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Please enter the room quietly and make note of the daily objective, class work and 
homework in your agendas. Will the person responsible for retrieving 
the journals for your row please do so. . Vocab Word Search (pages 547 - 551): . Missionary -. Mission -. Columbian Exchange -.

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Please enter the room quietly and make note of the daily objective, class work and 
homework in your agendas.

Will the person responsible for retrieving 
the journals for your row please do so.

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Vocab Word Search (pages 547 - 551):

Missionary -

Mission -

Columbian Exchange -

Hemisphere -

Grant -

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Vocab Word Search (pages 547 - 551):

Church members who try to convert people to a 
particular religion.

Missionary -

Mission -

Columbian Exchange -

Hemisphere -

Grant -

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Vocab Word Search (pages 547 - 551):

Church members who try to convert people to a 
particular religion.

Missionary -

A religious settlement or base where missionaries 
work.

Mission -

Columbian Exchange -

Hemisphere -

Grant -

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Vocab Word Search (pages 547 - 551):

Church members who try to convert people to a 
particular religion.

Missionary -

A religious settlement or base where missionaries 
work.

Mission -

Columbian Exchange -

The exchange of people, other living things, and ideas between the Eastern and Western hemispheres.

Hemisphere -

Grant -

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Vocab Word Search (pages 547 - 551):

Church members who try to convert people to a 
particular religion.

Missionary -

A religious settlement or base where missionaries 
work.

Mission -

Columbian Exchange -

The exchange of people, other living things, and ideas between the Eastern and Western hemispheres.

Hemisphere -

half of a sphere, or one of the halves of Earth.

Grant -

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Vocab Word Search (pages 547 - 551):

Church members who try to convert people to a 
particular religion.

Missionary -

A religious settlement or base where missionaries 
work.

Mission -

Columbian Exchange -

The exchange of people, other living things, and ideas between the Eastern and Western hemispheres.

Hemisphere -

half of a sphere, or one of the halves of Earth.

to give official permission to do something.

Grant -

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The Planting of Colonies

How did the movement of people lead to the spread of plants, animals, and 
ideas?

From this picture what types of things were transported around the world?

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Trading Posts

Picture of a Portuguese trading post in South America.

How have we learned how trade has helped to change civilizations throughout history?

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Trading Posts

* The Portuguese set up trading posts in Africa, India and Asia.

* They used armed ships to guard these posts which allowed them to trade throughout the Eastern Hemisphere.

* The Dutch government granted the Dutch East India Company power to build forts, attack other countries ships and start war to protect its trade.

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Why do think people wanted to trade with other countries? Why didn't they just attack them and take what they wanted?

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Colonies

From this map which country controlled the majority of the Western Hemisphere?

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Colonies

* The Spanish rushed to set up colonies in America.

*Their success inspired other nations to colonize.

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Colonies

* The Portuguese colonized Brazil for sugar.

* The French colonized in North America for the fur trade.

* The English colonized North America and established Jamestown to grow and trade tobacco.

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The Columbian Exchange

From this picture can you predict what things will be transferred in the Columbian Exchange?

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The Columbian Exchange

* People, plants, animals, ideas and diseases were exchanged between the Western and Eastern Hemisphere.

* Plants from the Western Hemisphere changed peoples eating habits and people ate healthier food.

* Most important crop was corn (maize).

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The Columbian Exchange

* Plantation owners in the Caribbean used enslaved people from Africa to harvest their crops.

* By the 1800s more than 50 Million people from across Europe settled in the Americas.

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What are some things you see in this picture that are from the Eastern Hemisphere that you have eaten?

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Animals Find New Habitats

Did you know that some of the animals that are shown above were not from the Western Hemisphere?

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Animals Find New Habitats

* Columbus introduced horses, cows, pigs, goats and chickens to the Western Hemisphere.

* The horse became central to Native American culture and they used it to hunt buffalo.

* The first cowboys were gauchos from South America and vaqueros from North America.

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Vaqueros

Gaucho

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Other Exchanges

Religion

Ideas

Diseases

Other than people, plants and animals what other things do you think were exchanged?

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Other Exchanges

* The Columbian Exchange resulted in the global exchange of beliefs and ideas.

* Missionaries from Europe spread Christianity to the Americas, Asia and Africa.

* Religions from Asia and Africa came to the Americas.

* Scholars/scientists now believe that diseases traveled between the West and East because of the exchange.

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Important things to remember:

* The Columbian Exchange was the transfer of people, goods, animals, ideas and beliefs between the Eastern (Old World)and Western (New World) Hemispheres.

* The wealth of the Spanish colonies inspired other Europeans to colonize areas of North and South America.

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Africa

India

East Asia

Asia

challenged

India

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Spain

gold rush

bases to raid Spanish ships

Louisiana

East Coast

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Colonies

church members who try to convert people

missions

Native Americans

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the eastern and western hemispheres.

sugar cane

diverse

Diseases

Brazil

horse

Christian

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Homework: Find this diagram on page 550 in your textbook. Choose an item that came from the New World (Western Hemisphere that traved to the Old World (Eastern Hemisphere) and one that came from the Old World to the New World.

Page 550 in your textbook.

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Directions: Use the above diagram to show two items that were exchanged between the Old (Eastern Hemisphere) and New (Western Hemisphere). Write the name of the idem and draw a picture (must be in color).

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Example:

Tobacco was brought from the New World to 
the Old World.

The Christian religion was brought to the 
New World.