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ERIC Number: ED037586
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 73
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Traditional African Religion: A Resource Unit.
Garland, William E.
This resource unit is based on research conducted by Lynn Mitchell and Ernest Valenzuela, experienced classroom teachers of African history and culture. The unit consists of an introduction by Mr. Garland and two major parts. Part I is an annotated bibliography of selected sources on various aspects of traditional African Religion useful in classroom study. Part II consists of a model teaching unit of two weeks duration, built on an inquiry teaching strategy and utilizes a variety of audio and visual as well as written materials designed for use by high school students. The teaching plan and instructional materials which comprise this unit have not been tested in any classroom setting but are presented as a model of one possible way to introduce a study of traditional African religion. Related documents are ED 023 692, ED 023 693, ED 030 010, ED 032 324-ED 032 327, and ED 033 249. (Author/LS)
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Authoring Institution: Carnegie-Mellon Univ., Pittsburgh, PA. Project Africa.