Chinese Fight Against Takeover Imperialism in China
UEQ and LEQ • UEQ: • LEQ:
Vocabulary • Opium War • Extraterritorial Rights • Taiping Rebellion • Sphere of Influence • Open Door Policy • Boxer Rebellion
Warm Up: Tell Me What You Know and Think • Two Part Free Write • Complete the Two Parts for this Free Write Activity in 10 minutes or less. • Part 1: Explain to me in sentence form, what you already know about China. (Can be anything you know) • Part 2: Carefully study the picture to the right and describe what is going on and how the picture relates to China and Imperialism.
What You Know and See What You Already Know??? Cartoon: What You See???
China and Europe • China rejected and fought back against European control because the country had everything its people needed.
Foldable Graphic Organizer Creation • Directions: You will create a foldable to help you see what internal (inside) and external (outside) problems China faced that led to its control by European countries. • Follow along with my directions as we make the foldable. • Work together in groups or with partners using pages 371 to 373 to find the problems the Chinese faced within their country and outside of it.
Open Door Policy • Problem: China’s ally, the United States, agreed with other European countries that China should be “open” for trading and business with all European countries. • Protection: China was free from being colonized (taken over) by other European countries.