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Bellwork: December 11thObjective: Explain the significance of the Treaty of Tordesillas

  • What is meant by the picture?


Bellwork: December 11thObjective: Explain the significance of the Treaty of Tordesillas

2. What is meant by the picture?


Bellwork: December 11thObjective: Explain the significance of the Treaty of Tordesillas

3. What is meant by the picture?


Today will remind you of Mexico’s history and the conquering of the Aztecs.

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History’s impact on today…

  • Mexico and Central America speak Spanish

    • Remember Hernan Cortes?

  • Canada speaks English and French

    • Remember the war between England and France….The French and Indian War???

Speaks Spanish


Textbook page 260

Read “Early Cultures” silently to yourself


The Incas

  • Read “Inca Empire” on page 261

  • The Inca civilization settled and conquered much of the area in the Andes Mountains around the year 1200.


INCAN ROADS


INCAN ROADS


NOTICE: NO SPACES OR MORTAR BETWEEN BRICKS


INCAN FARMING


Khipu – The Incan “written” language


The Incas downfall

  • Read “Spanish Rule” on page 261.

  • Shortly after Columbus and Hernan Cortes, Francisco Pizarro from Spain arrived in the Andes.

  • Reflect back to the Aztec civilization.

  • Flip back to page 174


Spanish Rule

  • Pizarro conquered the Incas and Spain ruled most of the western South America for about 300 years.


Meanwhile…..

  • On the other side of South America, the Portuguese were claiming lands in the area of Brazil.

  • Spain and Portugal began disputing over land in South America.


Spain vs. Portugal (**Not in textbook)

  • The Treaty of Tordesillas solved the dispute.

  • In the Treaty, Spain claimed lands west of the line and Portugal claimed lands east of the line.


The Treaty of Tordesillas

  • The significance of the Treaty of Tordesillas:

  • Most of Latin America (area south of the United States) speaks Spanish today and has a heavy Spanish cultural influence, while Brazil speaks Portuguese and has a heavy Portuguese cultural influence.


The Treaty of Tordesillas

  • The significance of the Treaty of Tordesillas:

  • Most of Latin America (area south of the United States) speaks Spanish today and has a heavy Spanish cultural influence, while Brazil speaks Portuguese and has a heavy Portuguese cultural influence.


In conclusion….

  • Spain and Portugal agreed to a treaty to settle their lands.

  • What about England and France?


South American Independence!

After about 300 years of Spanish rule, South American countries began fighting back. A man named Simon Bolivar played a key role in gaining independence for many countries.

Read page 221 “Biography: Simon Bolivar”

View BrainPop “Simon Bolivar”


28. Venezuela

27. Guyana

26. Suriname

16. Colombia

25. French Guiana

17. Ecuador

24. Brazil

18. Peru

23. Bolivia

19. Chile

22. Paraguay

21. Uruguay

20. Argentina


Q. Amazon River

O. Andes Mountains

P. Tropic of Capricorn


In conclusion…


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