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Ee lesson5 portuguese influence
Ee lesson5 portuguese influence
Ee lesson5 portuguese influence
Ee lesson5 portuguese influence
Ee lesson5 portuguese influence
Ee lesson5 portuguese influence
Ee lesson5 portuguese influence
Ee lesson5 portuguese influence
Ee lesson5 portuguese influence
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  • 1. Lesson Five: Portuguese Influence European Exploration
  • 2. RAP 1. Name the three West African empires that controlled trade routes from 300 AD – 1600 AD (in order). 2. What group of people made discoveries along the West Coast of Africa?
  • 3. RAP 1. Name the three West African empires that controlled trade routes from 300 AD – 1600 AD (in order). ▫ Ghana, Mali, & Songhai 2. What group of people made discoveries along the West Coast of Africa?
  • 4. RAP 1. Name the three West African empires that controlled trade routes from 300 AD – 1600 AD (in order). ▫ Ghana, Mali, & Songhai 2. What group of people made discoveries along the West Coast of Africa? ▫ Portuguese
  • 5. Trade with Portugal
  • 6. 1. Portugal traded along the coastline of West Africa
  • 7. 2. They carried goods from West Africa to Europe.
  • 8. 3. They traded or bartered metals, cloth, and other goods from Europe for gold.
  • 9. Ghana, Mali, and Songhai each dominated _________ _______ in turn from 300 to 1600 AD African People and African goods played an important role in arousing __________ interest in world resources. The Portuguese carried goods from _________ to West African empires, trading ______, _______, and other manufactured goods Ghana, Mali, & Songhai became powerful by controlling ________ between Europe and West Africa.
  • 10. WIO • African Empire Quiz • Answer the questions on the empires of West Africa ▫ Part 1: Multiple Choice ▫ Part 2: Matching

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