Students play the roles of different characters in imperial Africa, including both Europeans and Africans. Do Now, classwork, and homework are included. The actual lesson plan isn't here, but you should be able to infer it. If you use this lesson and can outline the lesson for us, please do. Objective: I will be able to enter the minds of the historical figures in Kenya, Nigeria, and England by performing a thoughtful role-play with my team. Essential Question: When is a battle for independence actually over? This resource is part of Unit 3: Battles for Independence I and the Social Studies 7 course.


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  • Social Studies > World History

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  • Grade 6
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