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Kristy Davies

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Papua New Guinea Currency- Kula Ring

The Kula Ring is an exchange cycle in the Trobriand Islands of the Milne Bay Province documented by Bronislaw Malinowski in 1922. Twice each year, Trobriand islanders launch their canoes and visit other islands, carrying gifts and local specialities for barter. 1. Read the information on each slide carefully. 2. Complete the activities throughout by using the drawing drawing, label label or highlighter highlighter tools. 3. You will need access to the internet to add photos photo. You can do this by saving the photo to your camera roll cameraroll and going to photo to upload upload. 4. When you get to the end of the slides, go back and check that you have completed all of the tasks. 5. When you have completed the activities, click check check to submit.

5th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, Social Studies
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Based on information from a range of internet sources such as Wikipedia, New World Encyclopedia and Encyclopedia.com. Australian students can link the Magic of Kula story to Aboriginal Dreamtime stories.