Age of Exploration
       Ch 19
State Standards
Know the great voyages of discovery, the locations of the routes, and the
    influence of cartography in the development o...
19.1
Europeans Explore the
        East
Explain what led to European exploration

Describe steps in Portugal’s discovery of a sea
route to Asia

Explain the rival...
Need to Know

“God, Gold, and Glory”
Bartolomeu Dias
Prince Henry
Vasco da Gama
Treaty of Tordesillas
Dutch East India Com...
1. What role did the Renaissance play in launching the
   Age of Exploration?



2. What was Prince Henry’s goal and who a...
Using Quotes
Quotations should never be awkwardly dropped
into your paper, leaving the exact relationship
between the quotation and you...
Confederate ground forces, dominant during the
Battle of Fredricksburg, “added to the heaps of
dead.”1
Confederate ground forces, dominant during the
Battle of Fredricksburg, “added to the heaps of
dead.”1

According to Hanse...
Confederate ground forces, dominant during the
Battle of Fredricksburg, “added to the heaps of
dead.”1

According to Hanse...
Confederate ground forces, dominant during the
Battle of Fredricksburg, “added to the heaps of
dead.”1

According to Hanse...
“The Confederates,” writes Hansen in his memoirs,
“had mastery over the field.”
“The Confederates,” writes Hansen in his memoirs,
“had mastery over the field.”

As Hansen points out, “The Confederates ha...
“The Confederates,” writes Hansen in his memoirs,
“had mastery over the field.”

As Hansen points out, “The Confederates ha...
“The Confederates,” writes Hansen in his memoirs,
“had mastery over the field.”

As Hansen points out, “The Confederates ha...
For example, Bartolomeu Dias claimed that two of
his reasons for exploration were “to serve God and
his Majesty,” and to “...
For example, Bartolomeu Dias claimed that two of
his reasons for exploration were “to serve God and
his Majesty,” and to “...
Join the partner you had
  for the Ch 18 review
    graphic organizer
Reasons for Exploration/ trade

 China                Japan
Reasons for Ending Exploration/ trade

     China                Japan
Consequences of Ending
   Exploration/ trade
China              Japan
• Compare and contrast women in China and
  women in Japan. Use a comparison diagram.

• Write two Haiku’s (5-7-5) represe...
19.2 China Limits
European Contacts
Identify the successes of the early Ming emperors

  Honwu, Yonglo, and Zheng He

Describe China and Korea under the Qing
...
19.3 Japan Returns to
       Isolation
Objectives

Summarize how three powerful daimyo succeeded
in unifying feudal Japan
Describe Japanese society and culture d...
Ch 19 Age Of Exploration Slides
Ch 19 Age Of Exploration Slides
Ch 19 Age Of Exploration Slides
Ch 19 Age Of Exploration Slides
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  • Ch 19 Age Of Exploration Slides

    1. 1. Age of Exploration Ch 19
    2. 2. State Standards
    3. 3. Know the great voyages of discovery, the locations of the routes, and the influence of cartography in the development of a new European worldview. 1. Discuss the exchanges of plants, animals, technology, culture, and ideas among Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and the major economic and social effects on each continent. 2. Examine the origins of modern capitalism; the influence of mercantilism and cottage industry; the elements and importance of a market economy in seventeenth-century Europe; the changing international trading and marketing patterns, including their locations on a world map; and the influence of explorers and map makers. 3. Explain how the main ideas of the Enlightenment can be traced back to such movements as the Renaissance, the Reformation, and the Scientific Revolution and to the Greeks, Romans, and Christianity. 4. Describe how democratic thought and institutions were influenced by Enlightenment thinkers (e.g., John Lock, Charles-Louis Montesquieu, American founders). 5. Discuss how the principles in the Magna Carta were embodied in such documents as the English Bill of Rights and the American Declaration of Independence.
    4. 4. 19.1 Europeans Explore the East
    5. 5. Explain what led to European exploration Describe steps in Portugal’s discovery of a sea route to Asia Explain the rivalry between Spain and Portugal and how the pope resolved it Identify nations that set up trading empires in eastern Asia
    6. 6. Need to Know “God, Gold, and Glory” Bartolomeu Dias Prince Henry Vasco da Gama Treaty of Tordesillas Dutch East India Company
    7. 7. 1. What role did the Renaissance play in launching the Age of Exploration? 2. What was Prince Henry’s goal and who actually achieved it? 3. What European countries were competing for Asian trade during the Age of Exploration?
    8. 8. Using Quotes
    9. 9. Quotations should never be awkwardly dropped into your paper, leaving the exact relationship between the quotation and your point unclear. Instead, use a brief introductory remark to provide a context for the quotation.
    10. 10. Confederate ground forces, dominant during the Battle of Fredricksburg, “added to the heaps of dead.”1
    11. 11. Confederate ground forces, dominant during the Battle of Fredricksburg, “added to the heaps of dead.”1 According to Hansen, the Confederate ground forces, dominant during the battle of Fredricksburg, “added to the heaps of dead.”1
    12. 12. Confederate ground forces, dominant during the Battle of Fredricksburg, “added to the heaps of dead.”1 According to Hansen, the Confederate ground forces, dominant during the battle of Fredricksburg, “added to the heaps of dead.”1 Confederate ground forces were dominant during the Battle of Fredricksburg. “Hooker sent his two brigades over the ground already covered with the fallen, and added to the heaps of the dead.”1
    13. 13. Confederate ground forces, dominant during the Battle of Fredricksburg, “added to the heaps of dead.”1 According to Hansen, the Confederate ground forces, dominant during the battle of Fredricksburg, “added to the heaps of dead.”1 Confederate ground forces were dominant during the Battle of Fredricksburg. “Hooker sent his two brigades over the ground already covered with the fallen, and added to the heaps of the dead.”1
    14. 14. “The Confederates,” writes Hansen in his memoirs, “had mastery over the field.”
    15. 15. “The Confederates,” writes Hansen in his memoirs, “had mastery over the field.” As Hansen points out, “The Confederates had mastery over the field.”
    16. 16. “The Confederates,” writes Hansen in his memoirs, “had mastery over the field.” As Hansen points out, “The Confederates had mastery over the field.” Hansen points out in his memoirs that Confederate soldiers “had mastery over the field.”
    17. 17. “The Confederates,” writes Hansen in his memoirs, “had mastery over the field.” As Hansen points out, “The Confederates had mastery over the field.” Hansen points out in his memoirs that Confederate soldiers “had mastery over the field.” Hansen wrote: “The Confederates had mastery over the field.”
    18. 18. For example, Bartolomeu Dias claimed that two of his reasons for exploration were “to serve God and his Majesty,” and to “give light to those who were in darkness.” Bartolomeu Dias said, “to give light to those who were in darkness.”
    19. 19. For example, Bartolomeu Dias claimed that two of his reasons for exploration were “to serve God and his Majesty,” and to “give light to those who were in darkness.” Bartolomeu Dias said, “to give light to those who were in darkness.”
    20. 20. Join the partner you had for the Ch 18 review graphic organizer
    21. 21. Reasons for Exploration/ trade China Japan
    22. 22. Reasons for Ending Exploration/ trade China Japan
    23. 23. Consequences of Ending Exploration/ trade China Japan
    24. 24. • Compare and contrast women in China and women in Japan. Use a comparison diagram. • Write two Haiku’s (5-7-5) representing an important event and person in the Tokugawa Empire. • Create an illustrated time line of major events in Japan between 1400-1800. • Compare and contrast the similarities and differences between treatment of Europeans in China and Europeans in Japan. Use a comparison diagram.
    25. 25. 19.2 China Limits European Contacts
    26. 26. Identify the successes of the early Ming emperors Honwu, Yonglo, and Zheng He Describe China and Korea under the Qing dynasty Manchu Describe life in Ming and Qing China
    27. 27. 19.3 Japan Returns to Isolation
    28. 28. Objectives Summarize how three powerful daimyo succeeded in unifying feudal Japan Describe Japanese society and culture during the Tokugawa Shogunate Explain how Japan’s policies toward Europeans changed Explain the purpose and effect of Japan’s closed country policy

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