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The teacher will divide the class into 2 groups and assign one group the role of Native Americans and the other group the role of European Explorers (as in the story Encounter).
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Anticipatory set: the teacher will read the book Encounter by Jane Yolen to the class, after which they will discuss both the Native Americans' and the European Explorers' points of view.
Early in his career, Gilbert started English settlements in Ireland (to try to stop the Irish rebellion) and, much later, sailed to North America in search of a Northwest Passage (a sea route to Asia through North America).
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Scott was clearly upset for essentially one basic reason: the view that an explorer may have an exclusive right to his own territory was an unspoken given.
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The area was home to numerous American Indian tribes, including the Yguazes, Mariames, and Avavares. Upon encountering the natives, Cabeza de Vaca offered gifts and his men were given food. After a period of time the explorers were compelled to work as laborers for the tribes, gathering food and carrying loads. The explorers learned to dig roots and harvest prickly pear, called ‘tuna.’ Many men who tried to escape servitude died of exposure or starvation. Eventually, only four survivors from the original party remained: Alonso del Castillo Maldonado, Andrés Dorantes de Carranza, his Moroccan slave Estevanico (Esteban), and Cabeza de Vaca himself.
Early explorers found and developed the people and the land
Ericsson was probably preceded to Vinland by the Icelandic explorer , who spotted the coast of North America in 985 or 986 when blown off course from Iceland to Greenland (but he did not go ashore).
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*Early explorers explored the world for : Some of the reasons were: to learn more about the world, to find gold and silver, to find new trade routes, and often to expand their empire.