Facts about Djenn'e Djeno
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I Wonder what we gonna do in class today?
You don't remember what he told us last week? Mr.Wilson said we're gonna talk about Djenn'e- Djeno.
Good Morning class will be learning about Djenn'e Djeno and the people adapt to their environment and how they survive.
People first settled permanetly in 250 B.C until 1000 C.E. . Djenn'e was a hot climate place it was really hard to survive in a hot climate so they build houses that were made of mud which is also know as(Hut).
Many people didn't know Africa was a wealthy place like other countries. Economic wise they use goods to trade for money (Gold). What they ate during that time was rice and domesticated animals like Sheeps and goats they use these two animals to survive for clothes and foods.
They also made artifacts like bowls, statues , and jewelry. Jewelry was also a big impact. This is when the community started to get bigger because of trade. They even had their own language to commentate with each other.
Alright clear your desk now it's time for a pop quiz. Where did the students go ???
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