30 Components
Inquiry- To what extent did people in the 19th and 20th centuries express different points of view about the impacts of imperialism? How did these authors present their points of view to their audiences?
Unit Outline
Inquiry- To what extent did people in the 19th and 20th centuries express different points of view about the impacts of imperialism? How did these authors present their points of view to their audiences?
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Unit 10.4:

Imperialism

Why did nations choose to colonize others and how did this choice impact the world?
~12 days

Western European interactions with Africa and Asia shifted from limited regional contacts along the coast to greater influence and connections throughout these regions. Competing industrialized states sought to control and transport raw materials and create new markets across the world.

Unit Essential Question:

  • How do turning points change history?

Unit Outline

30 Components

 

End of Unit Assessments See 8 itemsHide 8 items

Unit Introduction and Vocabulary See 7 itemsHide 7 items

Imperialism in India See 2 itemsHide 2 items

Imperialism in China See 3 itemsHide 3 items

Imperialism in Africa See 1 itemHide 1 item

Inquiry- To what extent did people in the 19th and 20th centuries express different points of view about the impacts of imperialism? How did these authors present their points of view to their audiences? See 6 itemsHide 6 items

Unit Synthesis Tasks See 3 itemsHide 3 items