AN EASY AND SIMPLE PATHWAY TO HELP YOU LEARN MORE ABOUT ANCIENT AFRICA.
Your pathway in two parts. Download the PDF here.
THE NILE & THE ZAMBEZI.
The overarching theme of the learning pathway is exploring and understanding Ancient Africa. Our key resources explore this through topic-based learning.
> You will use these paths to explore the rich history, major contributions, and events that make up the story of Ancient Africa.
> The learning pathway is designed to deepen your understanding of Ancient Africa through discussions, research, and hands-on activities.
Completing each path will help you go from where you are to where you want to be.
As we add more content, your path may take a variety of shapes. You may cycle from one to another, for instance, where similar events occurred simultaneously within a certain time period.
The key thing is to do what works for you.
We recommend starting with the basics. Watch the video here. African is a C
As an explorer, you are excited to learn more about Ancient Africa. In this stage, you receive activities to help you get started on the basics.
> You are unsure about getting started on learning about Ancient Africa but know it's important to you, and you want to know more.
> You wonder about ancient African stories and are overwhelmed by all the information online.
> Looking to know more about Ancient Africa’s Myth, Legends, Folklore, Folktales, and cultural awareness?
> Log in and watch the video on Geography.
> Download activity sheets.
> Complete and share.
> Geography- You know, map information about Ancient Africa's people and places.
> You can identify some historical events, past civilisations, and classical empires and know the difference between Empires and Kingdoms in Ancient Africa.
> You know some prominent figures of Ancient Africa.
> You can analyse the societal structure of Ancient Africa.
> You know some oral literature, African art, and mythology.
> You understand individuals and groups' roles and contributions to key social, political, cultural, and religious practices in Ancient Africa.
> You introduced yourself in the community group and started to participate in conversations.
As you flow like the Zambezi, you explore Ancient African stories and build connections. What it really means, how we treat it, and value it. In this stage, we will provide you with activities to pull various elements of ancient Africa together.
> To start, you will fill out a questionnaire to use as a starting point.
> Watch Videos each week.
> Download and complete the activities from the resources tab on each video.
> Stories around you- You understand stories through a geographical context and can identify and map stories around you.
> You can retell the Ancient African stories from a more accurate representation.
> You can analyse characters and events, showing specific examples that tell a more accurate and inclusive Ancient Africa story.
> You can choose events in Ancient African History to explore further what happened, what the outcome was, where it happened, and who the characters were involved in these events.
> You can comprehend various historical sources, conduct short research, and integrate visual information to answer different Ancient African stories.
> You understand more aspects of Ancient African culture.
> You understand that history is a story often told in particular ways, and those ways may leave out significant participants and events.
> You have introduced yourself in the community group and are actively engaging in discussions on Ancient Africa.