CBSE Class 6 Social Science Question Paper Set 3

SECTION –A (HISTORY)
 
I. ANSWER IN ‘ONE’ WORD
 
1. This was actually a transition period and was followed by the Neolithic age.
 
2. The art Buddhist in theme but Graeco-Roman in style.
 
3. An object made by a person found at an archaeological site.
 
4. The Indus Valley Civilization belonged to this age.
 
II. MATCH THE CONTENTS IN COLUMN ‘A’ WITH THOSE IN COLUMN ‘B’ : 
 
S.NO COLUMN -                                              A COLUMN – B                                      
 
1. Hard reddish baked clay                           a. First to produce silk 
 
2. Chinese                                                   b. Indus Valley 
 
3. Israel                                                      c. Terracotta 
 
4. Script not yet deciphered d. Earliest evidence of controlled fire 4
 
III. STUDY THE GIVEN PICTURE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW: 
CBSE Class 6 Social Science Question Paper Set 3 1
 
A. This is a seal showing a male figure in a yogic pose surrounded by various animals. Identify the seal.
 
B. To which God this figure has been compared to?
 
IV. STATE WHETHER THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ARE ‘TRUE’ OR ‘FALSE’ : 
 
1. Human beings appeared on the Earth about 40,000 years ago. ___________
 
2. The use of pottery was quite common during the Palaeolithic age. ___________
 
3. The Indus people had knowledge of Iron. ____________
 
4. The Neolithic Age was the last phase of the Stone Age. _____________
 
V. FILL IN THE BLANKS: 
 
1. During Neolithic Age humans began to settle down and started _____________________
 
2. ____________ is a prehistoric tool of stone or metal shaped like chisels or axe head used for chopping or digging.
 
3. The lower Palaeolithic Age is also known as _______________________.
 
4. _________________ in Karnataka’s Gulbarga district is considered to be a factory site where stone tools were manufactured.
 
5. Harappan culture was more than twice the area of ________________and_______________ civilizations.
 
VI. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN ‘ONE’ POINT: 
 
1. What was the Citadel or Acropolis used for?
 
2. State how the continuous invasions from the north-west influence India.
 
3. Give reason: ‘The term Neolithic Revolution is associated with the Neolithic Period’.
 
4. Who were the hominids?
 
VII. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN ‘TWO’ POINTS: 
 
1. State the reasons suggested for the decline of the Indus Valley civilization. (any two)
 
2. Mention the reasons for choosing stone as the main tool, by the early humans.
 
3. Write a short note on the drainage system of the Indus Valley people.
 
4. What difference was seen in the houses of the Neolithic Age?
 
VIII.ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN ‘FOUR’ POINTS: 
 
1. Enlist the features of the pre-historic human life.
 
2. ANSWER QUESTION ‘A’ OR ‘B’
 
A. What are the main features of a civilization?
 
OR
 
B. This huge public tank was an important building found by the archaeologists at Mohenjodaro. Describe its unique features.

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