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Warm Up #10 1. What is an explorer? 2. List the names of any explorers that you are familiar with Objective: Scholars will be able to visually represent.

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1 Warm Up #10 1. What is an explorer? 2. List the names of any explorers that you are familiar with Objective: Scholars will be able to visually represent Explorers vocabulary words and their meanings. Tasks/ Agenda: 1. Complete Warm Up 2. Introduce the Explorers Unit and Vocabulary 3. Age of Exploration Video 4.Vocabulary T-Shirts 5. Make Up/Missing Work Homework Finish any Explorers Vocabulary T-Shirts not completed in class

2 Explorers Vocabulary Go over the words and meanings with the class ExplorerA person who investigates unknown regions ExpeditionA journey made for a specific purpose. Trade RouteA course, way, or road for passage or travel for traders. GloryHonor, fame, admiration. Convert (religion)To switch to another religion. ImperialismThe practice of one country controlling the government and economy of another country or territory. CartographyThe study and creation of maps. CartographerSomeone who studies or makes maps. Silk RoadAn ancient trade route by land between Asia and Europe. CaravelA Spanish or Portuguese ship that was able to sail against the wind. EmpireA group of colonies ruled by the same country. ColonyA group of people who leave their native country to settle in a new place, but are still connected to their native country. ColonizationThe control by one power over a dependent area of people; to control a colony. InhabitantA person or animal that lives in a place. IndigenousNative of a region; an original inhabitant. CivilizeTo educate; To bring out of a savage state. SlaveA person who is forced to do hard labor with no freedom. EpidemicA disease affecting many people at the same time.

3 Age of Exploration Video  Please turn your Interactive Notebooks to the notes section.  Title the page “Age of Exploration” Video Notes  While watching the video write down 5 facts you learned from the video about exploration. And list any vocabulary words you heard discussed in the video.

4 Answer the following questions in COMPLETE SENTENCES at the bottom of each T-shirt What is your term and definition? How does your design demonstrate this term? Explorers Vocabulary T-Shirt Explorer


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