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2 Please have planners on your table ; Applying Map Skills, page 386; Use map to answer the following questions. Please write questions first! 1.Through which countries does the Niger River flow? (5) 2.Does West Africas elevation rise or fall as you move northward? 3.What is the highest point in West Africa? 4.Name two major lakes in West Africa. 5.What are the 4 landlocked countries of West Africa (T)?

3 oDescribe the land and climates found in Nigeria oExplain Nigerias economy oCompare Nigerias ethnic groups

4 Ch 11. test today

5 Bell ringer 4 Geographic Regions of Nigeria Ch. 11 test

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10 Nigeria has a long ; covered with mangrove swamps (T) Nigerias coastline gives way to tropical

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13 Rainforest gives way to (grasslands) with few trees. (T)

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18 1.What was the first colonial African country to gain its independence? 2.How many countries border Burkina Faso? 3.Cameroon is slightly larger than which state? 4.The Cote DIvoire is one of the worlds leading producers of what? 5.Which West African country is located entirely inside the country of Senegal? Please write questions (10); Planners on your table.

19 6)What is the capital of Sierra Leone? 7)The republic of Mali is a former colony of what European power? 8)What four countries border Nigeria? 9)Nigeria is twice the size of what U.S. state? 10)What are four products that farmers in Nigeria produce? Please write questions (10); Planners on your table.

20 oDescribe the land and climates found in Nigeria oExplain Nigerias economy oCompare Nigerias ethnic groups

21 Chapter 13-1 Quiz – Thursday, 9/15

22 Bell ringer Video – West Africa Tic Tac Toe Chart – Economy of Nigeria

23 1. A man builds a house rectangular in shape. All sides of the house face in the same direction. A big bear walks by, what color is the bear? Why? 2. I know a word of letters three, add two and fewer there will be. 3. What do these three things have in common … diamonds, dogs and double plays? (and it is not the letter D) Planners out and on your table; Please write down the riddle and try to answer.

24 The largest country (in terms of population, 134 million) in _______ _______. (Q) (T)

25 Nigeria is one of the worlds major producing countries (T) Oil profits pay for , and Still, % of people live in poverty --- % of income comes from oil exports (T)

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27 Despite oil resources, most work as _______ … Most are ________ farmers, growing only enough food to feed their families farmers Some work on larger farms that produce _____ crops like…

28 Please place planner on your table; Write down 5 questions; Use passage on next slide to answer. 1.What is Mary Kingsley describing in this quote? (T) 2.What does Mary Kingsley means when she mentions bush-ropes …. Coiled around? (T) 3.According to Mary Kingsley, what was a result of the thick canopy? (T) 4.When was this piece written? 5.What do you think Mary Kingsley is describing when she writes gray-white columns?

29 Sometimes for hours we passed among thousands upon thousands of gray-white columns of uniform height (about feet); at the top of these the boughs branched out and interlaced among each other, forming a canopy or ceiling, which dimmed the light even of the equatorial sun to such an extent that no undergrowth could thrive in the gloom … From their far-away summits hung great bush- ropes … coiled round and intertwined among each other, until one could fancy one was looking on some mighty battle between armies of gigantic serpents. – Mary Kingsleys Travels in West Africa, 1893

30 oDescribe the land and climates found in Nigeria oExplain Nigerias economy oCompare Nigerias ethnic groups

31 Chapter 13-1 Quiz – Thursday, 9/15 End of grading period – Tuesday, October 11th

32 Bell ringer Video – West Africa Web Map – History of Nigeria Homework GR 13-1

33 Earliest known people were -----(Q); lived in area from 500 B.C. to 200 A.D. Known as skilled and metal workers City states emerge; influences in north; traditional African in south

34 Europeans arrive in 1400s; by 1880s Africa is divided into Became a colony of England; in ---- Nigeria gained independence. Ethnic conflict led to civil war and instability. Free elections occurred in (Q)

35 One-third Christians Savannas President Silver French Mangrove Nok Food Oil (exports) Compound Harmattan 250 Africa Apartments 350 British Tropical rain forest Farmers Coastline 1400s Enslaved labor Poverty Lagos Rainfall Asia City-States Muslims Gold Prime Minister One-fourth

36 Applying map skills, page 394. (Please write question) Use the map on page 394 to answer the following questions. 1.What are the five largest cities in Nigeria? 2.Where are the regions most densely populated areas? 3.Which four countries have large uninhabited regions? 4.What is the population range of Dakar, Senegal? 5.Which city is bigger, Ogbomosho or Ndjamena?

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38 oDescribe the Sahels location and its history oExplain how people in the Sahel countries live oCompare the coastal countries, their history, and peoples.

39 Chapter 13-1 Quiz – Thursday, 9/15 End of grading period – Tuesday, October 11th

40 Bell ringer Video – West Africa Web Map – History of Nigeria Homework GR 13-1

41 Five Countries make up the region known as the Sahel

42 Sahel countries People in the Sahel Industries of Sahel Traditions 1. 2.

43 About half of Nigerias people Practice what Religion? What is the Approximate Population of Nigeria? What is Nigerias Largest city What is a tropical Tree with roots Both above and Below water? What is a tropical tree whose Seeds are used to make Chocolate and cocoa? In what year Were Nigerians First allowed to In free elections? What is a dusty Wind that flows From the Sahara? What is a group Of houses Surrounded by Walls?

44 Sahel countries 1. Countries are large; is small however 2. Most live in in southern areas of Sahel; near People in the Sahel 1. most people are growing grains 2. Others were such as Fulani and Tuareg Industries of Sahel 1. Mauritania exports include and iron ores 2. Mali ; Niger Uranium; Chad petroleum Traditions 1. Most are and speak Arabic along with tribal 2. In larger cities is also spoken

45 Please place planner on your table; Write down 5 questions. Use map on next slide to answer 1.Which ethnic group lives farthest north in Nigeria? (t) 2.Which ethnic groups live west of the Niger River? (t) 3.Which ethnic group lives between Lagos & Abuja? 4.Which ethnic groups in Nigeria use the Benue River for trade and transportation? (t) 5.Which ethnic group lives closest to city of Kano?

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47 oDescribe the Sahels location and its history oExplain how people in the Sahel countries live oCompare the coastal countries, their history, and peoples.

48 Chapter 13-1 Quiz – Thursday, 9/15 Chapter 13 test – Thursday, 9/22 5 AR Books read and passed by Tuesday, 10/11 End of grading period – Tuesday, 10/11

49 Bell ringer Video – West Africa 3 Great African Kingdoms

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52 Flourished between AD Makers of weapons; conqueror nearby peoples Deposits of ; trade routes connected G to other regions Located at upper parts of & rivers

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55 Flourished between AD Makers of weapons; conqueror nearby peoples Deposits of ; trade routes connected G to other regions Defeated G in Built wealth on & trade was Ms most famous ruler (T) Musa made a leading center of Muslim activity (Q) Located at upper parts of & rivers

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59 Flourished between AD Makers of weapons; conqueror nearby peoples Deposits of ; trade routes connected G to other regions Defeated G in Built wealth on & trade was Ms most famous ruler (T) Musa made a leading center of Muslim activity (Q) Replaces as most powerful empire Largest of three due to control of Rulers welcomed , ,& leaders Located at upper parts of & rivers invaders defeated in late 1500s

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61 1.When was the first Great Mosque built? 2.What elements of the Great Mosque help keep the inside cool? 3.What led to the decline of Djenne? 4.In which direction does the Great Mosque face? 5.What happens each spring to the Great Mosque? Please read pg. 396, Making the Connections. When you finish, please write the following 5 questions / answer.

62 oDescribe the Sahels location and its history oExplain how people in the Sahel countries live oCompare the coastal countries, their history, and peoples.

63 Chapter 13-1 Quiz – Thursday, 9/15 Chapter 13 test – Thursday, 9/22 5 AR Books read and passed by Tuesday, 10/11 End of grading period – Tuesday, 10/11

64 Bell ringer Web Map – Coastal Countries of West Africa 8 questions you should know … Quiz – Chapter 13-1

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70 4 rivers: ----, & , Rivers creates tropical rain forest climate is major problem; cleared to make land for plantations discoveries in Nigeria attract more people to West Africa Pg

71 What are you Most likely to Find on a savanna? What is Nigerias Major mineral Resource & largest Export? Who is the most Famous ruler Of the kingdom Of Mali? What mineral is Used to make Aluminum? Most of West Africas people Practice what religion? What desert Covers most Of North Africa? Which West African Country has the Largest population? Mangrove swamps Are found in what Area of West Africas coastal Countries? Pages

72 1.Can you name 3 consecutive days without using the words Mon., Tues., Wed., Thur., Fri., Sat., or Sun.? 2.What has no content yet you are still able to see it? 3.While walking I met a man. He tipped his hat and drew his cane and in this riddle I told his name. What is the mans name? Please take out planner and place it on corner of your table; Copy down the riddle (3) and try to answer,

73 oDescribe the Sahels location and its history oExplain how people in the Sahel countries live oCompare the coastal countries, their history, and peoples.

74 Chapter 13-1 Quiz – Thursday, 9/15 Chapter 13 test – Tuesday, 9/20 5 AR Books read and passed by Tuesday, 10/11 End of grading period – Tuesday, 10/11

75 Bell ringer Video – West Africa 3 Great African Kingdoms

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82 ________ traded with for gold, ivory & enslaved people… With development of ________, slave trade b/c major source of revenue Europeans enslaved millions forcing them to work on ___________ & in mines

83 Short grasses & Trees of the Sahel are used For what? What is the new Capital city of Cote DIvoire? Name the four Rivers that flow Through several West African Countries. What is the Capital city of Ghana? In 1957 the 1st country in West Africa to b/c Independent was what? What is one of The largest human-made Lakes in world? What are the 4 Landlocked countries Of West Africa? The climate of Coastal countries of West Africa is Affected by Gulf Guineas what? Pages

84 Read pages ; copy and fill in the blank; Please have planner on your table. Thanks. 1.The countries of Mauritania, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger and Chad make up the ___. 2.The word Sahel comes from an Arabic word that means ____. 3.The empire of ___ flourished between 700s and 1100s AD. 4.Malis most famous ruler was ____. 5.During the 1800s, the Sahel came under ___ rule.

85 oDescribe the Sahels location and its history oExplain how people in the Sahel countries live oCompare the coastal countries, their history, and peoples.

86 Chapter 13 test – Tuesday, 9/20 5 AR Books read and passed by Tuesday, 10/11 End of grading period – Tuesday, 10/11

87 Bell ringer Outline – People of Coastal West Africa Test Review

88 A. People of West Africa B. People working C. Liberia 1. 2.

89 A. People of West Africa can vary; some Christian, some Muslim, some traditional African religions 2. B. People working C. Liberia 1. 2.

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91 A. People of West Africa can vary; some Christian, some Muslim, some traditional African religions reflect regions colonial history… B. People working C. Liberia 1. 2.

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93 A. People of West Africa 1. Religion can vary; some Christian, some Muslim, some traditional African religions 2. Languages reflect regions colonial history… B. People working 1. Most people work in C. Liberia 1. 2.

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95 A. People of West Africa 1. Religion can vary; some Christian, some Muslim, some traditional African religions 2. Languages reflect regions colonial history… B. People working 1. Most people work in Natural resources include d , b & p C. Liberia 1. 2.

96 A. People of West Africa 1. Religion can vary; some Christian, some Muslim, some traditional African religions 2. Languages reflect regions colonial history… B. People working 1. Most people work in agriculture 2. Natural resources include diamonds, bauxite and phosphate C. Liberia 1. Was never a of any European country 2.

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98 A. People of West Africa 1. _________ can vary; some Christian, some Muslim, some traditional African religions 2. __________ reflect regions colonial history… B. People working 1. Most people work in __________ 2. Natural resources include d_________, b_______ and p__________ C. Liberia 1. Was never a _______ of any European country 2. Founded by freed slaves from America in -----; Capital is named for James Monroe

99 D. Sierra Leone E. Cote DIviore F. Ghana 1. 2.

100 D. Sierra Leone 1. Founded as a home for former E. Cote DIviore F. Ghana 1. 2.

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102 D. Sierra Leone 1. Founded as a home for former colony from 1787 to 1961 E. Cote DIviore F. Ghana 1. 2.

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104 D. Sierra Leone 1. Founded as a home for former slaves 2. British colony from 1787 to 1961 E. Cote DIviore 1. In the past, trading was huge; today it is illegal 2. F. Ghana 1. 2.

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106 D. Sierra Leone 1. Founded as a home for former slaves 2. British colony from 1787 to 1961 E. Cote DIviore 1. In the past, trading was huge; today it is illegal 2. Abidjan is largest city ; is official capital of Cote dIvoire (T) F. Ghana 1. 2.

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108 D. Sierra Leone 1. Founded as a home for former slaves 2. British colony from 1787 to 1961 E. Cote DIviore 1. In the past, ivory trading was huge; today it is illegal 2. Abidjan is largest city buy Yamoussoukro is official capital of Cote dIvoire (T) F. Ghana 1. Over ethnic groups in Ghana; Ashanti and Fante are the largest 2.

109 D. Sierra Leone 1. Founded as a home for former ______ 2. ________ colony from 1787 to 1961 E. Cote DIviore 1. In the past, ivory trading was huge; today it is ______ 2. Abidjan is largest city buy ___________ is official capital of Cote dIvoire (T) F. Ghana 1. Over 100 ethnic groups in Ghana; _______ and _______ are the largest 2. Accra is the capital (T); is largest man-made lake in the world (T)

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