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Music is part of the SANKOFA Black Heritage Collection. SANKOFA is a contemporary literacy resource for all students in Grades 4 to 8 consisting of 15 books. Each book includes a variety of genres, including primary documents reader’s theatre, biographies, essays, fiction, and poetry. Each book features both historical and contemporary content, identifying past and present Music is part of the SANKOFA Black Heritage Collection. SANKOFA is a contemporary literacy resource for all students in Grades 4 to 8 consisting of 15 books. Each book includes a variety of genres, including primary documents reader’s theatre, biographies, essays, fiction, and poetry. Each book features both historical and contemporary content, identifying past and present views of the African Canadian experience. In Music, you can read The Lost Drums of Africa which is about the Trans-Atlantic migration of drums and musical instruments throughout the African diaspora, Canadian Hip-Hop Wall of Fame, All About Reggae timeline, Black contributions to jazz, rock, classical, R&B, and urban music, as well as the importance of how musicians have used their skills to help their communities. The accompanying teacher resource will be available soon. To view preview pages of Music, visit: http://www.sankofacollection.com/MU/M...


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Music is part of the SANKOFA Black Heritage Collection. SANKOFA is a contemporary literacy resource for all students in Grades 4 to 8 consisting of 15 books. Each book includes a variety of genres, including primary documents reader’s theatre, biographies, essays, fiction, and poetry. Each book features both historical and contemporary content, identifying past and present Music is part of the SANKOFA Black Heritage Collection. SANKOFA is a contemporary literacy resource for all students in Grades 4 to 8 consisting of 15 books. Each book includes a variety of genres, including primary documents reader’s theatre, biographies, essays, fiction, and poetry. Each book features both historical and contemporary content, identifying past and present views of the African Canadian experience. In Music, you can read The Lost Drums of Africa which is about the Trans-Atlantic migration of drums and musical instruments throughout the African diaspora, Canadian Hip-Hop Wall of Fame, All About Reggae timeline, Black contributions to jazz, rock, classical, R&B, and urban music, as well as the importance of how musicians have used their skills to help their communities. The accompanying teacher resource will be available soon. To view preview pages of Music, visit: http://www.sankofacollection.com/MU/M...

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