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Labor Specialization

Jobs and what people had to do

Define Labor Specialization. The focus on specific types of work.
What are 3 jobs for women? Prepared food, made pottery, and worked in fields.
What are 3 jobs for men? Build Houses and fences, clear land for farming, and looking after animals.
What are 3 jobs of the children? Gather firewood, help fathers in the field, and help mothers around the house.
Why was labor specialization so important. Then, people could make things, like metal works and pottery, and trade them along with crops. The trade expanded the villages into cities.
West African kingdoms grew through what? Trade.
Created by: Smoovebananaz