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Stone Age to the Iron Age

Discussion in 'History' started by teaching-topics, Jan 14, 2016.

  1. 10000YearsBC

    10000YearsBC New commenter

    As prehistory should inevitably involve a mention of archaeology, you might like to consider showing your group Proud to be an Archaeologist (c. 4 mins) which is part of BBC Bitesize's series of short clips covering the historical evolution of a selection of jobs. Aimed at KS1, this particular clip is nevertheless suitable as a brief introduction for KS2.
     
  2. teaching-topics

    teaching-topics New commenter

    Great video!

    'The Palaeolithic Period' Week 2 Interactive – Free cross curricular resource on TES.

    Other videos in the topic series include flint, pottery, metalwork, roundhouses and a 3d virtual model of a roundhouse

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  3. teaching-topics

    teaching-topics New commenter

    Teachingtopics shop now open on TES

    A new interactive resource full of cartoons and facts

    What is Prehistory?
    The Mesolithic
    The Neolithic
    The Bronze Age
    The Iron Age

    Only £3.50
     
  4. teaching-topics

    teaching-topics New commenter

    Teachingtopics shop now open on TES

    A new interactive resource full of cartoons and facts

    What is Prehistory?
    The Mesolithic
    The Neolithic
    The Bronze Age
    The Iron Age

    Only £3.50
     
  5. marerhre

    marerhre New commenter

    hi - do not see any resource as you posted
     
  6. teaching-topics

    teaching-topics New commenter

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  7. teaching-topics

    teaching-topics New commenter

    Stone tools found in Florida confirm a date for the first humans in the area around 14,550 years .

    Teachingtopics shop now open on TES
     
  8. teaching-topics

    teaching-topics New commenter

    Teachingtopics shop now open on TES
     
  9. 10000YearsBC

    10000YearsBC New commenter

    Inspired by an archaeologist friend's recent work with 3D photogrammetry software, I've created two digital 3D models of replica prehistoric artefacts using a sequence of 2D photographs, and have uploaded them to TES Resources as short .mp4 video clips, where they can both be downloaded FREE.

    The replicas I have modelled are life-sized professional reproductions of the La Madeleine Bison (France) and the Willendorf 'Venus' (Austria), two of Europe's best-known examples of Palaeolithic portable art. The clips are annotated with captions and are suitable for KS2 onwards.

    The software used is Autodesk 123D Catch, which is available as a free download for PC and mobile.

    Click on the images below to link to the relevant download pages:

    La Madeleine Icon.jpg Willendorf Icon.jpg

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  10. 10000YearsBC

    10000YearsBC New commenter

    Some more FREE .mp4 video clip downloads, as per my previous post. These are based on images of replica artefacts from our workshop handling collection. The first is an antler hafted flint bladed knife, the second is a collection of three different prehistoric projectile points. Both video clips are annotated with captions suitable for KS2 onwards.

    Click on the images below to link to the relevant download pages in TES Resources:

    Flint Knife Icon.jpg Projectiles Icon.jpg
     
  11. teaching-topics

    teaching-topics New commenter

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