#2
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 6

Bell Ringer PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 127 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

#2 1. What was the main purpose of the Berlin Conference of1884-1885? 2. What is the policy and practice of creating an empire to control raw materials and world markets by the conquest of other countries or the establishment of colonies?

Download Presentation

Bell Ringer

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Bell ringer

  • #2

  • 1. What was the main purpose of the Berlin Conference

  • of1884-1885?

  • 2. What is the policy and practice of creating an empire

  • to control raw materials and world markets by the

  • conquest of other countries or the establishment of

  • colonies?

  • 3. Why did the Boers and the British fight over southern

  • Africa?

Cycle of Instruction Ch. 11 Sec. 1

#1W.C. - Pg. 344 Winston

Churchill & the Boer

War

Bell Ringer

#7

Essential Questions

Teacher answers

Essential Questions

#3

The Scramble for

Africa (Section Summary)

Instruction – “I Do”

#6

The Scramble for

Africa (Section Summary)

#4

Concept Map/Notes

Closure

Review/Reteach

Lesson

Guided Practice – “We Do”

#5

1). imperialism 5). Shaka

2). racism 6). Boer

3). Social Darwinism 7). Boer War

4). Berlin Conference

Independent Practice “You Do”


Bell ringer

#2

1. What idea is the policy of assimilation based on?

2. Why were African resistance movements usually

unsuccessful?

3. How did colonial rule cause a breakdown in

traditional African culture?

Cycle of Instruction Ch. 11 Sec. 2

#1W.C. - Pg. 346

Imperialism

Bell Ringer

Essential Questions

#7

Teacher answers

Essential Questions

#3

Imperialism (Section Summary)

Instruction – “I Do”

#6

Imperialism

(Section Summary)

#4

Concept Map/Notes

Closure

Review/Reteach

Lesson

Guided Practice – “We Do”

#5 1). paternalism

2). assimilation

3). Menelik II

Independent Practice “You Do”


Bell ringer

#2

1. What is geopolitics?

2. Why did Great Britain want to control the Suez Canal?

3. Why did the Persian people oppose their ruler’s

policy of selling business concessions to Europeans?

4. What do you think happened as a result of

Muhammad Ali’s agricultural reform?

Cycle of Instruction Ch. 11 Sec. 3

#1W.C. - Pg. 355

The Suez Canal

Bell Ringer

Essential Questions

#7

Teacher answers

Essential Questions

#3

Europeans Claim Muslim Lands(Section Summary)

Instruction – “I Do”

#6 Europeans Claim

Muslim Lands

(Section Summary)

#4

Concept Map/Notes

Closure

Review/Reteach

Lesson

Guided Practice – “We Do”

#5

1). Geopolitics

2). Crimean War

3). Suez Canal

Independent Practice “You Do”


Bell ringer

  • #2

  • 1. Why did Britain consider India its “jewel in the

  • crown?

  • 2. What was the result of the Sepoy Mutiny?

  • 3. Why didn’t Indians unite unite against the British in

  • the Sepoy Mutiny?

  • 4. What form did British rule take under the Raj?

Cycle of Instruction Ch. 11 Sec. 4

#1

W.C. - Pg. 359 Social

History

Bell Ringer

Essential Questions

#7

Teacher answers

Essential Questions

#3

British Imperialism in India (Section Summary)

Instruction – “I Do”

#6

British Imperialism in

India (Section Summary)

#4

Concept Map/Notes

Closure

Review/Reteach

Lesson

Guided Practice – “We Do”

#5

1). Sepoy

2). “jewel in the crown”

3). Sepoy Mutiny

4). Raj

Independent Practice “You Do”


Bell ringer

  • #2

  • 1. Queen Liliuokalani was the last monarch of which

  • area?

  • 2. What group in 1893 revolted against the rule of

  • Queen Liliuokalani of Hawaii and had her removed

  • from power?

  • 3. Why did American sugar planters overthrow Queen

  • Liliuokalani?

  • 4. Which U.S. business interest group pushed for the

  • annexation of Hawaii?

Cycle of Instruction Ch. 11 Sec. 5

#1

W.C. - Pg. 365 Queen

Liliuokalani

Bell Ringer

#7

Teacher answers

Essential Questions

Essential Questions

#3

Imperialism in Southeast Asia (Section Summary)

Instruction – “I Do”

#6

Imperialism in Southeast Asia (Section Summary)

#4

Concept Map/Notes

Closure

Review/Reteach

Lesson

Guided Practice – “We Do”

#5

1). Pacific Rim 5). Queen 2). King Mongkut Liliuokalani

3). Emilio Aguinaldo

4). annexation

Independent Practice “You Do”


Bell ringer

#2

1. Why did the gap between rich and poor grow after

independence?

2. What is the Monroe Doctrine?

3. What is the Roosevelt Corollary?

4. Why was the U.S. so interested in the security of

Latin America?

Cycle of Instruction Ch. 12 Sec. 3

#1

W.C. - Pg. 386 Panama Canal

Bell Ringer

Essential Questions

#7

Teacher answers

Essential Questions

#3

U.S. Economic Imperialism (Section Summary)

Instruction – “I Do”

#6

U.S. Economic Imperialism (Section Summary)

#4

Concept Map/Notes

Closure

Review/Reteach

Lesson

Guided Practice – “We Do”

#5

1). Caudillo 5). Panama Canal 2). Monroe Doctrine 6). Roosevelt

3). Jose Marti Corollary

4). Spanish American War

Independent Practice “You Do”


  • Login