Students examine the process of scarification. They use their prior knowledge to discuss how to change the appearance of the human body. They write a summary about what they have learned.
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Traditional African Society
Engaging your class in African culture and traditions, this presentation provides photographs, historical contexts, and societal structures from different African tribes. It poses discussion topics about the benefits and disadvantages of...
9th - Higher Ed Social Studies & History
Spirit Mask Ashira/Bapunu, Ogowe River, Gabon
Explore the concept of beauty as it has been seen through the eyes of various African tribal groups. Learners create masks of beauty as they see it, taking the African concept of inner beauty into consideration. This lesson is great for...
4th - 6th Visual & Performing Arts
Upholding Community Values Leadership, Government and Kings
Pupils analyze political systems of African cultures. In this political systems instructional activity, students compare and contrast the political systems of African cultures by studying objects of art for the values of the governments....
9th - 11th Visual & Performing Arts