Unit 4 c. 1450 – 1750: The Early Modern Era of Global Interaction
- Keep all that class- and homework organized w’ your AP World Binder.
- Monday: Signing up for Regionally-Specific Groups; identifying which primary source documents from your region you will read w’ your group (use this link). Print your chapter outline page and primary documents by Wednesday, Oct. 30; your chapter outline and primary source document annotations are Due Tuesday, Nov. 5.
- Due Thursday: C.C. 15th Century Mariners
- Due Next Monday: Textbook chapter outline on 23) Transoceanic Encounters & Global Connections AND C.C. Columbian Exchange.
- Due Next Tuesday: C.C. The Spanish Empire, Silver, and Runaway Inflation … and your regionally-specific chapter outline & primary doc(s) annotations.
- Due Next Thursday: C.C. Atlantic Slave Trade
- Due Next Friday: C.C. Capitalism & the Dutch East Indies Company
- Due Next-next Monday: C.C. Little Ice Age & annotations of “How the Little Ice Age Changed History”.
- Due Next-next Tuesday: C.C. The Mughal Empire and Historical Reputation
- Due Next-next Wednesday: C.C. Venice and the Ottoman Empire
- Due Next-next Thursday: C.C. Protestant Reformation AND Charles V & the H.R.E..
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Early Modern KC1: Globalizing Networks of Communication and Exchange. The interconnection of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, made possible by transoceanic voyaging, transformed trade and religion and had a significant economic, cultural, social, and demographic impact on the world.
- Map: Winds and currents in the world’s oceans. Bentley pgs. 602-3
- Map: European exploration in the Atlantic Ocean 1486-1498. Bentley pg 605
- Map: European exploration in the Pacific Ocean 1519-1780. pgs. 610-611
- Jesuit Matteo Ricci in China c. 1580-1600.
- DBQ: C/C European and Chinese Causes for Early Modern Exploration.
- DBQ: Portuguese Maritime Trade in the Indian Ocean in the 1500’s.
- Map: European trading posts in Africa and Asia c. 1700. pg. 615
- Map: Manila galleon route and the lands of Oceania c. 1500 – 1800. pg. 687
- John Tomaske: The Columbian Exchange
- Alfred W. Crosby: The Columbian Exchange (in “The New World History”)
- Ewen Callaway: Collapse of Aztec society linked to catastrophic salmonella outbreak.
- Map: The Atlantic slave trade, 1500 – 1800. pg. 709
- Slave Voyages Webquest paired with Olaudah Equiano’s 1789 narrative.
- DBQ: Urban Centers as Hubs of Economic Activity