Bantu Migration - North Syracuse Central School District

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Bantu Migration
Global History 9
Mrs. Rolince
North Syracuse Junior High School
[email protected]
Have you and your family
ever had to…
Move ?
When?
Where from?
Where to?
What factors led to you and
your family relocating?
?
Job
Opportunity
Family
?
New
Home
School
?
?
What are PUSH and
PULL factors?
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PUSH factors
Force you to leave
an area
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PULL Factors
Draw you
into an area
Were you PUSHED or
PULLED?
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PUSH Factors
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More Resource
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Attack/Invasion
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Job Opportunities
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No Resources
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Job Loss
Home Destroyed
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PULL Factors
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Persecution
School Closing
Bad Neighbors/Neighborhood
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Land
Freedom
Education Opportunities
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Sports Opportunities
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Closer to Family
Who were the Bantu
People?
Why do you think
the Bantu people
migrated?
Were the Bantu
People…
First, we need to see where
they went…
Migration Paths
1. Using the map on page 1 of your Migration Journal,
draw the different paths of Migration that the Bantu
people followed.
2. Make sure to also label the areas they settled in.
Why Migrate?
NEED TO MOVE
"When people move they move for a reason. They move
because the population has expanded. They move because the
resources which support the population in the settlements
have become more or less inadequate. They move because
there are changes to the climate and they move for the sake of
finding better areas in which to live.”
~Professor Leonard Ngcongco, University of Botswana
*On Page 2 of your Migration Journal record the three reasons
why the quote says the Bantu people moved
Why Migrate?
Click on the picture and explore the website
* On Page 3 of your Migration Journal record the FOUR reasons why the
Bantu people migrated
Why Migrate?
"Chief among the reasons for migration is environmental
stress and population increase in West Africa, forcing
people to move. It is important to realize that these people
are not moving across the landscape like bugs bunny or the
energizer bunny, but essentially they are moving slowly,
gradually inhabiting areas that were good for farming and
livestock raising."
~ Dr. Chapirukha Kusimba, Field Museum, Chicago.
• On Page 4 of your Migration Journal list the two reasons
why the quote says the Bantu people moved
Why Migrate?
Obed Zilwa, BUSHMEN WALKING IN KALAHARI (1999). Courtesy of
AP/Wide World Photos
• On Pages 5 of your Migration Journal write down the ten
reasons that are given for the Bantu migration
• On Page 6 of your Migration Journal write down the eight
positive and three negative effects of the Bantu People’s
migration
• Draw at least one visual or picture on page 5 and 6
PUSH or PULL
Factors
* Go back through your journal
* Label each migration reason :
• write PUSH if it is reason that
forced the Bantu people to
migrate away from their
homeland
• write PULL if it is a reason that
attracted the Bantu people to
migrate away from their homeland
What else could the Bantu
People have done?
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On Page 7 of your Migration Journal brainstorm a list of
at least 5 things the Bantu people could have done to stay
in their homeland
Place a STAR next to your the top three solutions
Picking the Best Solution
Using the charts on Page 8 of your Migration Journal,
categorize your solutions based on their:
• Feasibility (Possible)
• Effectiveness (Get you your result – staying in
the homeland)
Explanation
On Page 9 of your Migration Journal explain
your solution and why it is the most feasible and
effective choice for Bantu People
Resources
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http://exploringafrica.matrix.msu.edu/students/curriculum/m6/activity5.php
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http://www.ugandaschoolresources.org/elate/history/bantumigration/causesandeffects.html
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https://sites.google.com/site/earlyglobalstudies/
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http://enloehs.wcpss.net/socialstudies/johnson/africa/kenya/economic.html
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http://www.ugandatravelguide.com/bantu-people.html
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