Vocabulary • mission • colony • conquest • Columbian Exchange • ally • convert • missionary • colonist • conquistador • plantation • ecomienda • society • expedition
mission (mission impossible theme song) a mission is…… a settlement…….. for missionaries (make hands that pray) REPEAT
What is the connection? mission - missionary colony - colonist conquest - conquistador
Columbian Exchange The exchange of people, animals, plants, cultures and diseases between the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.
Columbian Exchange (Y.M.C.A) It is the transfer of peee-ple and plants. It is the transfer of an-i-mals tooooo. Across the ocean, To a different land, It’s the Columbian Exchange!
Ally (Dr. Pepper Song) You're an ally He's an ally She's an ally We're all allies Wouldn't you want a friend to help you fight?
Convert (homophone) con·vert´ change from one religion to another con´·vert a person who was convinced to change their mind
Convert • (Sing to “Whose Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf”) • The missionary came, • Now I am a convert. • Am a convert. • Am a convert. • The missionary came, • Now I am a convert, • Because I changed religions.
Plantation (Sing to the Bob Evan’s Jingle) Plantation- It’s a large farm. Plantation- It’s a large farm.
Ecomieda a grant (legal permission) that gave plantation owners control over the Native American People on their land. • care for them • convert them into Christianity • take the crops the Native Americans grew
Table Talk Do you think this was a fair deal for the Native Americans? Explain your answer.
Society a group of people forming a community
Society (Sing to “Rubber Ducky”) Ohh, society-you’re the one. I’m together with everyone. In society I’m never looooonely Ohh, society you’re everywhere. Friends and neighbors-here and there. It’s the people that make up SOCIETY!
Textbook pgs. 126-127 Look at the illustration: What story does it show? Do you notice any contrasts between the people? What is the tone of the picture?
Timelines Timelines help us understand when important historical events took place and what other events were happening in the world at that same time.
Textbook pgs. 126-127 Look at the timeline below the picture: What is the range of the timeline? What important event begins the timeline? How did this event create the rest of the events?
Textbook pgs. 126-127 Which event on the timeline shows that settlements were created in what is now Canada? How many years passed between Columbus landing and the arrival of the Pilgrims? How much time passed between the arrival of the pilgrims and the settling of Georgia?
Turn the Page This is a timeline of people's lives. All of these people were important during the exploration and colonization of the Americas (North, South, and Central)
Which person lived the longest? Who had the shortest life? How were Samuel de Champlain, William Penn and John Smith similar? Which people lived during part of Squanto's life? How were Squanto and Pocahontas similar?
Sequence • when reading your social studies book, it is important to understand the order that things happen • as a table, read the passage and make a list of the important events in the order that they occurred
Sequence • Europeans explored Africa and Asia • 1492 Columbus sails across the Atlantic • Spain sends more explorers, priests, soldiers, and settlers • 1521 Spanish conquer the Aztecs • 1533 Spanish conquer the Incas • 1535 New Spain is formed in Americas
Sequence • 1587 English set up a colony on Roanoke Island • 1590 the colony and its people have disappeared • 1607 English colony Jamestown settled • 1608 French established colony Quebec settled • Later Quebec was capital of New France
Sequence • 1620 English settlers land at Plymouth • 1624 Dutch started New Amsterdam on Manhattan Island (now New York) • 1630 a large group of English Puritans arrive at Massachusetts Bay • Eventually 13 English colonies are formed along the eastern coast of America
Table Talk Can you find any cause-effect relationships among the events on this timeline?