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					                                                                                                               US History
                     Unit 2: Two Worlds Collide – Exploration & Colonization
                                           Study Guide
Reading: Chapter 2, Sections 3-4 and Chapters 3 & 4 (Pages 50-135)
The BIG Idea: After discovering the Americas, competing European nations use the “new world” to gain
wealth and power at the expense of the American Indian peoples.

Essential Questions and Understanding:
        1.   What brought Europeans westward?
        2.   What impact did Europeans have on the American Indians and African slaves?
        3.   Why, where, and how were the 13 English colonies established?
        4.   What was life like in the English colonies?
BE ABLE TO:
        Describe the events and changes in Europe that eventually leads to their exploration of the world.
        Analyze the economic, political, and social reasons for European exploration.
        Identify key individuals who contributed to European exploration.
        Identify the main products exchanged in the Columbian Exchange.
        Understand the development and impact of New Spain.
        Assess the impact of European colonization on African slaves and American Indian nations.
        Examine the reasons for slavery, its beginnings, and investigate the transportation of African slaves.
        Understand the impact of the Protestant Reformation on the colonization of North America.
        Explain where and why European countries colonized North American.
        Describe the origins and outcome of Jamestown, VA and Plymouth, MA.
        Explain the contributions of key individuals and groups in the settling of the English colonies.
        Examine the economic, political and social patterns in the development of the 13 English colonies.
        Contrast the economies of the 3 major colonial regions: New England, Middle and Southern.
        Explain the development of self-government in the colonies.
        Investigate the lifestyles and cultures of the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies (education, slavery, religion,
        etc.)
     MONDAY                    TUESDAY                WEDNESDAY                  THURSDAY                    FRIDAY
                   20                        21                      22                          23                       24
                                                  European Traditions       Medieval Europe,               Renaissance
                                                                            Africa, and Asia
                    27                       28                        29                        30                October 1
  Age of Exploration     Exploration              Spanish Conquest          New Spain                 NW Passage New
     Pgs. 67 - 72        Pgs. 67 - 72             Pgs. 74 - 80              Pgs. 74 - 80              France
                                                                                                      Pgs. 81 - 86
                    4                         5                         6                         7                        8
The French and Dutch     Jamestown                Jamestown                 Middle Passage            Mayflower
Pgs. 81 - 86             Pgs. 87 - 91             Pgs. 87 - 91              Pgs. 116 - 119            Pgs. 93 - 97
                   11                      12                       13                           14                       15
Mayflower                New England Colonies     New England Colonies           FALL BREAK                 FALL BREAK
Pgs. 93 - 97             Pgs. 101 - 107           Pgs. 101 - 107                 NO SCHOOL                  NO SCHOOL

                   18                        19                        20                        21                       22
Middle Colonies          Middle Colonies          Southern Colonies         Slavery in America        Colonial America
Pgs. 108 - 112           Pgs. 108 - 112           Pgs. 113 - 116            Pgs. 116 - 119            Pgs. 125 - 131
                   25                        26                        27                        28                       29
                                                                                                                  ST
Colonial America         Roots of Self-                   REVIEW                 UNIT 2 EXAM            END OF 1 TERM
Pgs. 125 - 131           Government                                                                       NO SCHOOL
                         Pgs. 120 - 124
UNIT 2 TERMS
DIRECTIONS:

          You will get a handout with these terms on it in class.
          In your own words, write an explanation of the term.
          Then answer the question: Why is ___________(the term) significant in history? Underline the answer to this
          question.
          USE ONLY YOUR NOTES AND TEXTBOOK FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT (use chapters 1 & 2 only!) Do not use the
          internet!
          Please write nicely.
          Each term is worth 2 points.

1.    Crusades
2.    Renaissance
3.    Treaty of Tordesillas
4.    Christopher Columbus
5.    Columbian Exchange
6.    Amerigo Vespucci
7.    Hernando Cortez
8.    Francisco Pizarro
9.    Northwest Passage
10.   Henry Hudson
11.   Virginia Company
12.    John Smith
13.   Pocahontas
14.   John Rolfe
15.   House of Burgesses
16.   Middle Passage
17.   Separatists/Pilgrims
18.   Mayflower Compact
19.   Plymouth Colony
20.   Massachusetts Bay Company
21.   Puritans
22.   Roger Williams
23.   Metacom (aka “King Phillip”) and King Phillip’s War
24.   William Penn and the Quakers
25.   The Great Awakening
26.   Benjamin Franklin
27.   The Enlightenment


UNIT 2 VOCABULARY:

          astrolabe                                 indentured servants                     plantations
          caravan                                   Islam                                   Qur’an
          Christianity                              Judaism                                 republic
          city-state                                manor                                   tobacco
          Coureurs de bois                          mercantilism                            triangular trade
          direct democracy                          missionary
          feudalism                                 missions

				
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