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Day 55

Nội dung chính

    Why was economic imperialism important?What are causes of economic imperialism?What economic factors contributed to the imperialism in the global economy between 1750 and 1900?What countries had economic imperialism?

Dates: 1750-1900

Topic #: 5.1-5.2

Required Pre-Reading:

Our Topic: Global Imperialism

Historical Thinking Skill:

Thematic Learning Objectives:
1. Explain how ideologies contributed to the development of imperialism from 1750 to 1900.
2. Explain how various economic factors contributed to the development of the global economy from 1750 to 1900.
3. Explain the relative significance of the effects of imperialism from 1750 to 1900.

Key Concepts:

5.1.E
Trade in some commodities was organized in a way that gave merchants and companies based in Europe and the U.S. a distinct economic advantage.
5.2.I.C
Industrialized states and businesses within those states practiced economic imperialism primarily in Asia and Latin America.
5.2 III.
A range of cultural, religious, and racial
ideologies were used to justify imperialism, including Social Darwinism, nationalism, the concept of the civilizing mission, and the desire to religiously convert indigenous populations.

Documents to be Utilized:

In Class:
1. Global Links and Imperialism Lecture with Cornell Notes
2. Being Timeline

Homework:
Read AMSCO pgs. 375-384

Flashcards:
Quinine
Suez Canal
Scramble for Africa
Berlin Conference
Afrikaners
Boer Wars
King Leopold II
Congo Free State
Taiping Rebellion
Boxer Rebellion
Colonization Society
Siam
Monroe Doctrine
Great Game

Turn in next class:

Independent Study Material:

Day 56

Dates: 1750-1900

Topic #:

Required Pre-Reading:

Our Topic: Effects of Imperialism

Historical Thinking Skill:

Thematic Learning Objectives:
1. Explain how environmental factors contributed to industrialization from 1750-1900.
2. Explain how different modes and locations of production have developed and changed over time.
3. Explain how technology shaped economic production over time.

Key Concepts:

5.1.I.D
As new methods of industrial production became more common in Europe, they spread to other parts of the world (US, Russia, and Nhật bản).
5.2.II.A
The expansion of US and European influence in Asia led to internal reform in Nhật bản that supported industrialization and led to growing regional power in Nhật bản in the Meiji Era.

Documents to be Utilized:

In Class:
1. Turkey, China, Nhật bản, and the West Annotated Timeline

Homework:
Read AMSCO pgs. 388-394

Flashcards:
Nationalism in the Balkan Peninsula
Proclamation of 1763
Indian Removal Act (1830)
Ghost Dance
Tupac Amaru II
Benito Juarez
Sepoy Mutiny
Indian National Congress
Philippine-American War
Maori Wars
Pan-Africanism
Xhosa Cattle Killing
Samory Toure’s War
Mahdist Revolt
Yaa Asantewaa War

Turn in next class:

Independent Study Material:

Day 57

Dates: 1750-1900

Topic #:

Required Pre-Reading:

Our Topic:

Historical Thinking Skill:

Thematic Learning Objectives:
1. Explain how ideologies contributed to the development of imperialism from 1750 to 1900.
2. Explain how various economic factors contributed to the development of the global economy from 1750 to 1900.
3. Explain the relative significance of the effects of imperialism from 1750 to 1900.

Key Concepts:

5.1.E
Trade in some commodities was organized in a way that gave merchants and companies based in Europe and the U.S. a distinct economic advantage.
5.2.I.C
Industrialized states and businesses within those states practiced economic imperialism primarily in Asia and Latin America.
5.2 III.
A range of cultural, religious, and racial
ideologies were used to justify imperialism, including Social Darwinism, nationalism, the concept of the civilizing mission, and the desire to religiously convert indigenous populations.

Documents to be Utilized:

In Class:
1. Annotated Map of Imperialism

Homework:
Read AMSCO pgs. 398-403 and 407-413

Flashcards:
Railroads effects on Colonies
Cecil Rhoades
Guano
Charles Goodyear
Palm Oil
Monocultures
Spice Islands
Opium War
Treaty of Nanking
Pampas
Rubber in Brazil
Banana Republics

Turn in next class:

Independent Study Material:

Day 58

Dates: 1750-1900

Topic #:

Required Pre-Reading:

Our Topic:

Historical Thinking Skill:

Thematic Learning Objectives:
1. Explain how ideologies contributed to the development of imperialism from 1750 to 1900.
2. Explain how various economic factors contributed to the development of the global economy from 1750 to 1900.
3. Explain the relative significance of the effects of imperialism from 1750 to 1900.

Key Concepts:

5.1.E
Trade in some commodities was organized in a way that gave merchants and companies based in Europe and the U.S. a distinct economic advantage.
5.2.I.C
Industrialized states and businesses within those states practiced economic imperialism primarily in Asia and Latin America.
5.2 III.
A range of cultural, religious, and racial
ideologies were used to justify imperialism, including Social Darwinism, nationalism, the concept of the civilizing mission, and the desire to religiously convert indigenous populations.

Documents to be Utilized:

In Class:
1. Annotated Map of Imperialism

Homework:
Read AMSCO pgs. 417-424 and 429-435

Flashcards:
British Penal Colonies
French Penal Colonies
Reasons for Migration: India
Reasons for Migration: China
Reasons for Migration: Ireland
Great Famine
Reasons for Migration: Italy
Ethnic Enclaves
Mauritius
Porfirio Diaz
Chinese Immigration and Restriction Act
White Australia Policy

Turn in next class:

Independent Study Material:

Day 59

Dates: 1750-1900

Topic #: 5.1-5.4

Required Pre-Reading:

Our Topic: Effects of Imperialism

Historical Thinking Skill:

Thematic Learning Objectives:
1. Explain how ideologies contributed to the development of imperialism from 1750 to 1900.
2. Explain how and why internal and external factors have influenced the process of state building from 1750-1900.
3. Explain the relative significance of the effects of imperialism from 1750 to 1900.

Key Concepts:

KC-5.1
The development of industrial capitalism led to increased standards of living for some, and to continued improvement in manufacturing methods that increased the availability, affordability, and variety of consumer goods.
KC-5.2 As states industrialized, they also expanded existing overseas empires and established new colonies and transoceanic
relationships.
KC-5.3 The 18th century marked the beginning of an intense period of revolution and rebellion against existing governments, leading to the establishment of new nation-states around the world.
KC-5.4 As a result of the emergence of transoceanic empires and a global capitalist economy, migration patterns changed dramatically, and the numbers of migrants increased significantly

Documents to be Utilized:

In Class:
1. Survival in the Modern Period: How did they do it?
2. Document Practice

Homework:
STUDY FOR DBQ

Use the following to help you:
Freeman-pedia 1750-1900
Effects on Colonies
Railways in Colonies

Flashcards:

Turn in next class:

Independent Study Material:

Day 60

Dates: 1750-1900

Topic #: 5.2

Required Pre-Reading:

Our Topic: Effects of Imperialism

Historical Thinking Skill:

Thematic Learning Objectives:
1. Compare processes by which state power shifted in various parts of the world from 1750 to 1900.

Key Concepts:

KC-5.2.I.A Some states with existing colonies strengthened their control over those colonies and in some cases assumed direct control over colonies previously held by non-state entities.
KC-5.2.I.C Many European states used both warfare and diplomacy to expand their empires in Africa.
KC-5.2.I.D Europeans established settler colonies in some parts of
their empires.

Documents to be Utilized:

In Class:
DBQ #2: Railways in Colonies

Homework:
Work on flashcards—due next class

Flashcards:

Turn in next class:
FLASHCARD CHECK NEXT CLASS!

Independent Study Material:

Day 61

Dates: 1750-1900

Topic #: 5.1.II.A

Required Pre-Reading:

Our Topic: Effects of Imperialism

Historical Thinking Skill:

Thematic Learning Objectives:
1. Explain how various environmental factors contributed to the development of the global economy from 1750 to 1900.

Key Concepts:

KC-5.1.II.A
The need for raw materials for factories and increased food supplies for the growing population in urban centers led to the growth of export economies around the world that specialized in commercial extraction of natural resources and the production of food and industrial crops. The profits from these raw materials were used to purchase
finished goods.
          Resource export economies:
                 § Cotton production in Egypt
                 § Rubber extraction in the Amazon and the Congo basin
                 § The
palm oil trade in West Africa
                 § The guano industries in Peru and Chile
                 § Meat from Argentina and Uruguay
                 § Diamonds from Africa

Documents to be Utilized:

In Class:
1. Global Economic Development from 1750-1900 Jigsaw

Homework:

STUDY

Flashcards:

Turn in next class:

Independent Study Material:

Day 62

Dates: 1750-1900

Topic #: All of units 5 and 6

Required Pre-Reading:

Our Topic: Study and Recap

Historical Thinking Skill:

Thematic Learning Objectives:
All of units 5 and 6

Key Concepts:

All of units 5 and 6

Documents to be Utilized:

In Class:
1. Unit Recap and Review

Homework:

STUDY

Flashcards:

Turn in next class:

Independent Study Material:

Day 63

Dates: 1750-1900

Topic #: All of units 5 and 6

Required Pre-Reading:

Our Topic: Test

Historical Thinking Skill:

Thematic Learning Objectives:
All of units 5 and 6

Key Concepts:
All of units 5 and 6

Documents to be Utilized:

In Class:
1. Unit 5 and 6 Test

Homework:
Take a break!

Flashcards:

Turn in next class:

Independent Study Material:

Why was economic imperialism important?

Economic imperialism allowed industrial powers and corporations to control the economies of colonized economies and independent nations with export economies. Economic imperialism relied on foreign investment and debt to give outside control over colonized economies.

What are causes of economic imperialism?

ECONOMIC motives included the desire to make money, to expand and control foreign trade, to create new markets for products, to acquire raw materials and cheap labor, to compete for investments and resources, and to export industrial technology and transportation methods.

What economic factors contributed to the imperialism in the global economy between 1750 and 1900?

Mercantilism to capitalism. Factors such as Social Darwinism, nationalism, and the civilizing mission were factors that contributed to imperialism in this period.

What countries had economic imperialism?

Britain , France , Germany , Russia , and the Netherlands continued to colonize during this era, but they also devised other ways to spread their empires. In the late 19th century Nhật bản and the United States joined the European nations as an imperialist power.
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