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Bundle of 2 - Medieval Africa - Culture & the Early African Societies

Bundle of 2 -  Medieval Africa - Culture & the Early African Societies
Bundle of 2 -  Medieval Africa - Culture & the Early African Societies
Bundle of 2 -  Medieval Africa - Culture & the Early African Societies
Bundle of 2 -  Medieval Africa - Culture & the Early African Societies
Bundle of 2 -  Medieval Africa - Culture & the Early African Societies
Bundle of 2 -  Medieval Africa - Culture & the Early African Societies
Bundle of 2 -  Medieval Africa - Culture & the Early African Societies
Bundle of 2 -  Medieval Africa - Culture & the Early African Societies
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This is a bundle of 2 highly animated, power point presentations on the Kingdoms of Medieval Africa - Culture & the Early African Societies. Both presentations together number 35 slides. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change them to fit your individual needs.

Civilization began in West Africa thousands of years ago. Written records are non-existent during the time period 500-1600 CE. Muslim scholars began writing about the Kingdom of Ghana around 800 CE. By then Ghana was more than 300 years old. To determine how these civilizations came to be, scholars studied geography, natural features, vegetation, ancient settlements, and artifacts. African civilization was shaped by Africa’s Four Climate and Four Vegetation Zones.

Trade drove the early kingdoms of Ghana, Mali and Songhai. Rulers raised money by taxing the goods traded. The revenue raise allowed them to raise armies and conquer other trading areas. Conquered people paid tribute in recognition of the new rulers protection. Rulers were both political and religious leaders. They were believed to have special powers given to them by the gods.

Power point #1 is entitled, Early Societies in West Africa and contains 18 slides and covers the following:

Background
Africa’s Four Climate Zones
Africa’s Four Vegetation Zones
Africa’s Vegetation Map
Early Trade Routes
Muslim Trade Routes
The Sahara Desert
The Sahal Desert
The Savannah
The Woodland Forest
Communities and Villages
The Nok People
Development of Towns and Cities
Jenne-jeno
The Rise of Kingdoms and Empires
End of Presentation

Power point #2 is entitled, The Cultural Legacy of West Africa and contains 17 slides and covers the following:

Oral Traditions
Griots
Folktales
Proverbs
Written Traditions
African Music
Call and Response Music
Drumming
Dance
Visual Arts: Sculptures
Visual Arts: Masks
Visual Arts: Textiles
Visual Arts: Everyday Objects
End of Presentation

This is one of many bundled power point presentations I offer in my store under the heading.... Kingdoms of Medieval Africa.
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35 slides
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