2Quilt Puzzle Review Teacher cuts the puzzle into squares. Students work collaboratively to match the terms/definitions, biographies/accomplishment, or events/significance.The final shape is a rectangle. There are no answers around the outside edge.Students can check their work if a picture is drawn on the back of the completed puzzle.
3Front of Game Pieces Results of the Meiji Restoration Immigration patterns in the 1800sMost important British colonial possessions in the 19th & 20th centuriesMiddle class expanded, the industrial working class grew, Commoners couldEstablished authoritarian regimes in Latin AnericaResults of the Meiji RestorationIndiaCaudillosIndustrialization, especially railroad constructionZamindarsDiscovery of this resource led to turmoil in South AfricaLed to increasing intervention by governments in societyCharacterized by large numbers of Europeans & Asians immigrating to North & South AmericaNative officials who administered parts of India for the BritishDiamondsChina’s refusal to export foreign goodsIdeologies used to gain support in Latin American RevolutionsCause of the Opium WarFreedom for slaves and equal rights to allAchieved only limited improvementsTanzimat ReformsGroup that combated the East African slave tradeIndustrial Revolution, social reform, land reforms, nationalismMarxist beliefsConservatismFront of Game PiecesUpper classes exploit the lower classes, capitalism lead to inequality, violent revolution may be neededInfluenced/ advocated by 1848 RevolutionarieIdeology of the Congress of ViennaWestern missionariesDowager Empress and elites would not allow limits to their authorityCreoles19th century Chinese inability to reform/modernizeCharacterized by a sense of western superiority & a build up of naval basesLed most of the independence movements in Latin America“New” ImperialismLack of food, debt, too much power in the hands of the king & noblesQing China reformsIdeology that replaced loyalty to the Church after the French Rev.Intellectual cause of the French & American Revolutions
4Front of Game Pieces The Enlightenment Self-imposed isolation Causes of the French RevolutionWere only somewhat successfulNative populations in Latin AmericaNationalismThe EnlightenmentCrimean WarSelf-imposed isolationRevealed Russia’s 19th century underdevelopmentEmperor’s authority was returned and political power was centralizedJapan before the arrival of Commodore PerryMeiji RestorationInability of leaders to keep moderate and radical revolutionaries unitedBritish colonial practice in IndiaOpposed internal Ottoman reformsReligious, political, and social elitesTrait shared by both the French & Mexican RevolutionsDefeated princes were left on the throne and controlledRemained outside the national political lifeSuperior European military and transportation technologiesRussiaCaused a revival in the Atlantic slave tradeBiggest threat to Japanese colonial aspirationsLikely reason for the success of European imperialismIndustrialization and subsequent increased demand for cottonAspect of Japanese industrialization that differed from European industrializationBrazilian independenceSuccessful wars against FranceCauses for the decline of the Ottoman EmpireFront of Game PiecesWeak rulers, frequent military defeat, resentment of ChristiansHow Britain first acquired its empire in IndiaDirected by the governmentDeclared by the Portuguese regent, who became emperorInstitutions/ technologies exported to India from BritainSources for raw minerals and potential marketsFollowing Latin American independenceTelegraph, railroad, western-style education, social reformsPurpose for most coloniesLegal systems of discrimination endedQing rulersEuropean power (besides G.B.) that most benefitted from industrializationEnlightenment ideas, growing business class, industrializationOpium War
5Front of Game Pieces German Empire Resulted in China being forced to open its ports to European tradeGerman EmpireYoung Turk leadersReinforced Confucian social valuesCauses of change in Western EuropeChanged the strategic importance of EgyptAutocracy, Orthodoxy, nationalismSought Muslim solutions to internal problemsSuez CanalCharacteristics of ideas/philosophies of 19th century Russian elitesFront of Game Pieces