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

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