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Prehistory Web Quest - Quest for Man's Origins

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Home Up Introduction Task Rubric Conclusion

Depending on which species you are researching, look below for directions to complete your map.  The first part is for everyone, then there are special instructions which apply only to individuals.  Please be sure to complete both.

General Instructions for all maps

Locate and label the locations in your individual species instructions
Color and finish your map per the standard map rules (see TeacherWebSite for 6B if lost)
Once your map is complete you and the others with your particular job will be responsible for teaching a mini lesson on your map to the rest of the class.  You will be given an overhead and will explain your locations and show them to the class so that they can reproduce the locations on their master map 

Individual Instructions

Australopithecus
Homo Habilis
Homo Erectus
Neanderthal
Cro-Magnon

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