Early Humans - The Stone Age lesson

Early Humans – The Stone Age

The Cunning History Teacher’s Early Humans – The Stone Age lesson plan provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the earliest humans and their way of life during the Stone Age. This ancient history lesson covers key topics such as the migration of early humans and the hunter-and-gatherer lifestyle.

To enhance the learning experience, the lesson plan includes various student activities such as short films, drawing, comprehension and critical thinking exercises. These activities are designed to engage students and help them better understand the material.

The short films included in the lesson plan provide students with a visual representation of early human life and allow them to see how early humans lived and interacted with their environment. The drawing activity allows students to express their understanding of the material by visually representing what they have learned. The comprehension and critical thinking exercises help students analyse and evaluate the information presented.

Overall, this lesson plan is a valuable resource for teachers looking to give their students a deeper understanding of early human history. The lesson plan is designed to be easy to use and can be adapted to meet the needs of any classroom. With a focus on key topics and various engaging student activities, this lesson plan will surely be a hit with your students!

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Resource Information

Description:Student activities include short films, drawing, comprehension and critical thinking.
Estimated lessons:1-2.
Ages11-12 years.
Format PowerPoint.

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