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  1. Sept 12-13, 2013 • Objective:Students will analyze maps to create European colonies and describe in a written response how landforms determine location of colonial development for raw materials to increase their nation’s wealth. Colonization

  2. “Was mercantilism beneficial or harmful to colonists’ economic activities?” Use RACE by referencing the role play and your notes to support your answer. Warm Up

  3. Quick Assessment • According to the theory of mercantilism, colonies should be a. encouraged to develop their own industries. b. granted independence as soon as possible. c. considered an economic burden for the colonial power. d. acquired as markets and sources of raw materials.

  4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqaVqS1kXCs

  5. Cycle of Colonization Explorers Conquerors OfficialEuropeanColony! Missionaries PermanentSettlers

  6. “South America and Europe” • p 109 • p.127 • Note ‘land use’ terms on the map.

  7. nomadic herding – farmers who move from place to place because of a lack of nutrition and minerals in the soil and who are animal-dependent for food, clothing (from wool, hair or skins), transport and shelter.

  8. livestock raising - animals raised to produce food, clothing fibers, and labor (work). • See next slide for examples.

  9. alpaca – wool • camel – dairy, meat, transport • cattle, goat – meat, dairy, leather • deer – meat, leather • llama – meat, wool, transport

  10. subsistence agriculture – production of crops to feed you and your family.

  11. commercial agriculture – production of crops intended for sale.

  12. bauxite – source for aluminum

  13. Absolute location – identifying the exact location using latitude and longitude coordinates. • Relative location – identifying the location by including other locations that are nearby.

  14. See group instructions 1-5. Create a presentation.

  15. Include: • 6. a flag and a map. • 7. one rule of law for your colony. • 8. group names on back. • Be sure everyone has a speaking part during your presentation next class of 1-8. Create a presentation.

  16. ‘Rule of law’ example: ‘Every man is a property owner, and "has a Vote in public Affairs, lives in a tidy, warm House, has plenty of good Food and Fuel, with whole clothes from Head to Foot, the Manufacture perhaps of his own family.”’ - Benjamin Franklin

  17. http://nativeamericanhistory.about.com/od/nativeconceptsandperspectives/a/American-Colonialism-101.htmhttp://nativeamericanhistory.about.com/od/nativeconceptsandperspectives/a/American-Colonialism-101.htm Works cited