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2013 African Society and Religions Lesson Plan. Date your papers: Tuesday, December 10, 2013 Wednesday, December 11, 2013 Thursday, December 12, 2013 Friday, December 13, 2013. Essential and Guiding Questions: Why is it important to develop an appreciation of other cultures?

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2013 african society and religions lesson plan

2013 African Society and Religions Lesson Plan

Date your papers:

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Friday, December 13, 2013

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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?
day one tuesday december 10 2013
Day One: Tuesday, December 10, 2013
  • Quiet Question: Type Two Prompt---Working with your partner, 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
day one tuesday december 10 20131
Day One: Tuesday, December 10, 2013
  • . Class: We are going to watch three short film clips from United Streaming on African Religious Practices to introduce traditional African society to us.
    • “Animism Film Clip”: 1 minute and 29 seconds
    • “Religions and Rituals in South Africa Film Clip”: 2 minutes and 14 seconds
    • “Traditional Religious Beliefs and Festivals of Ghana Film Clip”: 3 minutes
  • Class: Ms. Barben is going to now introduce African Tribalism and Religious Practices to the class through her powerpoint lecture. You should take notes in the provided graphic organizer.
day one tuesday december 10 20132
Day One: Tuesday, December 10, 2013
  • Homework: You will be assigned either part of the supplemental reading or the textbook to read and take additional notes on in the provided graphic organizer.
  • You will be teaching this material to your group members on Day Four.
  • So you must be responsible and do your part of the reading and note-taking. DO IN A DIFFERENT COLOR FROM CLASS NOTES TO DISTINGUISH AND KNOW WHAT TO SHARE WITH GROUP!
  • Jigsaw Reading and Note-Taking: You have two nights to do the reading and note-taking.
  • Textbook: “African Society” pages 250-252 and 255-257 and “African Religious Beliefs” pages 253-254
  • Supplemental Reading: pages 1-5
  • Supplemental Reading: pages 6-10
  • Supplemental Reading: pages 11-15
day two wednesday december 11 2013
Day Two: Wednesday, December 11, 2013
  • Class: Ms. Barben is going to finish her African Tribalism and Religious Practices Powerpoint Lecture, and you should continue note-taking.
  • Homework: Finish your Jigsawed Reading and Note-taking.
day three thursday december 12 2013
Day Three: Thursday, December 12, 2013
  • Groups: You will begin to do the Group Jigsaw Share You have the class period to finish.
day three thursday december 12 20131
Day Three: Thursday, December 12, 2013
  • Homework: Summative Assessment---Using your completed graphic organizer notes, 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 and Religions:
  • 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.
  • h)Select ONE from the options for each to develop.
day three thursday december 12 20132
Day Three: Thursday, December 12, 2013
  • THINKS….(structure of society, social pyramid, relationship between kings and subjects tribes, or clans)
  • SEES….(painting, sculptures, dance, Christian Churches, or mosques)
  • HEARS….(animism, griots, music, oral literature, or Folk Islamic Groups)
  • SMELLS….(economic organization, community education and initiation, or slavery)
  • SAYS/EATS/DRINKS….(use SAYS…council of elders, kinship groups, languages, or griots)
  • DOES…(age grade or age-set system, inheritance, or lines of descent of matrilineal or patrilineal)
  • DOES….(traditional religious beliefs in Africa)
  • DOES….(rituals, diviners, or ancestor worship)
  • DOES….(roles of women, marriage, bride wealth, or polygamy)
  • LOVES/HATES/FEARS…(spread of Islam and Christianity or tribalism in Modern Africa)
day three thursday december 12 20133
Day Three: Thursday, December 12, 2013
  • Chunking of Sensory Figure Homework:
  • Night One: Thursday, Dec 12, 2013Do Thinks, Sees, Hears, and Smells cues.
  • Night Two:Friday, December 13, 2013Do Says and the four Does cues.
  • Night Three:Monday, December 16, 2013Do Loves cues and edit over your work.
  • Due Wednesday, December 18, 2013!
day four friday december 13 2013
Day Four: Friday, December 13, 2013
  • WE ARE NOT DOING THIS DUE TO TUESDAY’S SNOW DAY!
  • Class: We are going to watch a film from United Streaming on the Ancient History of Africa.
    • You are to take notes in the provided timeline organizer.
    • Any areas missing information, go to the identified textbook pages.
day four friday december 13 20131
Day Four: Friday, December 13, 2013
  • DO NOT WORRY ABOUT THE TIMELINE NOTES AS WE ARE NOT DOING THIS DUE TO TUESDAY’S SNOW DAY!
  • Homework: Add to Timeline Notes from textbook and work on Sensory Figure.