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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Traveling Asia’s Silk Road Africa’s Trading Empires European Explorers Vocabulary All Mixed Up
This explorer arrived in China in 1274 with his father and uncle.
Who was Marco Polo?
The major trade route between China and other lands was a network of routes known by this name.
What was the Silk Road?
This Chinese explorer and his fleet set sail in 1405 and over the next 28 years, Chinese fleets made seven voyages of trade and exploration.
Who was Zheng He?
This Chinese invention made it possible for the sailors to determine their direction far out at sea.
What was the magnetic compass?
When the Polos reached ________ (Chinese city), they became guests of the emperor, ________ ________. DAILY DOUBLE!!
When the Polos reached Shangdu, they became guests of the emperor, Kublai Khan. GREAT JOB!!
Mali reached its peak as an empire in the early 1300s during the rule of this king, who was known for his immense wealth.
Who was Mansa Musa?
This early African kingdom thrived around 700 A.D. and was called the “land of gold” by its visitors.
What is Ghana?
Mansa Musa’s religious journey took him to this holy Muslim city in the Arabian peninsula.
What is Mecca?
European traders in Africa would trade these two items for goods they wanted.
What are cloth and horses?
This West African trading kingdom flourished from the mid-1300s through the 1500s and controlled more land than both Ghana and Mali.
What is Songhai?
This Viking explorer, like his father, sailed west and was probably the first European to set foot upon North America in 1000 A.D.
Who was Leif Ericsson?
This Portuguese explorer and his 3 ships sailed around the Cape of Good Hope, but his frightened crew caused him to return home.
Who was Bartolomeu Dias?
This son of the Portuguese king gathered the best and most experienced sea captains, mapmakers, and other experts, but he never sailed on his voyages.
Who was Prince Henry?
In 1497 A.D., this Portuguese sailor sailed with 4 ships from Portugal, around the Cape of Good Hope, and eventually reached India in 1498 A.D.
Who was Vasco de Gama?
This explorer sailed west in 982 A.D. to an island he called Greenland, which was in fact an extremely cold place.
Who was Eric the Red?
This is a group of traders traveling together, many times riding camels, carrying goods to and from many lands.
What is a caravan?
This instrument helped sailors use the sun and stars to find their location in latitude.
What is an astrolabe?
This is a journey taken for religious reasons.
What is a pilgrimage?
These are 2 or more lines that compare major events in different places during the same period of time.
What are parallel time lines?
This time period is known as a “rebirth” because it marked a new beginning in arts and sciences and a desire to learn more.
What was the Renaissance?
Arab traders from North Africa brought salt from the Sahara to this city on the southern edge of the desert.
What is Timbuktu?
The Portuguese also profited from the buying and selling of human beings, known as this.
What is slave trade?
This is the science sailors use to plot their course and find their location far from land.
What is navigation?
This is a long-spoken adventure story that tells about the brave deeds of people long ago, repeated from one generation to the next.
What is a saga?
DAILY DOUBLE!! Please give the names for the land that Leif Ericsson landed on in 1000 A.D. back then AND today.
CORRECT!! 1.Back then it was given the name Vinland. 2.Today, it is Newfoundland in present-day Canada.
Early European Exploration
Social Studies Early Exploration: Lesson 9 – Vasco da Gama
CHAPTER 3 L3 EUROPEAN EXPLORERS.
Life in the Eastern Hemisphere
Key Terms – The Portuguese Spice Trade Henry the Navigator Astrolabe Magnetic Compass Caravel Vasco de Gama.
Overview A desire to grow rich and spread Christianity, along with the development of new technology, began to push Europeans to explore foreign lands.
4/17 Focus: 4/17 Focus: – Europeans, seeking a greater share of the rich Asian spice trade, began to make oceanic voyages of exploration in the 1400’s.
Portugal Leads the Way of Exploration
Drivers of Change in 1400s Trade – quest for wealth in gold and spice trade Religion – Islam and Christianity Urbanization – rise of cities in Europe.
Exploration and Technology
Chapter 1 Section 3. From earliest times, trade linked groups who lived a great distance from one another. As trade developed, merchants established.
Europeans Set Sail.
Exploration United States Adventures in Time and Place Chapter 5 Lessons
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Trade in Africa and Asia.
Objectives Learn about the role played by Muslims in world trade.
Age of Exploration Europeans Explore the East. Today’s Goal You will be able to… State the religious, economical, and technological reasons for the.
10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Open Ended Vocabulary Europe in the.
Jeopardy Silk Road Africa’s Trading Empire European Exploration RandomVocabulary Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500.
China & Asia Africa Portugal & Europe.
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