Thursday, October 22, 2015

22nd October 2015

Hi, i'm Eva L. and i'm going to explain what we have done today in Social Sciences class.

At the beggining of the class Paqui has returned to explain to us what we gave the previous day ; the demography, the economy and the society in the 17th century, the Castilian and Portuguese trade routes and the colonial empires of America in the 17th century.

Then she started to explained : THE TRADE ROUTES IN THE INDIAN OCEAN

She explained this map of the trade routes in the indian ocean.

https://mrbarton-fhs-apwh.wikispaces.com/file/view/Indian_Ocean_trade_route.gif/302657498/604x355/Indian_Ocean_trade_route.gif

Some kingdoms of the Iberian Monopoly was broken in the colonial trade  and England and Holland seized several Portuguese colonies in Asia.

Prior to the seventeenth century , Arabs and other traders had dominated de Indian Ocean. When the Portuguese arrived , Europeans nations entered directed into these trade routes in armed ships. They began the battle for supremacy , projectin European competition into these distant waters and shores.

THE TRIANGULAR TRADE

This is the map of the triangular trade:

http://b68389.medialib.glogster.com/media/68547652f01dc28f00ff8596c69779786126d95260fee37370b2eb80b9baf16a/triangular-trade-1.jpg

From Europe to Africa: manufactor products.
From Africa to America: slaves.
From America to Europe: colonial products (sugar, coffee...)

TRADING COMPANIES

Different companies dedicated to trade, whose shareholders invested money and recived profits in the proportion of their investment. The trading companies got the protection of the States they belonged to.


NEW VOCABULARY:

To be worth: valer la pena
Seize: apartarse de
Dutch: Holandés
Date to: remontarse a
Rum: ron
Shareholders: accionista
Stock exchange market: bolsa
Trading company: compañía comercial
Stock: acción
Savings: ahorros
Trustworthy: digno de confianza
Crow: tripulación






3 comments:

santiago Blázquez said...

Good job Eva!!

santiago Blázquez said...

Good job Eva!!

Paqui Pérez Fons said...

Hello Eva,

I think you could have explained better all that we talked about trading companies. You have to be careful with verb tenses.

These are my corrections:

Hi, i'm Eva L. and I'm going to explain what we have done today in Social Sciences class.

At the beginning of the class Paqui has explained us againwhat we studied the previous day ; the demography, the economy and the society in the 17th century, the Castilian and Portuguese trade routes and the colonial empires of America in the 17th century.

Then she has started to explain(ed) : THE TRADE ROUTES IN THE INDIAN OCEAN

She has explained this map of the trade routes in the Indian ocean.

Some kingdoms outside the Iberian Peninsula broke the monopoly of the colonial trade and England and Holland seized several Portuguese colonies in Asia.

Prior to the seventeenth century, Arabs and other traders had dominated the Indian Ocean. When the Portuguese arrived, European(s) nations entered directly into these trade routes in armed ships. They began the battle for supremacy projecting European competition into these distant waters and shores.

THE TRIANGULAR TRADE



From Europe to Africa: manufactured products.


TRADING COMPANIES

Different companies dedicated to trade, whose shareholders invested money and received profits in the proportion of their investment. The trading companies got the protection of the States they belonged to.


Crew: tripulación

Bye!