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Objective:What was the impact of the Columbian Exchange on the Old World and New World?●Describethe effects of the Columbian Exchange. Introduction➡Directions: Analyze the image below, then in the column to the right:1.List your top three (3) favorite foods. 2.Identify 2 of the most important ingredients in each of your favorite foods.3.Identify whether these foods come from the Old World or the New World. "Columbian Exchange ." COERLL for an Open World. N.p.: U of Texas at Austin, n.d. N. pag. Web. 6 Aug. 2017.Favorite Foods!Ingredients in yourfavorite foods Old World or NewWorld?1. 2. 3.4. If you lived in the New World and did not have access to Old World plants and animals, which of your favorite foods would you still be able to eat?“New World”(The Americas)“Old World”(Europe, Africa, Asia)
ContextualizeWhat was the Columbian exchange?➡Directions: Read the definition and summarize it in your own words.When Christopher Columbus returned to Spain from the Americas in 1493, he brought with him plants and animals he found in the Americas. In late 1493, he returned to the Americas and brought with him a collection of European animals and plants. Through Columbus’ voyages, he initiated a global exchange that drastically affected the world. The animal, plant, and bacterial life of these two worlds began to mix and this mix had a variety of effects on people and the environment. This exchangeof plants, animalshumans, bacteria, and technologybetween the Old World [Europe, Asia and Africa] and the New World [the Americas] is known as theColumbian In your own words, what was the Columbian exchange?,