GeoHistogram Activities - Central Michigan University

GeoHistogram Activities - Central Michigan University

Introduction to the GeoHistoGram Objectives: Students will be able to: Identify the elements of the GeoHistoGram Explain how the GeoHistoGram organizes knowledge Identify historical eras and major events in each

This is the basic form of the GeoHistoGram seven vertical bars. The GeoHistoGram has no definite beginning date. Time goes up the side, from the distant past on the

bottom to the present at the top. The time before Era 1 is labeled Prehistory. Space goes across the diagram, from west on the left to east on the right. The bars

represent major world regions, from the Americas in the west to Polynesia in the east Eras on the GeoHistoGram Mark the Eras on the GeoHistoGram (through Era 7)

Label with title of Era Discuss the questions in your group Note answers on group worksheet Era 1: Beginnings of Human Society Pre-history - Homo sapiens spread across the world ERAS OF WORLD HISTORY Era 1: The Beginnings of Human Society: (10,000BCE to 4,000 BCE) Era 2: Early Civilizations and Cultures: (4,000 BCE to 1,000 BCE) Era 3: Classical Traditions and Major Empires: (1,000 BCE to 300 CE)

Era 4: Expanding and Intensified Hemispheric Interactions: (300 CE to 1500 AD) Era 5: The Emergence of the First Global Age: (15th through 18th Centuries) Era 6: An Age of Global Revolutions: (18th century through 1917) Era 7: Global Crisis and Achievement Era 8: The Cold War and its Aftermath: (20th Century) Era 9: The Future: (21st Century) Era 8: Cold War and Aftermath Era 7: Global Crisis and Achievement Era 6: Age of Global Revolutions

Era 5: Emergence of 1st Global Age Era 4: Expanding Hemispheric Interactions Era 3: Classical Traditions and Major Empires Era 2: Early Civilizations and Emergence of Pastoral Peoples Era 1: Beginnings of Human Society Pre-history - Homo sapiens spread across the world

Era 9: 21st Century? Era 8: Cold War and Aftermath Era 7: Global Crisis and Achievement Era 6: Age of Global Revolutions Era 5: Emergence of 1st Global Age Era 4: Expanding Hemispheric Interactions Era 3: Classical Traditions and Major Empires Era 2: Early Civilizations and

Emergence of Pastoral Peoples Era 1: Beginnings of Human Society Pre-history - Homo sapiens spread across the world Pictures on the GeoHistogram Identify the era for each picture. Place its number on the GeoHistoGram in the correct era and region. 3

Pre-history - Homo sapiens spread across the world Lucy: 3.2 million years ago Era 1: The Beginnings of Human Society Walls of Jericho: 8000 BCE

9 5 Era 2: Early Civilization; Pastoral Peoples The Great Sphinx: ~2500 BCE Era 3: Classical Traditions; World

Religions; Major Empires Great Wall: 476 BCE 1644 CE 11 Roman Coliseum: 80 CE 13 Era 4: Hemispheric Interactions

8 Marco Polo: 1292 CE 4 Origin of Islam ~600 CE 2 Era 5: First Global Age

British Empire: 18th-19th Century 10 Columbus: 1492 CE Era 6: Global Revolutions American Revolution

1775 - 1781 1 12 Russian Revolution 1917 6

Era 7: Global Crisis and Achievement World War II 1939-1945 Era 8: Cold War and After 7 Dismantling the Berlin Wall 1989

7 6 1 12 2 13 10

4 4 Era 9: 21st Century? Era 8: Cold War and Aftermath Era 7: Global Crisis and Achievement Era 6: Age of Global Revolutions Era 5: Emergence of 1st Global Age Era 4: Expanding Hemispheric Interactions

8 13 11 Era 3: Classical Traditions and Major Empires Era 2: Early Civilizations and Emergence of Pastoral Peoples 5

Era 1: Beginnings of Human Society 9 3 Pre-history - Homo sapiens spread across the world Era 9: 21st Century? Era 8: Cold War and Aftermath Era 7: Global Crisis and Achievement Era 6: Age of Global Revolutions

Era 5: Emergence of 1st Global Age Era 4: Expanding Hemispheric Interactions Era 3: Classical Traditions and Major Empires Era 2: Early Civilizations and Emergence of Pastoral Peoples Era 1: Beginnings of Human Society Pre-history - Homo sapiens spread across the world

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