It is shared with primates, uniquely human and genius homoAll shared have a form of communication; primates actually are the species that look like man for example chimpanzees and gorillas. They use symbols to communicate. The Japanese macaques had the ability to pass knowledge for example in communication, learning tricks for survival among others. 2. Fire.
It is used and shared with all hominines, Shared with Genus Homo and Uniquely Human. Primates have a flat face and four limbs and a given dental formulae in relation to the factor; fire, the used fire to get warm for example the homo sapiens, whereas the chimpanzees, gorillas are mammals but did not use fire, man had known ways also of cooking (Clark, 2009 p.46). Most of them live in trees expect man whom lives in land and due to his brain size lives differently. 3. Large brain.
It is shared with all primates, hominines, Genus Homo and Uniquely Human.Another factor relates to the size of the brain, for example the primates had the ability to think the intelligence design results to the universe. Human being has the largest brain.4. Bipedalism.
Shared with all primates, hominines, Genus Homo and Uniquely Human.Bipedalism is the essence of the concerns the form of locomotion. This is the way the organism uses the rear limbs in movement. They are capable of various locomotive patterns, Bipedalism that is the essence of walking, human being as primates walk using two limbs while the apes use four limbs in locomotion (Clark, 2009 p.88). 5. Tool use.
Shared with all primates, hominines, Genus Homo and Uniquely Human.The tools used were the bones to dig in soil for ants also the human being use the more improvised tools for hunting and other activities.6. Hunting, Shared with all primates, Genus Homo and Uniquely Human.Hunting done majorly in the bush, they hunted in groups, there is dependency amongst the gorilla and Bonobo, human being resembles the monkeys and apes and the changes over time (Clark, 2009 p.106).7. Art.
Was shared with all primates, hominines and Uniquely Human.Art as an adoptive strategy enhances the survival of the organisms as they become creative in making their own tools used for hunting; they used sharp bones, wood among others.8. Love, Shared with hominines, Genus Homo and Uniquely Human.Love as a way to strategize, they were living in groups; they exercise togetherness and protect themselves. Also in terms of reproduction, they produce viable offspring’s.9. Religion.
Shared with Genus Homo and Uniquely Human. In terms of religion, human being among the primate are in opposition to show the essence of religion by showing their act if believing in some supernatural10. Emotion Shared with all primates, hominines, Genus Homo and Uniquely Human.They depict also emotions as a way of adaptive strategy as a way to show they have feelings, for example, they mate. 11. Society.
Shared with all primates, hominines, Genus Homo and Uniquely Human.As they live together and have a given amount of brain, they form a society, which entails their solidarity in survival.12. Clothing.
Shared with Genus Homo and Uniquely Human.The issue of clothing the human being uses it since they do not have hairy bodies to get warmth and the apes and monkeys have hairy bodies.
Beginner, intermediate and advanced.5 Scientific methodslearning process
1. State the problem,
Firstly, there is need to state the problem by finding the characteristic of learning language and its evolution. And to show how the language learning came to existence and its impact and changes.2. Make Observations.
Secondly is into make observations; the observations made shows that as the process suggest the evolution of language they actually shared cognitive capacity for example the apes of primates order. The auditory of the hemisphere evolves. In addition, the symbolist devices used particularly the primates the organism in evolved and the changes in the way they adopt the kind of language. The sounds made by the organisms in attempt to learn the new language.
The sounds as well as the size of brain aids inn the language learning that focuses on how the brain processes information and interpret it (Clark, 2009 p.200). 3. Form a Hypothesis.
Thirdly, the constructions of hypotheses were it follows that the organisms had a form of language that they used in passing out messages. The symbolic thing developed. it takes considerable amount of time for the brain to process the information 4. Do the Experiment.
The experiment actually is to confirm if the hypothesis made hold, in this case the language learning passes from one generation to the next. It takes three stages , beginner , intermediate and advanced 5. Draw a Conclusion.
Finally, conclusion of the finding is that the evolvement of language learning is an essential issue in the adoptive strategy the organisms absorbs and utilizes. The essence of the evolution stated with the sounds and then the brain started to capture and recall data. The data needs a network to link up with the sounds. With time, language learned as now used by the Homo sapiens.