Deadly

Death. Disease. Destruction… pretty much sums up Social Studies 8.

Chapter 10 – A Deadly Meeting. Answer the following questions to create notes on this chapter. What is a conquistador? What was Spain like when Cortes left at the age of 19? Why was Cortes upset when the governor of Hispaniola gave him a farm? Describe the location of Hispaniola using present day geographical references. Chapter 12: Shaping a Unique Identity. Chapter 13: Japan Under the Shogun. Chapter 14: Edo Japan: A Closed Society. Chapter 15: Contact and Change in Meiji Japan. Chapter 16: Return to Roots. Chapter 10: A Deadly Meeting Worldview Inquiry: How might differences in worldview contribute to the dominance of one culture over another? Cortes, the Conquistador: 1) Define conquistador: 2) What does this tell you about the Spanish worldview? 3) Cortes arrived in Hispaniola (now and ) in. Chapter 10 – A Deadly Meeting 1. How might differences in worldview contribute to the dominance of one culture over another? Define the following terms: Conquistador.

Social 8 expands on the concept of intercultural contact and continues to develop historical thinking skills through an examination of past societies in different parts of the world.

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Deadly

Course Outline
Social 8 Program of Studies

Introduction

We begin by discussing the meaning of worldview – what is it, and how is it shaped.

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Chapter 10: A Deadly Meeting Questions

Unit 1 – Origins of a Western Worldview: Renaissance Europe

Through an examination of Renaissance Europe, students will demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of how the exchange of ideas and knowledge contributed to shaping the worldview of the Western world.

Unit 2 – Worldviews in Conflict: The Spanish and the Aztecs

Through an examination of Spanish and Aztec societies, students will demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of how intercultural contact affects the worldviews of societies.

Chapter 10: A Deadly Meeting

Unit 3 – From Isolation to Adaptation: Japan

Through an examination of Japan, students will demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the ways in which beliefs, values and knowledge shape worldviews and contribute to a society’s isolation or adaptation.

Chapter 10: a deadly meeting agenda

Chapter 10: A Deadly Meeting Letter

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Chapter 10: A Deadly Meeting Summary

Final Exam Review

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