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25 terms
Expanding Horizons
astrolabe
rule of law
capitalism
colony
An instrument used by sailors to determine their location by…
principle that the law applies to everyone, even those who go…
An economic system based on private property and free enterpr…
A group of people in one place who are ruled by a parent coun…
astrolabe
An instrument used by sailors to determine their location by…
rule of law
principle that the law applies to everyone, even those who go…
14 terms
Expanding Horizons...
Isolationism
Expansionism
Imperialism
Open Door Policy
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundaries
The actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
A policy that allowed each foreign nation in China to trade f…
Isolationism
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
Expansionism
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundaries
Expanding Horizons
Circumnavigate
Conquistador
Tenochitlan
Northwest Passage
To sail around the world.
Spanish explorer in the Americas during the 1500s.
The capital of the Aztec Empire.
A water route to Asia through America.
Circumnavigate
To sail around the world.
Conquistador
Spanish explorer in the Americas during the 1500s.
26 terms
Expanding Horizons
Martin Luther
Vasco da Gama
circumnavigate
scientific method
criticized Catholic teachings and practices
Portuguese explorer who completed the eastern sea route to Asia
sail around the world
an orderly way of collecting and analyzing evidence
Martin Luther
criticized Catholic teachings and practices
Vasco da Gama
Portuguese explorer who completed the eastern sea route to Asia
Expanding horizons
1
2
3
4
Growing interest in distant lands china, india, new world
Growth in trade
Growth in ideas
Renaissance (rebirth)
1
Growing interest in distant lands china, india, new world
2
Growth in trade
96 terms
Expanding Horizons
Isolationism
Expansionism
Imperialism
Annexation
Noninvolvement in world affairs.
A driving force in American history
A time when powerful European nations created large empires b…
Bringing an area under the control of a larger country
Isolationism
Noninvolvement in world affairs.
Expansionism
A driving force in American history
32 terms
Expanding Horizons
Technology
Astrolabe
Circumnavigate
Conquistador
The application of scientific discoveries to practical use
an instrument used by sailors to observe positions of stars
to sail around the world
Spanish explorer in the Americas in the 1500s
Technology
The application of scientific discoveries to practical use
Astrolabe
an instrument used by sailors to observe positions of stars
64 terms
Expanding Horizons
hlavní přístavy pro cesty do Atlantiku
jak se nazýval Atlantik
jaké námořní technologie se začaly uží…
mytická křesťanská země v Africe ktero…
Lisabon a Seville
Ocean Sea
čtvercové plachty a kormidlo na zádi, kompas a námořní mapy
Země kněze Jana (nástupce tří králů)
hlavní přístavy pro cesty do Atlantiku
Lisabon a Seville
jak se nazýval Atlantik
Ocean Sea
11 terms
4.1 - Expanding Horizons
Isolationism
Expansionism
Imperialism
Militarism
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs.
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundries
The actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
A buildup of military strength within a country.
Isolationism
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs.
Expansionism
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundries
10 terms
expanding horizon
who was sent to japan
who message was he trying to deliver
what language did the sailor speak
why were the Japanese so nervous
Perry
the presidents
dutch
because they never seen advanced technology like theirs
who was sent to japan
Perry
who message was he trying to deliver
the presidents
Expanding your horizons
exploit the opportunity
optimal
integration
a limited view
use an opportunity well in order to gain as much from it as p…
best, ideal, first class
the process of becoming a full member of a group or society,…
not very broad/wide view
exploit the opportunity
use an opportunity well in order to gain as much from it as p…
optimal
best, ideal, first class
11 terms
4.1 Expanding Horizons
Commodore Matthew Perry
Treaty of Kanagawa
What drove Imperialism?
William H. Seaward
he was sent to japan in 1853 by president Fillmore to ask jap…
Japan opens two ports to Amercian ships
search for materials and markets and European powers competed…
pictured an american empire in the carribean central America…
Commodore Matthew Perry
he was sent to japan in 1853 by president Fillmore to ask jap…
Treaty of Kanagawa
Japan opens two ports to Amercian ships
39 terms
Expanding Your Horizons
a horizon
to expand
to make a decision
to exploit the opportunity
the limit of your desires, knowledge or interests
to become greater in size, number or importance
to decide what to do
to use an opportunity well in order to gain as much from it a…
a horizon
the limit of your desires, knowledge or interests
to expand
to become greater in size, number or importance
Expanding Horizons Vocab
Circumnavigate
Conquistador
Northwest Passage
Capitalism
To sail around the world
Spanish explorers in the Americas in the 1500s
Water route to Asia through North America sought by European…
An economic system based on private property and free enterpr…
Circumnavigate
To sail around the world
Conquistador
Spanish explorers in the Americas in the 1500s
Chapter 2: Expanding Horizons
Imperialism
Yellow Journalism
Anarchy
Annexation
refers to a time when powerful nation created large empires b…
A sensational, biased and often false reporting by the press
disorder and lawlessness
addition of land to the United States
Imperialism
refers to a time when powerful nation created large empires b…
Yellow Journalism
A sensational, biased and often false reporting by the press
Chapter 2: Expanding Horizons
Imperialism
Yellow Journalism
Anarchy
Annexation
refers to a time when powerful nations created large empires…
a sensational , biased, and often false reporting by the press
disorder and lawlessness
the addition of an area to the United States
Imperialism
refers to a time when powerful nations created large empires…
Yellow Journalism
a sensational , biased, and often false reporting by the press
Chapter 17: Expanding Horizons
Cartography
Mercator
Mollweide
Robinson Projection
Map-making
-The entire word is shown... - Good for longitude and lattitude
- Round, covers more space, more accurate
-more areas tighter, round at east and west... - better degrees
Cartography
Map-making
Mercator
-The entire word is shown... - Good for longitude and lattitude
Chapter 1: Expanding Horizons
Exploration
Marco Polo
Maps became...
Portugal and Spain start...
People of the "old world" spread their culture through trade…
- Brought back Asian cultures, ideas, and technology... - Inspir…
... they became more accurate
...they start a new era in exploring. To find a faster route…
Exploration
People of the "old world" spread their culture through trade…
Marco Polo
- Brought back Asian cultures, ideas, and technology... - Inspir…
5 terms
section 1: expanding horizons
isolation
imperialism
treaty of kanagawa
matthew perry
being excluded or keeping away from something. what America did
the taking over of a country by force
treaty b/w America and Japan that opened up Japanese ports to…
comrade sent to Japan by the US to convince Japan to open the…
isolation
being excluded or keeping away from something. what America did
imperialism
the taking over of a country by force
Chapter 2: Expanding Horizons
Imperialism
Yellow Journalism
Anarchy
Annexation
A time when powerful nations created by large empires exercis…
Sensational, biased, and often false reporting by the press.
Disorder and lawlessness.
The addition of an area to the United States.
Imperialism
A time when powerful nations created by large empires exercis…
Yellow Journalism
Sensational, biased, and often false reporting by the press.
23 terms
Chapter 22 "Expanding Horizons"
Isolationism-
Expansionism-
Imperialism -
Annexation -
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundaries
The actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
Bringing an area under the control of a larger country
Isolationism-
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
Expansionism-
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundaries
Chapter 22 "Expanding Horizons"
Isolationism-
Expansionism-
Imperialism -
Annexation -
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundaries
The actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
Bringing an area under the control of a larger country
Isolationism-
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
Expansionism-
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundaries
23 terms
Chapter 22 "Expanding Horizons"
Isolationism-
Expansionism-
Imperialism -
Annexation -
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundaries
The actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
Bringing an area under the control of a larger country
Isolationism-
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
Expansionism-
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundaries
4.1 Expanding Horizons
isolationism
expansionism
imperialism
militarism
a national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
a policy that calls for expandera a nations boundaries
the actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
a build up of military strength within a country
isolationism
a national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
expansionism
a policy that calls for expandera a nations boundaries
Ch. 6 Expanding horizons
Explorations
Spice islands
spice trade
Technology
started in 1400s
Maluku islands, pepper, cinnamon, nutmeg
controlled by Arab and Venetian merchants
compass - determined geographical direction, made by Chinese…
Explorations
started in 1400s
Spice islands
Maluku islands, pepper, cinnamon, nutmeg
11 terms
4.1- Expanding Horizons
Commodore Matthew Perry
Treaty of Kanagawa
What drove imperialism?
William H. Steward
sent to Japan in 1853 by President Fillmore, asked Japan to o…
Japan opens two ports to American ships
European powers competed with one another for power and influ…
1867 : pays Russia $7.2 million for Alaska. Alaska called ¨ S…
Commodore Matthew Perry
sent to Japan in 1853 by President Fillmore, asked Japan to o…
Treaty of Kanagawa
Japan opens two ports to American ships
Ch. 6 Expanding Horizons
Cartographer
Line of Demarcation
Circumnavigation
Prince Henry (Navigator)
Person who makes maps.
Imaginary line in the Atlantic Ocean, drawn by the pope in 14…
Sailing completely around something, such as the world.
Son of King John I of Portugal; Not a sailor; Brought togethe…
Cartographer
Person who makes maps.
Line of Demarcation
Imaginary line in the Atlantic Ocean, drawn by the pope in 14…
38 terms
Expanding your horizons
a spectrum of (interests)
an integration into something
to hold a purpose
to contribute to a conversation
a variety of something
the act or process of combining two or more things so that th…
to have a purpose
to add more to a conversation
a spectrum of (interests)
a variety of something
an integration into something
the act or process of combining two or more things so that th…
28 terms
Expanding Social Horizons
Socialization
Authoritarian Parenting
Authoritative Parenting
Permissive Parenting
Teaching children the values, roles, and behaviors of their c…
Parents who show high levels of control and low levels of war…
Parents who use a moderate amount of control and are warm and…
Style of parenting that offers warmth and caring but little p…
Socialization
Teaching children the values, roles, and behaviors of their c…
Authoritarian Parenting
Parents who show high levels of control and low levels of war…
4.1 Expanding Horizons
isolationism
Expansionism
Imperialism
Militarism
a national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
A policy that calls for expanding a nation's boundary
The actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
A build up of military strength within a country
isolationism
a national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
Expansionism
A policy that calls for expanding a nation's boundary
4.1 expanding horizons
isolationism
expansionism
imperialism
militarism
a national policy of avoiding involvement in world afairs
a policy that calls for expanding a nation's boundaries
the actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
a buildup of military strength within a country
isolationism
a national policy of avoiding involvement in world afairs
expansionism
a policy that calls for expanding a nation's boundaries
4.1 expanding horizons
Commodore Matthew Perry
Treaty of Kanagawa
William H. Seward
Pan american conference
Sent to japan in 1853 by president fill more... ask japan to ope…
Japan opens two ports for american ships
1867 pays Russia 7.2 million dollars for Alaska... 1912 Alaska b…
1889 Latin american countries come to washington D.C
Commodore Matthew Perry
Sent to japan in 1853 by president fill more... ask japan to ope…
Treaty of Kanagawa
Japan opens two ports for american ships
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EXPANDING HORIZONS 8.1
Since the birth of our nation, this co…
Americans were absorbed in the dream o…
expansionism
Americans
...
Seeking land and better opportunities, many Americans moved t…
This expansionism was a driving force in American history.
Americans began to look beyond the nation's borders to fronti…
Since the birth of our nation, this co…
...
Americans were absorbed in the dream o…
Seeking land and better opportunities, many Americans moved t…
4.1 Expanding Horizons
Imperialism
Expandsionism
isolationism
militarism
The actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundaries.
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs.
A build up a military strength within a country.
Imperialism
The actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
Expandsionism
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundaries.
4.1 Expanding Horizons
Commodore Matthew Perry
Treaty of Kanagawa
What drove Imperilism
William H Seward
sent to Japan in 1853 by President Fillmore
Japan opens 2 parts to American Ships
search for material and markets
pictured on american empire in the Caribian, Central America…
Commodore Matthew Perry
sent to Japan in 1853 by President Fillmore
Treaty of Kanagawa
Japan opens 2 parts to American Ships
Exploration Expanding Horizons
Vikings- 11th C
Marco Polo
What did Marco Polo write about
Arabs 14th C
-scandenavia... -established settlements North America Greenland…
-Italian... walked Italy to china... -took sea route back to Italy…
wrote about travelers
traded in Indian Ocean... brought spices/textiles Levant... venicia…
Vikings- 11th C
-scandenavia... -established settlements North America Greenland…
Marco Polo
-Italian... walked Italy to china... -took sea route back to Italy…
5 terms
Expanding Social Horizons
Authoritarian Parenting
Authoritative Parenting
Indulgent-Permissive Parenting
Indifferent-Uninvolved Parenting
Combines high control with little warmth
Combines more control with warmth and responsiveness
Provides warmth with little control
Involves little warmth or control
Authoritarian Parenting
Combines high control with little warmth
Authoritative Parenting
Combines more control with warmth and responsiveness
4.1 Expanding Horizons
Imperialism
expansion
militarism
isolationism
The conditions used by one nation to exercise political or ec…
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundary
a buildup of military strength within a country.
a national policy of avoiding involvement to worldwide affairs.
Imperialism
The conditions used by one nation to exercise political or ec…
expansion
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundary
4.1 Expanding Horizons
Who was sent to Japan in 1853?
What did the treaty of Kanagawa do?
What drove imperialism?
How much money did it cost to buy Alas…
President Fillmore.
It opened 2 ports to American ships.
Search for materials and markets.
$7.2 million for Alaska.
Who was sent to Japan in 1853?
President Fillmore.
What did the treaty of Kanagawa do?
It opened 2 ports to American ships.
4.1-Expanding Horizons
Who was sent to japan?
What did Commodore Matthew Perry ask J…
What is the treaty of Kanagawa?
What did the search for materials and…
Commodore Matthew Perry
To open ports to American ships
Japan opens two ports to American ships
Imperialism
Who was sent to japan?
Commodore Matthew Perry
What did Commodore Matthew Perry ask J…
To open ports to American ships
4.1 Expanding Horizons
isolationism
Expansionism
Imperialism
Militarism
a national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
a policy that calls for expanding a nation's boundaries
the actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
A build-up military strength within a country
isolationism
a national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
Expansionism
a policy that calls for expanding a nation's boundaries
10 terms
4.1 Expanding Horizons
Why was Commodore Matthew Perry sent t…
When did Commodore Matthew Perry deliv…
When did Alaska become US territory?
Isolationsm
To deliver a letter asking Japan to open it's ports.
1853.
1912.
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs.
Why was Commodore Matthew Perry sent t…
To deliver a letter asking Japan to open it's ports.
When did Commodore Matthew Perry deliv…
1853.
4.1- Expanding Horizons
Who was sent to Japan in 1853?
What treaty did china sign?
What drove imperialism?
What year did Alaska become a state?
Commodore Matthew Perry
The Treaty of Kanagawa
The search for materials and markets
1912
Who was sent to Japan in 1853?
Commodore Matthew Perry
What treaty did china sign?
The Treaty of Kanagawa
10 terms
4.1: Expanding Horizons
What did Commodore Matthew Perry do?
What was the Treaty of Kanagawa?
What drove imperialism?
What did William Seward do?
Asked Japan to open ports to American ships
Japan opened two ports to American ships
Search for materials and markets
Payed Russia $7.2 million for Alaska
What did Commodore Matthew Perry do?
Asked Japan to open ports to American ships
What was the Treaty of Kanagawa?
Japan opened two ports to American ships
4.1-expanding horizons
What did U.S. ask Japan to do?
Where did the president send Commodore…
Did they open the ports?
What drove imperialism?
Open ports to American ships
Japan
Yes
Searched for materials and markets
What did U.S. ask Japan to do?
Open ports to American ships
Where did the president send Commodore…
Japan
Chapter 22 (Expanding Horizons)
protectorate
annexation
imperialism
anarchy
a country that is technically independent but actually under…
the addition of an area to the United States
a time when powerful nations created large empires by exercis…
disorder and lawlessness
protectorate
a country that is technically independent but actually under…
annexation
the addition of an area to the United States
6 terms
social studies- expanding horizons
isolation
imperialism
expansionism
matthew perry
noninvolvement in world affairs... george washington federal ad…
creating empires, by gaining control over weaker nations... eur…
nation expanding its territory ... america-west and south
traveled to japan with 4 warships... treaty of kanagawa
isolation
noninvolvement in world affairs... george washington federal ad…
imperialism
creating empires, by gaining control over weaker nations... eur…
23 terms
Chapter 22 "Expanding Horizons"
Isolationism-
Expansionism-
Imperialism -
Annexation -
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundaries
The actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
Bringing an area under the control of a larger country
Isolationism-
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
Expansionism-
A policy that calls for expanding a nations boundaries
4.1 Expanding Horizons
Commadore Matthew Perry
tready of kanagawa
what drove imperialism
influence in Asia and Aferica
sent to japan by president Filmore (1853)
japan opens 2 ports for American ships
the search of materials and market
European powers competed with one other for power
Commadore Matthew Perry
sent to japan by president Filmore (1853)
tready of kanagawa
japan opens 2 ports for American ships
10 terms
4.1 - Expanding Horizons
Whats year was Perry sent to Japan?
How many ports did Japan open to the U…
What did European powers compete for?
Where did Seward picture the American…
1853
2
power and influence in Asia and Africa
Caribbean, Central America, South Pacific
Whats year was Perry sent to Japan?
1853
How many ports did Japan open to the U…
2
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