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INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION January 13-17
Monday, January 13 th WARM UP: List as many places that you can buy or sell items today. WOD: Free enterprise-economic system where few restrictions are placed on businesses Laissez-faire-the government does not interfere LAST ONE TO FINISH THE WARM UP IS THE LAISSEZ-FAIRE MAN
Monday, January 13 th Draw a Venn Diagram of Mercantilism and Free Enterprise Pull up diagram on Active Inspire and complete as a class!
Monday, January 13 th SGPT: Why would some countries today not allow people to get on certain internet sites? True or False: Britain did little to regulate the economies of the colonies
Monday, January 13 th Pick the benefit of free enterprise (can only be 1) 1.Fewer slaves needed to work in factories 2.Less dependence on foreign products 3.More government involvement with business 4.Less specialized labor and production Compare answers with your neighbor. What is a synonym to free enterprise?
Tuesday, January 14 th WOD: Urbanization- the growth of cities. **Industrialism caused the growth of cities!!!!! Immigrant-a person who settles in a new country WARM UP: VIEW THE POLITICAL CARTOON-active inspire
Tuesday, January 14 th Urbanization What caused these 3 things to occur: Industrialization, Urbanization or Factory Systems?
You are an immigrant in America during the 1800s Write a letter home. ( Germany, Ireland, Italy) START YOUR LETTER WITH….DEAR, 1.Where you are working 2.What area of the US you are working in. (North, South, West) 3. List 3 difficulties you are facing living in a new country. (Elaborate on them) END YOUR LETTER WITH SINCERELY,
Wednesday, January 15 th WOD Interchangeable Parts-parts that exactly alike. It helps make our lives easier because you can repair things without getting the parts custom made. Invented by Eli Whitney
Causes of the Industrial Revolution Page 28-Liberty Workbook
Interchangeable Parts Identical parts that can be substituted in the manufacture or repair of a product Invented by Eli Whitney to make muskets for the U.S. government
Assembly Lines Each worker adding one part in order to create a finished product Used first in Lowells textile (clothes) factories Resulted in the construction of factories across the Northern U.S.
Inventions Eli Whitney – Cotton gin Elias Howe – Sewing Machine Robert Fulton – Steam Boat Francis Cabot Lowell and Samuel Slater – Assembly lines and factories 1846 Singer
Results of the Industrial Revolution
Speedy Production Because of Assembly lines Interchangeable parts New Inventions 1846 Singer
Craftsmen Out Products used to be made by individual shop owners who were specialists Each product was different Now products were identical, and made in factories
Urbanization More and more people moved to cities where there were factory jobs This was more true of the North than the South which remained agricultural
Machines In Sewing Machines Cotton Gin Steam Power Bessemer Steel Process resulted in large sky scrapers that could now be built
Money Invested Investment Capital-Stock market invented investors would receive a percentage of profits New York became stock market center
More Workers Together People worked in large factories instead of small shops Immigrants The working class emerged
Wednesday, January 15 th Activity- Word Sort on Active Inspire! Draw diagram on your own paper and complete.
Thursday, January 16 th WOD: Assembly Line- a manufacturing process where interchangeable parts move in a sequence from station to station until a finished product is made. *this made production much faster and increased industrialization
Thursday, January 16th WARM UP: In groups of 3 create a flag from start to finish in 5 minutes using only: 1 glue stick 1 pair of scissors 3 sheets of paper
Thursday, January 16 th Innovation Walk-About Only do 9-10 today, finish tomorrow. Switch on teacher prompt.
Friday, January 17 th WOD: Textile- cloth or fabric that is woven Textile Mill- a factory where clothes are made
Friday, January 17 th WARM UP: Which bucket does not fit? Industrialization Mechanical reaper Cotton Gin Decrease in immigration Faster Transportation
Friday, January 17 th Assignment: Complete the Regional Impact Map questions on the back of your Regional Map from last week! Grade!