A selection of tasks in which students categorise and organise reasons for the imperial conquest of Africa in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The starter image is courtesy of Britannica image quest and available here as a separate PDF.
Between 1881 and 1914 European countries including Britain, France, Portugal, Italy and Belgium took control of 90% of the land in Africa. They had many aims and motivations in doing this, including gaining access to natural resources, keeping trade routes open and preventing their European rivals from getting there first.
Record examples using your Venn diagram. You may want to use the Word bank below to help you.
Challenge question: How were the factors linked to one another?