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Row 1, Col 1 Horses What did the Spaniards bring to the New World?
1,2 Ponce de Leon Who was shot with a poisoned arrow while searching for the Fountain of Youth?
1,3 An all water route to Asia What is the Northwest Passage?
1,4 Nautical Maps What allowed sailors to sail out of site of land?
2,1 Smallpox and malaria What are two diseases the Europeans introduced to the New World?
2,2 Killed in a battle in the Philippines; nearly being the first to circumnavigate the globe Who was Ferdinand Magellan?
2,3 Gold and silver What riches were the early explorers looking for?
2,4 Locating stars in its sights and measuring the elevation of the stars allowed sailors to identify a ships approximate position. What does and astrolabe do?
3,1 Three food items introduced to Europe from the New World What are tomatoes, potatoes, chocolate?
3,2 Set afloat by his mutinous crew to fend for himself never to be heard from again Who was Henry Hudson?
3,3 Francisco Vasquez de Coronado What were the Seven Cities of Gold?
3,4 The Silk Road What was the land route from Europe to Asia?
4,1 Contact that led to an exchange of plants, animals, and diseases that altered life on both sides of the Atlantic What is the Columbian Exchange?
4,2 Beheaded by the natives of modern day Panama Who is Balboa?
4,3 New converts to Christianity What was one reason for exploration?
4,4 Spanish Galleons What were the large Spanish ships designed to carry heavy loads of gold and silver?
5,1 The beginning of a connection to the American Civil War What is the first act of African slavery?
5,2 American woman who attempted to be the first female to circumnavigate the globe in an airplane Who was Amelia Earhart?
5,3 To cover the salty taste or taste of spoiled meat Why did Europeans crave exotic spices?
5,4 Portugese Caravel What is the three masted ship that could sail faster, carry more cargo, and sail in shallow water?
Social Studies Chapter 3: The Age of Exploration.
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So, Why did Europeans Explore the World?. Factors that led to Exploration 1. Crusades- exposed Europeans to new ideas & luxury goods. 2. Kings wanted.
European Exploration AKS 39 Analyze the impact of the age of discovery and expansion into the Americas, Africa, and Asia AKS 39a – Explain the roles of.
Voyages of Discovery Chapter Foundations of Exploration During the Renaissance, a spirit of discovery and innovation had been awakened in Europe.
Age of Exploration Unit Test. Who essentially began the Age of Exploration and why? Prince Henry the Navigator Europeans wanted a DIRECT trade route with.
Exploration. Getting to India Europeans wanted goods from India and East Asia Prince Henry the Navigator (Portugal) starts school for sailing Astrolabe.
Chapter 3 Lessons 3-5 Lesson 3-slides #1-37 Lesson 4-slides #38-67 Lesson 5-slides #68-83.
$2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 Vocabulary I Vocabulary II Reasons for Exploration Famous Explorers.
Early European Explorers Mr. H. Leif Ericsson From – Greenland Sailed and Explored for – Greenland, Vikings Looking For – Route Sailed – North.
Ch 13 - Age of Exploration. Main Idea During the 1400s and 1500s European explorers were inspired by Greed – buy and sell luxury trade goods Curiosity.
Rules to Jeopardy Pick one person to speak for your group Round Robin Format – You get it wrong the next group can steal If you steal and get the question.
Spanish Explorers Columbus Sailed west to Indies Sailed west to Indies Landed on the Bahamas Landed on the Bahamas Sailed for Spain (King Ferdinand and.
SS4H2 The student will describe European exploration in North America. a. Describe the reasons for, obstacles to, and accomplishments of the Spanish,
Exploring the Americas The Growth of Trade. Searching for New Trade Routes 1400s European countries competed to find a sea route to the Indies (islands.
Exploration European Expansion Worldwide in an Attempt to gain Land, Bullion, Slaves For*** Gain, Glory and God Economic Impact Exchange of Plants, Animals.
Growth of Trade Goods from Orient Goods from Orient –Cinnamon –Pepper –Cloves and spices –Perfumes –Silks –Precious Stones Became harder to get these.
Chapter 2 Section 1 Spain Claims an Empire. The Age of Discovery The Renaissance encouraged people to explore their world and as a result started the.
a. Describe the reasons for, obstacles to, and accomplishments of the Spanish, French, and English explorations of John Cabot,Vasco Nunez de Balboa, Juan.
Early Explorations Chapter 6 section 1 OR: What’s this over here?
ACOS #4: Explain effects of European exploration upon European society and Native Americans, including the economic and cultural impact. ACOS #4a: Identify.
Long ago, before computers; before DVD players; long before airplanes or cars,… …there were adventurous people who wanted to see new things!!
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COLUMBUS -BORN 1451 IN THE PORT CITY OF GENOA, ITALY -LATER SETTLED IN PORTUGAL -STUDIED MARCO POLO'S WRITINGS ABOUT ASIA AND DREAMS OF FAME AND RICHES.
The Age of Exploration During the Crusades, Western European countries (Spain, England, France, Portugal) made pilgrimages to holy lands.
Henry the Navigator From Portugal Started a school for navigators and explorers Organized trips to sail around the continent of Africa.
Early European Explorers Helen Chaney OKAGE Teacher Consultant.
Exploring the Americas Lesson 1: The Growth of Trade.
Age of Exploration- The “New World”. Leif Ericson-1000 Viking First European to visit the New World His father made the first colonies in Greenland.
The Age of Exploration. The current year 2008, can you guess when the idea of ‘trading’ something first began?
Europe Looks Outward chapter 2. Age of Exploration Christopher Columbus was not the first European to land in America. The first Europeans in America.
Yes, you do have to write this down!. Columbus Crosses the Atlantic The Spanish had three reasons for exploration: – gold – land – religion.
Lesson 3 a small community of people living in a new place An outbreak of disease that spreads quickly and affects many people to sail completely.
Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…. Chapter 3 Exploration and Technology A Changing World Spanish Explorations Other Nations Explore General Information.
Early Voyages to the Americas In 1001 Viking sailors led by Leif Erickson reached the northern tip of North America. Vikings are believed to have settled.
How did the search for a water route to Asia affect both Europe and the Americas? The Crusades and the Renaissance (rebirth) led Europeans to look beyond.
Age of Exploration Part II. 1.To maintain access to the spice trade, who did the Portuguese battle on the high seas? Muslim and Indian sailors 2. In 1510,
Why Europe Looked to the East Other European nations were interested in competing with Italy for trade with Asia. The desire to spread Christianity also.
The Age of Exploration During the Crusades, Western European countries (Spain, England, France, Portugal) made pilgrimages to holy lands which.
Terms Review I The Pre-Colonial and Colonial Eras.
EUROPE AND AMERICA COLLIDE. I. Reasons for European Exploration A. The three G’s 1. God, Gold, and Glory B. European Renaissance: renewed interest.
European Exploration. Gold - Need a sea route to Asia. Asian Spices. Gold in America God - Spread Christianity...People = Power Glory - Personal Glory,
THE AGE OF EXPLORATION. UNDERSTANDING TIMELINES BCE CE 1 st century2 nd century3 rd century.
To Next Slide An Age of Exploration Chapter 4 Terry Sams Piedmont Elementary.
Chapter 2 Review MR. GIRALDO 8 th Grade U.S. History Tequesta Trace Middle
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