The Great Age of Exploration 1400-1550 Warm-Up Begin: KWL Charts 1st: fill out the Know Section: tell me using complete sentences what you already know about The Great Age of Exploration 1400-1550 2nd: Fill out the Want to know Section: tell me using complete sentences what you wish to learn about The Great Age of Exploration 1400-1550 3rd: we will fill out the Learned Section at the end of the Explorers Unit!!
Use Power Point to take Funky Notes Directions • Funky notes are colorful and creative and stick out in your memory! You do not want them to be boring! Use colored pencils, highlighters, markers, pens, or creative writing. You can draw cartoons to go with your notes to help them stand out in your memory. • Note: these notes are very important! They are a grade, and you will need them for your test and culminating project for the Explorers Unit.
The Great Age of Exploration 1400-1550 Use this Presentation to take funky Notes! These funky Notes are your study guide for the Explorers Unit Test! By: Ms. Caldwell
Objectives: Competency Goals: 7.h.2.1 analyze the effects of social, economic, military and political conflict among nations, regions, and groups (e.g. war, genocide, imperialism and colonization).
Age of Exploration-Early 15th to 17th century when European sailors explored many parts of the world, especially North America. Explorers were in search for gold, silver, and spices
Concepts to know • Movement • Location • Physical education • Supply and demand • Technology • Conquest • Conflict • Imperialism • Colonialism • Cooperation v.s. Competition
Key Vocabulary/ Words that matter!!!
Global Age • A time when all civilizations can be in contact with others around the world.
Explorers • A person who travels in search of geographical or scientific information
Compass • A device for determining directions by means of a magnetic needle or group of needles turning freely on a pivot and pointing to the magnetic north.
Missionaries • A person undertaking a mission and especially a religious mission
Astrolabe • A compact instrument used to observe and calculate the position of celestial bodies
Cargo • The goods or merchandise conveyed in a ship, airplane, or vehicles
Circumnavigate • To circumnavigate a place, such as an island, a continent, or the earth, is to travel all the way around it by boat.
Armada • A word of Spanish origin similar to navy or fleet (Look up the Spanish Armada of 1588)
Conquistador • one of the Spanish conquerors of Mexico and Peru who took part in the conquest of large parts of the Americas and Asia, bringing them under Spanish colonial rule between the 15th and 19th centuries.
In the 1400s • Europeans began to sail around the globe
Exit Task Quiz*use exit note card to complete • In the 1400s ______ began sailing around the globe. • _________ is a time when all civilizations can be in contact with others around the world.
Key Questions -What technologies made exploration possible? -How did exploration lead to colonialism? -How did exploration boost nationalism?
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