Nationalism Industrialization and Imperialism






  • Define Nationalism and give examples of Nationalist movements
  • Describe the character and scale of industrialization
  • Explain the main effects of the Industrial revolution - Social, Poltical, Economic Cultural, and Technological
  • Describe the connection between Industrialization and Imperialism
  • Analyze British Imperialism in India and Africa


Nationalism

As revolutions swept through the Atlantic in the late 18th and early 19th centuries people came to identify themselves as part of a community called a nation.

1. Complete the who, what, when, where, why analysis of the Treaty of Westphalia

Treaty of Westphalia
  • Who?
  • What
  • When?
  • Where?
  • Why?


2. Define nationalism in your own words:

Take notes on the following. Make sure you connect the events back to nationalism.
  • Unification of Italy
  • Unification of Germany
  • Zionism
  • Brazilian Independence
  • Monroe Doctrine
  • Argentine Republic
  • Balkan Nationalism
3. Summarize the global impact of nationalism (limit to 200 words/ 1/2 page)

Industrialization


4. Look at the data below and answer the questions that follow

Index Numbers of World Trade (Volume of trade in selected years compared to 1913)
Year
Index Number
1850
10
1870
24
1895
48
1901
67
1911
96
1913
100
Iron Production (1000's Metric Tons)

1830
1850
1913
Britain
700
2,716
9,792
France
244
1,262
4,626
Russia
167
231
3,870
Germany
111
246
14,836
Years of Life Expectancy at Birth
Country
Year: 1820
Year: 1900
Britain
40
50
Average,rest of Western Europe
36
46
United States
39
47
Japan
34
44
Russia
28
32
Average, all Latin America
27
32
Average, all Asia
23
24
Average all Africa
23
24

  • Which of the data sets above do you think is the most significant? Why?
  • Taken together what do these data sets tell us?

5. Read the following and answer the questions below

  • What was the Industrial revolution?
  • What was its origins?
  • What were its major effects?

6. Now referring to your textbook create a chart or mindmap of the effects of Industrialization. You must include the following
  • Gender roles/issues
  • Family Structures
  • Social Structures
  • Extension of voting rights (chartist movement)
  • Mass leisure culture
  • Romanticism
  • Socialism
  • Communism


Imperialism


7. Examine the map below and the data that follows - What do they show us?
british_empire.png

Extent of Colonial Control

Great Britain
France
Belgium
Netherlands
Germany (1914)
Area in Square Miles
94,000
212,600
11,800
13,200
210,000
Population
45,500,100
42,000,000
8,300,000
8.500,000
67,500,000
Area of Colonies
13,100,000
4,300,000
940,000
790,000
1,100,000
Population of Colonies
470,000,000
65,000,000
13,000,000
66,000,000
13,000,000

SOURCE: Mary Evelyn Townsend, European Colonial Expansion Since 1871 (Chicago: J.P. Lippincott Company, 1941), p. 19


Percentage of Territories Belonging to the European/US Colonial Powers
(1900)

Percentage Controlled

Africa
90.4%
Polynesia
98.9%
Asia
56.5%
Australia
100.0%
Americas
27.2%
SOURCE: A. Supan, Die territoriale Entwicklung der Euroaischen Kolonien (Gotha, 1906), p. 254


8. Define Imperialism in your own words:

9. What were the motivations for Imperialism?

While many countries, including but not limited to France, Germany, Belgium, and the United Nations, engaged in Imperialist activity; Great Britain is known above all as the best example of a true imperialist nation. We will examine the actions of Great Britain to gain a better understanding of the nature, extent and effects of Imperialism.

10. Before note-taking, look for the following key terms (not in the glossary!) and define them in your own words.


  • The British East India Company
  • Sepoys
  • British Raj
  • Partition of Africa/ Berlin Conference
  • Settlement Colonies
  • White Dominions
  • Cecil Rhodes
  • James Cook


11. Now go through your book and complete the graphic organizer below
Country
How Britain gained control - steps to conquest
Actions taken by Britain when in control/ power
Effects/ Reactions
India (note this will be more notes than the following two nations.)



South Africa



New Zealand




12. Write a 1/2 - 1 page summary where you explain the connections between Nationalism, Industrialization and Imperialism

CCOT Essay

The Change over time essay is designed for you to analyze the evolution of a trend or a phenomenon over a long period of time. Concentrate on showing what changed, and how. Start by establishing a baseline: what were things like at the beginning of the period? What changed? How and why did it change? What were things like at the end of the period? What if anything stayed the same?

Write an essay that:
  • Has a relevant thesis and supports that thesis with appropriate historical evidence
  • Addresses all parts of the question
  • Uses world historical context to show change over time and/or continuities
  • Analyzes the process of change and/or continuity

Question:Analyze the changes in Global commerce from 1450-1914 C.E. Be sure to discuss changes as well as continuities.

Steps
  • Break down the question
  • Sketch a time-line
  • Establish a baseline
  • Identify major changes and continuities
  • Draft thesis
  • Write essay

AP World History Change Over Time Essay Generic Rubric

Basic Core
Historical skills and knowledge required to show competence.
Expanded Core
Historical skills and knowledge required to show excellence.
1. Has acceptable thesis. 1 Point
(addresses the global issues and
the time period specified)

2. Addresses all parts of the 2 Points
of the question, though not
necessarily evenly or thoroughly.

(Addresses most parts of the (1)
question: for example, addresses
change but not continuity)

3. Substantiates thesis with 2 Points
appropriate evidence.

(Partially substantiates thesis with (1)
appropriate evidence.)

4. Uses relevant world historical 1 Point
context effectively to explain
change over time and/or continuity.

5. Analyzes the process of change 1 Point
over time and continuity.
(tell why things are continuous
and why changes have occurred)
.

Expands beyond basic core of
1-7 Points. The basic core of a 0-2 Points
score of 7 must be achieved
before a student can earn expanded
core points.

Examples:
  • Has a clear, analytical, and comprehensive thesis
  • Analyzes all issues of the question (as relevant): global context, chronology, causation, change, continuity, effects, content.
  • Addresses all parts of the question evenly.
  • Provides ample historical evidence to substantiate thesis.
  • Provides links with relevant ideas, events, and trends in an innovative way.

Subtotal 7 Points


Subtotal 2 Points


TOTAL 9 Points