Lesson Plan 1: Nine Men’s Morris Historical/Cultural Perspective

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Lesson Forty-Five:
Kameshi Ne Mpuku
History: attributed to the Luba tribe in Congo, but many African tribes play variations of it.

Objective: as the rat, not get caught

Materials: the more people, the better

Procedure: four rows of people holding hands and standing parallel to each other; a “rat” and a “cat” are chosen; the cat is to chase the rat and tag it while the rat tries to dodge up and down the rows avoiding it; the “caller” will call out “mpuke ekali” which means let the rat stop and the people holding hands will switch directions holding hands to be horizontal from vertical or vice versa

Assessment: observation, anecdotal records, see/utilize rubric

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