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What were the accomplishments of European Exploration?
Exchange of ideas and goods Better ships and navigational tools Claimed territories (land)
What were the motives for exploration?
Spread Christianity To bring home GOLD To build empires and NATIONAL SUPERIORITY
Who explored the St. Lawrence River Valley for France and founded Quebec?
Samuel de Champlain
What obstacles did the explorers face?
Fear of the unknown Poor maps and navigational tools Lack of money
What region of North America was explored by France?
East Canada and St. Lawrence River Valley
Which nation depended on fishing and fur trapping as their primary source of money?
What did the European Nations bring to North America?
diseases Christianity New technology
What did the Native Americans teach the Europeans?
Better farming techniques
What was the main source of cooperation between Natives and Europeans?
What nation was the first to start trading with the empires of West Africa?
Where is Africa were the trading kingdoms of West Africa located? North, South, East, or West?
What nation did Francisco Coronado explore for?
What nation did John Cabot explore for?
What nation did Robert LaSalle explore for?
What nation did Samuel de Champlain explore for?
Which explorer founded Quebec?
Samuel de Champlain Quebec
Who named the Mississippi River?
Who explored the Colorado River?
Who explored the Mississippi River?
Who explored the St. Lawrence River?
Who explored Eastern Canada and the Northeast part of the United State?
SOL 1.4a Explorers. France Portugal Spain England Which countries explored?
Do we still explore today? Where? Why? 1. Ocean? 2.
Exploration Notes SOL USI.4. Major European countries were in COMPETITION to extend their power into North America and CLAIM the land as their own.
Motivations for the explorations Economic— Gold, natural resources, and trade.
1. What were the motivating forces for European exploration? 2. What were the obstacles for European exploration? 3. What were the accomplishments of European.
Why Explore? SOL 4a: Early Exploration of Europeans.
European Explorers SOL USI.4a, USI.4c. It was a Competition! Who could find the most Gold, natural resources and increase trade? Which religion would.
In your notebook : Using the Atlas P. 18 Map of the world P.19 Map of Europe What do you notice about the two maps? How are they different from today?
Exploration USI.4a Major European countries were in competition to extend their powers into North America and claim the land as their own.
EXPLORERS John Cabot Francisco Coronado Samuel de Champlain Robert La Salle.
European Exploration. Motivating Forces for Exploration Economic—Gold, natural resources, wanted slaves and trade Economic—Gold, natural resources, wanted.
Jeopardy Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 5 Q 6Q 16Q 11Q 21 Q 7Q 12Q 17Q 22 Q 8Q 13Q 18 Q 23 Q 9 Q 14Q 19Q 24 Q 10Q 15Q 20Q 25 Final Jeopardy American Indians/Exploration.
Motivations for the explorations. Economic: Gold, natural resources, and trade Religious: Spread Christianity Competition for empire and belief in superiority.
1 Explore The New World USI Lesson 1 Motivation and Obstacles.
USI.4 EXPLORATION SOLs USI.4A Describe the motivations, obstacles, and accomplishments of the Spanish, French, Portuguese, and English explorers. USI.4B.
USI.4A Describe the motivations, obstacles, and accomplishments of the Spanish, French, Portuguese, and English explorers. USI.4B Describe the cultural.
1 Christopher Columbus Francisco Coronado Discovered the New World but didn’t know it. Claimed the Southwestern United States for Spain Regions explored.
HE arrives and says.. We are in Asia! Is he right??????? 1.
How did the Native American tribes and Europeans interact with each other? Cultural Interactions.
Mr. Talbot. What things stood in the way of Exploration? Poor Maps & Limited Navigational ToolsPoor Maps Disease and Starvation Fear of the Unknown.
European Exploration of North America. The Spanish The Spanish explored the North American continent for main reasons that are categorized as: –To find.
Background Information In the 1400, Europeans did not know much about the world. most Europeans had never been outside Europe European map of the world.
Review of Causes/Effects of Exploration. ► Lure of wealth from trade ► Power that came from the wealth Made countries to desire more trade.
NEXT Continents Geographic Regions Rivers Indians Explorers Team One Team Two Team Three Team Four Team.
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France Jacques Cartier: Explored: 1. Labrador, and New Foundland Canada 2. St. Lawrence River and Gulf.
Quiz Review. 3 Reasons Bodies of Water are Important:
USI 4a Trivia Newell.. Coronado explored for ASpain BPortugal CEngland DFrance.
Jeopardy PortugalSpainFrance England and Others Maps Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Causes of European exploration Why did European Countries want colonies in the Americas?
Why did Europeans cross the seas? As Europe’s population recovered from the Black Death, the demand for trade goods grew. Europeans wanted spices. European.
3.3 Europeans Settle North America. Claims in North America A northwest trade route to Asia through North America = huge profits Route does not exist.
$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 ExplorersMotivations,Obstacles,AccomplishmentsCultural Interactions Interactions Colonies PotpourriFirstAmericans.
European Explorers. Many things motivated European Exploration Religion – Spanish spread Catholicism in the South – French spread Catholicism in the Northeast.
Early European Explorers Mr. H. Leif Ericsson From – Greenland Sailed and Explored for – Greenland, Vikings Looking For – Route Sailed – North.
Warm Up Question How do you think religion fueled European nations to compete for territories in North America?
5 Ws. European explorers from Spain, France, England. Other countries sent explorers too. Spain FranceEngland Christopher Columbus Hernan Cortes Francisco.
MOTIVES FOR EUROPEAN EXPLORATION AND COLONIZATION “Exploring North America”
Warm Up: Accomplishment: something that has been achieved successfully. Brainstorm: What did the explorers accomplish?
Lesson 7: A Case Study of Columbus. REASONS/ MOTIVATION GOALS CHALLENGES/ OBSTACLES CONSEQUENCES.
Supporting English Language Learners in Social Studies and Science.
200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300.
European Exploration In North America. The Big Three Spain England France.
Compass Instrument with north- pointing needle. astrolabe Instrument for finding latitude by measuring the angle of stars.
SPAIN FRANCE ENGLAND/NET HERLANDS New passage to Asia Conquered the Natives Spread religion – they used missionaries for this 3 G’s – Gold,
Social Studies Week One. What economic factors were both a cause and a result of the Age of Exploration?
European Exploration Factors that allowed the Old World to meet the New.
Chapter 2 Study Guide. House of Burgesses A Virginia lawmaking body The First Representative form of Government in North America.
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