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1Period 4: Global Interactions c. 1450 to c. 1750 4.1. Globalizing Networks of Communication and Exchange4.2. New Forms of Social Organization and Modes of Production4.3. State Consolidation and Imperial Expansion
2Unit 4 Outline: Mapping the Columbian Exchange and thesis analysis Socratic Seminar on Gender: the Aztec and Inca EmpiresAnalyzing cultural syncretism in the AmericasAnalyze changes and continuities in religions in Sub-Saharan AfricaOttoman, Safavid and Mughal Empires DBQ
3Unit #3:Explain the Causes of World Population Growth, CE
4Unit #3: 1450 – 1750, binder p. 63 Six Weeks: Encounters and Change Week One: Encounters -- “Southernization” in Western Europe and the Scientific Revolution and Renaissance; Protestant Reformation and Catholic Counter ReformationWeek Two: Encounters and Exchange: Reconquista, Portuguese in Morocco and West Africa; Spanish in the AmericasWeek Three: Encounters and Exchange: Portuguese in Indian Ocean trade networks, Manila galleons and the Ming Silver TradeTimed writing: DBQ on Global Flow of Silver (2006 exam)Week Four: Labor Systems in the Atlantic World -- The Africanization of the Americas (slave trade, plantation economies, resistance to slavery); Labor systems in the Russian Empire and resistance to serfdomTimed writing: Compare labor systems (2004 exam)Week Five: Expansion of Global Economy and Absolutism--Ottoman, Safavid, Mughal, Bourbons, Tokugawa, and Romanov EmpiresWeek Six: Effects of the Atlantic Slave Trade on demography in West Africa, resistance to the Atlantic slave trade, and expansion of Islam in sub-Saharan AfricaTimed writing: Change and continuity over time essay on effects of Columbian Exchange (2005 exam)Map Quiz: Map the flow of flora, fauna, and people caused by the Columbian ExchangeUnit Test
5Western Hemisphere turkey llama tobacco chocolate (cacao) corn (maize) Directions for Mapping the Columbian Exchange, p. 65 Draw an outline map of the world and then place the following items in the hemisphere of their origin:Eastern Hemispherecowssheeppigshorseswheatricecottonsilksugarcoffeemeaslessmall poxchicken poxinfluenzabubonic plagueWestern Hemisphereturkeyllamatobaccochocolate (cacao)corn (maize)squashbeanschiliespotatoestomatoesDraw lines showing where the items went (they all should travel to the other hemisphere, except for llamas).Paste index cards or sticky notes with annotations on the map explaining the effects of the plants and animals transferred across the world as a result of the Columbian ExchangeWrite a thesis statement describing the changes and continuities that resulted from the Columbian Exchange
6Thesis Statement on the Columbian Exchange [scp, p. 72]
10Creating New Cultures in the Americas [scp, p. 74] Religious Change in Latin AmericaIn Mexico today, there is a holiday known as the Day of the Dead or El Día de los MuertosSyncretism in Latin American Music
11The Islamic Empires in the 16th & 17th Centuries DBQ on training wheels [Cohen binder, p. 76]
12Essay Question: “Compare the development of empire-building from 1450 – 1750 in two of the following empires: Spanish, Ottoman, and/or Russian” [Cohen binder, p. 82]By the way, who are these guys? How do you know?
13By the way, who are these guys? How do you know? Suleiman the sultan of the Ottoman Empire fromPhillip II, king of Spain,Peter, tsar of Russia from 1682 to 1725.