Define the terms using the
Frayer Method
Your Definition
Draw a picture
to recognize the
term.
TERM
Example
Non-Example
Seizure of a country or
Territory by a stronger
Country
IMPERIALISM
India/
Africa
England/
Germany
Define the Terms
The Belief that one race
Is superior to others
RACISM
Bigotry
Tolerance
Social Darwinism
Survival of the fittest
who enjoyed wealth,
success and were
Considered superior
Natural Selection
Helping all,
including the weak
BERLIN CONFERENCE
14 European Nations
that met in 1984-1885
to decide how to claim
land in Africa.
Imperialism
Independent and
Home Rule
SHAKA
A Southern African
Zulu chief who created
a large centralized state
Warrior King
Weak Ruler
BOER
Dutch farmers who
Gradually took over
Africans’ land to
establish large farms
Afrikaners
Africaners
Paternalism
European policy of
governing people in
a fatherly way but without
giving them any rights
direct control of governing
Self Rule
ASSIMILATION
French policy that the
Local people would prefer
and adapt French culture;
Somaliland or Vietnam
Self Rule
MENELIK II
Emperor of Ethiopia in 1889
who played British, Italians,
and French against each other
Strong Emperor
Weak Ruler
GEOPOLITICS
An interest in or taking of land
for its strategic location or
products.
Ottoman Control of
Mediterranean Sea
No interest in
obtaining other
lands
SEPOY MUTINY
Rebellion by Sepoys (Indian
Soldiers) over insensitivity to
Customs which resulted in
British Rule;
Insensitivity to Culture
Tolerance
RAJ
British rule of India
during the reign of
Queen Victoria
Direct Control of India
Self Rule
Look at the picture
on page 338
What advantages and disadvantages might colonizers
bring?
What does the photograph suggest about colonization?
Assignment
Turn to page 344; answer questions 6-8; Be prepared
to share your answer outloud in class.
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Chapter 11 The Age of Imperialism