Warm-up:

- Warm-up Map Quiz

Planners
-  Finish North Africa Prezi
-  Work on Projects over break

Picture of the day

Daily Did you Know:  Have a great and safe break!

 
 
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Warm-up:
- Map warm-up: Quiz Friday

Planners
-  North Africa Prezi - also on website

Picture of the day
Rameses II Obelisk at Luxor Temple Photo, Thebes Egypt

Daily Did you Know:  There are fewer people with Internet access in the entire continent of Africa than in New York City alone 


 
 
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Warm-up:
- Map Warm-up 

Planners
- Team Factsheet Trivia on clickers
- North Africa HW Packet
              * Due Thursday!

Picture of the day
El Djem, Mahdia Governorate, Tunisia

 Daily Did you Know:   Ancient Greeks and Romans originally used the term “Africa” to apply only to the northern region of the continent. In Latin, the word Africa means “sunny,” and the word Aphrike in Greek means “without cold" 


 
 
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Warm-up:
-  Map Warm-up: North and Western Africa

Planners
- Projects Talk
- Factsheet highlights to prepare for factsheet trivia tomorrow
- North Africa homework packet
     o Due Thursday

Picture of the day
King Tut

Daily Did you Know:   While Egypt is most well known for its pyramids, the Republic of Sudan actually has 223 of its own pyramids, double the number of pyramids in Egypt. Smaller and steeper than their Egyptian counterparts, the pyramids of Sudan are not nearly as famous


 
 
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Warm-up:
- Map Warm-up – North and West Africa

Planners
- Missing work chat - handed out missing assignment slips.  Need to turn in ASAP 
- Finish CIA Factbook on iPads
- Factsheet Trivia Wed
- Turn in missing work


Picture of the day
Notre Dame d'Afrique is a Catholic basilica in Algiers Algeria

 Daily Did you Know:   More than 17 million people in sub-Saharan Africa have died of AIDS, and experts estimate that at least 25 million more people in Africa are HIV-positive 


 
 
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Warm-up: Map quiz

Planners:
-  Turn in vocab
-  CIA Factbook
      o Due Tuesday for Factsheet Triva

Picture of the day: Nefertiti was the Great Royal Wife (chief consort) of the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten. Nefertiti and her husband were known for a religious revolution, in which they worshiped one god only, Aten or the sun disc.

Daily Did you Know:   Population experts estimate that there are at least 3,000 distinct ethnic groups (tribes) in Africa. Nigeria alone has more than 370 recognized tribes within its population


 
 
Picture
Warm-up:
- Map Warm-up

Planners
- Video http://www.history.com/shows/mankind-the-story-of-all-of-us/videos/mankind-the-story-of-all-of-us-fire#mankind-the-story-of-all-of-us-building-the-pyramids

-  Vocab – On website
-  Vocab Worksheet – On website
-  Work on Africa Maps!!

Picture of the day
Abu Simbel

Daily Did you Know:  Africa is the poorest and most underdeveloped of all of the continents, despite its wealth of natural resources. The average poor person in sub-Saharan Africa is estimated to live on just $.70 a day. 


 

12/12/12

12/12/2012

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Picture
Warm-up:
- Map Warm-up

Planners
- Team Flag Vote
-  Africa Maps
       o Due Thursday!

Picture of the dayPyramids of Giza
http://www.history.com/topics/the-egyptian-pyramids/videos#the-great-pyramids-deconstructed 

Daily Did you Know: The Nile River, which drains into the Mediterranean Sea at the northeastern edge of Africa, is the longest river in the world with a total length of 4,132 miles (6,650 kilometers). It is formed from the juncture of two smaller rivers: the White Nile and the Blue Nile.


 

12/11/12

12/11/2012

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Picture
Warm-up:
- Map Warm-up

Planners
- Team Flag Vote
- Africa Maps
        o Due Wednesday

Picture of the dayThe Great Sphinx in front of the Pyramid of Khafre.

Daily Did you Know:  Arabic (in various dialects) is the most common language spoken in Africa with about 170 million speakers, primarily residing in North Africa. In the continent as a whole, there are over 2,000 recognized languages spoken.


 
 
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Warm-up:
- Map Warm-up

Planners
- Map Warm-up
- Team Flag
     o Due Tuesday
- Africa Maps
      o Due Wednesday

Picture of the dayAfrica Satellite Image

Daily Did you Know:  Africa is the second largest of the earth’s seven continents and makes up approximately 22% of the earth’s total land area


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