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An Introduction to the Era of Exploration Mr. Mack History of the United States August 26, 2013
Marco Polo Was the first European to visit Asia. Wrote about his experience. Other Europeans became interested in Asia.
Traveling the Silk Road Arab Territory
Make a Prediction! What will the Arabs do that may cause Europeans to look for a different route to Asia?
Traveling the Silk Road Arabs began raising prices of goods along the Silk Road. They also taxed Europeans who traveled through their land. Europeans began looking for a different route to Asia.
Early Voyages of Exploration
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Chapter 3, Lesson 1 ACOS #4: Explain effects of European exploration upon European society and Native Americans, including the economic and cultural impact.
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Warm-up Copy HW Please grab a handout from the front desk and complete question #1 Make this page 28.
The World in 1450 Madnick Global History 9. The Basics 1.The world was changing in big ways by Biggest change: European exploration of the globe.
European Explorers. Marco Polo The Polo family’s goal was to bring back valuable trade goods from China.
Overview A desire to grow rich and spread Christianity, along with the development of new technology, began to push Europeans to explore foreign lands.
Social Studies Early Exploration: Lesson 9 – Vasco da Gama.
Journal: “Creativity” What is the most creative thing you do? (music, art, sports etc.) Is it something that you were always just good at doing, or did.
Himang’s PowerPoints ©. Born in Republic of Genoa was an explorer, navigator, and colonizer he completed four voyages across the Atlantic Ocean.
10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Open Ended Vocabulary Europe in the.
Europeans Set Sail. The Vikings Leif Eriksson Son of an explorer His Father, Erik the Red, explored Iceland and Greenland When his ship was blown off.
Intro to the Age of Exploration. Copy these questions. Make sure to leave space for your answers! Discovery Ed: Age of Exploration Video Discovery Ed:
After the death of Chinggis Khan, his children and grandchildren continued to conquer a vast empire.
Lesson 1: Traveling Asia’s Silk Road. LIFE IN THE EASTERN HEMISPHERE: TRAVELING THE SILK ROAD Chapter 3 Lesson 2 Social Studies 5 th Grade Mr. Vida.
The Mongol Empire. The Mongol People The Mongolian population was never very large, but they were able to conquer many areas because of their large army.
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600s, city of Mecca - important stopping point for religious pilgrims, who visited a religious site dedicated to the worship of Abraham.
Exploration and Technology Chapter 3, Lesson 1. Lesson Objectives Explain the reasons for European exploration. Explain the technology that made ocean.
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Ch. 15: Section I: Europe Looks Outward (Pages ) This section is about: This section is about: How the Polo family ’ s travels to China encouraged.
The Crusades: Middle Ages most Europeans lived in local villages and towns. During the 150 years of the Crusades Europeans began traveling to the Middle.
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Aim/Goal: How did Marco Polo’s visit to China influence their relationship with Europe? Do Now: What factors would influence your decision to travel to.
New Unit: Exploration and Expansion In our last unit you learned about an important event in Europe called the Renaissance. Why was the Renaissance a key.
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Bell Ringer Identify the weapon and shelter used by Native Americans from each time period. 1.Paleo 2.Archaic 3.Woodland 4.Mississippian.
Why is this the best time to explore? The Printing Press – made it easier for people to share ideas with one another. Navigation Instruments – people would.
How did Europeans get here anyway? Europe Explores the New World.
Global Interactions Review #5 Explain the Meaning of this Title: As diverse cultures interact (Trade, War, Migration) New ideas spread and are adopted.
Opening China to the World By: Melanie Menjivar Arli Gomez Jeslyn Allen.
Question 1 What was considered to be the strength of the Chinese that the Mongols thought highly of? A. Military B. Government C. Religion D. Size of the.
Age of Exploration 4 CAUSES 4 FIGURES 4 DETAILS 4 EFFECTS ab cd.
Christopher Columbus A Mr. Freeman Production. Spice from Indies (Asia) Columbus was looking for shorter route to Indies to get spices.
A period from the 15th century (1400s) to the 17th century (1600s). Age of Exploration.
Why Go West? Have you ever thought of a different way to approach something?
Chapter 3: Life in the Eastern Hemisphere. 1. Who went to China to bring back trade goods? Marco Polo.
COLUMBUS EXPLORES NEW LANDS. What was Columbus looking for when he set sail across the Atlantic Ocean? What did he find?
Age of Exploration: Motives and Means. Many people, including Christopher Columbus, were fascinated by Marco Polo’s account of his travels to the court.
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