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Essential Understanding Essential Questions By 1500 a d c e the five world religions had spread to many areas of the Eastern Hemisphere Where were the five world religions located around 1500 a d c e 1500s Religion Location of world religions in 1500 a d c e
Standard WHII 2a, The student will demonstrate an understanding of the political cultural geographic and economic. conditions in the world about 1500 a d c e by,a locating major states and empires. Essential Understanding Essential Questions, By 1500 a d c e major states and empires On the world political map where were some of the major. had developed in various regions of the world states and empires located about 1500 a d c e. 1500s Geography, Write the letter of the location of some of the major states and empires in the Eastern Hemisphere in the. next to the correct label,England France Spain Russia. Ottoman Empire Persia China Mughal India,Songhai Empire. Location of major states and empires in the Western Hemisphere. Incan Empire Aztec Empire Mayan Empire,Standard WHII 2b. The student will demonstrate an understanding of the political cultural geographic and economic. conditions in the world about 1500 a d c e by, b describing artistic literary and intellectual ideas of the Renaissance. Essential Understanding Essential Questions, New intellectual and artistic ideas that What were the artistic literary and intellectual ideas of the. developed during the Renaissance marked the Renaissance. beginning of the modern world,1500s European Culture. Renaissance,1 Rebirth of knowledge from Greece and Rome. 2 birth of the world after Middle Ages,3 Spread of the Renaissance from to. Contributions of the Renaissance,1 Accomplishments in the visual arts. 2 Accomplishments in literature sonnets plays essays were written by England s famous playwright. 3 Accomplishments in intellectual ideas humanism wrote the. satire Praise of Folly,Match the works with their artists. SOL WHII 2c, The student will demonstrate an understanding of the political cultural geographic and economic. conditions in the world about 1500 a d c e by,c describing the distribution of major religions. Essential Understanding Essential Questions, By 1500 a d c e the five world religions had Where were the five world religions located around 1500. spread to many areas of the Eastern a d c e,Hemisphere. 1500s Religion,Location of world religions in 1500 a d c e. Judaism Concentrated in and,Christianity Concentrated in and. Parts of Asia Africa and southern Europe,Hinduism and part of Southeast Asia. Buddhism East and Southeast,SOL WHII 2d, The student will demonstrate an understanding of the political cultural geographic and economic. conditions in the world about 1500 a d c e by,d analyzing major trade patterns. Essential Understanding Essential Questions, By 1500 regional trade patterns had What were the regional trading patterns about 1500 A D C E. developed that linked Africa the Middle East, Asia and Europe Why were the regional trading patterns important. 1500s Trade, Traditional trade patterns linking Europe with Asia and Africa. Silk Routes across to the Mediterranean basin,Maritime routes across the Ocean. routes across North Africa,Northern European links with the Sea. Western European sea and river trade,Sea and lands of Southeast Asia. Importance of trade patterns,Exchange of and,SOL WHII 2e. The student will demonstrate an understanding of the political cultural geographic and economic. conditions in the world about 1500 a d c e by, e citing major technological and scientific exchanges in the Eastern Hemisphere. Essential Understanding Essential Questions, By 1500 a d c e technological and scientific What technological and scientific advancements had been. advancements had been exchanged among made and exchanged by 1500 a d c e. cultures of the world,1500s Technology and Trade,Advancements exchanged along trade routes. from China,Textiles numeral system and,Scientific knowledge medicine astronomy. SOL WHII 3a, The student will demonstrate knowledge of the Reformation in terms of its impact on Western civilization by. a explaining the effects of the theological political and economic differences that emerged including the. views and actions of Martin Luther John Calvin Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. Essential Understanding Essential Questions, For centuries the Roman Catholic Church had little What were the problems and issues that provoked religious. competition in religious thought and action The reforms in Western Christianity. resistance of the Church to change led to the, Protestant Reformation which resulted in the What were the beliefs of Martin Luther John Calvin Henry VIII. birth of new political and economic institutions and Elizabeth I. Reformation, Conflicts that challenged the authority of the Church in Rome. Merchant wealth challenged the Church s view of, German and English nobility disliked domination of the Church. The great political power and wealth caused conflict. Church corruption and the sale of were widespread and caused conflict. Name the Protestant Reformers according to their descriptions. Views Salvation by faith alone Bible as the ultimate authority all humans equal before God. Actions 95 theses birth of the Protestant Church, Views Predestination faith revealed by living a righteous life work ethic. Actions Expansion of the Protestant Movement,the Anglican tradition. Views Dismissed the authority of the Pope in Rome, Actions Divorced broke with Rome headed the national church in England appropriated lands and wealth of the. Roman Catholic Church in England,Anglican Church,Tolerance for dissenters. Expansion and colonialism,Victory over the Spanish Armada 1588. SOL WHII 3b, The student will demonstrate knowledge of the Reformation in terms of its impact on Western civilization by. b describing the impact of religious conflicts the Inquisition and Catholic Reformation on society and. government actions,Essential Understanding Essential Questions. The Reformation had its roots in disagreements What were the major economic political and theological issues. about theology but it led to important economic involved in the Reformation. and political changes Religious differences and,hatreds caused war and destruction. Religious Turmoil,Reformation in Germany, Princes in Northern Germany converted to ending the authority of the Pope in their states. The family and the authority of the Holy Roman Empire continued to support the Roman. Catholic Church, Conflict between Protestants and Catholics resulted in devastating wars e g The War. Reformation in France, Catholic monarchy granted Protestant Huguenots freedom of worship by the. which was later revoked, changed the focus of the Thirty Years War from a religious to a political conflict. Catholic Reformation, Dissenters prior to Martin Luther Jan Huss John Wycliffe. Counter Reformation, o The Council of reaffirmed most Church doctrine and practices. o The Society of Jesus also known as the was founded to spread Catholic doctrine. around the world, o The was used to reinforce Catholic doctrine violently. SOL WHII 3c, The student will demonstrate knowledge of the Reformation in terms of its impact on Western civilization. c describing changing cultural values traditions and philosophies and assessing the role of the. printing press,Essential Understanding Essential Questions. At first the Reformation divided the countries of What were some of the changing cultural values traditions and. Europe on religious principles leading to religious philosophies during the Reformation. intolerance, What was the role of the printing press in the spread of new. Power in most European states was concentrated ideas. in the monarch,Gradually religious toleration emerged. The World Wide Printing Press, Changing cultural values traditions and philosophies. Growth of worldly concerns,Growth of focus on the individual. Eventual growth of religious tolerance,Role of the printing press. Growth of literacy was stimulated by the printing press that was invented by. The Bible was printed in and, These factors had an important impact on spreading the ideas of the Reformation and the Renaissance. Standard WHII 4a, The student will demonstrate knowledge of the impact of the European Age of Discovery and expansion. into the Americas Africa and Asia by, a explaining the roles and economic motivations of explorers and conquistadors. Essential Understanding Essential Questions, The expanding economies of European states stimulated Why were Europeans interested in discovering new. increased trade with markets in Asia With the loss of lands and markets. Constantinople in 1453 European nations fronting the. Atlantic sought new maritime routes for trade Who were some important explorers. The Impact and Economics of Exploration, Factors contributing to the European discovery of lands in the Western Hemisphere. Demand for spices and natural resources in Europe,Support for the diffusion of the religion. Political and economic competition between European empires. Innovations of European and Islamic origins in navigational arts. Pioneering role of the Navigator of Portugal, Establishment of overseas empires and decimation of indigenous populations. Fill in the blanks with the European Explorers that best fit the descriptions. Sailed for Name Description, Portugal Sailed around Africa s Cape of Good Hope and across the Indian Ocean to the. coast of India He made huge profits when he brought back spices. Spain An Italian who sail westward to reach Asia He persuaded Queen Isabella of. Spain to sponsor him In October 1492 he reached the Americas Columbus. made four trips to the area he called the Indies, Spain He and his forces overthrew the Aztec Empire in only three years The Spanish. had gained control of northern Mexico by 1550, Spain He and his forces conquered the Incan Empire Much of South America came. under Spanish control over the next few years, Spain His crew was the first to cross the Pacific Ocean and to circumnavigate or sail. around the globe He also explored the Philippine Islands turning the Philippines. into a major Spanish base for trade in the Pacific. England He was the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe He also helped defeat. the Spanish Armada, France He explored the St Lawrence River to Montreal His explorations led to France. laying claim to Canada,SOL WHII 4b, The student will demonstrate knowledge of the impact of the European Age of Discovery and expansion. into the Americas Africa and Asia by,b describing the influence of religion. Essential Understanding Essential Questions, One motive for exploration was to spread the How did the expansion of European empires into the. Christian religion Americas Africa and Asia affect religion in those areas. Religion in new Lands,Means of diffusion of Christianity. Migration of to new lands, Influence of and colonists who carried their faith language and. cultures to new lands,Conversion of peoples,SOL WHII 4c. The student will demonstrate knowledge of the impact of the European Age of Discovery and expansion. into the Americas Africa and Asia by, c explaining migration settlement patterns cultural diffusion and social classes in the colonized. Essential Understanding Essential Questions, Europeans migrated to new colonies in the What were the effects of European migration and. Americas creating new cultural and social settlement on the Americas Africa and Asia. Europeans established trading posts and colonies,in Africa and Asia. Expansion of overseas territorial claims and European emigration to and. Demise of and Empires, Legacy of a rigid and dictatorial rule in Latin America. Forced migration of who had been enslaved, Colonies imitation of the culture and social patterns of their parent countries. European trading posts along the coast,Trade in and other resources. Colonization by small groups of in India the Indies China. Influence of trading companies such as the and British. SOL WHII 4d, The student will demonstrate knowledge of the impact of the European Age of Discovery and expansion. into the Americas Africa and Asia by, d describing the Columbian Exchange including its impact on native populations. Essential Understanding Essential Questions, The discovery of the Americas by Europeans What was the impact of the Columbian Exchange between. resulted in an exchange of products and European and indigenous cultures. resources between the Eastern and Western,Hemispheres. Early Globalism,Columbian Exchange, Western Hemisphere agricultural products such as and. changed European lifestyles, European and changed the lifestyles of American Indians. European diseases such as killed many American Indians. Impact of the Columbian Exchange, Shortage of labor to grow cash crops led to the use of. Slavery was based on, European system in the Caribbean and the Americas destroyed indigenous economics. and damaged the environment,SOL WHII 4e f, The student will demonstrate knowledge of the impact of the European Age of Discovery and expansion. into the Americas Africa and Asia by,e mapping and explaining the triangular trade. f describing the impact of precious metal exports from the Americas. Essential Understanding Essential Questions, The European nations established a trade What was the triangular trade. pattern known as the triangular trade and, exported precious metals from the Americas What was the impact of precious metal exports from the. Triangle Trade,The trade linked Europe Africa and the Americas. and were traded,Export of precious metals,and exported to Europe and Asia. Impact on indigenous empires of the Americas,Impact on Spain and international trade. SOL WHII 5a, The student will demonstrate knowledge of the status and impact of global trade on regional civilizations. of the world after 1500 a d c e by, a describing the location and development of the Ottoman Empire. Essential Understanding Essential Questions, The Ottoman Empire emerged as a political and Where was the Ottoman Empire located and how did it. economic power following the conquest of expand,Constantinople. The Ottomans brought much of Muslim territory in,Southwest Asia and North Africa under their rule. The Ottomans and Trade,Original location of the Ottoman Empire. Expansion and extent of the Ottoman Empire,Southwest Asia. Southeastern Europe Balkan Peninsula,North Africa,Development of the Ottoman Empire. Capital at Constantinople renamed, religion as a unifying force that accepted other religions.