EASTERN CITY STATES AND SOUTHERN EMPIRES OF AFRICA
ENGAGING HISTORY POWER POINTS
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These history presentations are designed to give students an overview of how Eastern City States and Southern Empires of Africa developed. Students will be shown maps, animations and descriptions detailing these events.
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Topics include: East African Trade, Islamic Influence, Aksum, Bantu, Kilwa, Natural Resources, religion, Slave Trade, Great Zimbabwe, Mutapa Empire, Imperialism.
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MCDOUGAL LITTEL'S WORLD HISTORY: PATTERNS OF INTERACTION
Unit 3 An Age of Exchange and Encounter
Chapter 15 Societies and Empires of Africa
Section 3 "Eastern City States and Southern Empires"
Module 12 Societies and Empires in Africa
Lesson 5 Eastern City States and Southern Empires
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