Make a story about the ancient people according to the plan: 1) how they looked; 2) how they differed from animals and modern man; 3) what did you do
The Neanderthal man had a powerful body, strongly developed superciliary arches, protruding jaws with large teeth. Neanderthals made tools from stone, built primitive houses. They hunted large animals. Their clothes were animal skins.
The Neanderthals buried the dead in specially dug graves. They first had the idea of death as a transition to the afterlife.
The appearance and brain of the Cro-Magnons were like those of modern people. Cro-Magnons are our direct ancestors. They hunted large herbivores and lived in tribal communities in which the upbringing of children was very strict.
They differed from animals in the presence of intelligence and speech. They differ from a modern person in their way of life. A modern person does not need to hunt, raising children takes place in a separate family, there is an opportunity to choose what you will do in life.
Remember: The process of learning a person lasts a lifetime. The value of the same knowledge for different people may be different, it is determined by their individual characteristics and needs. Therefore, knowledge is always needed at any age and position.