lunes, 26 de mayo de 2014

The Iberian Peninsula in the pre-Roman times

Today we are going to work with a new THINKING ROUTINE. It is called THE MISTERY QUESTION. You have to think on what we learnt the last lesson: THE PREHISTORY. Once you have in mind you have to create a question that maybe one of your partners could not understand. The teacher will try to answer and explain better that points.

Once we have solved all the questions and everything is clear we are going to watch a video to learn a bit more about PRE-ROMAN TIMES. Pay attention because at the end of the video you have to answer the following questions:

  • Where is the place the video is talking about?
  • What was the main crop Iberians had?



PRE-ROMAN TIMES
The peninsula was inhabited by Iberians and Celtic tribes.
Then Phoenicians, Greeks and Cartigians came through Mediterranian Seas.

THE IBERIANS AND THE CELTS
Iberians lived in the east and south.
They lived in walled settelments and rectangular houses, they are divided into tribes.
They were herders, farmers, traders and craftsmen.


Celts lived in the centre and the north.
They lived in walled settements with round houses, they are divided into tribes. 
They were herders, farmers and expert metalworkers.


COLONIES
Phoenicians came from Asia, and settled on the southern coast.
Cadiz and Almunecar.


Greeks came from Greece, settled in the Mediterranean coast.
Denia and Ampuria.


Carthaginians came form North Africa, settled in the Mediterranean coast.
Cartagena. 


LET'S PLAY AND CONTINUE LEARNING:

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