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Lesson 15 EQ: What were the motivations behind the New Imperialism?. Objective: SWBAT explain what new imperialism is and how the world was impacted by it Do Now: Look at the political cartoon and answer the questions Homework: Worksheet. Imperialism.

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Objective:

    • SWBAT explain what new imperialism is and how the world was impacted by it
  • Do Now:
    • Look at the political cartoon and answer the questions
  • Homework:
    • Worksheet
imperialism
Imperialism
  • When a strong country conquers and takes over a weaker country
  • The area that is taken over is known as a colony
where
Where?
  • During the 19th century (1800s), many European nations such as Great Britain, France, Germany, and Italy took over lands throughout Africa and Asia
causes of imperialism
Causes of Imperialism
  • As a result of the Industrial Revolution,Europeans wanted raw materials(natural resources)like coal, tin, iron in order to make goods in their factories
the white man s burden by rudyard kipling 1899
The White Man’s BurdenBy: Rudyard Kipling1899

Take up the White Man’s burden–

Send forth the best ye breed–

Go, bind your sons to exile

To serve your captives’ need;

To wait, in heavy harness,

On fluttered folk and wild–

Your new-caught sullen peoples,

Half devil and half child.

causes of imperialism cont
Causes of Imperialism Cont...
  • “White Man’s Burden”
    • Racist poem that encouraged Europeans to civilize (help improve) the people that they took over by teaching them European customs and religious beliefs (like Christianity)
    • The poem referred to the people of Asia and Africa as “half devil” and “half child”
causes of imperialism cont8
Causes of Imperialism Cont...
  • Social Darwinism
    • Idea that it was natural for strong countries (like the European nations) to take over weaker countries (like nations in Africa and Asia)
european nations set up
European Nations set up...
  • Colonies
    • Area under control of a more powerful nation
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European Nations set up...
  • Protectorates
    • A country or region that is controlled by a more powerful country
    • Protected by the more powerful country
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European Nations set up...
  • Spheres of Influence
    • An area of one country under the control of another
    • In China, these areas guaranteed specific trading privileges to each imperialist nation within its respective sphere