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north africa lesson
Unit study on Africa
The focus of the week is North Africa.
Dramatize the mummy production process, carve clay, and eat Tuareg-
Style food, Moroccan Khobz, Moroccan Berber Fantasia and more!
My course is fourth.
Children in grade 5 and their brothers and sisters.
These are the classes I created to work with weekly family Schoolsop.
We meet 1/2 hours a week with 33 children under the age of 113.
Use these Fun lessons in your class, family, after-school program, camp or home school collaborationop!
Start the production of khobz1, Morocco.
Opening: prayer and introduction. 2.
First, make Khobz, Morocco.
We will be divided into 6 groups with 5 children in each group.
Each instructor will lead their team to produce the following recipes. Children (Not instructor)
All steps will be completed.
The instructor will be there to tell the children what to do and make sure that everyone in the group can dump the ingredients and stir in turn.
Material: * 5 people per group, you need one set6 children.
* 1 small mixing bowl or 2 cups measuring cup, 1 large mixing bowl, 1 mixing spoon (
, 1 rubber scraper, 1 cup measuring cup, measuring spoon, a rectangular baking tray, a kitchen towel, a pad for rolling dough or wax paper or parchment, bread ingredients: 2 teaspoons of sugar, 1 tablespoon of yeast, 4 cups of flour, 2 teaspoons of salt, 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil, additional flour for kneading, non
If you have 18 or more children, divide them into 3 groups, each rotating between 3 stations: the geographical features and the Bible of Egypt in North America, and the mummy-making process.
If you have a small group of children, you can simply complete the activity in order.
* Station 1: geographical features of North Africa1.
Discuss the geographical location of North Africa and the role of Egypt in the Bible: a.
Ask the children what they know about Africa.
Let each child say at least one thing. b.
Let the children take out the Atlas or map of Africa.
Discuss what children notice.
Point out the Sahara and ask the children how much they know about the desert.
Give each child a chance to respond.
Let the children find Egypt on the map. c.
Ask them in the Bible who can think of who went to Egypt. (
Abraham, Hagar, Joseph, Moses, Jesus and many others)d.
Read through the pictures in the golden book The Children\'s Bible and quickly summarize how God used Joseph to bring the Israelites to Egypt, where they lived in 400 and were enslaved, god sent Moses to save the Israelites from Egypt. e.
Read the princess and baby about Moses, Egypt. f.
After Jesus came back to heaven, Mark (
People who write the Gospel of Mark)
Bring the gospel to Egypt
Egypt is a Christian country, but invaded and surpassed by Arab Muslims in 639, and has since been a Muslim-majority country. g.
If you have extra time, look through a book about ancient Egypt and discuss the pictures.
I used Laurie Krebs\'s \"We are sailing along the Nile. \"
Material: Atlas or map of the world (
Brought by family)
Books about Egypt: The Golden Book the children\'s Bible, the arch book The Princess and the baby (
Or other picture book versions of the story)
Laurie Kleber Station 2: Clay kadax 3: We are sailing along the Nile2.
Let the children do mud car:
Preparation: put 10 wax sheets on the table in advance. Place a golf-
Spoon size of your own ball
Harden the clay on each sheet of wax paper.
You don\'t need to roll the clay into a neat ball.
Before each new group arrives, repeat the process again during the rotation process. )a.
Discuss Clay cars quickly. (