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Civilizations do not just happen. They grow, like families and friendships, from among the people who live in them. The kingdoms of East, Central, and South Africa comprised a variety of African peoples as well as Arabs, Persians, and Indians who came to trade. Each society had its own hierarchy, or social structure. Choose one of the kingdoms or city-states from the lesson shown on the map. Use what you have learned to create an oral history account from the perspective of a young person living in that society. You may choose to write an oral history, record it, or make a video. Consider what you’ve learned about oral histories in Africa. Remember, this will be a story that families of oral historians pass from one generation to the next. It should be interesting; nobody wants to hear a boring history. It should also accurately reflect the culture of that kingdom or city-state. Be sure to do the following as you complete this assessment activity: identify the civilization and your role in it as well as the time period explain the origins of your kingdom or city-state and consider the impact of migrations on your society’s origins explain what social, political, religious, and economic activities your narrator would observe; you may want to make note of the influence of other peoples consider the impact of geography on your narrator’s life and his or her society write or speak with a natural narrative voice, as if telling a story to a friend use complete sentences to express your ideas, and make sure that your explanations are thorough; this means that you should provide details from the lesson provide at least two paragraphs, with at least five sentences each
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