Quiz LibraryNCERT Class 6 History Chapter 1: What, Where, How & When? | English | CBSE (Dr. Manishika)
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Concepts covered:history concepts, what, where, how, when
The video introduces the fundamental concepts of history, focusing on what, where, how, and when. It emphasizes the importance of understanding past events to avoid repeating mistakes in the future.
Table of Contents1.Evolution of Means of Transport in History2.Significance of Understanding History3.Historical Study of Geography and History4.Deciphering Ancient Manuscripts in India5.Deciphering Inscriptions in Archaeology6.Segments of Life in Civilizations
Evolution of Means of Transport in History
Concepts covered:Means of Transport, Historical Evolution, Chronological Changes, Temporal Variations, Concept of History
The first introductory class delves into the historical evolution of means of transport, exploring the concepts of what, where, how, and when. It highlights the chronological and temporal changes that have occurred over the years, shaping the study of history.
Question 1
Which elements are crucial in history?
Question 2
What does history primarily study?
Question 3
How do temporal variations relate to history?
Significance of Understanding History
Concepts covered:History, Past civilizations, Mistakes prevention, British invasion, Learning from the past
Studying history involves exploring aspects like clothing, housing, and food of past civilizations to avoid repeating mistakes. Understanding the past helps prevent the recurrence of historical errors in the future.
Question 4
What is a key reason to study history?
Question 5
Why should we study past invasions like the British in India?
Question 6
How does studying ancient clothing help us understand history?
Historical Study of Geography and History
Concepts covered:geography, history, cultures, civilizations, evolution
Exploring the interconnected study of geography and history, where geography is examined historically to understand the evolution of cultures and civilizations, while history is analyzed geographically to identify major kingdoms, trade centers, and areas of cultural significance.
Question 7
Why is geography studied historically?
Question 8
How does geography help in studying history?
Question 9
What role did travel play in history?
Deciphering Ancient Manuscripts in India
Concepts covered:India, Sanskrit, Rigveda, manuscripts, deciphering
The chapter delves into the origins of India's name, tracing it back to Sanskrit and Rigveda, and discusses the methods used to decipher ancient manuscripts, emphasizing the importance of understanding the script used.
Question 10
What is essential to decipher ancient manuscripts?
Question 11
What is the origin of the name 'Bharat'?
Question 12
What materials were used for ancient manuscripts?
Deciphering Inscriptions in Archaeology
Concepts covered:Archaeology, Inscriptions, Artifacts, Civilizations, Archaeologists
Archaeology involves studying inscriptions engraved on hard surfaces like stone, metal, or clay, which provide insights into past civilizations' languages, lifestyles, and habits. Archaeologists analyze artifacts such as pottery and bones to understand ancient people's diet, living conditions, and cultural practices.
Question 13
How can archeologists learn about past living styles?
Question 14
What can animal bones reveal about ancient diets?
Question 15
What forms can ancient scripts take?
Segments of Life in Civilizations
Concepts covered:Segments of Life, Civilizations, Geographical Study, Historical Timelines, BC AD BCE CE
The chapter discusses how different segments of life, such as that of kings, traders, and farmers, were studied in various civilizations based on geographical and resource availability. It also touches on the importance of understanding historical timelines, including the use of terms like BC, AD, BCE, and CE.
Question 16
What does 'AD' stand for in historical terms?
Question 17
What is another term for 'BC'?
Question 18
Why were people in cities dependent on rural areas?

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