Essay about 3.2 world history

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Name: Alison Barrett School: Forest High School Teacher: Mr. Josvai Assessment 3.02 Imagine you have just completed a trip through the early kingdoms and city-states of East, Central, and South Africa. Your family and friends ask you about the trip. Your task is to give them an oral history of your experience. You may choose to write your account, record it, or make a video. Remember, your family and friends will share your story and pass it on to future generations, like oral historians in Africa. Make it fascinating! No one wants to hear a boring story. PARAGRAPH 1: Explain at least one important political, one social, and one economic feature you observed in each of the three places you visited. Write, or speak with a natural narrative…show more content…
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 by providing details from the lesson. At least five complete sentences. Axum On my second day, I have visited Axum, in Eastern Africa. A place that in the first century CE, became the wealthiest, most influential market city on the coast of Ethiopia, it finally became a kingdom in the third century CE. I also learned from the locals there that in fourth century CE, missionaries had introduced Christianity to the city of Axum and King Ezana became the first known Christian king in all of Africa, and finally in seventh century CE, Axum has come to a close end. Arabs eventually came and conquered Adulis and cut off Axum’s Red Sea trade route. Also, Axum became successful by trading gold, glass, ivory, metal and agricultural gods with African, Mediterranean and Asia trade networks, along with the Roman Empire, Egypt, Arabia and India. PARAGRAPH 3: Explain at least one important political, one social, and one economic feature you observed in each of the three places you visited. 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 by providing details from the
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