Title page History Alive!Title page History Alive!
Tci. Our goal is to help students like you succeed in learning about history in a way that is fun and exciting. With the help of teachers from around the nation, we’ve created the tci approach to learning
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Spain in the 16th and 17th centuriesSpain in the 16th and 17th centuries
South American continent, Central America, Florida, Cuba and, in Asia, the Philippine Islands. The empire was the means by which Christianity first spread across the Atlantic
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Women in pre-columbian latin americaWomen in pre-columbian latin america
Complex societies developed in these regions, but later than in the Middle East, Europe, and Asia based on current archaeological findings. The most important cultures were the Mayas, Aztecs and Incas
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Week 3: Spanish and French America The week of January 17 23, 2005Week 3: Spanish and French America The week of January 17 23, 2005
North America, and Chapters 3 and 4 in your text give you the “geography behind the history” for this era. Today, in 2005, the legacy of the French in North America is minimal – restricted primarily to Quebec Province in Canada while the legacy of the Spanish era
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0Instructional Objectives0Instructional Objectives
European voyages of expansion. They should also be able to assess the impact of overseas expansion on the conquered societies, on enslaved Africans, and on world trade. Finally
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A highly developed agriculture b monotheistic practicesA highly developed agriculture b monotheistic practices
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Unit two culture West and East \"We must have but one voice.\"Unit two culture West and East "We must have but one voice."
Many thousands of years ago, a land bridge rose out of the cold northern sea, connecting the Western and Eastern hemispheres. People and animals crossed back and forth between the continents of North America and Asia
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Sswh8 Demonstrate an understanding of the development of societies in Central and South AmericaSswh8 Demonstrate an understanding of the development of societies in Central and South America
B. Compare the culture of the Americas; include government, economy, religion, and the arts of the Mayans, Aztecs, and Incas
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Maya, Aztec, and Inca Practice TestMaya, Aztec, and Inca Practice Test
The Mayan farmers cut down forest and burned the land to prepare it for farming. This technique is called
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Aymara- culture Unit Naya Todd Friday 13th January Humanities-6 Aymara DescriptionAymara- culture Unit Naya Todd Friday 13th January Humanities-6 Aymara Description
Indian who live in South America, specifically Bolivia, Peru and Chile. The Aymara people have faced being with of the Inca Empire and later on the Spanish. There are about two million, mostly around Bolivia in the altiplano (high plains)
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The Byzantine EmpireThe Byzantine Empire
A. D. It fell due to barbarian invasions, high taxes, and corrupt rulers. However, the Eastern Roman Empire did not fall. It survived and became known as the Byzantine Empire. Therefore
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Proposed course outlineProposed course outline
Note: This course is set up for a 4-Block schedule. In order to complete the course as planned, 3 Terms of study will be needed, each Term consisting of approximately 9 weeks of 90 minute classes]
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Important Explorers Jacques CartierImportant Explorers Jacques Cartier
Jacques Cartier a French navigator who was in search of the Northwest Passage. He sailed up the Saint Lawrence River past what is now Quebec claiming the land for the French
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Chapter 20 review the largest early Mesoamerican city was TeotihuacanChapter 20 review the largest early Mesoamerican city was Teotihuacan
The influence of the Maya on the Toltex can be seen in the similarities between Tula and the Maya city of Chichen Itza
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New Worlds: The Americas and Oceania The Spanish CaribbeanNew Worlds: The Americas and Oceania The Spanish Caribbean
Originally from Orinoco River valley in South America, settled in Caribbean in late centuries bce through 900 ce
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