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Standard: SS6H6d

Standard: SS6H6d

Standard: SS6H6d. Explain the impact of European empire building in Africa and Asia on the out break of World War I. Essential Question: How did the existence of large European colonial empires in Africa and Asia impact the outbreak of World War I ? (SS6H6d).

By bernad
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Europeans Build New Empires

Europeans Build New Empires

Section 1. Europeans Build New Empires. Objectives. Analyze the causes of the “ new imperialism. ” Explain why Western imperialism spread so rapidly. Describe how imperial governments ruled their empires. Terms and People.

By omer
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American Imperialism

American Imperialism

American Imperialism. Alaska. Russia needed money. US offered to buy Alaska in 1867. We hoped that we could use it as a base for trading with Asia and to encroach on Canada. Alaska bought for $7.2 million. “Seward’s Folly” Gold, oil, resources. Opening Up Japan.

By jana
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Effects of Imperialism

Effects of Imperialism

Effects of Imperialism. World Civilizations Mr. Hawthorne. Introduction. While imperialism certainly had an immediate impact, it had several powerful long-term effects which are still noticeable today. 1. Income Gap. The rich got richer and the poor got poorer.

By cleopatra
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The Napoleonic Wars

The Napoleonic Wars

The Napoleonic Wars. 1799-1815. Objective. To understand the rise of Napoleon To understand the consequences of the Napoleonic Wars. The Rise of Napoleon Bonaparte. Born in 1769 in Corsica into a poor noble family Promoted to general in 1793 after driving out the British

By bly
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Teaching and Learning in the

Teaching and Learning in the

Teaching and Learning in the. Classroom: Implementing the 3™ Model . Dr. Judith Smith, Designer. Teaching and Learning in the Classroom. Why do you want to learn? - Post on the chart. - Compare answers. . Needs for Learning. Purpose Prior Knowledge Trusting Relationships.

By calum
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The Middle East

The Middle East

The Middle East. Religion & Politics. Judaism, Christianity & Islam. Similarities Belief in one God (monotheism) All 3 trace their roots to Abraham Palestine is the holy land Social Justice is key part of all 3 religions. Judaism. Pentateuch / Torah 1 st 5 books of the Old Testament

By avak
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Industrialization and Social Darwinism

Industrialization and Social Darwinism

Industrialization and Social Darwinism . The Social and Economic Context of Social Darwinism. Social Darwinism Defined. Social Darwinism is the (mis)application of and (over) extension of Darwin’s theory to explain human society.

By hayden
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The Atlantic World

The Atlantic World

The Atlantic World. Chapter Four 1300s-1800s. The Age of Exploration. What was the Age of Exploration? A time period when Europeans began to explore the rest of the world How was this possible? Improvements in mapmaking, shipbuilding, rigging, and navigation made long voyages possible

By avedis
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European Partitioning Across Africa

European Partitioning Across Africa

European Partitioning Across Africa. Colonization, Conflict, & Artificial Boundaries. Trade Routes. Europeans first became interested in Africa for trade route purposes. They were looking for ways to avoid the taxes of the Arab and Ottoman empires in Southwest Asia.

By nasia
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New Global connections

New Global connections

New Global connections . Topic 2 Vega. Topic 2.1. Europeans explore overseas Objectives Identify the major causes of exploration Analyze early Portuguese and Spanish exploration & Expansion How the Portuguese established a foothold on Africa’s Coasts

By tiger
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The Rise and Fall of Napoleon Bonaparte

The Rise and Fall of Napoleon Bonaparte

The Rise and Fall of Napoleon Bonaparte. The Directory 1795-1799. After the Reign of Terror people want a new government and new constitution. The Name of this new government is the Directory. Legislature is elected by the people. 5 elected directors made up the executive.

By brier
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The End of WWII

The End of WWII

The End of WWII. Holocaust & Outcomes of WWII. What is genocide ?. The systematic and purposeful destruction of a racial, political, religious or cultural group. Why did Germany target the Jews?. Before the 19th century, most anti-Semitism was primarily religious in nature.

By kimo
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European Exploration Theme: How and why the Europeans were able to reach out to foreign lands and the results of the “Co

European Exploration Theme: How and why the Europeans were able to reach out to foreign lands and the results of the “Co

European Exploration Theme: How and why the Europeans were able to reach out to foreign lands and the results of the “Columbian Exchange”. Lesson 3. Agenda. European Explorations Explorers Motives Technology Trading Post Empires Trading Posts Philippines Seven Years’ War

By candid
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(10.2) Chapter 16 Turkey, Secularist Reform.

(10.2) Chapter 16 Turkey, Secularist Reform.

(10.2) Chapter 16 Turkey, Secularist Reform. Reform efforts in the Ottoman Empire; secular state under Atatürk and successors; partial return to religion. Map of Turkey. Population of Turkey in millions 1927 13.6 1980 44.7 1990 56.5 2008 73.9.

By mercedes
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LOOKING BACK – Review

LOOKING BACK – Review

LOOKING BACK – Review. B) What is the incentive for a nation to industrialize?. What is required for a nation to industrialize?. 1) Factors of Production Land Labor Capital Entrepreneurs Political Stability Transportation Network Trading Markets. Wealth Power & Nationalism

By easter
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Characteristics of Caribbean Society and Culture

Characteristics of Caribbean Society and Culture

Characteristics of Caribbean Society and Culture. Cultural Diversity. Cultural Diversity The term refers to different ethnic traditions based on race, language, religion, customs and family practices found in one society or region (Mohammed 2007).

By malloren
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Lecture on Warfare

Lecture on Warfare

Lecture on Warfare. How times change!!. Aims. To establish key events over the time period. To explain the role of war and how it impacts upon Russia. To draw broad comparisons between the wars and the consequences. REMEMBER: YOU NEED TO HOVER OVER THE PERIOD TO MAKE SYNTHETIC COMPARISONS.

By pier
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Map of Europe before WWI

Map of Europe before WWI

Map of Europe before WWI. TOPIC : Reasons for War in 1914 OBJECTIVES: 1. Explain the early causes of WWI. 2. Identify the alliances and concerns of each main power. KD ANSWERS: 1. Two things increasing in Europe by 1914: Tension between the main European powers

By andra
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Jefferson

Jefferson

Jefferson. Election of 1800. Presidents and vice presidents were once all part of the same big election Jefferson and Burr (who ran together) both got the same number of votes The House of Reps took 35 votes to break the tie Alexander Hamilton ended the tie. The Duel.

By yepa
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