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2009-2010 Exploration And Isolation Essential Questions

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  • 1. Exploration and Isolation Essential Questions When one group suffers, another group prospers.
  • 2. Essential Questions
    • Money was definitely a factor in European exploration. 
    • Why was money so important to exploration?
    • Does money play a part in people moving or “exploring” today?  or does it matter? Specific examples. 
  • 3.
    • Europeans had a huge impact on America. 
    • Do you feel the Europeans coming to America was a positive or a negative? Or both?
    • Could it have been done differently? How? 
    • How would life be different? BE SPECIFIC
  • 4.
    • Isolationism is a concept that has been around for hundreds of years.
    • Why did China and Japan isolate themselves?
    • Can you predict the outcome if China and Japan didn’t isolate themselves?
    • Did it benefit them?
    • Provide specifics and evidence.
  • 5.
    • 4) “When one group suffers, another group prospers,” is the Big Idea for Exploration and Isolation.
    • How does this Big Idea fit this unit?
    • If you could give this unit a different Big Idea, what would that be?
    • Explain using specific examples and provide evidence .

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