Travel Journal Answer the questions with notes from your reading as you complete the lesson



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06.01 Travel Journal

Answer the questions with notes from your reading as you complete the lesson.

1. What do the geographic transitions evident in the interactive map indicate about the changes taking place in Latin America?

2. How did the class system influence the way different groups might have thought of each other?

3. How are the different independence movements in the Caribbean countries related?

4. How did activities in Europe lead to the decolonization of the Americas?

5. How were the caudillos like feudal lords?



06.02 Travel Journal

Answer the questions with notes from your reading as you complete the lesson.

1. Why was the textile industry important for the start of the Industrial Revolution?

2. What were some of the problems caused by rapid industrialization?

3. How was the process of industrialization in the United States similar to or different from how it occurred in Britain?

4. How was Japan’s industrialization tied to colonization?

5. What was the artistic response to the Industrial Revolution?

6. How did the views of Engels and Smiles on industrialization differ?

7. How were social reforms impacted by the Industrial Revolution?



06.03 Travel Journal

Answer the questions with notes from your reading as you complete the lesson.

1. How did the Enlightenment and Industrial Revolution contribute to the emergence of new ideologies?

2. What is capitalism? How did economists expand upon the ideas of Adam Smith?

3. What were some of the early socialist beliefs, and how were they put into practice?

4. What are some leading features of communist ideology?

5. How are the ideologies of socialism, communism, and capitalism similar and different?



06.04 Travel Journal

Part 1 – Answer the following questions in your own words.

1. Describe the motivations European nations had that led them to establish colonies overseas?

2. Why is it useful to view the Age of Imperialism in two waves?

3. What was the Boxer Rebellion?

4. How was propaganda used to promote the ideas of imperialism?

5. How are the post-colonial experiences of the countries of Algeria, the Congo, and Korea different or similar?



Part 2 – Complete the chart with details from the lesson.

Colonizing Nation

Colonies Held/Spheres of Influence

Consequences

Great Britain







France







Spain







France







Netherlands







United States







06.05 Travel Journal

Part 1 – Answer the following questions in your own words.

1. What was the state of both Italy and Germany after the Napoleonic Era?

2. How did Cavour differ from Garibaldi and Mazzini?

3. What do you think the Italian King meant when he called for "an economic awakening"?

4. What role did Bismarck play in the unification of Germany?

5. How did Germany unification affect the balance of power in Europe?

6. Why did some German and Italian events happen simultaneously, such as the 1848 revolutions and the 1870 – 1871 conclusions?

Part 2 – Complete the chart with details from the lesson. Consider that a person’s role in the unification process may be positive, negative, or a mixture. Summarize the effects that each person had on either Italy’s or Germany’s unification, or in some cases, both countries.

Person

Role in the unification process

Napoleon Bonaparte




Prince Metternich




Giuseppe Mazzini




Count Cavour




Giuseppe Garibaldi




Pope Pius IX




Victor Emmanuel II




Frederick William the IV




Otto von Bismarck




Wilhelm I




06.06 Travel Journal

Answer the questions with notes from your reading as you complete the lesson.

1. What areas of reform was the United States pursuing?

2. Why was science an important element of reform in Europe?

3. What were the primary means for effecting reform in Africa?

4. What were Japanese reformers attempting to accomplish?

5. What problems did reform movements in Latin America and the Caribbean face in the 20th century?

6. How were independence movements after World War II similar and different?

7. What are some of the common strains among the reform movements in Chile, Haiti, and South Africa?



06.07 19th Century Changes: Assessment

Discussion-Based Assessment

For this assignment, you will need to schedule a phone call with your instructor to review the content of the completed module. This call will focus on important content of the module. Be prepared to discuss in depth any of the assignments contained in the module.



Possible topics could include:

  • the causes and effects of 19th-century Latin American and Caribbean independence movements led by people including Bolivar, de San Martin, and L' Ouverture

  • the agricultural and technological innovations that led to industrialization in Great Britain and its subsequent spread to continental Europe, the United States, and Japan

  • the social and economic effects of the Industrial Revolution

  • the philosophies of capitalism, socialism, and communism as described by Adam Smith, Robert Owen, and Karl Marx

  • the causes and effects of imperialism

  • major events in China during the 19th and early 20th centuries related to imperialism

  • the unification of Italy and Germany

  • the 19th and early 20th century social and political reforms and reform movements and their effects in Africa, Asia, Europe, the United States, the Caribbean, and Latin America

  • post-war independence movements in African, Asian, and Caribbean countries

  • the successes and failures of democratic reform movements in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and Latin America



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