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  • 1. Bell Ringer 1.1
    In your own words create a definition for the following words:
    Culture
    Economy
    Culture: A set of shared values, beliefs, and practices of a group.
    Economy: The production, exchange, and distribution, and consumption of goods.
  • 2. Chapter 1 Section 1
    The Atlantic World
  • 3. The Native Americans
    Lifestyle
    Adapted to their environment
    Nomad hunters in the North
    Southern tribes farmed, fished, and hunted
    Cultural Beliefs
    Family more important than wealth
    Barter economy: No money
    No concept of land ownership
  • 4. The European World
    A. Monarchy
    • Feudal system used to keep order
    • 5. Ruled by a King
    • 6. King owns all property
    • 7. Peasants loyal to their lord, lord loyal to the King
  • 8. The European World
    B. Social Change
    Middle class grows in Europe
    Magna Carta signed by English nobles forcing king to share power
  • 9. The European World
    D. Rise of Nations
    Kings consolidate local towns into nations (Countries/Kingdoms)
    Nations compete for trade
    Exploration and expansion becomes a competition
  • 10. The West African World
    A. Culture
    Kinship groups centers of society
    Religion based in nature and ancestry
    B. Kingdoms and Trade
    Kingdoms in West Africa similar in size to South America
    Islam spreads into Africa with trade
  • 11. The West African World
    C. Slavery in Africa
    Believed in property but not land ownership
    Slaves held by Africans treated as servants but not as property
  • 12. The Columbian Exchange
    1492
    European ideas spread to America
    Natives taken into captivity; Many die from European diseases
    North America open to European expansion.
  • 13. Section Review
    Of the three worlds discussed today, which two are the most similar? Explain what makes those two worlds similar.
    How will the differing beliefs about land ownership affect the relationship between the three worlds?
    What document forced the King of England to share power with his nobles?