World History Chapter 25 – The New Imperialism (1800 – 1914)



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World History

Chapter 25 – The New Imperialism (1800 – 1914)

Updated 3/30/11



Topic

Learning Targets

Academic Vocabulary

People

A Western-Dominated World

“The New Imperialism and Its Causes”

 I can identify & describe causes of new imperialism


“The Success of Western Imperialism”

 I can explain reasons for the success of western imperialism
“Forms of Imperial Rule”

 I can describe how governments ruled their empires



Imperialism

New Imperialism
direct rule

indirect rule

protectorate

sphere of influence







Topic

Learning Targets

Academic Vocabulary

People

The Partition of Africa

“Africa in the Early 1800s”

 I can explain forces that shaped Africa in the early 1800s


“European Contacts Increase”

 I can describe how European contact with Africa increased
“A Scramble for Colonies”

 I can identify which European nations were most successful in the scramble for African colonies


“Africans Resist Imperialism”

 I can give examples of African resistance to European imperialism



jihad


Asante

Liberia


missionaries

Berlin Conference

Boer War

elite


David Livingstone

Nehanda

Menelik II




Topic

Learning Targets

Academic Vocabulary

People

European Challenges to the Muslim World

“Stresses in the Muslim World”

 I can identify sources of stress in the Muslim world


“Problems for the Ottoman Empire”

 I can describe problems that contributed to Ottoman decline

“Egypt Seeks to Modernize”

 I can give examples of how Egypt sought to modernize


“Iran and the European Powers”

 I can explain why European powers were interested in Iran



Mahdi


pashas

Young Turks

Armenians

genocide


Suez Canal

Qajars


concessions


Muhammed Ali



Topic

Learning Targets

Academic Vocabulary

People

The British Take Over India

“East India Company and Sepoy Rebellion”

 I can identify causes and effects of the Sepoy Rebellion

“British Colonial Rule”

 I can explain how British rule affected India

“Different Views on Culture”

 I can identify how Indians differed on their views on Indian and British culture


“Indian Nationalism”

 I can identify the origins of Indian nationalism



East India Company

sati

sepoy


Sepoy Rebellion

viceroy


deforestation

purdah


Indian National Congress

Muslim League




Ram Mohun Roy




Topic

Learning Targets

Academic Vocabulary

People

China and the New Imperialism

“The Trade Issue”

 I can explain how western powers gained greater trading rights in China


“Internal Problems”

 I can identify internal problems that threatened the Qing dynasty
“Reform Efforts”

 I can identify goals of Chinese reformers


“The Qing Dynasty Falls”

 I can explain how the Qing dynasty came to an end



trade surplus

trade deficit

Opium War

Treaty of Nanjing

Indemnity

extraterritoriality

Taiping Rebellion

Open Door Policy

Boxer Uprising


Ci Xi


Sun Yixian







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