Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

América del Sur (parte norte) 3A – páginas 142, 143; paquete – RR, SS.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "América del Sur (parte norte) 3A – páginas 142, 143; paquete – RR, SS."— Presentation transcript:

1 América del Sur (parte norte) 3A – páginas 142, 143; paquete – RR, SS

2 América del Sur – RR, SS Venezuela, ______, Ecuador, ______, and Bolivia form Northern South America. This is one of the most culturally diverse regions of the world.

3 América del Sur – RR, SS Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, ______, and Bolivia form Northern South America. This is one of the most culturally diverse regions of the world.

4 América del Sur – RR, SS Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia form Northern South America. This is one of the most culturally diverse regions of the world.

5 América del Sur – RR, SS 1400s - Constructed more than 500 years ago, the terraced fields in the highlands of ______ were a sophisticated system for conserving soil and water.  ______, a mountaintop city at 9060 ft. altitude in ______, was built by the Incas – one huge carved stone at a time.

6 América del Sur – RR, SS 1400s - Constructed more than 500 years ago, the terraced fields in the highlands of Bolivia were a sophisticated system for conserving soil and water.  ______, a mountaintop city at 9060 ft. altitude in ______, was built by the Incas – one huge carved stone at a time.

7 América del Sur – RR, SS 1400s - Constructed more than 500 years ago, the terraced fields in the highlands of Bolivia were a sophisticated system for conserving soil and water.  Machu Picchu, a mountaintop city at 9060 ft. altitude in ______, was built by the Incas – one huge carved stone at a time.

8 América del Sur – RR, SS 1400s - Constructed more than 500 years ago, the terraced fields in the highlands of Bolivia were a sophisticated system for conserving soil and water.  Machu Picchu, a mountaintop city at 9060 ft. altitude in Peru, was built by the Incas – one huge carved stone at a time.

9 América del Sur – RR, SS ______produced the first European charts of mainland South America. (The Americas are named after him.) The term America first appeared on a German map.  The ______ empire in the sixteenth century extended from present-day ______. 1570s – Machu Picchu was abandoned shortly after the Spanish conquered Peru.

10 América del Sur – RR, SS Amerigo Vespucci produced the first European charts of mainland South America. (The Americas are named after him.) The term America first appeared on a German map.  The ______ empire in the sixteenth century extended from present-day ______. 1570s – Machu Picchu was abandoned shortly after the Spanish conquered Peru.

11 América del Sur – RR, SS Amerigo Vespucci produced the first European charts of mainland South America. (The Americas are named after him.) The term America first appeared on a German map.  The Incan empire in the sixteenth century extended from present-day ______. 1570s – Machu Picchu was abandoned shortly after the Spanish conquered Peru.

12 América del Sur – RR, SS Amerigo Vespucci produced the first European charts of mainland South America. (The Americas are named after him.) The term America first appeared on a German map.  The Incan empire in the sixteenth century extended from present-day Ecuador to Chile. 1570s – Machu Picchu was abandoned shortly after the Spanish conquered Peru.

13 América del Sur – RR, SS The Naturalist Charles Darwin spent weeks at the Galápagos Islands studying the unique animal life.  The Galápagos Islands, also called las islas ______, lie 600 miles off the coast of ______. They are now a national park and wildlife sanctuary. It is believed that the Incas may have traveled to the islands in large-ocean going rafts.  Galápagos are giant ______ that are native to these islands.

14 América del Sur – RR, SS The Naturalist Charles Darwin spent weeks at the Galápagos Islands studying the unique animal life.  The Galápagos Islands, also called las islas encantadas, lie 600 miles off the coast of ______. They are now a national park and wildlife sanctuary. It is believed that the Incas may have traveled to the islands in large-ocean going rafts.  Galápagos are giant ______ that are native to these islands.

15 América del Sur – RR, SS The Naturalist Charles Darwin spent weeks at the Galápagos Islands studying the unique animal life.  The Galápagos Islands, also called las islas encantadas, lie 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador. They are now a national park and wildlife sanctuary. It is believed that the Incas may have traveled to the islands in large-ocean going rafts.  Galápagos are giant ______ that are native to these islands.

16 América del Sur – RR, SS The Naturalist Charles Darwin spent weeks at the Galápagos Islands studying the unique animal life.  The Galápagos Islands, also called las islas encantadas, lie 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador. They are now a national park and wildlife sanctuary. It is believed that the Incas may have traveled to the islands in large-ocean going rafts.  Galápagos are giant tortoises that are native to these islands.

17 América del Sur – RR, SS Machu Picchu was ‘______’. 1980s- Archaeologists reconstructing ancient ______ systems on the shore of Lake Titicaca (______ft. above sea level) near Machu Picchu found that these ancient systems worked better than many modern systems.

18 América del Sur – RR, SS Machu Picchu was ‘rediscovered’. 1980s- Archaeologists reconstructing ancient ______ systems on the shore of Lake Titicaca (______ft. above sea level) near Machu Picchu found that these ancient systems worked better than many modern systems.

19 América del Sur – RR, SS Machu Picchu was ‘rediscovered’. 1980s- Archaeologists reconstructing ancient agricultural systems on the shore of Lake Titicaca (______ft. above sea level) near Machu Picchu found that these ancient systems worked better than many modern systems.

20 América del Sur – RR, SS Machu Picchu was ‘rediscovered’. 1980s- Archaeologists reconstructing ancient agricultural systems on the shore of Lake Titicaca (12, 500 ft. above sea level) near Machu Picchu found that these ancient systems worked better than many modern systems.

21 América del Sur – RR, SS Additional information: ______ is one of the most important sources of oil consumed in the United States. Other Latin American oil producers include Mexico, Colombia, ______ and Peru.

22 América del Sur – RR, SS Additional information: Venezuela is one of the most important sources of oil consumed in the United States. Other Latin American oil producers include Mexico, Colombia, ______ and Peru.

23 América del Sur – RR, SS Additional information: Venezuela is one of the most important sources of oil consumed in the United States. Other Latin American oil producers include Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.


Download ppt "América del Sur (parte norte) 3A – páginas 142, 143; paquete – RR, SS."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google