I have taught Law for over 10 years and I have been teaching for just over 13 years. Prior to teaching, I did private tutoring for Law, English and Art, alongside volunteering for the British Red Cross. I've chaired a number of different political conferences and have also exhibited my artwork in the South West and London.

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During Black History Month, teachers and students can have the opportunity to explore different cultures, fashion, history and life styles.

This resource belongs to a the series called Black History Month and Ghana.

With just one symbol, the Fihankra symbol teachers can ask the following questions either as a class activity or in small groups.

  1. what does this symbol look like?
  2. has anyone see this symbol before?
  3. where in the world do you think this symbol comes from?
  4. what questions would you make up to find out more about this symbol and why?

the teacher or supervisor can play some Ghanaian high-life music from the internet to provoke their thinking.
This resource can be used during tutor time, as a stater for a Black History lesson or event, in an art or Citizenship lesson.

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