What is Imperialism?Define in your own words & list examples(Remember US II?)Causes of Imperialism

Ad Campaign: Many Pear's Soap Ads - British "Obligation" to Civilize Society
Kipling Poem/Pear's Soap Ad
France & Germany on Imperialism

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Visual Discovery 1). Pose a Question 2). Collect visual data 3). Draw conclusion 4). Pair/Share 5). Analyze/Conclude

Look through Chapter 11 and preview,predict, infer what you think we'll be studying.


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Note what has changed since 1850 (p. 342). Which areas were changed the most & by whom?
Think-Write CCQPs - Pair-Share your observations
1. Identify and list the nations that had colonies in 1914 but not in 1850.

2. Why do you think there were more European colonies in 1914 than in 1850?

3. Predict: How do you think the change in political control in Africa between 1850 and 1914 affected Africa’s people?


The Taj Mahal built during reign of Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan 1628-1658
The Taj Mahal built during reign of Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan 1628-1658
The Lure of India- British Imperialism Chapter 11.1
The Mughal Empire had been a thriving from approximately the 1550s to the early 1700s. During this time, the Mughals controlled much of India which held many attractions such as a warm climate that enabled crops to be grown more than one season per year.The subcontinent of India was also the crossroads for two major world religions, Hinduism & Islam, and the birthplace of yet another, Sikhism. Sikhism rose from the teachings of the mystic Nanak who sought to blend the Hindu and Islamic faiths - with devotion to only one God, no idols to worship, and a less rigid class system. Some of the Mughal emperors were more tolerant of other faiths such as Christianity than other emperors. The famous Taj Mahal took 20 years and 20,000 workers to construct. This along with other architectural wonders and maintenance of a large army proved to be more than the empire could sustain. Growing religious differences and poor leadership ended the powerful Mughal Dynasty leaving India vulnerable to foreign powers.
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Mangal Pandey -& the Sepoy Rebellion



You make the call-



Imperialism in China, Japan, & Southeast Asia
1.) Key Terms & People - Define & Make Connections with the following

2.) Quote Analysis & Visual Discovery -

3.)Read the Inside Story and the Opium War pp348-349 & create a mind map(using color images and very limited text) to show your comprehension of the relationship of China and Great Britain.
(Do Not Include the Taiping Rebellion).
You may use computer generated images or draw them yourself - Bring your Mind Map to the next class .
4.) Map Analysis! - p.349 - I See/It Means - Now be ready to explain the bigger picture of the last part of the 19th century and the near final days of what is known as Imperial China

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Taiping Rebellion vs. Boxer Rebellion - Read pp. 350-351
  1. Make a T chart to compare how they were alike or different
  2. Summarize the effects of these rebellions on the the Qing Dynasty(sometimes called the Manchu Dynasty)

Primary Source - Boxer Rebellion

1911 Revolution - Manchu Proclamation

  1. Read pp. 351-352 - 1911 Revolution. Write 3 Newspaper Headlines
  2. Examine the Sun Yixian's philosophy of government


3.Go to the doc and answer the prompts
4.Follow the link for more info on Sun Yixian (sometimes called Sun Yat-sen)

"An individual should not have too much freedom, a nation should have absolute freedom"Sun Yixian



The Rise of Modern Japan


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Commodore Perry's Arrival in 1853
Read and Take Note on the rapid path to industrialization by Japan under the Meiji Restoration
Use pp. 352-354



Then watch the video and add CCQPs

Chinese & Japanese Reactions to Contact with the West


  • Directions Use your 2 column notes onChinaand the text pp. 352-354 to complete the chart.

China
Japan

Treaties



Govt structure
(problems)



Industrialization



War




Imperialism



  • Write a brief summarizing paragraph on the similarities/differences of the Chinese & Japanese reaction to Western contact.




Imperialism in Southeast Asia



European Nation
Reign of Influence
Purpose of Presence
Dutch


British


French


In paragraph form, explain why Europeans were interested in colonizing Southest Asia?


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Imperialism Southeast Asia to 1914


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King Mongkut of Siam 1850s



Naturally skilled in the delicate art of diplomacy, King Mongkut of Siam was able to deal with two imperial powers on their borders.













Chapter 11.3- New Imperialism in Africa

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  • Compare the map above to the map in your textbook on pp.356-357. Or See Map page 361
  • List the British colonies & the raw materials that each colony would contribute to the British Empire
  • Look at the French colonies, what types of resources could France gain from these colonies?

  • Get the gist of the British moving into the interior of Africa by way of South Africa going north - follow the the Boer link presentation
Boers
  • Make observations on this Cecil Rhodes - then click the link below to see period 5 discussion on this visual
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Cecil Rhodes
1.Two- column notes

2.
Define Terms p.358:



Imperialism in North Africa - Mini-Lecture


  • 1830 - Algeria - French showed "interest" in Algeria, formerly part of the Ottoman Empire, to make part of their empire. Although the Algerians fought for 40 years,resistance was futile.
  • 1881 - Tunisia, also an outlaying independent part of Ottoman Empire, attracted the attention of France & was made a protectorate after a "crisis"
  • 1904 -Morocco seated at the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea was another prize for French imperial holdings. The sultan of Morocco sought to retain his rule during a rebellion & therefore enlisted the military aid of France. In return, Morocco became a protectorate as well.

Imperial European Cooperation
  • France - took Morocco as a protectorate
  • Spain - Western Sahara as sphere of influence
  • Italy - to claim Libya
  • Great Britain - Egypt became a protectorate after the Egyptian ruler sold off stock in the newly built modern-marvel, the Suez Canal. By 1875, Britain had accumulated the controlling interest of the canal. Egyptians rose up in rebellion in 1882 but were put down by the British Royal Navy. Egypt became a British protectorate.
  • British dominance over eastern Africa was nearly complete with the acquisition of the Sudan & the Upper Nile River. They had been briefly menaced by the threat of violence from the French army, but the French quickly realized that they were no match for the British in the heart of the Sudan.


Berlin Conference - Bismarck 1885
Berlin Conference - Bismarck 1885




The Berlin Conference was called for by Portugal due to their concern that they would lose their colonies in Mozambique and Angola, possessions that they had held since the Age of Exploration. Bismarck presided over the conference hence the name Berlin Conference. It was seen as the more logical way to claim territory in Africa. There were provisions to share waterways, and to put and end to the slave trade which still remained in eastern Africa well into the 1880s with slaves being bought/sold into the Middle East. This is a French cartoon (of course) note the point of view .

  • RAN OUT OF TIME - WILL NOT GET TO!!
  • Make a Chapter 11 Cover sheet for Imperialism (You know you'll need a Table of Contents too:-)
  1. GO-Reasons for Imperialism GOOD WAY TO ORGANIZE YOUR THOUGHTS
  2. Frayer: ImperialismALWAYS A GOOD TOOL FOR DEFINING



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REVIEW!!

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