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Copy Vocab  Isolation – separation from other nations  Assimilation – the merging of a culture or its traits into another  Nationalism – loyalty and.

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1 Copy Vocab  Isolation – separation from other nations  Assimilation – the merging of a culture or its traits into another  Nationalism – loyalty and devotion to your nation  Geopolitical – take land for its strategic location and products

2 Essential Question  How did European actions at the Berlin Conference hurt African societies?

3 Follow along during the Imperialism skit.

4 The Berlin Conference & Scramble for Africa  Goal(s) of Berlin Conference: –Take Africa’s land –Christianize and Civilize Africa –Divide up Africa’s land between Europe  Words to describe European actions: –Selfish, egotistical, greedy, power hungry, bickering

5 The Berlin Conference & Scramble for Africa  Goal(s) of Berlin Conference: –Europe countries want to divide up Africa and avoid conflict with one another –Want their land/resources  Words to describe European actions: –Greedy, Selfish, ignorant, competitive, egocentric

6 The Berlin Conference & Scramble for Africa  Goal(s) of Berlin Conference: –Divide Africa between the European nations –To “civilize” Africa, take resources –Avoid conflict between European nations  Words to describe European actions: –Selfish, greedy, foolish, careless, stupid, egocentric, childish, ignorant, racist

7 The Berlin Conference & Scramble for Africa  Goal(s) of Berlin Conference: –Divide Africa between the European countries –Avoid conflict with one another  Words to describe European actions: –Greedy, selfish, egocentric, arrogant, racist, harsh, disdainful.

8 Colonial Claims prior to 1878 Colonial Claims by 1914

9 How did Africa change during this time? Europeans expand their control of Africa Increase in Imperialism in Africa

10 How did Africa change during this time? Africa goes from being free to controlled by the Europeans

11 How did Africa change during this time? Africa loses its freedom and independence to the Europeans Europeans move deeper into Africa

12 How did Africa change during this time? Europeans take all of Africa. Africa loses its freedom & independence

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14 What exactly is the Scramble for Africa?  European countries rushed to take land in Africa.  Compete for Africa  Germany, France, Britain

15 What exactly is the Scramble for Africa?  Europeans competing to take land in Africa.  France, Germany, Britain

16 What exactly is the Scramble for Africa?  European countries rushing to take land in Africa and resources  Great Britain, Germany, and France

17 What exactly is the Scramble for Africa?  Europeans rushed to take land and resources in Africa  Germany, France, Britain

18 How are the Europeans being portrayed? God-like, larger stature Educated Positive, Good How are the Europeans portraying the Africans? Small in stature Uneducated Grateful European POV

19 How are the Europeans being portrayed? God-like, superior Educated Positive, Bringing good fortune How are the Europeans portraying the Africans? Uneducated, poor Animal-like Welcoming European POV

20 How are the Europeans being portrayed? God-like, superior Educated Positive influence How are the Europeans portraying the Africans? Sub-human, shorter Uneducated, uncivilized Welcoming Europeans European POV

21 How are the Europeans being portrayed? God-like, superior Larger, positive Educated How are the Europeans portraying the Africans? Inferior, animal-like Uneducated, uncivilized Welcoming Europeans European POV

22 Directions  Work on “Imperialism’s Influence on Africa” sheet

23 Essential Question  How did imperialism impact Africa’s economy, politics, and culture?

24 Impact on the Economy of Africa

25 Impact on the Politics of Africa

26 Impact of the Culture of Africa

27 Impact on the Economy of Africa

28 Impact on the Politics of Africa

29 Impact of the Culture of Africa

30 Impact on the Economy of Africa

31 Impact on the Politics of Africa

32 Impact of the Culture of Africa

33 Impact on the Economy of Africa

34 Impact on the Politics of Africa

35 Impact of the Culture of Africa

36 Zulu vs British – Note the differences  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3x6RP JOkTs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3x6RP JOkTs  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d17vfJ7 bUVo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d17vfJ7 bUVo

37 Is Africa still haunted by Imperialism?

38 True or False  1. Imperialism had only negative effect on Africa  2. Social Darwinism did not influence Imperialism  3. Most tribal leaders lost power to Europeans  4. Europeans went to Africa for mainly military reasons  5. Plantations and mines were created in Africa as a result of Imperialism  6. Imperialism still affects Africa today  7. Exploit means to use something for selfish purposes  8. Europeans were introduced to Christianity by the Africans.


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