Mr. Christopher Patten
Lesson #7: Vocabulary and Content Synthesis
The world in 1750 was marked by powerful Eurasian states, coastal African kingdoms, and growing European empires. Interactions disrupted trade networks and influenced new global trade networks.
Lesson #3: Ottoman Empire vs. Mughal Empire
What are the similarities and differences between how the Ottoman Empire (1299-1922) and Mughal Empire (1526-1857) gained, consolidated, and maintained power in their diverse societies?
Suleiman the Magnificent
Muslim state (1526-1857) exercising dominion over most of India; a minority of Muslims ruled over a majority of Hindus, Taj Mahal, Establishment of trading posts by Europeans, textiles important to GB.
I, the sultan of sultans, and the strongest ruler, the loftiest king who defeats the kingdoms around the world, and the shadow of Allah in the Earth, and I conquered with my fire-scattering sword..
Lesson #2: Contextualize and Connect Cause and Effect
Explain the historical circumstances that led to a historical event from a previous unit by contextualizing events from previous units and explaining the cause and effect relationships between them.
An Empire founded in 1299 on the Anatolian Peninsula. The Ottomans conquered Constantinople in 1453 and replaced the Byzantine Empire as the dominant power in the eastern Mediterranean Sea.