Unit-4: The Making of a Global World – History NCERT Solution Class-10

Unit-4: The Making of a Global World

 
 

Intext Solutions:-

Page- 80

Q.1:- Explain what we mean when we say that the world ‘Shrank’ in the 1500s.

Page- 83

Q.1:- Imagine that you are an agricultural worker who has arrived in America from Ireland. Write a paragraph on why you chose to come and how you are earning your living.

Page- 88

Q.1:- Discuss the importance of language and popular traditions in the creation of national identity.

Page- 97

Q.1:- Who profits from jute cultivation according to the jute growers’s lament? Explain.

Page- 99

Q.1:- Briefly summaries the two lessons learnt by economists and politicians from the inter-war economic experience.

 
 

Exercise Solutions:-

 

Q.1:- Give two examples of different types of global exchanges which took place before the seventeenth century, choosing one example from Asia and one from the Americas.

Q.2:- Explain how the global transfer of disease in the pre-modern world helped in the colonisation of the Americas.

Q.3:- Write a note to explain the effects of the following
(a) The British Government’s decision to abolish the Corn Laws.
(b) The coming of rinderpest to Africa.
(c) The death men of working age in Europe because of the World War.
(d) The Great Depression on the Indian Economy.
(e) The decision of MNCs to relocate production to Asian countries.

Q.4:- Give two examples from history to show the impact of technology on food availability.

Q.5:- What is meant by Bretton Woods Agreement?

 
 

Discussion Solutions:-

 

Q.6:- Imagine that you are an indentured Indian labourer in The Caribbean. Drawing from the details in this chapter, write a letter to your family describe your life and feelings.

Q.7:- Explain the three types of movements or flows within international economic exchange. Find one example of each type of flow which involved India and Indians, and write a short account of it.

Q.8:- Explain the causes of the Great Depression.

Q.9:- Explain what is referred to as the G-77, countries. In what ways can G-77 be seen as a reaction to the activities of the Bretton Woods twins?