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The Incas: So, What Happened?

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Amelia Merwin

on 13 April 2018

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The Incas: So, What Happened?
Today's Learning Objective
SWBAT explain 4 reasons why the Spanish were able to defeat the Inca in 1532, as measured by
four descriptions
of
1-2 complete sentences each
.
Name
Important Definitions
Conquistador:
A conqueror from Spain who conquered Mexico and Peru in the 1500s.


G
: Glory
G
: God
G
: Gold

"How did 168 Conquistadors Take Down the Inca?"
*As you read, highlight/mark
anything you can find that shows
how just a few Spanish soldiers
were able to
conquer the Incas

so easily.

On TUESDAY....
We read about the Incas and marked
+
for things that could help their society and we marked
-
for things that might hurt their society


1. Identify what is
happening in this
painting.

2. Who are each of the
figures in this painting?


3. Create a title for
this painting.

You may discuss with your table
"Pizarro Seizing
the Inca of Peru"
painter: John
Everett Millais

painted in: 1846
Shows an event
that happened
in 1532
Francisco Pizarro:
The leader of the Spanish conquistadors in Peru who is responsible for conquering the Incas.
ADVANCED QUESTION:

If you could go back in time and warn the Inca about ONE of these things, which one would you warn them about? Why?


*Biological warfare (smallpox)
*Spanish alliances with other tribes
*The Incas' religious beliefs


*Incas' lack of horses
*Incas' lack of weapons
*The huge size of the Incan empire
TODAY & FRIDAY

Mini Project: PICK A PROJECT, PICK A ROLE!


OPTION 1
SWBAT
create a letter from the point of view of Atahualpa
to his descendents offering five pieces of advice for how to avoid future attacks, as demonstrated by the use of at least four details from previous texts.
SWBAT
create a conversation between
the Incan Emperor and Francisco Pizarro
,
including at least four details from previous
texts.
Today's Learning Objectives
OPTION 2
Do Now - Thursday, April 13, 2017
PROCEDURE
*Each group member will
read one paragraph aloud
(switch off until you finish).
"How did 168 Conquistadors Take Down the Inca?"
1. Biological warfare
(smallpox)
2. Spanish alliances
with other tribes
3. Incas' lack of
horses
4. Incas' lack of
weapons
5. The Incas'
religious beliefs
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