Future of Coffee in Africa - Earth Science Worksheet (Google, PDF, Print)
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Introduce students to the coffee trade in Africa with this reading guide.
Out of the regions of Africa, East Africa is a standout when it comes to coffee production. South Africa's coffee industry is also thriving, with 13.3% increase in coffee consumption from 2014-15 to 2017-18. While coffee hasn't been such a popular drink in Africa itself, higher income among the middle class has started a coffee movement in urban areas. From artisanal coffee shops to Starbucks tumblers and accessories like HotShot Coffee Sleeves, coffee-drinking has become an experience, and there's a marked preference for a premium or specialty coffee. 50% of the coffee consumed in Europe and America is already premium coffee. Coffee farmers in Africa would benefit from more agricultural training and advice. With Africa's abundant natural resources and long history of coffee production, its coffee industry is poised to grow rapidly within the next few years, perhaps even dominating the global market.
This worksheet comes in multiple formats so you can use it in any teaching situation!
- Google Slides for Google Classroom
- Digital-PDF for electronic sharing or easy printing
- Short answer, true/false and interpretive questions
- Article link embedded directly in guide for quick student access
- Answer Key included
1. Pair students to read and answer questions together.
2. Read as a class, then assign questions as a follow-up activity.
3. Assign each student a question(s) to answer and share.
4. Use as a lesson plan for a substitute teacher.
5. Utilize as an extra credit or homework activity for a related topic lesson.
About 50 minutes total lesson time with discussion
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