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David Livingstone 2

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  • 1. David Livingstone This mini show has been created By: Lena, Kevin, Siddiqua and Tsz Chun 5D
  • 2. Contents
    • Time line 3-4
    • Biography 5
    • PYP Learner 6
    • Map of his travels 7
    • Photos 8
    • Credits 9
    • 2
  • 3. Time line
    • 1813 1842 1845 1849
    • Born in Arrives in Marries Crosses
    • Scotland Africa Mary the Kalahari
    • (19 th M arch) (Botswana) Maffot Desert
    • 1 st exped.
    • 1851 1856 1856 - 1864
    • Comes to Finishes 2 nd expedition
    • the Zambezi 1 st exped.
    • River
    • 3
  • 4. Time Line
    • 1866 1873
    • Starts 3 rd Goes to Luanda
    • Expedition. And finished 3rd exp. Dies with a
    • bleeding arm.
    • 4
  • 5. Biography of David Livingstone
    • David Livingstone was born on 19 th March, 1813. David Livingstone was sent on a mission to Africa to study their religions. But he got fired from the job when he suggested getting rid of slaves. So he went searching for land people hadn’t explor ed when he was 28 years old. He married Mary Moffat Lake Victoria . He died in 1873 and was sent to England and buried in Westminster. He was also famous for adding 1,000,000 square miles onto the map of Africa. Today, people can go a lot further into Africa and not get lost as much as people did before David Livingstone went to Africa.
    • 5
  • 6. PYP learner profiles
    • Inquirer
    • He showed his interest by exploring most of Africa such as Coromo Island, Kururuman, Sesheke, Victoria Falls, L ake Victoria
    • Risk taker
    • He was obviously a risk taker to explore dangerous spots of Africa.
    • Principled
    • He was principled to think to stop the slave trade.
    • 6
  • 7. Map of David Livingstone
    • 7
  • 8. Photo This is a the photo of David Livingstone’s ship. Do you like it? It was made out of cardboard, paper and wooden chopsticks. Everybody in the David Livingstone group was impressed with the ship.
  • 9. Credits
    • Front cover: Lena Takechi Lam
    • Contents: Siddiqua Fatima
    • Time line: Siddqua Fatima
    • Biography: Kevin Lee
    • PYP Learner: Tsz Chun Wong
    • Map: Tsz Chun and Kevin
    • Photo: Everyone
    • Credits: Lena Takechi Lam