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  1. Lesson 5: New Imperialism and the Scramble for Africa Lesson Questions: What motivated the industrial nations to conquer new territories, and what means did they use? How did European countries take over the African continent and what effect did it have on the different African peoples? Lesson Objectives: The students will understand the reasons and methods of the new phase of European and North American imperialism between 1869 and 1914. The students will also understand the means and effects of the European takeover of Africa in the 1880s.

  2. Individual Readings: Political Motives Cultural Motives Economic Motives Colonial Agents and Administration Common Reading: The Tools of the Imperialists

  3. Individual Readings: Egypt Western and Equatorial Africa Southern Africa Cultural Responses Common Reading: Political and Social Consequences

  4. Formative Assessment: 1. What motivated the industrial nations to conquer new territories, and what means did they use?

  5. Formative Assessment: 2. How did European countries take over the African continent and what effect did it have on the different African peoples?