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					2012-2013 Early African History
           Lesson
           Date your papers:
      Tuesday, December 18, 2012
 Block Days: Wednesday, December 19
    or Thursday, December 20, 2012
       Friday, December 21, 2012
      Wednesday, January 2, 2012
             Tuesday, December 18, 2012
• 1. Quiet Question: Type Two Prompt---Read the
  two primary sources from African History, and
  examine the connections between the historical
  events and the geographical features of Africa.
• You must find a MINIMUM OF THREE DIFFERENT
  EXAMPLES.
•   Source     Geography Details   Connections to Geography Notes Explained
       Tuesday, December 18, 2012
• 2. Pair-Share: Turn to your partner and share and
  discuss your responses. Add and revise. Then
  with your partner, answer the following TYPE ONE
  PROMPT: Based upon the two primary sources,
  what observations can you make about the history
  of Early Africa? Explain. Do this in the space
  below:
        Tuesday, December 18, 2012
• 3. Class: We are going to watch the United Streaming Film
  Clip: “History and Human Geography of Africa”---10
  minutes. You are to take notes in the provided Timeline
  Graphic Organizer.
• 4. Individual/ Homework: For the rest of the class and as
  your homework, read the identified pages in your textbook
  on the first page of this lesson on the History of Early Africa,
  and
• Add information to the Right Side of the Interactive Notes.
• Highlight and star important information on the Right Side
  of the Interactive Notes.
• You will have THREE NIGHTS to go through all the textbook
  pages and add information to the notes.
• It has already been chunked for you on the first page of the
  lesson plan!
               Homework Chunking
• Textbook Pages:
• Night One: Tuesday, December 18, 2012
  – Ancient History of Africa: pgs 238-239
  – Ghana: pgs 242-243
  – Mali: pg 244
• Night Two: Wednesday, December 19, 2012
  –   Songhai: pg 245
  –   Bantus: pg 246
  –   East Africa: pgs 247-248
  –   South Africa: pg 249
• Night Three: Thursday, December 20, 2012
  – African Society: pgs 250-252 and 255-257
  – African Religious Beliefs: pgs 253-254
   Block Day: Wednesday, December 19
     or Thursday, December 20, 2012
• 5. Class: Ms. Barben is going to do her Early
  African Civilizations Powerpoint Lecture. As she
  does this, you are to do the Left and Right Side of
  your notes.
• You must use a minimum of THREE different
  methods on the Left Side throughout the notes.
• You must highlight, star, and add information to
  the Right Side throughout the notes.
• You must complete the Lecture Activities Ms.
  Barben has created within the Powerpoint on the
  Left Side throughout the notes.
   Block Day: Wednesday, December 19
     or Thursday, December 20, 2012
• 6. Homework: Continue reading the textbook
  pages, have done for FRIDAY!
• Add information to the Right Side of the
  Interactive Notes.
• Highlight and star important information on the
  Right Side of the Interactive Notes.
        Friday, December 21, 2012
• 7. Class: Ms. Barben is going to continue her Early
  African Civilizations Powerpoint Presentation, and
  you should finish your Interactive Notes.
• 8. Homework: Finish Interactive Notes making sure
  Left Side and Right Side are done on each page.
• Work on the Study Guide Questions for this lesson to
  prepare for the upcoming midterm.
• Academic A: Print up the African Tribalism
  Supplemental Reading to use in class on Wednesday,
  January 2, 2012.
• Accelerated: Print up the Early African History
  Documents Supplemental Reading to use in class on
  Wednesday, January 2, 2012
       Wednesday, January 2, 2013
• 9. Class: Ms. Barben is going to finish and answer
  any questions on her Interactive Lecture on Early
  African History.
• 10. Rest of Class/Homework:
• Academic A: African Tribalism Sensory Figure
• Accelerated: Early African History Documents
  Questions
           Wednesday, January 2, 2013
• Academic A/Periods One, Three, Four, and Five: Using your Interactive
  Notes on “African Society and Animism”, and the SUPPLEMENTAL
  READING “AFRICAN TRIBALISM”, you will create a Historical Sensory
  Figure examining how African Tribalism affects the daily life of an African.
• This should be typed and edited for spelling, grammar, and capitalization.
• Sensory Figure Topic: African Tribalism
• a)Must write in complete sentences.
• b)Each cue should be at least THREE WELL-DEVELOPED SENTENCES.
• c)Address specific, detailed factual information.
• d)Be sure to explain why.
• e)Do not repeat information.
• f)Any of the DOES cues can become an action verb like believes, worships,
  works, etc…
• g)I have identified the possible topics for each cue that will make sense.
  Select ONE from the options for each to develop.
             Wednesday, January 2, 2013
                                              •   Chunking of Sensory Figure
•   THINKS….(structure of society, social         Homework:
    pyramid, or view of life)                 •   Night One---Wednesday, January 2,
•   SEES….(painting, sculptures, or dance)        2013: Do Thinks, Sees, Hears, and
•   HEARS….(animism, diviners and healers,        Smells cues.
    music, or oral literature)                •   Night Two---Thursday, January 3,
•   SMELLS….(economic organization or life        2013: Do Says and the four Does
    for tribes in hot, dry regions)               cues.
•   SAYS/EATS/DRINKS….(use SAYS…council       •   Night Three---Friday, January 4,
    of elders or languages)                       2013: Do Loves cues and edit over
•   DOES…(age grade or age-set system,            your work.
    inheritance, or lines of descent)         •   DUE ON Monday, January 7, 2013
•   DOES….(tribes, tribal marks, or clans)
•   DOES….(nuclear family, extended family,
    or ancestral family)
•   DOES….(roles of women, marriage,
    bridewealth, or polygamy)
•   LOVES/HATES/FEARS…(spread of Islam
    and Christianity or tribalism in Modern
    Africa)
        Wednesday, January 2, 2013
•   Accelerated/High: Period 6            •   You to download the Document Based
•   You will be analyzing nine                Question Packet: “It has been said that
    documents on the different African        African culture did not exist until the
    Civilizations and answering the           coming of the Europeans. Evaluate the
    corresponding questions.                  achievements of the African empires,
•   You must type up each question and        kingdoms, and cities before the arrival
    then type up the answers.                 of European traders and explorers.” in
                                              pdf format from Ms. Barben’s Teacher
•   You are to write in BULLET format.        Page.
•   You are to use the information in     •   There are nine documents and twelve
    your Interactive Notes in your            questions.
    answers.                              •   You are to answer the questions. YOU
•   YOU CANNOT RELY SOLELY ON THE             ARE NOT WRITING AN ESSAY!
    DOCUMENTS TO ANSWER THE               •   Due on Monday, January 7, 2012
    QUESTIONS.
•   You must refer back to your
    Interactive Notes from Ms. Barben’s
    Lecture and the Textbook,

				
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