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 Positives  More Money  Could lead to a better quality of life  Better products  Negatives  Unhealthy working conditions  Child labor  Tension.

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2  Positives  More Money  Could lead to a better quality of life  Better products  Negatives  Unhealthy working conditions  Child labor  Tension between the social classes

3  People begin to move into the cities  Factory jobs are in the city  Most European Cities doubled in size  Urbanization  Cities begin to grow near water ways and coal areas

4  London’s population grows rapidly  Large labor pool  Markets for new industry  Became Europe’s largest city

5  Birmingham & Sheffield began to compete with London in population size with its iron- smelting centers  Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool top area for textile manufacturing

6  What is seen as a negative reason that Industrialization brought to people?  A. More money for people  B. Could lead to a better life  C. Child Labor  D. Better products

7  This term means the movement of people to cities?  A. Entrepreneur  B. Urbanization  C. Globalization  D. City Movement

8  Because of Industrialization, London became what?  A. An Olympic City  B. London’s population began to decrease  C. Part of globalization project  D. The largest city in Europe

9  What area began to compete with London in its population size through its iron smelters?  A. Birmingham & Sheffield  B. Prague & Bratislava  C. Frankfurt & Berlin  D. Paris & Warsaw

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11  As cities grew in population, no real plans for development  No sanitary codes  No building codes  No form of education  Poor housing  Unpaved Streets  Garbage in the streets  Disease & sickness

12  Working Class  Average life expectancy 17 years in the city  Average life expectancy 38 years in rural areas  Upper Class  Better quality of life  Better homes in the suburbs

13  Factories and Coal Mines  Children and Women used for labor  14 hour days, 6 days per week

14  Poor Lighting  Boiler could explode  Poor Air quality  Machines could break  Nothing for people injured on the job.

15  Damp Conditions  Breathing Coal Dust  Life expectancy is 10 years less than others  Nothing for people injured on the job

16  What was the life expectancy of the working class living in the city during this time period?  A. 47 years  B. 38 years  C. 28 years  D. 17 years

17  The average amount of days and hours for a child to work in a coal mine was?  A. 8 hours day, 6 days a week  B. 10 hours day, 5 days a week  C. 14 hours day, 6 days a week  D. 14 hours day, 5 days a week

18  The conditions in a factory for children were seen as ….  A. Poor Air Quality  B. Poor Lighting  C. Machines could break  D. All of the above

19  The life expectancy for people working in a coal mine was seen more than people working in a factory.  True  False

20  Middle Class  Past landowners & aristocrats  Now factory owners and merchants  Landowners looked down on the new wealth  Late 1800’s were seen as equal

21  Working Class  Little Improvements  Some watch their livelihoods disappear  Workers destroyed machines  Luddites attack factories in northern England 1811  Riots began over poor living conditions

22  Created Jobs  Created wealth to the nation  Increase in Technology & Standard of Living  Healthier life styles  Better types of food and housing  Cheaper production of clothing  Higher demand for engineers and higher educated people

23  This is still seen by people today  People can afford goods that once was seemed at a luxury items  Work and living conditions continue to improve from even years ago  Produced tax revenue to invest in urban improvements  Public Education  Social Welfare

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