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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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Chapter 23 - Transoceanic Encounters & the Columbian Exchange


Bell Ringer Essential QuestionsBrainstorm 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


Multinational Corporations


Trade Routes and Silver Flow


Manila Galleon Trade


Puebla (Mexican) Pottery


Guatemalan Nativity


Virgin with Chinese Influence


Filipino-Inspired Virgin


African Slave Trade Map


Traded Goods


Casava


Manioc


Corn


Potatoes


Tobacco


Peruvian Music

Pre-Columbian tradition

  • Wind instruments

  • Percussion


Ocarinas


Horn (putu), Antara


Pututo


Chác-Chás or chullus


Palo de Lluvia


Spanish Influence (stringed instruments)

Guitar charango – made with armadilloshell;


§Andean harp

§Mandolin


Characteristics ofSpanish music & dances

§Introduction of Spanish

§  Introduction of Christianity

§  Introduction of European tunes;


African Instruments (Percussion) - Cajón


Quijada de burro


Cajita criolla


Characteristics of African Music /Dances

§ Call and response, syncopated rhythms

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


African Examples

§  Alcatraz

§ Pregones

§ ToroMata


Landó


Marinera


Essential Questions

  • 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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