The Baule or Baoulé /ˈbaʊˌleɪ/ (Baule: Baule []; French: baoulé [bawle]) are an Akan people and one of the largest groups in Côte d’Ivoire who. The princess Abla Pokou must flee with her son and all her clan, for the enemies are approaching. Once they arrive in front of the river, it’s impossible to pass. Details. Title. La Légende baoulé. Description. vocab from the story. Total Cards. Subject. Language – French. Level. 11th Grade. Created. 05/30/

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Those families that can afford to give their children a private education assure themselves that their children will receive a formal education.

Most Ivorian children use a slate to practice their writing and other homework. African Heritage A blog about African history, and heritage, through audio and video files.

La Légende Baoulé – Compagnie Deux Fois Rien

She will die around Thanks for reblogging the story curi56 Like Like. Notify me of new comments via email.

Notify me of new posts via email. While they were fleeing for their lives they came to the Komoe river which they were unable to cross.

La Légende Baoulé

Ivorian children begin aiding their parents with the everyday chores of life at very young ages. July Learn how and when to remove this template message.

Handwriting at Ivoirian schools is always cursive, never printing. Education in Cote d’Ivoire is extremely competitive. Within the local marketplace, one can find a wide array of goods, including tailored clothing, boiled eggs, popcorn and lingerie. The staple food of the Ivorian diet is the yam. For ethnic groups such as the Ashanti, Abron, N’zima, Koffi may be a name for a boy child born on Friday. Email required Address never made public. Famoro bamba on September 12, at Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.


For example, a male born on a Monday would be named Kouassi. Ivorians typically receive their meat from goats, sheep and chickens, which happen to be shared by the entire community. Thanks for your comment Tish!

She was a strong and loving queen who made a profound sacrifice for the well-being of her people, and thus was granted their deep love. The game ends when all the nuts have been eliminated, and the team with the most nuts at the end of the game wins.

As soon as they are old enough, they either carry water from the village pumps or heavy loads of food and firewood to the village market. Led by her, they walk for several days and nights, fleeing from those threatening to kill them.

Baoulé people – Wikipedia

An odd number of nuts are placed in a circular pattern in the centre of two opposing teams. The snout of the costume has teeth, which they believe a strong animal would defend them. Articles lacking in-text citations from October All articles lacking in-text citations Articles that may contain original research from October All articles that may contain original research Articles needing additional references from July All articles needing additional references Articles with legendw maintenance issues Articles containing French-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from February Articles with unsourced statements from September Commons category link is on Wikidata Wikipedia articles with BNF identifiers Wikipedia articles with LCCN identifiers Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers.

Yams, in addition to corn, are stored until they are needed. Students will read the leggende and, while they read, they will make stick-figure drawings to illustrate the story.


Once a nut has been hit, it is eliminated, and the team that hit the respective nut gains a point. Please improve it by verifying the claims made and adding inline citations.

October Learn how and when to remove this template letende. The bonu amuen is a dance to protect the village baohle threats and it appears at the commemorations of death of notables. Handouts and Materials The following files can be downloaded to your computer: Kedi on July 11, at 1: Foods other than yams are obtained from the local market. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Kedi on June 27, at 3: In the public schooling system, to progress beyond certain grade levels you must pass an exam regulated to allow a limited number of passing scores.

Queens and Kings rarely speak in public, but via a spokesman. Thanks for reblogging Mr. The most important food of the market is fish, which is wrapped in palm leaves, an economically efficient alternative to wrapping paper.

Dakon will also die in this kegende war.

Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. There is, therefore, a sound common to the day and the names.

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Tish Farrell on Legend 22, at 5: This article needs additional citations for verification. The Queen realized that she had to sacrifice her son to the river and threw him in. Everyone has a say, even slaves, and everyone was friendly and social.