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In this one-time class students will learn about the life one of the greatest women rulers in Africa, Queen Nzinga of Angola. She is a symbol of strength, courage, wisdom and a celebrated political figure in the history of Angola. The class will be taught using a combination of storytelling and a slideshow presentation. In the end, students will not only learn about Queen Nzinga's life and legacy but will also gain some knowledge about the country of Angola. If time allows, we will play a...
Students will learn about the life of Queen Nzinga.
I have my BA and MPhil in Sociology and have taken courses in African History, Political economies of African States, and Social Development of African economies, amongst others. I fully understand the importance of researching the subject from reputable sources before creating and teaching this lesson.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class will mention difficult events that happened in Queen Nzinga's family. For example, the murder of her son and her nephew will be mentioned. I will also touch on slavery. Please assess your learner's ability to take in this information before enrollment. Parental guidance is recommended for sensitive learners.
Jordan. (n.d.). Njinga of Angola: Africa’s Warrior Queen. African Studies Quarterly., 17(4), 126–128. https://doi.org/info:doi/ Buri, M. (2018). Njinga of angola: Africa's warrior queen. The International Journal of African Historical Studies, 51(1), 174. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.uproxy.library.dc-uoit.ca/scholarly-journals/njinga-angola-africas-warrior-queen/docview/2080278456/se-2?accountid=14694
Dalen A.Inspiring curiosity
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Hello! My name is Dalen, and I am excited about the opportunity to be part of your child’s learning journey! I hold an MPhil in Sociology and a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Social Work. I love to engage with kids through stories because I...