The Use of Fire & Migration

24 Sep
Around 500,000 year ago, early humans learned to make and control fire.  We learned some ways they used fire.  Do they mention any other uses for fire in the first video?  We have also learned about early human migration. The second video is on the migration of animals today (National Geographic TV program) and the last video is on human migration today and its effects on the world. Comment and share your opinion. Why do people migrate today?  Answer one or both of the questions.

5 Responses to “The Use of Fire & Migration”

  1. SeoYoung September 24, 2013 at 1:56 pm #

    Fire starts to make them communicate each other and involve each other to talk. In the first video I learnt that if they cook the food and eat, the number of carbon hydrogen increased and effects on the brain which made their brains more larger. Like ours.
    These days, people might migrate to another country to get a better job and a better life. By that sometimes they could earn more money they earned in other places.


  2. Abhi September 24, 2013 at 2:17 pm #

    I think at the present day, most people have good food so people travel mostly to find work, to places easier to live and stay, to places where it is safe for your family etc.


    • SeoYoung September 24, 2013 at 4:16 pm #

      My uncle studied in Philippine and in Korea and went to America to get a job. He said that he do have a job right now and is working as a physical therapist. Even though he hasn’t got the green card yet, but he’ll soon get it.


      • Enzo September 25, 2013 at 3:17 pm #

        tell your uncle that I hope he gets his green card soon.


  3. Enzo September 25, 2013 at 3:16 pm #

    I think when the early humans ate cooked food it gave the early humans more energy so that could be why they were always up and ready to hunt in the morning.


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