Lessons for Homo Erectus

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  • Hominid Series - … the teeth. With in the genus Homo there are three species, Homo habilis, Homo erectus and Homo sapiens. Whether Homo habilis was the direct ancestor of … side remains of Homo erectus were more sophisticated and advanced than those made by Homo habilis. There is evidence that Homo erectus was a skilled and organized hunter. Evidence also suggests that Homo erectus used caves …
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  • Investigating Our Past: Where Did Humans Come From? - … four conditions discussed above affected the following hominid groups: Homo erectus , Neanderthal, and Homo sapiens. (The term "groups" is used rather than "species … , such as Homo erectus and Neanderthal. Multiregional: The theory that modern Homo sapiens evolved from other hominid groups, such as Homo erectus and Neanderthal, in … article should begin by providing some basic information about Homo erectus , Neanderthal, and Homo sapiens . It should then describe the out-of-Africa …
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  • Human Evolution - … evidence for human evolution Identify major fossil groups: Australopithecus, Homo habilis, Homo erectus , Homo neanderthalensis, and Homo sapiens (modern and present) Understand molecular evidence for … distribution. 16. Group students into five teams: australopithecine, Homo erectus, Homo neanderthalensis, and two Homo sapiens teams. Give each team one part of the … match their taxon code (Australopithecines red, Homo erectus -- blue, etc.). Point out that the early modern Homo sapiens data is divided between two …
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  • Replacing Missing Links in the Evolutionary Chain - … evolution of humans. 2. Explore the recent findings suggesting that Homo sapiens and Neanderthals interbred by reading and discussing "Discovery Suggests … anamensis, A. afarensis, A. africanus, A. aethiopicus, Homo habilis, A. boisei, A. robustus, Homo erectus, Neanderthal). Using all available classroom resources, each group … to the evolution of Human Species from Australopithecus through homo habilis, homo erectus and homo sapiens. Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science …
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  • Toward Civilization - … and an organized system of communication ContextWhile the world of Homo erectus was primitive compared to ours, these early humans, nonetheless, did … a culture with many of the characteristics of a civilization. Homo erectus DefinitionEarly humans who lived from 1,600,000 B.C … first to stand upright and use tools and fire ContextFor Homo erectus , the ability to use fire was an amazing accomplishment; it …
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  • Roots: The Ancestry of Modern People - … , artifacts, dispersal, DNA, Eurasia, fossil, gene flow, geographic isolation, hominid, Homo sapiens, human evolution, human species, migration, mitochondrial DNA, natural selection … Out of Africa model. b) Homo Sapiens Agree or disagree that archaic Homo sapiens and modern Homo sapiens are separate species. c) Neanderthals … hominid. * Choose a lead character that is a Neanderthal, Homo erectus, or archaic Homo sapiens. * Write a short summary about your lead character …
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  • Human Development - … Month 2. Bosei 3. Homo Habilis 4. Homo Ergastor 5. Homo Erectus 6. Heidelberg Man 7. Neanderthal Constitution Day 8. Homo Sapien 2. For each … 3, the student is able to: + Analyze the development of Homo sapiens, tracing all of the hominid species. Computer Literacy and …
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  • Going the Way the Wind Blows - … these: -Homo habilis (Kenya, Tanzania) -Homo erectus (Republic of Georgia, Kenya) -Homo heidelbergensis (Germany, France, Greece, Zambia) -Homo neanderthalensis (Israel, Belgium, Iraq, France) -Homo sapiens (Northern …
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  • Comparing Species through the Fossil... - … . ramidus. Follow the "tree" over to Lucy and then to Homo habilis "handy man." What physical changes do you note between … of Homo habilis? Do you think those tools led to what we have today? Now follow the "tree" up to Homo erectus and then over to Homo sapiens. What changes in traits do you notice? Finally, look at Homo sapiens. Generally …
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  • The Genographic Project: Working with the Genographic Project Public Participation Kit Data - … used to help complete the picture not only of how Homo sapiens came to populate the world but also of why … was "Y chromosome Adam"? What is the relationship between Homo erectus and Homo sapiens? Explain the connection between the Ice Age and human …
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