Part 1 : Video #1: Saturday discussion ( is due in 24 hours ) Tell us something new that you learned about cattle, about crops and about iron from watching video #1. Ask a question that this video did not answer for you about each of these three things. What is something about each of these three things you still would like to know more about?Part 2 : Vidoes 2 and 3: African innovations and New Perspectives of the World ( is due in 3 days ) For video 2: examine the early trade routes that helped create the swahili culture. identify 3 trade sytems that had a direct influence on the creation of swahili culture. how is swahili culture unique in the world?For video 3: Does this information on the history of Ethiopia make you look at religion in general and Christianity differently? ExplainFirst video ( (469) Cattle, Crops and Iron – History Of Africa with Zeinab Badawi [Episode 2] – YouTube )second video ( (469) The Swahili Culture – 0 to 1500 CE – African History Documentary – YouTube )Tired video ( (469) Lost Kingdoms of Africa: Ethiopia – YouTube )thanks in advance




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