Presentation on theme: "Bell ringer, 2-4 What are the five largest cities in Nigeria?"— Presentation transcript:
1Bell ringer, 2-4 What are the five largest cities in Nigeria? Applying map skills, page 394. (Please write question)Use the map on page 394 to answer the following questions.What are the five largest cities in Nigeria?Which four countries on the map are landlocked?Which four countries have large uninhabited regions?What is the population range of Dakar, Senegal?Which city is bigger, Ogbomosho or N’djamena?
138 Vocabulary Flashcards Mineral saltUsed inFertilizers (T)Dusty wind fromSahara duringWinter months(Q)Process by whichGrasslandsChange to desertSmall plot of landWhere a farmerGrows only enoughFood to feed hisfamily(Q) Tropical treesWhose seeds areUsed to makeChocolate & cocoaBroad grasslandIn the tropicsWith very fewTrees (Q)The mineralUsed to makealuminumGroup of Housessurroundedby walls (Q)Pages13
14Page 386 Despite oil resources, most work as _______… Most are ________ farmers, growing only enough food to feed their familiesSome work on larger farms that produce _____ crops like…
15Please write questions (10); Planners on your table. Bell ringer 2.5Please write questions (10); Planners on your table.What was the first colonial African country to gain its independence?How many countries border Burkina Faso?Cameroon is slightly larger than which state?The Cote D’Ivoire is one of the world’s leading producers of what?Which West African country is located entirely inside the country of Senegal?Video – West Africa
16Please write questions (10); Planners on your table. Bell ringer 2.5Please write questions (10); Planners on your table.What is the capital of Sierra Leone?The republic of Mali is a former colony of what European power?What four countries border Nigeria?Nigeria is twice the size of what U.S. state?What are four products that farmers in Nigeria produce?Video – West Africa
17Today's Objectives: Describe the land and climates found in Nigeria Explain Nigeria’s economyCompare Nigeria’s ethnic groups
18Dates to rememberNext quiz will be on Thursday, Febraury 7th coverering Ch. 13, Section 1Next Pride Break – February 8thNext Progress Report – February 13th
19Daily Planner Bell ringer Web Map – Geography of Nigeria Video – Countries of West AfricaHWK – GR 13-1
20Nigeria has a long ------; covered with mangrove swamps (T) Geography, page 384CoastlineRain ForestNigeria has a long ; covered with mangrove swamps (T)
31Geography, page 384 Savannahs Plateau's Rainforest gives way to (grasslands) with few trees. (T)Finally, Nigeria highlands & appear.
32Guided Reading 13-1 Word Bank pageOne-thirdChristiansSavannasPresidentSilverFrenchMangroveNokFoodOil (exports)1400’sEnslaved laborPovertyLagosRainfallAsiaCity-StatesMuslimsGoldPrime MinisterOne-fourthCompoundHarmattan250AfricaApartments350BritishTropical rain forestFarmersCoastline
33Bell ringer 2.6 What is Mary Kingsley describing in this quote? (T) Please place planner on your table; Write down 5 questions; Use passage on next slide to answer.What is Mary Kingsley describing in this quote? (T)What does Mary Kingsley means when she mentions “bush-ropes …. Coiled around”? (T)According to Mary Kingsley, what was a result of the thick canopy? (T)When was this piece written?What do you think Mary Kingsley is describing when she writes “gray-white columns”?
34Document-Based Questions “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 Kingsley’s Travels in West Africa, 1893
35Today's Objectives: Describe the land and climates found in Nigeria Explain Nigeria’s economyCompare Nigeria’s ethnic groups
36Dates to rememberNext quiz will be on Thursday, February 7th on Ch. 13, Section 1Valentine’s Day Dance on Thursday, February 7thNext Pride Break – February 8thNext Progress Report – February 13th
37Daily Planner Bell ringer Time Line – History of Nigeria Ipads – Review for Ch. 13 quizWeekly Discussion questionVideo – West African CountriesHWK – Review for quiz
38History and Government, pg 387-88 City states emerge; influences in north; traditional African in southEarliest known people were (Q); lived in area from 500 B.C. to 200 A.D.Known as skilled and metal workers
39History and Government, pg 387-88 Ethnic conflict led to civil war and instability. Free elections occurred in (Q)Europeans arrive in 1400’s; by 1880’s Africa is divided intoBecame a colony of England; in Nigeria gained independence.History and Government, pg
40Religions of Nigeria 10 % practice traditional African religions 40 % of Nigerians are Christian …50 % of Nigerians are Muslim… (Q)
41Over 250 ethnic groups in Nigeria (Hausa, Fulani, Yoruba and Ibo are big 4) About 134 million people; most living along coast or near KanoStrong sense of belonging to group or extended familyNigeria's People pg
42Bell ringer 2-7 When was the first Great Mosque built? Please read pg. 396, Making the Connections. When you finish, please write the following 5 questions / answer.When was the first Great Mosque built?What elements of the Great Mosque help keep the inside cool?What led to the decline of Djenne?In which direction does the Great Mosque face?What happens each spring to the Great Mosque?
43Today's Objectives: Describe the Sahel’s location and its history Explain how people in the Sahel countries liveCompare the coastal countries, their history, and peoples.
44Dates to rememberNext quiz will be on Thursday, February 7th on Ch. 13, Section 1Valentine’s Day Dance on Thursday, February 7thNext Pride Break – February 8thNext Progress Report – February 13th
46The People of the Sahel, page 392 Sahel countries1. Countries are large; is small however2. Most live in in southern areas of Sahel; nearPeople in the Sahel1. most people are growing grains2. Others were such as Fulani and TuaregIndustries of Sahel1. Mauritania exports include and iron ores2. Mali ; Niger Uranium; Chad petroleumTraditions1. Most are and speak Arabic along with tribal2. In larger cities is also spoken