Bundle of 2 - Age of Discovery, Exploration and Slave Trade

Bundle of 2 - Age of Discovery, Exploration and Slave Trade
Bundle of 2 - Age of Discovery, Exploration and Slave Trade
Bundle of 2 - Age of Discovery, Exploration and Slave Trade
Bundle of 2 - Age of Discovery, Exploration and Slave Trade
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This is a bundle of 2 highly animated, power point presentations on the Age of Exploration & Discovery. There are a total of 60 slides in the two presentations, all of which are editable so you can modify the slides if you need to.

The Age of Exploration or (Discovery), officially began in the early 15th century and lasted until the 17th century. The period is characterized as a time when Europeans began exploring the world by sea in search of trading partners, new goods, and new trade routes.

Renaissance Italy dominated the Mediterranean. Other European powers envied their leadership position in trade with the East. It was a lucrative trade that originated on the far side of Asia and came through Arab traders of the Middle East. Other Europeans wanted to get a piece of this action.

Their imagination was further excited by the travels of an Italian named Marco Polo who had seen the wonders of the East and co-authored a popular book about his experiences. The information gained during the Age of Exploration significantly helped change the world in Europe. European culture and technology spread throughout the world. Events occurring in Europe could affect events around the world and vice versa.

The Age of Exploration ended in the early 17th century after technological advancements and increased knowledge of the world allowed Europeans to travel easily across the globe by sea. In addition, the creation of settlements along the coasts of the newly found areas created a network of communication and trade, therefore ending the need to search for trade routes.

Power point presentation #1, The Age of Exploration & Discovery contains 32 slides and covers the following:

Background
Marco Polo
Reasons for Exploration
The Portuguese
Portolan Charts
Spices Spur Exploration
Navigating the Ocean
Sailing Technology
The Reconquista
Columbus’ Trip Approved
Other Notable Trips
The Conquistadors
Line of Demarcation
Line of Demarcation Map
Treatment of the Natives
Conquering the Natives: Disease
Conquering the Natives: Weapons
Silver, Gold & Spices
Stock Companies
England
France
Holland
True Wealth of Nations
Protectionism
Colonization Continues
End of the Age of Exploration
Later Explorations
End of Presentation

The Atlantic Slave Trade, also known as the Transatlantic Slave Trade, was the trade of African persons supplied to the European colonies of the "New World.” It lasted from the 16th century to the 19th century. The slave-trade is sometimes called the “Maafa” by African and Black scholars. The Maafa, means "holocaust" or "great disaster" in Swahili.

Most slaves were shipped from West Africa and Central Africa and taken to the New World. Some slaves were captured by European slave traders through raids and kidnapping, but most were obtained through coastal trading with fellow Africans. The slave trade involved several regions and continents: Africa, America, the Caribbean, Europe and the Indian Ocean.

The Transatlantic Slave Trade is unique within the history of slavery for 3 main reasons: Its duration; It lasted approximately 4 centuries, Those victimized; Black African men, women, and children, The legitimization attempted on its behalf; The development of an anti-black ideology and its legal organization, the Code Noir.

Power point presentation #2, The Age of Exploration & Discovery - The Transatlantic Slave Trade contains 28 slides and covers the following:

Background
Uniqueness
Disruption & Tragedy
Slave System Established
The Atlantic System
The 1st Atlantic System
The 2nd Atlantic System
The “Middle Passage”
Triangle of Trade
Triangle’s 1st Leg
Triangle’s 2nd Leg
Triangle’s 3rd Leg
Understanding the Slave Trade
Production Demand
Cheap Land
Need for Laborers
Bonded Labor & Indian Slavery
Africa’s Slave Trade
Africa’s Participation
Slave Trading Posts
African Slave Promotion
African Slaves
Code Noir (2)
End of Presentation

The is one of many bundled power point presentations I offer in my store under various headings.
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Bundle of 2 - Age of Discovery, Exploration and Slave Trade
Bundle of 2 - Age of Discovery, Exploration and Slave Trade
Bundle of 2 - Age of Discovery, Exploration and Slave Trade
Bundle of 2 - Age of Discovery, Exploration and Slave Trade
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