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African Unit Survey
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Rank the units we have so far (1 is your favorite, 3 is your least favorite)
Grade each of the games we played during our Africa unit.A-F
buzzer game (background notes)
Wheel of Fortune (European Influence)
Grade each of the following characteristics of Mr. Campbell during this unit A-F.
explained things well enough for you to understand
knew the information
made the info interesting
made the info fun to learn
made you think
Rank the ways you like to take notes, 1 to 5. 1 is your favorite way, 5 is your least favorite.
taking notes during a lecture/discussion
watching a video and taking notes
reading an article and / or worksheet and taking notes during a discussion of the article
playing a game and taking notes
working in a group and taking notes together
Do you think this unit was:
a little too short
a little too long
Which of these was the single most interesting thing you learned from the African unit:
how Africans would like their continent to look
how they blame Europe
how Mt. Kilimanjaro was a present
how they stay so poor
the economic info (inflation, G.D.P., H.D.I.), etc.
how Africa is so rich with GREAT resources
bad / good leaders
Did you discuss any of the information you learned at home with your parents?
How many homework assignments do you think we had during the unit?
more than 5
Are you afraid to ask questions in class?
Considering that we did not have to memorize anything, how well do you know the countries of Africa now?
Give an overall grade to our Africa unit.
Is there anything that we did NOT do or cover in the African unit that you wish we did?
Is there anything you want to do in our next unit that we did not do in this one?
Do you have any other questions or things you want me to know??
MR. ROGER E. CAMPBELL, JR.
Ancient World History-Greece to The Age of Exploration!
Conestoga Valley Middle School