Study Guide Lesson 1Preface Lesson 2Chapter 1 Lesson 3Chapter 2 Lesson 4Chapter 3 Lesson 5Chapter 4 Lesson 6Chapter 5 Lesson 7Chapter 6, Part 1 Lesson 8Chapter 6, Part 2 Lesson 9Chapter 7 Life in the Great Ice Age Life in the Great Ice Ageby Michael and Beverly Oard Lesson 1: Preface Textbook: Life in the Great Ice Age Text: Pages 4-5 (Preface) Scripture: Genesis 4:17-22 Genesis 11:1-9 Vocabulary Words: Neanderthal Cro-Magnon Archeologist Nomadic Questions: Where does this story take place? In what types of dwellings did the people live? Why did they live in these dwellings? We know the people who lived during the Ice Age were not ignorant. How do we know that? Who were the Neanderthals? Why were the Neanderthals mistakenly considered ‘primitive apemen’? From where did the Cro-Magnon people get their names? What is an archeologist? What is a ‘stone age’ culture? What is a ‘tribe’? Name some activities of tribes during this time. Activities: Have students look on a world map and find the general location of where this story takes place. Find out about rickets – specifically what it is, how it affects the human body, how is it prevented. Read Tackling the big freeze, interview with Michael Oard (one of the authors of the text).