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10.1 The World ca. 1750 and Unit 9.10 Review
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10.1 The World ca. 1750 and Unit 9.10 Review

Students will identify worldwide changes between 1450 and 1750. They will describe the events that led to worldwide change between 1450 and 1750 and explain how they caused it.

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9.9 Causes, Motivations, and Means of European Exploration
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9.9 Causes, Motivations, and Means of European Exploration

Students will analyze social, political and economic motivations for European exploration.

9.9 Effects of the Age of Exploration in the Eastern Hemisphere
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9.9 Effects of the Age of Exploration in the Eastern Hemisphere

Students will describe how new technological advances influenced impacted European exploration and transoceanic trade routes and analyze how shifts in global trade networks impacted the Ottoman Empire.

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9.9 New Visions for Public Schools Global History and Geography I Post-Assessment Document Based Question (DBQ)

Global History I
Unit 9.9: Interactions and Disruptions
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9.9 New Visions for Public Schools Global History and Geography I Post-Assessment Document Based Question (DBQ)

Since ancient times, goods and ideas have traveled around the globe through trade. Trade is the exchange of goods and services from one person to another. These cross-cultural exchanges and encounters had both negative and positive effects on the societies within these trade networks. Using the information from the documents and your knowledge of global history, explain the effects of trade in history and argue whether the benefits of trade outweigh the costs

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9.9 Political, Economic, Cultural, and Geographic Impacts of European Colonization

Global History I
Unit 9.9: Interactions and Disruptions
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9.9 Political, Economic, Cultural, and Geographic Impacts of European Colonization

Students will analyze the political, economic, cultural, and geographic impacts of Spanish colonization.

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9.9 Spanish Exploration and Conquest
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9.9 Spanish Exploration and Conquest

Students will trace major motivations for European interest in exploration and oceanic trade, including the influence of Isabella and Ferdinand.

9.9 The Encounter, Colonization of the Americas, and the Columbian Exchange
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9.9 The Encounter, Colonization of the Americas, and the Columbian Exchange

Students will describe and analyze the impact of the Columbian Exchange on the Old World and the New World.

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