Human Migration - Transfer Maps to Narrative

Human Migration - Transfer Maps to Narrative
Human Migration - Transfer Maps to Narrative
Human Migration - Transfer Maps to Narrative
Human Migration - Transfer Maps to Narrative
Human Migration - Transfer Maps to Narrative
Human Migration - Transfer Maps to Narrative
Human Migration - Transfer Maps to Narrative
Human Migration - Transfer Maps to Narrative
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In this lesson, students will examine a map of human migration out of Africa. Using the information in the map, students will construct a timeline to show the same information in a different format. To construct a historical narrative, students will draw conclusions about how and why early humans might have migrated.

Through this lesson, students will see how it is possible to communicate the same information in different media, depending on the author’s purpose.
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45 minutes
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