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Unit #7: Imperialism - Jewel of the Empire
 
  Learning Target: I can IDENTIFY motivations for Imperialism by industrialized nations during the late 1800s and early 1900s.

I know I know it when: I can define the term "imperialism" and locate colonial possessions around the globe.

I am learning this because: Today many nations still have unresolved problems dating back to the Age of Imperialism including some artificial borders and Third World concerns.




Directions:
 
Directions: Please follow the directions in the box below to complete the assignment.  Be sure to complete the assignment and carefully check your work before submitting your assignment for a grade. 




Part 1: Important Vocabulary Terms & Geography

1.   It was said that the "Sun Never Set on the British Empire.  School children in Britain even sang songs about how many colonies Britain possessed.  One of Great Britain's imperial possessions was considered to
      the "The Jewel in the Crown of the Empire."  Today we are going to take a look at this colony and explore other events which helped make India Britain's greatest possession.

      Take a moment to download the Imperialism Jewel of the Empire Student AssignmentBe sure to click File > Save As Google Slides before you begin

         


2.   Use pages 697-705 to define the terms below.  Use your text tool to place the definitions next to the term in your Imperialism Jewel of the Empire Student Assignment.

      Geopolitics

      Crimean War

      Suez Canal

      Sepoy

      "Jewel in the Crown"

       Raj


3.  Be prepared to discuss each term and its definition with the class. 




Part 2: The British Seize Ottoman

1.  Read pages 697-700 to learn more about how the British and other European nations conquered lands that once belonged to the Ottoman Empire.   

      
  

2.  Complete the graphic organizer on slide #4 of your Imperialism Jewel of the Empire Student Assignment. by noting the most important facts in each section.  You should have 4 or 5 good facts for each   
     section to truly understand what you are reading.  You may wish to read each section first before deciding on what to place in the organizer.


     

    
3.  Be prepared to the information in the graphic organizer with the class using your Imperialism Jewel of the Empire Student Assignment.



Part 3: Jewel Geography

1.    Label the map on slide #5 using the terms on the right hand side of the slide.  You can drag or drop the labels onto the map or use your text tool to complete the map.  Use the maps on page 697, 699, & 702
       to help you.  You can also use the maps on below.

      
              
        



2.  Be prepared to discuss the map with the class.





Part 4: The "Jewel of the Empire" The British Control India

1.  Read pages 701-705 to learn more about how the British controlled and profited from India.

      
  

2.  Complete the graphic organizer on slide #6 of your Imperialism Jewel of the Empire Student Assignment by noting the most important facts in each section.  You should have 4 or 5 good facts for each   
     section to truly understand what you are reading.  You may wish to read each section first before deciding on what to place in the organizer.

3.  Once you have completed your graphic organizer.  Compose a well written paragraph summarizing the information on your graphic organizer on slide #6. You can place your essay below. in your
     Imperialism Jewel of the Empire Student Assignment





Part 5: Submit your work for a grade


 1.   Once you have completed your Imperialism Jewel of the Empire Student Assignment use the Google Form below to submit your work for a grade.  Be sure to check
       your answers using the Imperialism Jewel of the Empire Student Assignment.

 2.    Carefully check your answer and submit your work for a grade. 

      Turn in your Jewel of the Empire Here!

3.    Good Job!





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