SQ3RO World History 1748 – Lesson 1.04
Part of this organizer has been completed for you in blue.
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Preview the lesson to answer the following questions:
What is the module and lesson #? ________________________________
What is the topic/heading for this lesson
Is the lesson divided into parts? Write the names of the different parts or headings here: List the titles of the two links in this lesson/Assignment. _____________________
Describe any charts, graphs or pictures in the lesson. What visuals do you see? _______________________________________________________
List any vocabulary terms written in bold font. Neolithic Revolution, Paleothic Period. Can you add more to this list?_____________
Find the assignment/activity for this lesson. Develop the purpose by completing the three items below.
What will you be submitting to your instructor for this assignment? Questions answered completely
2. Turn the topics and/or headings into questions. Try to use Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How, when writing your questions.
What was the Neolithic Revolution?
What other who, what, where, why and how questions can you write? ___________________________________________________________
3. Predict something else you might learn after reading through this lesson, based on your survey responses above. Make a prediction here. _____________________
READ Try this
Read through the lesson, paying careful attention to the headings and vocabulary. Use this comprehension clarifier to help with understanding what you read in this lesson. See page two for the comprehension clarifier.
RECITE Try this
After you have read through the material, and answered all questions, recite the questions and answers, to help you remember the material. Recite each question and answer out loud, one at a time.
REVIEW Try this
Using this sheet as notes, mentally go over the material again, within 24 hours of covering it. Review again in one week and then again before the end of the module.
You may also want to combine the information by writing the headings, questions, and answers in the form of an outline.
1. Fill in the Magnet (Main Word/Idea for Each Box). 2. From the reading, find at least 4 facts that would “magnetize” to the word/idea. Great choices would be who, what, when, where, why, how 3. Use the magnet words/phrases/ideas and “magnetized” facts to create a summary. See examples below. If you need additional help, please contact me so I can help you. YOU CAN DO IT!
10,000 BCE began to cultivate crops and animals
After Paleothic led to permanent settlements and
Period rise of civilization
Summary: The Neolithic Revolution began in 10,000 BCE, which is after the Paleothic Period. During the Revolution, people began to cultivate crops and animals. This eventually led to permanent settlements and the rise of civilization.
Village run by Council War developed great warriors
Of Elders who became village leaders
Summary: Social Classes were important to Neolithic Village life. The village was run by a Council of Elders. Because of war, Great warriors developed and they usually became the village leaders. ________________________________________________
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