SS6H6 The student will analyze the impact of European exploration and colonization on various world regions. a. Identify causes and consequences of European exploration and colonization EQ Why did European explorers take great risk to explore unknown territory? Prince Henry the Navigator Prince
Henry 01/28/2020 Country Timeline Represented Area(s) Explored Portugal Coast of Africa Early 1400s1460
Free template from www.brainybetty.com Importance/ Accomplishme nts School of navigation Resources like gold dust, ivory & knowledge Gained about the world Organized expeditions for sailors to explore
Africa 4 Dias Portugal 1488 Rounded the southern tip of Africa Cape of Good Hope Resources
Gained knowledge for future explorers Country Timeline Places Represe Explored nted Vasco da Portugal Gama 01/28/2020 Late 1490s Made it
around Africa to India (Asia) Importance/Acc. 1st to discover direct sea route to Asia Set up trading posts to bring riches directly back to Europe Portugal now ruled waterways to Asia Free template from www.brainybetty.com
6 Christopher Columbus Columbus Spain 1492 Caribbean Islands (West Indies) Believed he could sail west across Atlantic Ocean to reach Asia Thought he found Asia
but ended up in the Caribbean Sea on an island (West Indies) Gained a more accurate view of world Found New resources Magellan 01/28/2020 Country Represe nted Timeline
Places Explored Importance/Acc. Spain 1519 Left Spain traveled west reached Philippines (Asia) Free template from www.brainybetty.com Crew circumnavigated the earth (sailed completely around)
9 John Cabot England 1497 Newfoundland, Canada Thought a northern route across the Atlantic Ocean
would be a shortcut to Asia Established colonies for England Found new resources II. 1. Spices were in great demand. They were used to preserve meats and fish. Spices were also used to improve the flavor of food.
2. Europeans wanted a new route to Asia because spices and other goods were very expensive. Italian merchants controlled the spice trade. Transporting goods from Asia was very costly, by the time they reached Europe, they were very expensive. 3. a. Imperialism one country takes over and controls another country natives had their land taken over by Europeans b. Religion Missionaries were sent to convert conquered people to Christianity.
c. Diseases Europeans carried deadly diseases like smallpox, measles, and malaria with them and exposed the natives who had no immunity against the diseases. Thousands died. d. Slavery Europeans forced conquered people to work the land where they lived. They were treated harshly and were often killed.
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