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1ST ESO. SOCIAL SCIENCE.

2013-2014
1 EVALUACIN
UNIT 1. PLANET EARTH
- Planet Earth: features (page 8)
- Movements of the Earth and consequences (pages 9 an 10)
- Lines and geographic coordinates (page 11 and 13)
- Coordinate and Time Zones activities
- Different geographic projections (page 15)
- Different scales (page 16)
UNIT 2. RELIEF
- Earth structure (page 22)
- Continental relief and water (page 24 and 25)
- Definitions about relief: glaciar valley, glacier, delta, estuary, etc (pages 26 and 27)
- Coastal relief and ocean floor: definitions (page 28)
- Volcano and Earthquakes parts (page 30 and 31)
UNIT 3. CLIMATE
- Different layers of the Atmosphere (page 36)
- Differences between weather and climate (page 37)
- Factors that affect temperature (page 37)
- Precipitation, Atmospheric pressure and wind (pages 38 to 40)
- Earths climates: temperatures and precipitations. (page 42 and 43)
- Natural hazards: hail, torrential rain, drought and forest fires. (page 46)
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UNIT 4 AND 5. NATURAL LANDSCAPES AND CONTINENTS
- Equatorial and tropical reinforest, Savannah, Hot desert, Mediterranean forest, Humid sub-tropical forest,
decidius forest, coniferous forest, Tundra, Perpetual ice and Alpine.
- Characteristics of the natural landscapes:
o Where? Identify them on a map (natural landscapesmaps from page 72 to 81)
o Vegetation and Fauna (from 54 to 63)
UNIT 6. SPAINS NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
- Geographic location (page 88)
- Rivers: different catchment areas (page 90)
- Natural landscapes in Spain (page 92 to 94): where, climate, vegetation and fauna
- Natural hazards: earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, cold snaps, floods and droughts (page 96)
- Environmental problems: deforestation, erosion, desertification, atmospheric pollution, noise pollution and
water an land pollution (page 97)
UNIT 7. STONE AGE
- Ages of the Prehistory (page 104)
- Evolution: name, years, characteristics and utensils and advances (page 104)

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UNIT 7. STONE AGE
- Paleolithic:
o What was the climate like? (page 108)
o What did people eat? (108)
o Where did they live? (108)
o What was society like? (108 and 109)
o What did they believe in? (109)
o Theories explaining rock painting (page 110)
- Neolithic:
o What was the natural landscape like? (page 114)
o What did people eat? (114)
o Where did they live? (115)
o What was society like? (115)
o What did they believe in? (115)
UNIT 8. METAL AGE
- Metal Age: periods and reason for change (page 124)
- What was the natural landscape like? (page 126)
- What did people live from? (126)
- Where did they live? (126)
- What was society like? (127)
- What did they believe in? (127)
- Different megalithic constructions. (128)
UNIT 9. EARLY CIVILIZATIONS
- Relationship between the natural environment and the rise of Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt. (137 and
146)
- Mesopotamia
o History of Mesopotamia (page 138): timeline and explain each period.
o Society in Mesopotamia (pyramid): page 142
o Religion: 143
o Architecture: palaces, temples and ziggurats page 144
- Ancient Egypt
o History: timeline and each period pages 147 and 148
o Society (pyramid): page 152
o Religion: 152
o Architecture:
Parts of a temple and their functions page 153
Different types of Egyptian tombs page 154
UNIT 10. ANCIENT GREECE
- Natural Environment page 160
- History of the Ancient Greece: page 161 to 164


VOCABULARY
UNIT 1. Geoid, Axis, Equator, Rotation, Earths orbit, Time Zone, Leap year, Solstice, Equinox, Parallel,
Meridian, Latitud, Longitude, Geographic coordinates, Map, Geographic projection, Scale

UNIT 2. Valley, Meseta, Mountain, Plain, Gulf, Beach, Cape, Clif, Contiental shaelf, Abyssal plain, Continental slope,
glaciar valley, glacier, delta, estuary, Stream, groundwater.
UNIT 3. Weather, Climate, Atmosphere, Temperature, Precipitation, Atmospheric pressure, Wind, Monsoons,
Environment, Hail, Drought, Hail, Meteorology, Isobar
UNIT 4 AND 5. Natural landscape, Savannah, Coniferous forest , Decidous forest , Steppes , Desert, BusH, Scrubland,
Permafrost, Tundra
UNIT 6. Meseta, Catchment area, Flow, Endemic, Floods, Droughts, Deforestation, Erosion, Desertitation, National
park, Overgrazing
UNIT 7 and 8. Paleolihic, Neolithic, Nomad, Sedentary, Metal Age, Metallurgy, Adobe, Menhirs, Megalithic
construction, Dolmen, Livestock, Agriculture
UNIT 9. Mesopotamia, City State, Tax, Summerians, Babylonians, Treasures, Scribe, Slave, Ziggurats, Pharaoh,
Polytheist, Mastaba, Pyramid, Hypogea
UNIT 10. Civilization, Aristocracy, Citizen, Colonies, Democracy, Oligarchy, Persian Wars, Peloponnesian War, Delian
League, Alexander the Great, Hellenistic kingdoms