This indicator was developed to promote inquiry into changes and continuities in the formation and expansion of early and classical world civilizations based on their interactions with their environments.

Grade(s): 6

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2019

Type
Part 1: Introduction | Primitive Tools
Part 1: Introduction | Primitive Tools

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In the Introduction of Primitive Tools, a speaker describes prehistory and primitive tool-making in a humorous way. Tools from the beginning of human use are explored.
Part 5: Pottery | Primitive Tools
Part 5: Pottery | Primitive Tools

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Primitive Tools, Part 5: Pottery This series features primitive life experts who participated in a primitive week celebration, which was coordinated by Tom Mancke and held at Hammond School in...
Part 3: Fishing | Primitive Tools
Part 3: Fishing | Primitive Tools

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Primitive Tools, Part 3: Fishing This series features primitive life experts who participated in a primitive week celebration, which was coordinated by Tom Mancke and held at Hammond School in...
Part 6: Animal Skins | Primitive Tools
Part 6: Animal Skins | Primitive Tools

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Note: Teachers are advised to preview Part 6 for scenes and content that they feel may not be appropriate for use in their classrooms. Primitive Tools, Part 6: Animal Skins This series features...
Part 4: Fire | Primitive Tools
Part 4: Fire | Primitive Tools

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Primitive Tools, Part 4: Fire This series features primitive life experts who participated in a primitive week celebration, which was coordinated by Tom Mancke and held at Hammond School in Columbia...