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Chap1 Civil Overview

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Chap1 Civil Overview

  1. 1. World Civilization Supapak Yodseranee
  2. 2. Agenda • History Timeline Exercise • What is civilization? Why do we study it? • How are we going to study it? • Course syllabus • Homework
  3. 3. History Timeline • Draw your SF life timeline (at least 3 eras) • Draw your family timeline • Exchange your story with your team. • Aj Supapak Prediction: • Who has the most interesting timeline? Tell the class. • What is the World Civilization timeline?
  4. 4. World Civilization Timeline • 13 billion years ago Big Bang • 4.5 billion years ago Formation of the Earth • 600 million years ago Multi-cell life forms • 195 million years ago Jurassic and mammals, Thailand? • 60 million years ago primates begin to evolve • 12 million years ago Hominidae family • 4 million years ago start of last ice age • 1.5 million years ago Homo erectus • 200,000 years ago arrival of Homo Sapiens • 60,000 years ago out of Africa migration • 40,000 years ago Cro-Magnons in France • 2 450???
  5. 5. Where did they you go?
  6. 6. Prehistoric Summary Time SW Asia East Asia S/SE Asia Africa EU America& Oceania 1.5 Mil. Arrival of Homo Arrival of Homo Arrival of Homo erectus erectus erectus 1 Mil. Arrival of Homo erectus 250,000 Arrival of Homo Arrival of Homo Evolution of Homo Sapiens Sapiens Sapiens 100,000 Neanderthal Neanderthal Appearance Appearance 60,000 Human migration to Australia and New Guinea 40,000 Cro-Magnon Cro-Magnon Appearance Appearance 13,000 Human migration from Siberia to Alaska 12,000 10,000 Beginning of Human migration Agriculture to South America
  7. 7. What is Civilization? • an advanced state of human society, in which a high level of culture, science, industry, and government has been reached • cultural refinement, creative achievements • cities or populated areas in general, as opposed to unpopulated or wilderness areas • Society that is well organized and developed www.dictionary.com
  8. 8. Why do we study it? • Educated person??? • Global view understanding • Know thyself • Time series, history pattern • How it shapes our lives and our future • Improve your skills: analytical, learning, presentation, creative mind
  9. 9. How are we going to study? • From your expertise: – Mind map – Pretest – Movie – Music – Group tutoring • Course Syllabus • Tools: How to enjoy art? Memory techniques, Multiple Comparisons
  10. 10. How to enjoy art?
  11. 11. How to enjoy art? Formalism • Painting, sculpture, or architecture: – Intent of the work: What’s the artist trying to do? – Evaluate its execution: How well is it done? • Literature: – Relationships among theme, plot, characters, and settings, sources of language, word choice, tone, imaginary, symbol • Film: – Theme, plot, characters, setting, camera techniques, lighting, sound editing • Music: – Tone, scale, tempo, texture, melody, harmony
  12. 12. How to enjoy art? Concextualism • Factors outside the work: why it was created, what artistic, social, cultural, historical, and political forces, events, and trends, who the artist is, his or her intent, work fits with other works of the same genre of the same or different eras (time and place) • Variety of perspective: psychological perspective, religious perspective, economic perspective, history perspective
  13. 13. What makes the work so GREAT? "Crazy" Intention, Evaluation, Tone, I remember when, I remember, I remember when I lost my mind There was something so pleasant about that place. Perspective Even your emotions had an echo In so much space And when you're out there Without care, Yeah, I was out of touch But it wasn't because I didn't know enough I just knew too much Does that make me crazy? Does that make me crazy? Does that make me crazy? Possibly [radio version] probably [album version] And I hope that you are having the time of your life But think twice, that's my only advice Come on now, who do you, who do you, who do you, who do you think you are, Ha ha ha bless your soul You really think you're in control Well, I think you're crazy I think you're crazy I think you're crazy Just like me My heroes had the heart to lose their lives out on a limb And all I remember is thinking, I want to be like them Ever since I was little, ever since I was little it looked like fun And it's no coincidence I've come And I can die when I'm done Maybe I'm crazy Maybe you're crazy Maybe we're crazy Probably
  14. 14. Can you memorize this? Time Politic, Knowledge, Art: Literature, Thailand (Different sources have time difference Economic, Philosophy, Painting, Drama by thousands of years) Society Technology Sculpture, Architecture Crude oil, Petrified wood, Jurassic time in Esarn, Banpo grave Palaeolithic Speaking language, shell, Old Stone Age (Old Stone Age) Hunting, food Tools made from man @Krabi, Middle Stone Age@North, 2,000,000-8,000 BCE gathering rocks Bankao Karnchanaburi, (Middle Stone Age) Banchiang and Cave art at Dordogne Udonthani Neolithic Start agriculture, in France, Pyrenees (New Stone Age) Start community, Mountain in Spain, Oral literature, 8,000-4,000 BCE Pottery, Spear Dolmen Worship Pimai@Korat, Hand imprints for Wat Metal Age ยุคโลหะ decoration or for Bankanleung Copper Age Pyramid system, Food preservation, black magic for the Dancing, praying, pottery Ubon 4,000-2,500 BCE Specialized labor Wheel hunters and chanting
  15. 15. What are the techniques? • Picture • Abbreviation • Root word, Key word • Loci method (lock space, places and words)
  16. 16. Ancient time Time America EU Africa SW Asia India China/Japan Thailand 10,000 BCE Mesopotamia 6000 BCE (2350, Sargon Banchiang 1st empire) 5,000 BCE 3000-1500 Egypt (2530 2500-1800 1523-1122 BCE Pimai Stonehenge Giza) Indus Shang Dynasty Civilization 221 BCE Qin 1500 Arayan Shihuangdi 1000 BCE 776 1st 560 BCE Olympic Buddha 753 Rome was built 500 BCE 500-350 BCE Peak of Rome 1 A.D. 250-900 AD 29 AD Peak of Maya Crucified Jesus
  17. 17. Homework • Read Mesopotamia and Egyptian Civilization – http://wps.prenhall.com/hss_craig_herwrldciv_6/ – http://highered.mcgraw- hill.com/sites/0073534536/information_center_view0/ – http://highered.mcgraw- hill.com/sites/0072556323/information_center_view0/ or from any other websites or Thai books • Make a comparison table • Participation score=game score