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Chapter 14 Europe and the World: New Encounters 1500-1800 Learning Objectives 1.

. Be able to explain the motives that fueled Europes early modern overseas exploration and expansion and the new technologies that made it possible. 2. Describe the way the Portuguese were able to establish an overseas empire and the way it functioned. 3. Describe the creation and characteristics of the Spanish Empire in the Americas. 4. Discuss the economic philosophies that dominated Europe and the way they affected the world economy Europeans established. 5. Explain the religious, social, and economic effects of European conquests around the globe on both the conquerors and those they conquered. 14.1 Due Stamp: Bring Chapter 14 Packet Reading: Spielvogel 379-382 IDs: 1. Marco Polo 2. God, glory, and gold 3. Ptolemys Geography CTQ: Discuss the factors that encouraged and enabled Europeans to enter their period of expansion around the globe in the sixteenth century. In Class Intervention Discussion: Why does Europe embark on the Age of Exploration? 14.2 Due Reading: IDs: Stamp: Spielvogel 382-390 4. Prince Henry the Navigator 5. Bartholomeu Dias 6. Vasco da Gama 7. Alfonso de Albuquerque 8. Christopher Columbus 9. John Cabot 10. Vasco Nunez de Balboa 11. Ferdinand Magellan 12. Treaty of Tordesillas 13. Hernan Corts 14. Moctezuma 15. Francisco Pizarro 16. encomienda Las Casas and the Spanish Treatment of the American Natives, page 390 Describe the empire which the Spanish established in the Americas: its government, its social and religious systems, its economy, its strengths and weaknesses.

In Class Reading: Activity:

14.3 Due Reading: IDs:

Stamp: Spielvogel 390-394 17. Triangular trade 18. Middle Passage 19. Boers and Capetown 20. slave trade and the Middle Passage 21. the triangular trade

In Class Quiz Activity: 14.4 Due Reading: Outline:

Continue 14.2 Stamp: Spielvogel 394-401 III. New Rivals On the World Stage (continued) B. The West in Southeast Asia C. The French and British in India 1. The Mughal Empire 2. The Impact of the Western Powers D. China 1. The Ming and Qing Dynasties 2. Western Inroads E. Japan 1. Opening to the West F. The Americas 1. West Indies 2. British North America 3. French North America 22. Dutch East India Company 23. Mughal Empire 24. British East India Company 25. Robert Clive 26. Black Hole of Calcutta 27. Britains Navigation Acts 28. Samuel de Champlain 29. the asiento Europeans around the world

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In Class Activity:

14.5 Due Stamp: Bring writing packet and Chapter 13 FRQ Core Structure worksheet to class In Class Activity: Writing Workshop, Part III

14.6 Due Writing: Reading: IDs:

Stamp: Finish in class work Spielvogel 401-406 30. inflation 31. joint-stock trading companies 32. mercantilism 33. the Columbian Exchange 34. Gerardus Mercator Mercantilism and conflict

In Class Discussion:

14.7 Due Notebooks In Class Mystical Choice Test Chapter 14 Outline I. On the Brink of a New World A. The Motives 1. Fantastic Lands 2. Economic Motives 3. Religious Zeal B. The Means 1. Maps 2. Ships and Sailing II. New Horizons: The Portuguese and Spanish Empires A. The Development of a Portuguese Maritime Empire 1. The Portuguese in India 2. In Search of Spices B. Voyages to the New World 1. The Voyages of Columbus 2. New Voyages C. The Spanish Empire in the New World 1. Early Civilizations in Mesoamerica 2. Spanish Conquest of the Aztec Empire 3. The Inca 4. Spanish Conquest of the Inca Empire 5. Administration of the Spanish Empire III. New Rivals On the World Stage A. Africa: The Slave Trade 1. Origins of the Slave Trade 2. Growth in the Slave Trade 3. Effects the Slave Trade B. The West in Southeast Asia

C. The French and British in India 1. The Mughal Empire 2. The Impact of the Western Powers D. China 1. The Ming and Qing Dynasties 2. Western Inroads E. Japan 1. Opening to the West F. The Americas 1. West Indies 2. British North America 3. French North America IV. Toward a World Economy A. Economic Conditions in the Sixteenth Century B. The Growth of Commercial Capitalism C. Mercantilism D. Overseas Trade and Colonies: Movement Toward Globalization V. The Impact of European Expansion A. The Conquered 1. Catholic Missionaries B. The Conquerors

Who? Dias

When?

Where did he go?

What is he known for?

Da Gama

Albuquerque

Columbus

Cabot

Vespucci

Balboa

Magellan

Cortes

Pizarro