Major Cities of Africa Teacher Resources

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Students examine the gold-mining industry in Africa. In this geography skills lesson, students watch "Africa: Economics and Change," investigate the challenges of working in mines, research attributes and production of gold and discuss their findings with their classmates.  
Students work in pairs to research assigned African countries. They compile their research to label a continent map of Africa, present their research to the class and design a game of trivia using their findings.
Students examine the shortage of food in Africa. In this geography skills lesson, students consider how conflict and extreme situations may result in food shortages for some nations. Students analyze the provided photographs and videos and conduct their own research about African food shortages. Students consider how to combat the problem.
Students use maps, statistics, and written texts to recognize the H.I.V. explosion in Africa.
Learners consider the impact of MTV and the introduction of an MTV channel in Africa. They develop original programs for MTV Base that appeal to both local and global audiences.
Students work in teams as editors to design the front page of a newspaper covering a country in east Africa. They individually research and write articles that define modern life for the country's citizens.
In this online interactive geography quiz worksheet, students examine the chart that includes the population of 20 Candian cities. Students identify the names of the largest cities in Canada in 4 minutes.
In this online interactive geography quiz instructional activity, students examine the chart that includes the populations of 16 world cities named for saints. Students identify the names of the cities in 4 minutes.
In this online interactive geography worksheet, students examine a map of Michigan and identify the 14 noted cities on the map using a pull down menu within 3 minutes.
In this online interactive geography worksheet, students examine a map of the United Kingdom and identify the 25 noted cities on the map using a pull down menu within 3 minutes.
In this online interactive geography quiz worksheet, students examine the chart that includes 20 world cities. Students identify the names of the countries where the cities are located in 4 minutes.
In this online interactive geography quiz worksheet, students examine the chart that includes the population of 20 Indian cities. Students identify the names of the largest cities in India in 4 minutes.
In this online interactive geography quiz worksheet, students examine the chart that includes details about 20 major cities in the world. Students identify the names of the cities in 4 minutes.
In this online interactive geography worksheet, students examine a map of Florida and identify the 12 noted cities on the map using a pull down menu within 3 minutes.
In this online interactive geography worksheet, students examine a map of the Great Lakes region and identify the 20 noted cities on the map using a pull down menu within 4 minutes.
In this online interactive geography learning exercise, students examine a map of the state of Washington and identify the 13 noted cities on the map using a pull down menu within 3 minutes.
Students draw a picture of an African city that is similar to  a U.S. city and discover how other parts of the world have the same types of buildings. In this global similarities lesson, students create a map of an  African city and label buildings and points of interest. Students then compare the African city to one in the US.
Students draw a picture of an African city that includes places similar to those found in U.S. cities. After listening to Somewhere In Africa, students identify places or buildings from the book and apply them to the creation of their poster.
Students research important issues in Africa and how the concerns are being addressed both nationally and internationally. They prepare briefing presentations for the American President to influence concerns of foreign policy.
High schoolers explore apartheid. In this South Africa instructional activity, students discover details regarding apartheid and determine how the black majority suffered under apartheid. High schoolers discuss why the white minority leadership of South Africa gave up political control of the country to the black majority.