The Rise of African Civilizations. Chapter 13, Section 1, page 444. Africa’s Geography – page 445. a vast and diverse continent hot, steamy rain forests on either side of the equator tropical grasslands, known as savannas, cover most of Africa north and south of the rain forests
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The Rise of African Civilizations
Chapter 13, Section 1, page 444
Write the following questions and then answer them.
Africa’s Government and Religion
Chapter 13, Section 2, page 460
After this lesson, students will be able to
explain how the growth of empires led to centralized governments led by kings.
discuss how traditional religions and Islam shaped African cultures.
Sunni Ali – poser Muslim
Muhammad Ture takes control
Askia Muhammad close support for Islam
Islam in East Africa
Swahili – language that means “people of the coast”
African Society and Culture
Chapter 13, Section 3, page 468
After this lesson, students will be able to:
describe how the Bantu migrations spread common ideas to much of Africa.
discuss how the African slave trade disrupted African society and carried African peoples and cultures around the world.