TEACHING RESOURCES ON AFRICA & AFRICAN HISTORY
IF I VISITED AFRICA TODAY is a one - two day lesson for introducing Africa to students. It is the first of the mutli-lesson packet called INTRODUCING AFRICA START WITH AFRICA TODAY. This free introductory lesson plan contains a Powerpont presentation, a student worksheet, and a guided lesson plan for the instructor.
TEACHING RESOURCES ON
AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY
UNCHAINED MEMORIES is a 2003 HBO documentary film about the stories of former slaves interviewed during the 1930s as part of the Federal Writers' Project. Actors emulate the original conversation with the interviewer.
Upload the student viewing guide which also contains links to additional on-line resources.
START WITH AFRICA TODAY: PPT
Many people think that Africa is mostly desert. Others believe that Africa is a vast jungle. Both are stereotypes. The GEOGRAPHY OF AFRICA presentation illustrates the diversity of the vegetation zones and the diversity of geographic features on the African continent.
Divided into three units the RESISTANCE to SLAVERY Powerpoint presentation includes visuals and text on:
RESISTANCE TO SLAVERY
GEOGRAPHY OF AFRICA
AFRICA IS RICH
AFRICA IS RICH is a one day Powerpoint presentation useful for introducing students to the dilemma facing many African nations today - their mineral wealth is not benefiting the majority of their citizens
NOT ALL AFRICANS ARE NEGRIOD is a unique cultural presentation illustrating that today Africa is a diverse and multicultural continent made up of peoples from all parts of the world.
NOT ALL AFRICANS ARE NEGROID
This Powerpoint presentation illustrates the fact that people with so-called "negroid" features have inhabited many parts of Asia and the Pacific for tens of thousands of years.
NOT ALL NEGRIODS ARE AFRICAN
People in Africa have been manufacturing for centuries, weaving baskets and textiles, tanning leather, carving wood, firing bricks and pottery, smelting metals, to name just a production activities. Explore tradition production in Africa with this Powerpoint presentation.
TRADITIONAL AFRICAN PRODUCTION
Africans have been involved in international trade for centuries. This Powerpoint presents the basic concepts of trade in historic African societies.
TRADITIONAL TRADE IN AFRICA
in the AFRICAN AMERICANS IN THE CIVIL WAR presentation students will explore President Lincoln's initial reluctance to recruit African Americans, the contributions of runaway slaves to Union efforts, and how African American soldiers and sailors contributed to the Union's victory over the Confederacy. Teacher guide included.
AFRICAN AMERICANS IN THE CIVIL WAR
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