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Chapter 23 - Transoceanic Encounters & the Columbian Exchange. Bell Ringer Essential Questions Brainstorm answers to the following:. Using examples from the power point and your reading, how did the first age of globalization (trade) affect society and politics?

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Bell Ringer Essential Questions ExchangeBrainstorm answers to the following:

  • Using examples from the power point and your reading, how did the first age of globalization (trade) affect society and politics?

  • How did technologies help Europeans explore and build trading empires?

  • What new global patterns resulted from the European Age of Exploration?


Exploration map
Exploration Map Exchange










Traded goods
Traded Goods Exchange


Casava
Casava Exchange


Manioc
Manioc Exchange


Corn Exchange


Potatoes
Potatoes Exchange


Tobacco
Tobacco Exchange


Peruvian music
Peruvian Music Exchange

Pre-Columbian tradition

  • Wind instruments

  • Percussion


Ocarinas
Ocarinas Exchange


Horn putu antara
Horn ( Exchangeputu), Antara


Pututo
Pututo Exchange


Ch c ch s or chullus
Chác-Chás Exchangeor chullus


Palo de lluvia
Palo de Lluvia Exchange


Spanish influence stringed instruments
Spanish Influence (stringed instruments) Exchange

Guitar charango – made with armadilloshell;


§ ExchangeAndean harp

§Mandolin


Characteristics of spanish music dances
Characteristics of ExchangeSpanish music & dances

§Introduction of Spanish

§  Introduction of Christianity

§  Introduction of European tunes;




Cajita criolla
Cajita criolla Exchange


Characteristics of african music dances
Characteristics of African Music /Dances Exchange

§ Call and response, syncopated rhythms

§  Purposes – Religious, Playful or celebratory, Flirtatious; Protest; Competition.


African examples
African Examples Exchange

§  Alcatraz

§ Pregones

§ ToroMata


Landó Exchange


Marinera
Marinera Exchange


Essential questions
Essential Questions Exchange

  • Using examples from the power point and your reading, how did the first age of globalization (trade) affect society and politics?

  • How did technologies help Europeans explore and build trading empires?

  • What new global patterns resulted from the European Age of Exploration?


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