World History: European Imperialism ~Student Activities~ | Distance Learning

World History: European Imperialism  ~Student Activities~ | Distance Learning
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***Now includes a GOOGLE Version! (DISTANCE LEARNING)..... Please make sure any resources placed online are password protected so that only your class has access (no free public access). Thanks so much!

You are purchasing a complete lesson on European Imperialism- an OVERVIEW. Topics Covered: What was it? When did it occur? Why? Scramble for Africa, Berlin Conference, Social Darwinism. Includes a comparison of the colonizers v. the colonized perspective and Forms of Imperialism, Management Methods/Control (Direct and Indirect)... (You get a PPT, PDF and Google version for your use!)

Lesson materials included:

- Warm-up Activity- comparison of Imperialism to "Bullying"

- Full Color Power-point with corresponding student chart for note-taking

- "Foldable" Activity

- Video Link & Short Background Reading for Students

- Creative EXIT Card Activity!

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Total Pages
20 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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