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Tabular Representation: Understanding Shaw's Prehistory - Tadese Faforiji

Tabular Representation: Understanding Shaw's Prehistory
            
              
               Faforiji Tadese O. 



       'Pre-history’ is a topic (in The Groundwork of Nigerian History1) examined by the renowned archaeologist, Thurstan Shaw who had worked on many sites in Nigeria for the archaeological relation, periodization of Nigerian history. The chapter is arguably the most finicky in the examination of Nigeria’s pre-history. Admittedly, Shaw’s pattern of relating the topic, which also happens to be the first topic, is somewhat complex (or perhaps to the laymen). The chapter examines the history of Nigeria by studying the material culture, that is, the history of Nigeria before the early men took to writing (or oral traditions). Many teachers/lecturers used different sorts of patterns and methodologies to explain this topic, yet (to some) it seems like meeting oneself on exile when parts of the class are active and parts maintain graveyard silence. I think the method of approaching this topic through tabling will be of immense help to students and learners who wish to decipher the millions of facts couple with perhaps advanced prescriptions in Shaw’s examination. 

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