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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 table please do so.

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Vocab Word Search (pages 534 - 539):

Cartography -

Vasco da Gama -

Christopher Columbus -

Amerigo Vespucci -

Ferdinand Magellan -

Circumnavigate -

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Vocab Word Search (pages 534 - 539):

The science of making maps and globes.

Cartography -

Vasco da Gama -

Christopher Columbus -

Amerigo Vespucci -

Ferdinand Magellan -

Circumnavigate -

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Vocab Word Search (pages 534 - 539):

The science of making maps and globes.

Cartography -

A Portuguese captain in 1497.

Vasco da Gama -

Christopher Columbus -

Amerigo Vespucci -

Ferdinand Magellan -

Circumnavigate -

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Vocab Word Search (pages 534 - 539):

The science of making maps and globes.

Cartography -

A Portuguese captain in 1497.

Vasco da Gama -

A sailor from Italy.

Christopher Columbus -

Amerigo Vespucci -

Ferdinand Magellan -

Circumnavigate -

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Vocab Word Search (pages 534 - 539):

The science of making maps and globes.

Cartography -

A Portuguese captain in 1497.

Vasco da Gama -

A sailor from Italy.

Christopher Columbus -

An Italian navigator.

Amerigo Vespucci -

Ferdinand Magellan -

Circumnavigate -

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Vocab Word Search (pages 534 - 539):

The science of making maps and globes.

Cartography -

A Portuguese captain in 1497.

Vasco da Gama -

A sailor from Italy.

Christopher Columbus -

An Italian navigator.

Amerigo Vespucci -

Launched an ambitious voyage from Spain in 1519.

Ferdinand Magellan -

Circumnavigate -

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Vocab Word Search (pages 534 - 539):

The science of making maps and globes.

Cartography -

A Portuguese captain in 1497.

Vasco da Gama -

A sailor from Italy.

Christopher Columbus -

An Italian navigator.

Amerigo Vespucci -

Launched an ambitious voyage from Spain in 1519.

Ferdinand Magellan -

Circumnavigate -

To sail completely around.

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The Voyages of Discovery

How did advances in technology spur new voyages of discovery?

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Read the section The Birth of Cartography on page 534 answer these questions:

1) How are maps described during the Middle Ages and what did they only show?

2) What were cartographers able to do during the Renaissance?

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Read the section The Birth of Cartography on page 534 answer these questions:

1) How are maps described during the Middle Ages and what did they only show? They were inaccurate and only showed three continents.

2) What were cartographers able to do during the Renaissance?

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Read the section The Birth of Cartography on page 534 answer these questions:

1) How are maps described during the Middle Ages and what did they only show? They were inaccurate and only showed three continents.

2) What were cartographers able to do during the Renaissance? They made more accurate maps and globes.

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Middle Ages

Just after the Renaissance.

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Advances in Navigation

Does anyone recognize this?

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Read the section Advances in Navigation on page 535 and answer these questions:

1) What invention did early explorers use and where was it invented?

2) What other invention did early explorers use, what did it allow them to determine and how?

3) How did these inventions assist sailors with navigation?

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Read the section Advances in Navigation on page 535 and answer these questions:

1) What invention did early explorers use and where was it invented? They used the compass, which was invented in China.

2) What other invention did early explorers use, what did it allow them to determine and how?

3) How did these inventions assist sailors with navigation?

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Read the section Advances in Navigation on page 535 and answer these questions:

1) What invention did early explorers use and where was it invented? They used the compass, which was invented in China.

2) What other invention did early explorers use, what did it allow them to determine and how? They used the astrolabe, which determined the ships's north-south position based on measurements of the stars.

3) How did these inventions assist sailors with navigation?

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Read the section Advances in Navigation on page 535 and answer these questions:

1) What invention did early explorers use and where was it invented? They used the compass, which was invented in China.

2) What other invention did early explorers use, what did it allow them to determine and how? They used the astrolabe, which determined the ships's north-south position based on measurements of the stars.

3) How did these inventions assist sailors with navigation? Sailors could navigate without reference to land.

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Astrolabe

Chinese Compass

Helped sailors determine a ships north-south position.

Allowed sailors to navigate without need of the sun and stars.

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Read the section The Shipbuilding Revolution on page 535 and answer these questions:

1) What type of ship did European craft workers invent and how are these ships described?

2) What was a galleon and what was it used for?

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Read the section The Shipbuilding Revolution on page 535 and answer these questions:

1) What type of ship did European craft workers invent and how are these ships described? They worked on a caravel, a small narrow ship with two or three masts and triangular sails.

2) What was a galleon and what was it used for?

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Read the section The Shipbuilding Revolution on page 535 and answer these questions:

1) What type of ship did European craft workers invent and how are these ships described? They worked on a caravel, a small narrow ship with two or three masts and triangular sails.

2) What was a galleon and what was it used for? A large, fast ship with three masts and both square and triangular sails, These ships carried trade goods and treasures.

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The Portuguese Sail East

Bartholomeu Dias

Vasco da Gama

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Read the section The Portuguese Sail East on page 536 and answer these questions:

1) Who was Bartholomeu Dias and what discovery did he make?

2) Where did Vasco da Gama sail and when he returned what had he charted.

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Read the section The Portuguese Sail East on page 536 and answer these questions:

1) Who was Bartholomeu Dias and what discovery did he make? He was a Portuguese captain who was the first to sail past the Cape of Good Hope at the southern tip of Africa.

2) Where did Vasco da Gama sail and when he returned what had he charted.

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Read the section The Portuguese Sail East on page 536 and answer these questions:

1) Who was Bartholomeu Dias and what discovery did he make? He was a Portuguese captain who was the first to sail past the Cape of Good Hope at the southern tip of Africa.

2) Where did Vasco da Gama sail and when he returned what had he charted. He sailed around the Cape of Good Hope and then to India. He had charted a round-trip route from Europe to Asia.

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Bartholomeu Dias

Vasco da Gama

Discovers the Cape of Good Hope

He charted a round-trip route from Europe to Asia.

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Read the sections Columbus Sails West & Vespucci Names a “New World” on page 508 and answer these questions:

1) Who backed Columbus in his voyage, when did he leave?

2) What ocean did Columbus cross and what did he believe he found?

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Read the sections Columbus Sails West & Vespucci Names a “New World” on page 508 and answer these questions:

1) Who backed Columbus in his voyage, when did he leave? He was backed by the rulers of Spain and left in August 1492.

2) What ocean did Columbus cross and what did he believe he found?

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Read the sections Columbus Sails West & Vespucci Names a “New World” on page 508 and answer these questions:

1) Who backed Columbus in his voyage, when did he leave? He was backed by the rulers of Spain and left in August 1492.

2) What ocean did Columbus cross and what did he believe he found? He crossed the Atlantic and believed he had found a gateway to Asia.

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Read the sections Columbus Sails West & Vespucci Names a “New World” on page 508 and answer these questions:

3) In Vespucci’s report what did he conclude that Columbus actually found?

4) What did a German cartographer name the newly discovered lands and why?

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Read the sections Columbus Sails West & Vespucci Names a “New World” on page 508 and answer these questions:

3) In Vespucci’s report what did he conclude that Columbus actually found? He concluded that Columbus actually found "The Indies" and that they were part of the "New World."

4) What did a German cartographer name the newly discovered lands and why?

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Read the sections Columbus Sails West & Vespucci Names a “New World” on page 508 and answer these questions:

3) In Vespucci’s report what did he conclude that Columbus actually found? He concluded that Columbus actually found "The Indies" and that they were part of the "New World."

4) What did a German cartographer name the newly discovered lands and why? He named them America, which is a Latin version of Vespucci's first name.

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Read the section Magellan’s Crew Circles the World on pages 537 - 538 and answer these questions:

1) What did Magellan hope to find on his voyage and what did he know that Columbus didn't know?

2) What ocean did Magellan cross and what did he claim for Spain?

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Read the section Magellan’s Crew Circles the World on pages 537 - 538 and answer these questions:

1) What did Magellan hope to find on his voyage and what did he know that Columbus didn't know? He had hoped to find a western route to Asia and he knew a continent stood in his way.

2) What ocean did Magellan cross and what did he claim for Spain?

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Read the section Magellan’s Crew Circles the World on pages 537 - 538 and answer these questions:

1) What did Magellan hope to find on his voyage and what did he know that Columbus didn't know? He had hoped to find a western route to Asia and he knew a continent stood in his way.

2) What ocean did Magellan cross and what did he claim for Spain? He crossed Pacific Ocean and he claimed the Philippine Islands for Spain.

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Read the section Magellan’s Crew Circles the World on pages 537 - 538 and answer these questions:

3) How many crew members did Magellan start off with, how long was the voyage and how many of his crew survived?

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Read the section Magellan’s Crew Circles the World on pages 537 - 538 and answer these questions:

3) How many crew members did Magellan start off with, how long was the voyage and how many of his crew survived? He started of with 250 crewmen, he sailed for three years, and ended up with only 18 crewmen.

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Voyages of Discovery (Video):

1) During 1487 - 1522 what countries set out to discover other parts of the world?

2) Who did the Portuguese bring back with them from their explorations in 1441?

3) Why was the exploration of the Western coast of Africa important?

4) What wasn't known by the 1400s and who did the Portuguese send to find it out?

5) What was finally discovered about the continent of Africa?

6) What did King John II name the tip of Africa that was discovered by Dias?

Portugal, England and Spain.

Enslaved Africans.

Europeans wanted to find a sea way to India (Asia).

If African continent extended to the South Pole. They sent Dias.

It had a southern tip.

The Cape of Good Hope.

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Use the textbook and the notes in your journal to complete the following map.

Directions: Choose three early explorers and write a complete sentence for each of them that describes what voyage that they took.

Early Explorers

Name

Name

Name

One complete sentence

One complete sentence

One complete sentence

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Use the textbook and the notes in your journal to complete the following map.

Early Explorers

Columbus.

Magellan.

Dias.

He discovered The Cape of Good Hope.

He circumnavigated the world.

Discovered the New World.

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Homework:

European Explorer

Draw a picture:

Name of Explorer:

What did they do:

Use pages 534 - 539 out of your textbook. Select a European Explorer and create a profile on them.

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Homework:

European Explorer

Draw a picture:

Name of Explorer:

Bartholomeu Dias

What did they do:

He was a Portuguese sailor who

was sent to discover if the

continent of Africa reached all

the way south to the South Pole.

He discovered it didn't and his

discovery was named the Cape

of Good Hope.

Use pages 534 - 539 out of your textbook. Select a European Explorer and create a profile on them.