Cause Event Consequence

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Invasion of Cuba. Hatuey’s. resistance. Massacre at . Caonao. Establishing a. colony. L12. Spain and the . New World. Top Trumps. Spain and the . New World. Top Trumps. Balboa. (c.1475-1519). Diego Velázquez de Cuellar. ID: 752582 Download Presentation

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CauseEvent ConsequenceInvasion of CubaHatuey’s resistanceMassacre at CaonaoEstablishing a colony

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Spain and the New WorldTop TrumpsSpain and the New WorldTop TrumpsBalboa(c.1475-1519)Diego Velázquez de Cuellar(c.1465-1524)Power/Influence: /10Power/Influence: /10After success in Hispaniola, he was given the title and position of…Faith: /10Two key native caciques were Christianised under his leadership and exploration of the isthmus of Panama…Faith: /10One of his tasks, as with all conquistadors, was to Christianise the local natives. There is some evidence that this did occur but the accounts of de las Casas suggest that Christian ideas of mercy and equality were not followed by this man during his time in power.Aggression: /10Aggression: /10Achievements: /10 Achievements: /10 L12

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Lesson 12Velázquez and the Conquest of Cuba, 1511Aim: To investigate the aims, methods and consequences of Velázquez’s conquest of Juana (Cuba)Keywords Cacique – Adelantado –5 mins

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QUICK QUESTIONSVelázquez and the New WorldLaminate handout –Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar and the Conquest of Cuba, 1511 Who was Velazquez and what was his relationship to Columbus? 3 points 5 mins

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Velázquez Conquers Juana (Cuba)Read Pearson pg44-46 and discuss the questions below.Why did the Spanish invade Cuba?Who was Cacique Hatuey?Why was the execution of Cacique Hatuey in 1512 so significant? 2 reasons What was the standard Spanish strategy to take over the villages in Cuba?Describe what happened at the massacre of Caonao in 1513 – 5 features.How did the Spanish take control of the Juana (Cuba) once conquered? 4 ways .Extension reading: Laminate handout –Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar and the Conquest of Cuba, 1511 15mins

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CauseEvent ConsequenceInvasion of CubaSpanish needed slaves for….The natives had died because..Velazquez arrived with…Hatuey’s resistanceMassacre at CaonaoEstablishing a colony20 minsComplete the chart showing the causes, events and the consequences of Velazquez’s invasion of Cuba.

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Extension activities: Velázquez: Control of HispaniolaLaminate handout –Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar and the Conquest of Cuba, 1511 Identify 8 methods used by Velázquez and his fellow conquistadors to subdue the Taino population of Hispaniola, in Hispaniola.How was Velázquez rewarded for his actions in Hispaniola?How did his actions in Hispaniola initially cause difficulties for him and his men in Juana (Cuba)? Explain fully

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Plenary - JUDGEMENT THE CONQUEST OF JUANA (CUBA)Identify and summarise 1 key event of 1511-1514 that led to Velazquez’s conquest of Juana (Cuba). Write this in a paragraph. The writing frame below may help you. WORD BANKVelazquez, Hatuey, native resistance, massacre at Caonao, conquistadors, Hispaniola, this led to…/ this increased… / as a result…Question 3: Explain two of the following….the importance. (2x8 marks) 25 mins[POINT] _______ was important for (WFTQ)… because…[EVIDENCE] Evidence to support this is…[EXPLAIN] This shows that (WFTQ) was important for (WFTQ) because… Therefore…10 mins

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HOMEWORKComplete the Top Trumps Revision cards for Velázquez, and Balboa (Lessons 11-12)5 mins

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Spain and the New WorldTop TrumpsSpain and the New WorldTop TrumpsBalboa(c.1475-1519)Diego Velázquez de Cuellar(c.1465-1524)Power/Influence: /10Power/Influence: /10After success in Hispaniola, he was given the title and position of…Faith: /10Two key native caciques were Christianised under his leadership and exploration of the isthmus of Panama…Faith: /10One of his tasks, as with all conquistadors, was to Christianise the local natives. There is some evidence that this did occur but the accounts of de las Casas suggest that Christian ideas of mercy and equality were not followed by this man during his time in power.Aggression: /10Aggression: /10Achievements: /10 Achievements: /10


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