Presentation on theme: "Age of Exploration Jeopardy"— Presentation transcript:
1 Age of Exploration Jeopardy Test on Monday November 17!!!!
2 100 200 300 400 500 600 People Seeds Of Change New Spain & Encomienda Mystery100200300400500600
3 People 100Who was the one of the first explorers to reach Asia?Marco Polo
4 People 200Who was the Emperor of the Aztec?Moctezuma
5 People 300 Why is Hernando Cortes important? He was a Spanish conquistador who conquered the Aztec and took control of Tenochtitlan.
6 People 400 How did Prince Henry the Navigator improve navigation? He brought together scientists, ship builders, and mapmakers.
7 People 500 Who is Dona Marina? Dona Marina is an Indian woman who helped Cortes convince many Indians to join him in conquering the Aztec.
8 People 600 Why did Christopher Columbus sail in 1942? Columbus wanted to find a faster route to Asia. Columbus set sail west across the Atlantic Ocean to find a faster route to Asia.
9 Seeds of Change 100 Fill in the blanks: The Columbian Exchange is the exchange of _____________, ___________, ___________, and ideas between the “New World” and the “Old World”.PlantsDiseasesAnimals
10 Seeds of Change 200What is considered the “New World”? What is the “Old World”?New WorldNorth AmericaSouth AmericaOld WorldEuropeAsiaAfrica
11 Seeds of Change 300 What is the Silk Road? A network of overland trade routes that stretched from China to Persia.
12 Silk and spices Seeds of Change 400 Name some of the items carried on the Silk Road.Silk and spices
13 Seeds of Change 500Explain the impact of the “New World” in terms of The Columbian Exchange.The “New World” brought potatoes, corn, and tobacco into the “Old World.” These items impacted Africa, Asia, and Europe. They improved diets and increased the population.
14 Seeds of Change 600Explain the impact of the “Old World” in terms of The Columbian Exchange.The “Old World” brought sugar, horses, and diseases into the “New World.”Sugar- brought slaveryHorses- changed life for Native Americans of the Great PlainsDiseases- killed millions
15 New Spain & Encomienda 100Name all of the lands that made up the colony of New SpainCaribbean Islands,Central America, Mexico, the southwestern U.S.A., and Florida
16 What was an encomienda? New Spain & Encomienda 200 A very large piece of land that often included several Indian villages given to Spanish colonist in the New World.
17 New Spain & Encomienda 300 How did the encomienda affect the Spanish? Spain gained landSpain gained greatwealthSpain became verypowerful
18 New Spain & Encomienda 400How did the encomienda affect the Native Americans?Lost control of landBecome slaves of the SpanishDied of diseasesWere not allowed to practice their traditional religion
19 New Spain & Encomienda 500 How did the encomienda affect the Africans? Kidnapped from homelandMany died on ship comingacross the oceanForced to work as slaves inmines, on farms and on sugarcane plantationsLife expectancy as a slave 7yearsSome escaped
20 New Spain & Encomienda 600What were three reasons Cortez was able to conquer the mighty Aztec empire?1. Thousands of Native American allies2. Deadlier weapons3. Excellent strategy and patience
21 Mystery 100 What does culture mean? The way of life for a group of people
22 Mystery 200What is the name of a person who makes a living by buying and selling goods?Merchant
23 Mystery 300Why are Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand of Spain important?They funded Christopher Columbus’s expedition.
24 Mystery 400 Define encounter. A meeting between two people or two groups
25 Mystery 500What is the science of determining a ship’s location and direction?Navigation
26 Mystery 600Explain what the Silk Road was and why the goods were so expensive.A network of overland trade routes that stretched from China to Persia. The goods were not able to be bought anywhere, and they were traded on the Silk Road through various trades.