Social Studies Scope and Sequence, Colonizing the New World

Social Studies Standard III, World History

Lesson 330, Colonizing the New World

Understanding why European explorers went to explore the New World

Understanding why Europeans searched for a westerly sea route to Asia for trade

Understanding the Columbian Exchange

Understanding the positive and negative impacts of the Columbian Exchange

Understanding the impact the Europeans had on the Native American peoples

Understanding the results of explorations that occurred during the Age of Discovery

Knowing Columbus’ three ships, the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria

Understanding cultural diffusion

Understanding the Northwest Passage

Understanding the English colony Jamestown in Virginia

Understanding the Plymouth Colony

Knowing why various European groups settled the New World

Understanding the Triangular Trade system

Understanding the Puritans

Understanding the Pilgrims

Understanding which countries gained control of most of the North American land

Understanding why Spain ceased to be a world power

Understanding Queen Anne’s War

Understanding the French and Indian War

Knowing about the following: Christopher Columbus, Kind Ferdinand, Queen Isabella, conquistado Hernando Cortes, Francisco Pizarro, Ponce de Leon, Balboa, Ferdinand Magellan, John Cabot, Henry Hudson, John Smith, the Pilgrims, William Penn, the Quakers


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