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Kampala or Bristol? Urban and rural

Kampala or Bristol? Urban and rural

African Recipes

This PowerPoint file shows images from Google Earth of a city, town and village in Uganda. It starts with images of Bristol to allow comparisons, and is annotated to help your pupils think more about what they think an African country such as Uganda is like. This activity will help to bring balance to other work on Uganda which may focus more on rural Uganda. You can easily extend this activity by touring Uganda using Google Earth/Google Maps.