Presentation on theme: "THE ECONOMICS OF THE EUROPEAN SLAVE TRADE UNIT 2 CHAPTER 6."— Presentation transcript:
THE ECONOMICS OF THE EUROPEAN SLAVE TRADE UNIT 2 CHAPTER 6
CONFLICTS IN THE TRADING AND LABOR PRACTICES Identify – List the items that Europeans initially began to trade with Africans. Explain- Why did the Europeans begin to conquer, conquest and dominate the continent of Africa? Identify- The chapter listed to ways to acquire labor, what were they? Recall- In what year did the European Slave Trade begin?
African Labor and War Practices Analyze - What was the established routine that Africans used for dealing with the people they captured during a war. Identify - The Yoruba word Isin (ah-SEN), is translated to what word in English? Identify - The Yoruba word Eru (eh-ROO), is translated to what word in English? Summarize- What is a feudal system of government
THE PROFIT MOTIVE Make a judgment- In your opinion how did the European Slave Trade profit the British, Dutch, Portugal and Spain? Recall - What items did the European Slave help the British, Dutch, and Portugal produce? Identify- How many years did European countries profit from a sustained system of trading people from the continent of Africa?