Chapter One Study Guide Part I

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					Chapter One Study Guide: Part I
Answer the following questions in complete sentences on a separate piece of paper. Explain and elaborate fully
wherever possible.
   1.  Describe the lifestyle and culture of three different Native American groups from three different parts of the country.
   2.  Explain three personality traits that a person would have to have to become an explorer during the Age of Exploration. How
       might these qualities have affected the actions of the explorers?
   3. Describe three perils that made exploration during this time dangerous.
   4. Describe three reasons why European monarchs were willing to finance risky ventures to explore or colonize the New World.
   5. List three things (animals, plants, microbes, philosophies, etc.) that did not exist in Europe before the age of exploration.
       How did these new things change life for Europeans?
   6. List three things (animals, plants, microbes, philosophies, etc.) that did not exist in the Americas before the age of
       exploration. How did these new things change life for people in the New World
   7. Explain three ways in which the philosophy or religion of the Native Americans were different from those of the Europeans.
   8. List in descending order the three European nations who most benefited from the Age of Exploration. Explain your choices.
   9. Explain three reasons why explorers such as Columbus are regarded as heroes.
   10. Explain three reasons why explorers such as Columbus are regarded as villains.
   11. Bonus Question: Name three classic Americans cars that were named for European Explorers.


Chapter One Study Guide: Part I
Answer the following questions in complete sentences on a separate piece of paper. Explain and elaborate fully
wherever possible.
   1.  Describe the lifestyle and culture of three different Native American groups from three different parts of the country.
   2.  Explain three personality traits that a person would have to have to become an explorer during the Age of Exploration. How
       might these qualities have affected the actions of the explorers?
   3. Describe three perils that made exploration during this time dangerous.
   4. Describe three reasons why European monarchs were willing to finance risky ventures to explore or colonize the New World.
   5. List three things (animals, plants, microbes, philosophies, etc.) that did not exist in Europe before the age of exploration.
       How did these new things change life for Europeans?
   6. List three things (animals, plants, microbes, philosophies, etc.) that did not exist in the Americas before the age of
       exploration. How did these new things change life for people in the New World
   7. Explain three ways in which the philosophy or religion of the Native Americans were different from those of the Europeans.
   8. List in descending order the three European nations who most benefited from the Age of Exploration. Explain your choices.
   9. Explain three reasons why explorers such as Columbus are regarded as heroes.
   10. Explain three reasons why explorers such as Columbus are regarded as villains.
   11. Bonus Question: Name three classic Americans cars that were named for European Explorers.




Chapter One Study Guide: Part I
Answer the following questions in complete sentences on a separate piece of paper. Explain and elaborate fully
wherever possible.
   1.  Describe the lifestyle and culture of three different Native American groups from three different parts of the country.
   2.  Explain three personality traits that a person would have to have to become an explorer during the Age of Exploration. How
       might these qualities have affected the actions of the explorers?
   3. Describe three perils that made exploration during this time dangerous.
   4. Describe three reasons why European monarchs were willing to finance risky ventures to explore or colonize the New World.
   5. List three things (animals, plants, microbes, philosophies, etc.) that did not exist in Europe before the age of exploration.
       How did these new things change life for Europeans?
   6. List three things (animals, plants, microbes, philosophies, etc.) that did not exist in the Americas before the age of
       exploration. How did these new things change life for people in the New World
   7. Explain three ways in which the philosophy or religion of the Native Americans were different from those of the Europeans.
   8. List in descending order the three European nations who most benefited from the Age of Exploration. Explain your choices.
   9. Explain three reasons why explorers such as Columbus are regarded as heroes.
   10. Explain three reasons why explorers such as Columbus are regarded as villains.
   11. Bonus Question: Name three classic Americans cars that were named for European Explorers.