Presentation on theme: "Exploration and Colonization"— Presentation transcript:
1 Exploration and Colonization Chapter 2 and 3Tier WordsExplorationandColonization
2 Things Explorer’s wanted: Exploration is the act of searching or traveling a terrain for the purpose of discovery of resources or information.Things Explorer’s wanted:SpicesGoldResources: New plants, wood, mineralsNew AnimalsLand
5 Which Continent do we live in? 7 Continents:North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, AntarcticaWhich Continent do we live in?
6 Oceans of the World: Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Artic Which ocean is along the coast of New Jersey?Oceans of the World: Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Artic
7 New WorldDefinition: Europeans called the North and South American continents during the 14oos.Sentence: The Spanish invaded the New World and forced all natives to be Catholic.
8 Sentence: The Spanish missionaries forced natives to be Catholic. Definition: People who travel to other territories in order to make them convert (change) religion.Sentence: The Spanish missionaries forced natives to be Catholic.
9 Number one export of the Columbian Exchange = Slavery
10 Definition: Spanish Soldiers-explorers who conquered Mexico and Peru. ConquistadorDefinition: Spanish Soldiers-explorers who conquered Mexico and Peru.Sentence: The Spanish conquistadors invaded the New World and forced all natives to be Catholic.
11 ColonyDefinition: A new settlement or territory established and governed by a country from another land.Sentence: Colonies were created by European countries in North and South America.
12 SlaveryDefinition: The treatment of people as property for the purpose of forcing them to labor. People who are denied freedom.Sentence: The Spanish conquistadors forced native Americans into slavery.
13 Definition: Conquistadors lived in forts called presidios. Sentence: The Spanish conquistadors lived in presidios to protect themselves .
14 TrappersDefinition: Adventurers who capture and kill animals, such as beavers for fur.Sentence: French trappers made tons of money by bringing fur over to Europe to make coats.