|Editor||Subramanyam, C.N. ♦ Omkarnath, G.|
|Source||SCERT Andhra Pradesh|
|Publisher||Government of Andhra Pradesh|
|Alternative Title||Diversity on the Earth|
|Subject Domain (in DDC)||Social sciences ♦ Political science ♦ History & geography ♦ Geography & travel ♦ Historical geography|
|Subject Keyword||Hunter Gatherer ♦ Hunter Gatherer Microliths ♦ Nomads ♦ Shared living ♦ Domestication ♦ Herders ♦ Neolithic ♦ Archaeologist ♦ Podu Agriculture|
|Description||This is the third chapter of the book entitled "Social studies : class 6". This chapter deals with the earliest people who lived by collecting fruits, flowers, honey, wild grains and edible tubers and roots that grew naturally in the forests and also hunted birds and animals. They did not grow any crop. It also discussed how is the food grown and what tools are used in this process? Who invented these tools? The life of people who did not grow any crops and only lived by gathering what grew naturally?.|
|Educational Role||Student ♦ Teacher|
|Age Range||13 to 17 years|
|Educational Use||Classroom ♦ Reading|
|Education Level||V to VIII|
|Learning Resource Type||Book|
|Educational Framework||Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (APBSE)|
|Pedagogic Objective||To teach the students how their family obtains the food what they eat? What are the food habits of the earliest people?|
|Size (in Bytes)||527.75 kB|
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