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japan

JAPAN

Nadzak

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Write this in your social studies notebook!

7-4.5 Summarize the significant features and explain the causes of Japan’s imperial expansion in East Asia, including the defeat of the Russians in the Russo-Japanese War, the reasons for the expansion in Korea and Manchuria, and the rise of Japan as a world power.

use your atlas pages 94 95
USE YOUR ATLAS! Pages 94-95
  • What 2 countries are directly west of Japan?
  • In what ocean is Japan?
  • What country is directly west of North & South Korea?
  • Where is Indonesia in relation to Japan?
use your atlas pages 76 77
USE YOUR ATLAS! Pages 76-77
  • What plateau is in the middle of China?
  • Estimate how much of China is below sea level.
  • Where country is directly north of China?
  • What country is southwest of China?
use your atlas pages 84 85
USE YOUR ATLAS! Pages 84-85
  • How much of the world’s population lives in Japan?
  • Where do most Japanese people live in Japan?
  • How much of the world’s land area is in Japan?
  • How does the land area of Japan relate to its population?
use your atlas pages 82 83
USE YOUR ATLAS! Pages 82-83
  • Estimate the size of Japan in relation to the size of the United States.
  • Estimate how much of Japan’s land is used for manufacturing & trade.
  • Estimate how much of Japan’s land is used for crops & livestock.
  • What do you call seasonal winds that control the climate of southern Asia?
use your atlas pages 78 79
USE YOUR ATLAS! Pages 78-79
  • What is the capital city of Japan?
  • Name 2 other cities in Japan.
  • What sea is north of Japan?
  • Japan is about 15 degrees north of what line of latitude?
  • Where are the Philippines in relation to Japan?
wake up
WAKE-UP!

It’s ELECTRIC!

hey you
HEY YOU!

Turn to the person beside you and tell them 3 things you learned about the geography of Japan!

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Do you remember the standard we’re learning?!

7-4.5 Summarize the significant features and explain the causes of Japan’s imperial expansion in East Asia, including the defeat of the Russians in the Russo-Japanese War, the reasons for the expansion in Korea and Manchuria, and the rise of Japan as a world power.

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Under the rule of the Tokugawa shoguns, Japan had been isolated from any contact outside the country.

  • Beginning in the mid-1800s, western powers attempted to open trade with Japan.
  • In 1853, US Commodore Matthew Perry forcibly opened trade with Japan through the Treaty of Kanagawa. Soon thereafter, other Western powers also obtained trading rights with Japan.

Write what’s in RED in your social studies notebook!

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Japanese citizens were angered by the foreign involvement in their country.

  • The shogun stepped down from power, allowing the imperial family to take control of the country and ending the military dictatorships that had controlled Japan since the 12th century.
  • http://ocw.mit.edu/ans7870/21f/21f.027/black_ships_and_samurai_02/bss_visnav01.html
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These first encounters were not without tense moments. The Japanese, after all, had lived under a policy of strict seclusion for more than 200 years.

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The Commodore went ashore with great pomp and ceremony to present his demands to the Shogun’s officials, who had gathered onshore near the then little town of Yokohama.

use your ipad find out how to pronounce meiji
USE YOUR IPAD! Find out how to pronounce MEIJI
  • The Meiji Era became a period of modernization for Japan, as the emperor realized that the best response to imperial threats was to become an industrial power. http://www.forvo.com/word/meiji/
  • Japan studied Western civilizations and incorporated many similar aspects into it’s own system.

Write RED print in social studies notebook!

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The Japanese developed a constitutional monarchy with an updated constitution, reformed the military, adopted universal public education, and focused on industrialization and communication systems.

  • By 1890, Japan was a modern, competitive country, able to be an imperial power in its own right.
  • http://ocw.mit.edu/ans7870/21f/21f.027/gt_japan_people/index.html
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developed a constitutional monarchy with an updated constitution, reformed the military, adopted universal public education, and focused on industrialization and communication systems

let s review
Let’s Review!

Write what’s in bold or RED in your social studies notebook!

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In 1876, Japan forced trade with Korea.

  • China had similar trading interests, and in an attempt to prevent conflict, China and Japan pledged not to send their armies into Korea.
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Japan protested this move and declared war on China.

  • During the course of the Sino-Japanese War, Japan destroyed the Chinese navy, cleared Korea of Chinese occupation, and gained a foothold in Manchuria.
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Meiji Japan’s “Westernization” culminated in a titanic war against Tsarist Russia that stunned the world and established Japan as a major imperialist power with a firm foothold on the Asian mainland.

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Following the Sino-Japanese War, Russia and Japan were the two strongest powers of East Asia, and both desired control of Manchuria.

  • Japan initially offered a compromise, agreeing to recognize Russian rights to Manchuria in exchange for Japanese rights to Korea, but this offer was refused.
  • In 1904, Japan attacked Russia, beginning the Russo-Japanese War.
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Japan again destroyed much of Russia’s naval powers, and also drove Russia out of Korea.

  • The war ended in defeat for Russia in 1905.
  • Following the Russian defeat, Japan made Korea a protectorate, eventually annexing the country and was recognized as a world power.
  • It would continue this course of action well into the 20th century in both world wars.
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Photojournalism —already emerging at the end of the 19th century—quickly became a major medium for depicting the war in newspapers and magazines. Picture postcards—introduced worldwide in the early years of the 20th century enhanced the dissemination of war photographshttp://ocw.mit.edu/ans7870/21f/21f.027/throwing_off_asia_03/toa_vis_02.html

can you
Can you . . .
  • Summarize the significant features and explain the causes of Japan’s imperial expansion in East Asia?
  • Describe the defeat of the Russians in the Russo-Japanese War?
  • List the reasons for Japan’s expansion in Korea and Manchuria?
  • Detail the rise of Japan as a world power?
use your journey across time pp 151 154
USE YOUR Journey Across Time pp. 151-154
  • What areas were controlled by the Japanese in 1900? How do you know?
  • Did the Japanese imperialize Africa? How do you know?
use your journey across time pp 169 171
USE YOUR Journey Across Time pp. 169-171
  • Read!
  • Describe the map on page 170. Tell details about what you can learn about Japan from looking at the map.
  • Answer the questions on page 171 in complete sentences.
  • Write a 2 paragraph summary on what you learned about Japanese imperialism.
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