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WORLDS TOGETHER: WEST AFRICA

What to know: West Africa provides a ground level view of a lightly visited part of the world.
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Recommended age 5-15
25 minutes
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Takes you through cities such as Timbuktu, Dakar and shows you the Cape Verde Islands. Teaches culture and diversity. Kids like learning a bunch of different facts. It is a great learning film for schools. Although it was educational, they are not bored and enjoy the quick pace. "Kids seem happy even though they only have things like balls and hoops to play with." "I was surprised that kids were always smiling and happy even though they don't have things like video games." "It shows how they live, how they dress." They enjoy the narration and the way the scenes progress. Kids showed an interest in learning more about West Africa. "It's an optimistic view of how people really live in West Africa."
Educational and positive. It shows how people live in the different cities in West Africa and teaches many facts from what languages are spoken to what foods they eat, to how they work and play. In addition to telling facts, it shows them so a child can visually see and understand. A great teaching tool for young children! The scenes near the river are breath-taking and the production quality is very good. A valuable educational film, not overwhelming and easy to follow.
West Africa provides a ground level view of a lightly visited part of the world. Visit the cities of Timbuktu, Dakar and Bamako. See the Cape Verde Islands and the Niger River. Meet the wonderful people of West Africa as they go about their lives.
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