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Welcome to World History Grab a chrome book and pull-up today’s PPT! Be sure to create all charts and answer all questions in your notebook.
This Week in World History Industrial Revolution Aim to gather information from MULTIPLE sources in order to create a journal entry that will reflect the life of an individual during the Industrial Revolution. Bid Idea One of the goals of this World History course is to teach empathy. When you can empathize with people, you learn to understand them. Let’s work to understand the life of a factory worker, a woman, or a young child during the Industrial Revolution. Use your time wisely. The task at the end of this PPT will be due at the conclusion of Thursday’s class. Homework Have fun on your trip!!!
A Message from Your Teacher Collaborate with the people around you if you need clarification or you want to verify your answers Raise your hand to get help from your teachers Use your computer to research questions that you might have
Research Directions : Look-up the term “Industrial Revolution” and write down definitions of it from 3 different sources: Source (Website)Definition After finding 3 definitions (above), define the Industrial Revolution in your own words.
Industrial Revolution Form A Video https://www.youtube.co m/watch?v=OF7-vN- aLOM Questions (In Notebook) 1.What was the life of an aristocrat like? 2.“New machines” did things cheaper and faster. Does this benefit owners of clothing and textile companies? Does this benefit workers (think of jobs)? Does this benefit the people in a society? 3.What country/region did the Industrial Revolution start? 4.Which invention improved the sales of good across the globe? 5.What is an “industrialist”? 6.What were some of the COSTS or Cons of the Industrial Revolution? 7.Based on the video, what generalizations can we make about the way children were treated? 8.What was the “union” created for? 9.The video mentions that we are in the middle of another revolution- the technological revolution. Do you think that this (technological revolution) is beneficial or not?
Industrial Revolution Form A Answers in Notebook 1.Why was Richard Arkwright important to the industrial revolution. 2.Why were coal and iron ore important to the industrial revolution (you may need to look this up online)? 3.Explain how steam engines evolved (Cradle of Transformation). 4.How did the work place (the actual location) change due to the industrial revolution (Cradle of Transformation)? 5.Cite AT LEAST 3 reasons that the new workplace was known as a “house of horrors” (HLF). 6.Create a “pyramid” that displays the hierarchy of society during the industrial revolution (RGR). Hierarchy=ranking according to status. This is similar to the pyramid we made in the Latin American Revolution DBQ. 7.Cite MULTIPLE pieces of information to explain what is the “Luddite” movement was. Why did it happen? 8.Was the Factory Act of 1832 or 1853 more beneficial? 9.How was the Russian Revolution different from what was happening in England (WR)? 10. Explain 4 things that the second Industrial Revolution improved! Quietly verify your answers with a friend in the class. Next- you must get your answers checked by your teacher! You must do this before moving on!
Story Line Directions - Share a Google Document with your teacher that is titled as the following: Lastname.Firstname.IndustrialRevolution Assignment - You are going to write a journal entry that portrays the life of a factory worker or a child during the Industrial Revolution. Team Holbrook and Mann -Include at least four of the following: 1.The country where you live. 2.Your age. 3.The atmosphere that you walk around in on a daily basis (think about how the Industrial Revolution impacted the environment). 4.Where you work- What does it look like? Sound like? The overall working conditions… 5.How many hours a day you work. How many days a week you work. 6.Your thoughts on how the Industrial Revolution has impacted different people (factory owners, families, your mother/father). 7.Your plans (or not) to join the revolt against the owners of factories. Explain why or why not.