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European Dominance Calendar

European Dominance Calendar

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UNIT 5 PART 1 CALENDAR: EUROPEAN DOMINANCE

How did Europe come to dominate and what were the transitions that brought it about? Day/Activity Number 1 2 3 Activity Focus Question

Anticipatory Art Ming China External factors (Japanese Empire, Byzantine Empire, Russian Empire, Islamic world – Safavid, Songhay, Mughal and Ottoman Empires) – JIGSAW (Lockard and Strayer) Enter Europe: Renaissance and Medici family

Does art imitate life? Why was 1434 such a pivotal year for Ming China? What significant role(s) did these empire play in the development of Europe? What’s the empire’s important role(s) in Early Modern History? What makes the Renaissance a transition from the Intermediate Era? How does the Medici family represent the Renaissance? Why is Machiavelli considered a Renaissance thinker? What did the Reformation do to European thinking? How did the Gutenberg printing press revolutionize the world? How did leaders use religion?

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Machiavelli’s The Prince analysis Reformation and Gutenberg Printing Press

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Reformation case study: Henry VIII Luther – movie with PLC Quiz

UNIT 5: PART II CALENDAR: EUROPEAN DOMINANCE
How you Europe come to dominate and what were the transitions that brought it about? Day/Activity Number 10 Activity Focus Question

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Spaghetti Dinner: 1450 and 1520 – activity “Ingredients” included  Ferdinand and Isabella (Exploration Origins) – Lecture PowerPoint Gold, God, Glory: Lockard 433-434 (hw before) Lecture PowerPoint – Pocahontas video clip China vs. Europe: Strayer Pg. 374-378 Venn Diagram w/s

How does exploration represent a transition to the Early Modern Era? / How did exploration start? How do Ferdinand and Isabella use religion? What edge did the Europeans have when they embarked on exploration? How does European exploration compare to Chinese exploration? Why did the Europeans continue a process that the Chinese had deliberately abandoned? What is Jared Diamond’s argument for European domination? How did the Columbian Exchange affect the global economy and why was it a turning point for Europe?

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Gunpowder: Lockard 547-549 (hw before) Guns, Germs and Steel: w/s and - Links Columbian Exchange Charts and Lockard Regional Reading - Germs, food and animals - The Great Dying Columbian Exchange: Impacts PowerPoint Stations Activity - Amazing Grace clip - Equiano Memoir - Ship Pictures - Plantation Complex and Historian piece - Atlantic Trade Map - Slave trade advertisement Slave trade: Impacts PowerPoint The great divergence: Lockard: 550-551 Review Model with example Assessment one: essay

Why was slavery the path chosen and what were the consequences?

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What is the great divergence?

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How did you Europe come to dominate Explain the emergence of the modern and what were the transitions that world system and the key transitions that brought it about? helped bring it about. How did you Europe come to dominate Explain the emergence of the modern and what were the transitions that world system and the key transitions that brought it about? helped bring it about.

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Assessment two: objective quiz

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