Presentation on theme: "Ch. 27 The Age of Imperialism (1850 – 1914). - The Scramble for Africa 15 d - Imperialism Case Study: Nigeria 15 d - Europeans Claim Muslim Lands - British."— Presentation transcript:
- The Scramble for Africa 15 d - Imperialism Case Study: Nigeria 15 d - Europeans Claim Muslim Lands - British Imperialism in India 15 d - Imperialism in Southeast Asia E.Q. What were the forms of New Imperialism? What were the causes and effects of New Imperialism?
EXTENDED VOCABULARY 1.colonial rule – Legacy of Colonial Rule in Africa 2.colony – A New Period of Imperialism - ruled by foreign govt. 3.convert – Africa Before European Domination
4.direct control – A New Period of Imperialism – controlled by country 5.economic imperialism – A New Period of Imperialism – controlled by a business 6.ethnic – Legacy of Colonial Rule 7.Filipino – U.S. Imperialism in the Pacific Islands
8. indirect control – A New Period of Imperialism – local rulers in charge of daily affairs 9. missionaries – Africa Before European Domination; Forces Driving Imperialism 10. Protectorate – A New Form of Imperialism – runs daily affairs but controlled by imperialist nation 11. Racist – Forces Driving Imperialism
12. Sanitation - British Expand Control Over India 13. Scramble for Africa – Division of Africa 14. Siam – Siam Remains Independent
15. sphere of influence – A New Period of Imperialism – area of exclusive economic rights 16. Zulu – Three Groups Clash Over South Africa