COLONIAL HISTORY        OF SOUTHEAST ASIAQuestions
COLONIAL HISTORY         OF SOUTHEAST ASIA Questions•Do you think there is a good reason for one country to take control o...
COLONIAL                                     HISTORY                                             of Southeast Asia        ...
WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO?
WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO?• Define “colonization” ‘imperialism’
WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO?• Define “colonization” ‘imperialism’• Brainstorm list of the colonists and colonized countries of ...
WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO?• Define “colonization” ‘imperialism’• Brainstorm list of the colonists and  colonized countries of...
WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO?• Define “colonization” ‘imperialism’• Brainstorm list of the colonists and  colonized countries of...
COLONIALISM   &   IMPERIALISM
COLONIALISM                        &   IMPERIALISM the policy or practice of             a policy of extending a country’s...
SOUTHEAST ASIAN COLONIESBurma (Myanmar) Malaysia, Singapore,BruneiVietnam, Laos, CambodiaIndonesiaThe PhilippinesEast Timo...
PORTUGUESE TRADE ROUTE
PORTUGUESE TRADE ROUTE           Portugal, 1511
• 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)
• 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)• 1560s - the Philippines (Spain)
• 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)• 1560s - the Philippines  (Spain)• 1819- Singapore (Britain)
• 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)• 1560s - the Philippines  (Spain)• 1819- Singapore (Britain)• By 1913- Burma, Malaya,  Borneo ...
• 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)• 1560s - the Philippines  (Spain)• 1819- Singapore (Britain)• By 1913- Burma, Malaya,  Borneo ...
• 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)• 1560s - the Philippines  (Spain)• 1819- Singapore (Britain)• By 1913- Burma, Malaya,  Borneo ...
• 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)• 1560s - the Philippines  (Spain)• 1819- Singapore (Britain)• By 1913- Burma, Malaya,  Borneo ...
• 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)• 1560s - the Philippines  (Spain)• 1819- Singapore (Britain)• By 1913- Burma, Malaya,  Borneo ...
QUESTIONSWhat are the major reasons for one countryto colonize the other?What might be some benefits that colonistsbring to...
MOTIVES:   NATIONAL    SECURITYIn order to remain a strong country,Imperialists believed: a strong industrial economy a st...
MOTIVES:   STRATEGIC    ADVANTAGE Did not want other countries to get ahead of them.
MOTIVES:   NATIONALISMPeople felt proud when their country ruled alarge empire.
MOTIVES:   SOCIAL   DARWINISMBased on Racism: Europeans were better than other people They believed this made it OK for th...
MOTIVES:   MISSIONARY      IMPULSESpread their religion to people in other partsof the world.Bring modern inventions and t...
MOTIVES:   INDUSTRIAL     ECONOMY Need for raw materials Cheap labor from the natives in the colonies
RESEARCH & PRESENTATION•What area or country are you researching? Where is it?•Why would a European nation want to coloniz...
PRESENTATION5 minutes presentationPowerPoint/ KeynotePictures, mapappropriate length of wording (not to long)use of approp...
MATERIALSStudy GuideResearch Guiding Questions
REFERENCEShttp://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2003/06/04/imperial-notions/http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/dif...
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  1. 1. COLONIAL HISTORY OF SOUTHEAST ASIAQuestions
  2. 2. COLONIAL HISTORY OF SOUTHEAST ASIA Questions•Do you think there is a good reason for one country to take control of another country?•If so, under what circumstances do yo think that would be justified?
  3. 3. COLONIAL HISTORY of Southeast Asia “How colonization shaped what Southeast Asia is today?”http://qed.princeton.edu/getfile.php?f=Autonomous_States_and_Colonies_1792-1860.jpg
  4. 4. WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO?
  5. 5. WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO?• Define “colonization” ‘imperialism’
  6. 6. WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO?• Define “colonization” ‘imperialism’• Brainstorm list of the colonists and colonized countries of Southeast Asia
  7. 7. WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO?• Define “colonization” ‘imperialism’• Brainstorm list of the colonists and colonized countries of Southeast Asia• Discussion on motives of European countries for colonization.
  8. 8. WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO?• Define “colonization” ‘imperialism’• Brainstorm list of the colonists and colonized countries of Southeast Asia• Discussion on motives of European countries for colonization.• Research on colonized countries of Southeast Asia and a short presentation on a selected country
  9. 9. COLONIALISM & IMPERIALISM
  10. 10. COLONIALISM & IMPERIALISM the policy or practice of a policy of extending a country’s acquiring full or partial political power and influence through control over another country, colonization, use of military occupying it with settlers, force , or other means and exploiting it economically political or economic controlone nation assumes control over either formally or informallythe othera practice the idea that drives the practice1500s - 1900s 1900s onward
  11. 11. SOUTHEAST ASIAN COLONIESBurma (Myanmar) Malaysia, Singapore,BruneiVietnam, Laos, CambodiaIndonesiaThe PhilippinesEast TimorThailand
  12. 12. PORTUGUESE TRADE ROUTE
  13. 13. PORTUGUESE TRADE ROUTE Portugal, 1511
  14. 14. • 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)
  15. 15. • 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)• 1560s - the Philippines (Spain)
  16. 16. • 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)• 1560s - the Philippines (Spain)• 1819- Singapore (Britain)
  17. 17. • 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)• 1560s - the Philippines (Spain)• 1819- Singapore (Britain)• By 1913- Burma, Malaya, Borneo territories
  18. 18. • 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)• 1560s - the Philippines (Spain)• 1819- Singapore (Britain)• By 1913- Burma, Malaya, Borneo territories• French- Indochina (Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia
  19. 19. • 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)• 1560s - the Philippines (Spain)• 1819- Singapore (Britain)• By 1913- Burma, Malaya, Borneo territories• French- Indochina (Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia• Dutch - Indonesia
  20. 20. • 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)• 1560s - the Philippines (Spain)• 1819- Singapore (Britain)• By 1913- Burma, Malaya, Borneo territories• French- Indochina (Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia• Dutch - Indonesia• Portugal- Portuguese Timor
  21. 21. • 1641- Malacca (the Ducth)• 1560s - the Philippines (Spain)• 1819- Singapore (Britain)• By 1913- Burma, Malaya, Borneo territories• French- Indochina (Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia• Dutch - Indonesia• Portugal- Portuguese Timor• Spain - the Philippines (until 1898), USA (Spanish -American War)
  22. 22. QUESTIONSWhat are the major reasons for one countryto colonize the other?What might be some benefits that colonistsbring to a colonized nation?
  23. 23. MOTIVES: NATIONAL SECURITYIn order to remain a strong country,Imperialists believed: a strong industrial economy a steady supply of raw materials for the industrial economy a strong military to protect economy interest
  24. 24. MOTIVES: STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE Did not want other countries to get ahead of them.
  25. 25. MOTIVES: NATIONALISMPeople felt proud when their country ruled alarge empire.
  26. 26. MOTIVES: SOCIAL DARWINISMBased on Racism: Europeans were better than other people They believed this made it OK for them to rule other people.
  27. 27. MOTIVES: MISSIONARY IMPULSESpread their religion to people in other partsof the world.Bring modern inventions and technology tothese people to make their lives better.
  28. 28. MOTIVES: INDUSTRIAL ECONOMY Need for raw materials Cheap labor from the natives in the colonies
  29. 29. RESEARCH & PRESENTATION•What area or country are you researching? Where is it?•Why would a European nation want to colonize this area? (Consider natural resources, location, etc.)•When did this area become colonized? By which countries?•Who were the key people involved in this movement?•What were the effects of colonization?•What were the benefits and drawbacks of colonization in this area for the colonizers?•What were the benefits and drawbacks of colonization in this area for the indigenous people?
  30. 30. PRESENTATION5 minutes presentationPowerPoint/ KeynotePictures, mapappropriate length of wording (not to long)use of appropriate colors
  31. 31. MATERIALSStudy GuideResearch Guiding Questions
  32. 32. REFERENCEShttp://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2003/06/04/imperial-notions/http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/difference-between-colonialism-and-imperialism/http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/colonialismhttp://www.seasite.niu.edu/crossroads/ty/COLONIALISM_%20IN_SE%20ASIA.htmhttp://pdfcast.org/pdf/reasons-for-imperialism-and-colonizationhttp://www.lehigh.edu/~amsp/eng-11-globalization.htm

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