World Interactions to 1450 and Beyond: The Age of Exploration

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1 World Interactions to 1450 and Beyond: The Age of Exploration 1. Effects of Muslim trade on Indian Ocean a. How did Muslim trade affect the populations of the trading cities in the Indian Ocean? b. Why were the Muslims able to shut out outsiders from the Indian Ocean spice trade? 2. European Exploration a. Explain why Europeans wanted to find a sea route to the Indian Ocean. b. Which European countries created exploration programs? c. What technology did the Europeans borrow and/or develop to make the exploration voyages possible? d. Which routes did each country take to reach the Indian Ocean? e. How did the Monsoon winds affect trade in the Indian Ocean? f. Describe these countries interactions with indigenous people they encountered during exploration. 3. Effects of European Exploration on the Western Hemisphere. a. Define the Columbian Exchange. b. Identify examples of plants, animals, people and pathogens brought from the Western Hemisphere to the Eastern Hemisphere. c. Explain the impact of these items on the Eastern Hemisphere. d. Identify examples of plants, animals, people and pathogens brought from the Eastern Hemisphere to the Western Hemisphere. e. Explain the impact of these items on the Western Hemisphere. f. Describe the impact the Europeans had on the indigenous people of the Western Hemisphere. g. What was plantation agriculture? Why did the Europeans create plantations in the Western Hemisphere? What products were grown on plantations? h. Who were the conquistadores? Describe their impact on the Aztec and Inca Civilizations. 4. Effects of European Exploration on the Eastern Hemisphere. a. Explain the impact of European contact with indigenous people in Africa. b. Describe the trade that developed between the Europeans, Africa, and the Western Hemisphere. What items were traded by each group? c. Explain the reasons why the African slave trade started. Which areas of the Western Hemisphere received the most slaves? Why?

2 Rise of the West: The Age of Reason 1. Scientific Revolution a. Explain how scientific thought during the Scientific Revolution differed from scientific thought of the Medieval and Renaissance eras. b. Describe the backlash from religion against new scientific thought. c. Explain the concept of natural law. d. Explain the scientific method and how it was use to prove the law of gravity, heliocentric theory and other new scientific discoveries. e. Describe the impact of the Scientific Revolution on political ideas. 2. Enlightenment a. Explain the main themes of Enlightenment philosophy (reason, nature, liberty, progress, and happiness). b. Identify The Philosophes. c. Describe specific examples of how the Philosophes political ideas reflect the Enlightenment ideals of reason, nature, liberty, progress, happiness, and individual rights, d. Describe the Philosophes impact on political thought. e. Identify and explain the Enlightenment concepts incorporated into governments including: social contract, general will, separation of powers, etc. 3. Enlightenment political thought and government a. Identify the Enlightened Monarchs b. Explain which Enlightenment beliefs enlightened monarchs incorporated into their governments and which ideas they rejected for their governments. c. Identify reforms made by enlightened monarchs and their impact on society d. Explain how the philosophes ideas spread to other areas of the world. e. Describe how reforms made on governments in England and the United States based on Enlightenment principles, be able to identify specific examples. f. Give specific examples of Enlightenment philosophy from both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. g. Explain why Enlightenment principles were more successful in the USA than they were in France.

3 The Enlightenment: Revolutions in America and France 1. Identify and explain the causes of the French Revolution, including: a. Financial problems of France and their causes b. Political problems of the Monarchy and ability of the monarchs to rule c. Social issues brought on by famines and food shortages 2. Describe the social classes of France, including: a. The demographic makeup of each class (who was part of each class; and the percent of people each class represented) b. The rights and powers that each class had in French Society c. How these social classes affected the governance of France 3. Stages of the French Revolution a. Know the chronology of the stages of the French Revolution b. Explain why the monarchy was forced to call the Estates-General into session. c. Describe the grievances the three estates had against the French monarchy. d. Describe the actions taken by the Third Estate to reform the Estates-General. e. Explain how the National Assembly incorporated the Enlightenment values of reason, nature, liberty, progress, happiness, individual rights, etc. into their reforms of the government. f. Describe the reforms the National Assembly made to the government in the Constitution of 1791, and its attempt to wipe out the old political, social, and religious institutions of France. g. Explain why the revolution turned radical. Describe the measures (including the Great Fear, the Committee of Public Safety, the Reign of Terror, etc.) made by the radicals to turn France into a republic. h. Describe the rise and fall of Maximillen Robespierre. i. Describe the events that ended the Reign of Terror. Discuss the reign of the The Directory. How did The Directory ultimately fail? 4. Napoleon a. Explain how and why the French got into wars with other countries in Europe. b. Describe Napoleon s successes and failures in the wars. c. Discuss the impact of the wars in Europe and Haiti on both France and the countries involved (including: Italy, Austria, Prussia, the German States, Russia, and Spain). How did the wars affect the Western Hemisphere? d. Explain how Napoleon was defeated and deposed. e. Explain the lasting impact that Napoleon had on Europe and the world.

4 The Enlightenment: Industrial Revolution 1. Rise of Industry in England a. Explain how the ideas of the Industrial Revolution are related to those of the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment. Be able to identify specific examples. b. Describe how the Domestic (Putting Out) System worked. c. Describe the benefits of the domestic system to those involved. Explain how this was the precursor to the factory system. d. Identify where the industrial revolution first started. Describe the conditions that allowed the Industrial Revolution to flourish there. e. Explain how the factory system worked. Describe the conditions needed for factories to exist. f. Identify technological developments in power generation and transportation that aided the Industrial Revolution. 2. Spread and impact of the Industrial Revolution a. Identify the areas where the Industrial Revolution spread. Explain why the Industrial Revolution spread to some areas of the world and not to others. b. Explain how the Second Agricultural Revolution came about as a result of the Industrial Revolution. Describe the impact the Second Agricultural Revolution had on: i. Rural Population and Towns ii. Farm Size (hint: enclosure movement) iii. Farm technology and yield c. Explain the impact the Industrial Revolution had on: i. Urban Areas (cities) ii. Population growth iii. Society and social classes iv. The environment b. Define economic nationalism. Explain how and why countries engaged in protectionist trade policies. 3. Impact of Industrial Revolution on the working class a. Describe the lifestyles of the working class. Explain the conditions that led to the rise of unions. Explain how unions work. b. Explain how industrialization allow countries to conquer and dominate indigenous peoples in colonies and change the environment of untouched areas? c. Explain how industrialization created a bifurcated world of the haves and the have nots.

5 Nationalism and its impact on the world 1. Rise of Nationalism a. Define nationalism. b. Explain why the nation-state is the political goal of nationalists. c. Describe the relationship between imperialism and nationalism. d. Explain how nationalism was used to subjugate people in Africa, Latin America, and Asia 2. Nationalism s impact on the world a. Describe how nationalism served as a unifying force in Italy and Germany. b. Explain how nationalism contributed to World War I and World War II. c. Describe how nationalism led to the breakup of the USSR and Yugoslavia. d. Explain how nationalist movements work to gain independence in Scotland and Spain

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