meet Thube.

 

It has been a wonderful experience designing lesson plans for Caminante. The whole process has made me wish I was going to the Dominican Republic.  However, I hope the children in Camaninte would enjoy my lesson plan about animals in Africa as much as I did when I was designing this lesson. This class has also been an eyeopener about how children experience childhoods around the world. Even though it was a bit of a challenge designing the lesson plans, it taught me how to make a lesson plan with limited resources to teach it.

 

 

 

May 8, 2012: update from Thube

Dear Caminante,

It was such a pleasure doing this lesson plan and hope you will enjoy it as much as I did. My lesson plan is entitled “Taking a Safari through Africa”. The unique population of diverse animals and many other things is what distinguishes Africa from the rest of the continents on the globe. Learning about the animals in this part of the world seemed to be an interesting lesson plan so I decided to go on that route. Therefore, my lesson plan will teach the children of the animals of Africa: where they live and what they eat. Hopefully, it will be very interesting for you too.

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