of
early civilizations
The Fertile Crescent is a part of the world where people
grow food that is surrounded by desert.
Final Jeopardy
What are the four steps to get from rivers
to civilizations?
Hint: Think of the four boxes you drew
pictures in for homework.
Final Jeopardy Answer
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People settled by rivers
People grew agriculture
People settled down permanently
Civilization began