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  1.   Journey to a Wildlife Park in Tanzania
-Africa- JOURNEY TO A WILDLIFE PARK Author: Monte Blackburn Grade Level: Early Elementary Objective: Students will identify similarities and differences between Rehema's life and culture, and their own. Materials Needed: The book, Rehema's Journey--A Visit in Tanzania, by Barbara A. Margolies. A map of Tanzania within Africa. Various pictures of African wildlife: Zebras, Rhinoceroses, Hippopotamuses, Giraffes, Lions, Tigers, etc. Procedures: 1. Focus the students by telling them that they are going to be learning about a little girl about their age, named Rehema. Tell the...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  2.   African Tag
...uti Egypt Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon The Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Rwanda Sao Tome and Principe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Educational programs of the Texas AgriLife Extension Service are open to all people without regard to race, color, sex, disability, religion, age, or national origin. The Texas A&M University System, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the County Commissioners Courts of Te...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  3.   Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain
...Procedure: Background information: When asking the guest to come and explain their culture, be sure they explain the value of the beads. The beads are used to show love, happiness, jealously and loneliness. Beads hung on safety pins are called Zulu Love Tokens. The Samburu and Massai of Kenya, and Tanzania also make beadwork that represents marital status, elder or priest, and social status. The beadwork is made using glass beads. Invite a guest speaker from Zulu to discuss the values and traditions of their culture. Have the guest speaker bring beadwork and explain the importance of beadwork to their culture....
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    Grade Level: K-2

  4.   An African Folktale: the Orphan Boy
...background knowledge of the Maasai ethnic group and the region they are located on the map. *The Maasai people are one of the ethnic groups living within the vast area of east Africa today. The Maasai are nomadic pastoral people who live in the Great Rift Valley and other pasturelands of Kenya and Tanzania. Even though many of their neighbors indulge in wild game hunting, the Maasai continue their traditional pastoral life. Interestingly enough, the Maasai do not eat any of the animals that coexist with them in the reserve, nor do they slaughter any of the cows they raise. Only in times of famine will the Maas...
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  5.   Jambo Means Hello: an Introduction to Swahili
...anguages spoken among the people. One of the most common languages spoken is Swahili (or Kiswahili, which is the proper way to identify the language.) Swahili is an Arabic word meaning "of the coast" or people of the coast." It is one of 80 Bantu (African) languages, and is the national language of Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, and is spoken in Burundi, Rwanda and Zaire, and other parts of central and eastern Africa. Swahili was not a written language until after the arrival of British colonists. The British influence may explain why the pronunciation of the vowels and consonants found in Swahili and the Kiswahili a...
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  6.   The Basics: Life Science
...If you don't have an account, sign up for a demo here. _ _ lesson plan support The Basics: Life Science _ _ _ Buy this video VHS _ DVD _ _ _ _ Student Objectives Discuss the topics covered under the term "life science." Create a poster illustrating the elements of the food chain on the Serengeti in Tanzania. Write an accompanying paragraph describing the organization of the food chain. Materials The Basics: Life Science Computer with Internet access Poster board Markers and colored pencils Procedures 1. Begin the lesson by reviewing the topics covered under the term "life science." To spur conversation, remind...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  7.   The Commonwealth - Members and Structure
...of this population are less than 25 years old. The member with the biggest population is India (one billion) and the smallest are Nauru and Tuvalu in the Pacific ocean (11,000 people each). The richest are Australia, Canada, Singapore and the UK. Some of the poorest are Mozambique, Sierra Leone and Tanzania. Commonwealth countries work together to make their economies stronger, to improve their systems of government and to improve the skills of their people. The Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting (CHOGM) takes place every two years. The next CHOGM is scheduled to take place in Brisbane in March 2002. Turn...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  8.   How fair is international trade?
...resent very limited information - the class could discuss possible reasons for this. Extension activity Ask students to look up the UN Human Development Report on www.undp.org or in an atlas. Compare the Gross National Product (GNP) of a range of countries, such as the Philippines, the UK, the USA, Tanzania and Peru, with the profits of these transnational companies. Plenary Bring the pairs together to share their results. Can they agree on how powerful TNC's were? How could shoppers influence trade rules? Teachers' Background International trade is worth GBP6 million a minute and growing fast, it has great pow...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  9.   The Commonwealth - people and places
...of this population are less than 25 years old. The member with the biggest population is India (one billion) and the smallest are Nauru and Tuvalu in the Pacific ocean (11,000 people each). The richest are Australia, Canada, Singapore and the UK. Some of the poorest are Mozambique, Sierra Leone and Tanzania. Commonwealth countries work together to make their economies stronger, to improve their systems of government and to improve the skills of their people. The Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting (CHOGM) takes place every two years. The next CHOGM is scheduled to take place in Malta. The summit will take...
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  10.   The Commonwealth Games
...tion are less than 25 years old. * The member with the biggest population is India (at one billion) and the smallest are Nauru and Tuvalu in the Pacific ocean (with 11,000 people each). * The richest are Australia, Canada, Singapore and the UK. * Some of the poorest are Mozambique, Sierra Leone and Tanzania. * Commonwealth countries work together to make their economies stronger, to improve their systems of government and to improve the skills of their people. * The Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting (CHOGM) takes place every two years.
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    Grade Level: K-12


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