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1 2013 Triangular Trade and Slavery Lesson Date your papers: Monday, December 16, 2013 Tuesday, December 17, 2013 Block Days: Wednesday, December 18 or Thursday, December 19, 2013 Friday, December 20, 2013

2 Essential and Guiding Questions: Why is it important to develop an appreciation of other cultures? How does religion impact the development of cultures? How has the process of “modernization” affected Africa? How has conflict affected Africa? How do the cultures of sub-Saharan Africa impact the global community? What are the core beliefs of Animism? How have Animist beliefs affected sub-Saharan Africa? What events, figures, and processes impacted Africa from imperialism through independence? What issues currently affect Africa? What internal conflicts have shaped the development of Africa? What factors influence Africa’s position in the global community?

3 Day One: Monday, December 16, 2013 Quiet Question: Type Two Prompt---We are going to act out the Reader’s Theatre Skit, “Mansa Musa and the Glories of the Mali Empire”. You will then use the skit and your African Tribalism and Religions Graphic Organizer from the last lesson to complete the prompt. Roles: Paulo-Venetian trader Amal-West African metals broker Kali-Mali government official Musa-King of Mali Bekk-Mali government official Ranal-Egyptian official Malik-Egyptian Sultan Saheli-Moorish architect Amir-Egyptian scholar

4 Day One: Monday, December 16, 2013 Type Two Prompt: Working with your partner, examine TWO EXAMPLES of how the Mali Empire of Mansa Musa demonstrates the influence of African Geography and Spread of Islam in North Africa. Mali Empire CharacteristicsGeography/Spread of Islam Connection

5 Day One: Monday, December 16, 2013 Class: Unfortunately for the great Empires of Early Africa, they were brought to an end by the arrival of the Europeans and the expansion of slavery. We are going to be examining Triangular Trade and Slavery in depth with this lesson. Class: We are going to watch the United Streaming Film “GlobeTrekker: Transatlantic Slave Trade”. As we watch, you should be taking notes in the provided graphic organizer. This film runs 51 minutes and 10 seconds long. Homework: Work on your African Tribalism and Religions Sensory Figure. It is due on Block Day!

6 Day Two: Tuesday, December 17, 2013 Class: We are going to finish watching the United Streaming Film and taking notes in the graphic organizer. Class: Finish your African Tribalism and Religions Sensory Figure. It is due the next class period.

7 Days Three and Four: Block Day Class: Ms. Barben is going to do her Triangular Trade and Slavery Overview Powerpoint Lecture and you are to add to your graphic organizer notes from the film we watched in the previous class. Homework: You are to read and add notes to the graphic organizer from the textbook or supplemental reading assigned to you for your Jigsaw Group. You need to do this in ONE NIGHT! Need for Friday’s class!

8 Days Three and Four: Block Day Jigsawed Reading: a)Textbook---The Atlantic Slave Trade-pgs b)Supplemental Reading----pages 1-6 c)Supplemental Reading----pages 7-11 d)Supplemental Reading----pages 12-17

9 Day Five: Friday, December 20, 2013 Class: You will be broken up into your groups to share your reading notes with the group. You need to make sure all the categories are complete! WE ARE NOT DOING THE FORMATIVE TRIANGULAR TRADE ANNOTATED ILLUSTRATED MAP DUE TO TIME CONSTRAINTS! CROSS OUT!


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