IMPERIALISM MAP ACTIVITY & HISTORY PRESENTATIONS
The Imperialism Simulation is an Economic Game that teaches students the interrelationship between Industrial Production, Natural Resources and Markets. Teachers then follow that up with these Imperialism Presentations which detail how each region was impacted by European Imperialism.
European Imperialism Activity Bundle Lesson Plans on European Imperialism
1-Imperialism Simulation + One Year Online Included ($30.00)
2-Student Orientation PowerPoint & Keynote Presentations ($1.80)
3-The Scramble For Africa PowerPoint & Keynote Presentations ($5.40)
4-Imperialism In Southeast Asia PowerPoint & Keynote Presentations ($4.00)
5-Europeans Claim Muslim Lands PowerPoint & Keynote Presentations ($5.40)
6-British Imperialism In India Powerpoint and Keynote Presentations ($3.90)
Bundle Price: $43.83
European Imperialism Simulation
Students develop an understanding of the relationship between industrial capacity, natural resources and markets. Students learn by making decisions and observing the outcomes of their decisions.
- Hands on Activity
- Critical Thinking Skills
- Problem Solving
- Strategic Thinking
- Student Engagement
Imperialism In Southeast Asia PowerPoint and Keynote Presentations
This History Presentation covers: Southeast Asia, Imperialism, Colonization, Natural Resources, Plantation Agriculture, Social Classes, British, Dutch, French, American, Siam, Vietnam, Burma, Dutch East Indies, Spanish-American War, Indochina, Philippines, Hawaii, Puerto Rico
Europeans Claim Muslim Lands PowerPoint and Keynote Presentations
This History Presentation covers: Imperialism, Nationalism, The Ottoman Empire, Selim III, Geopolitics, Russia, Afghanistan, Crimean War, The Great Game, Muhammad Ali, Suez Canal, Persia, Natural Resources, Tobacco, Spheres of Influence.
British Imperialism In India PowerPoint and Keynote Presentations
This History Presentation covers: British East India Company, Imperialism, Colonialism, Nationalism, Mughal Dynasty, Sepoy, Indian Economy, Railroads, Raw Materials, Crimean War, American Civil War, Jute, Indigo, Tea, Cotton, Sepoy Mutiny, Cartridges, Sikhs, Raj, Viceroy, Queen Victoria