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SY ACCELERATION TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE MODERN REVOLUTION BEEN A POSITIVE OR A NEGATIVE FORCE? 9.

Overview Unit 9 Learning Outcomes Unit 9 Lessons Unit 9 Key Concepts LOOKING BACK What Happened in Unit 8? KEY CONTENT Threshold 8 – The Modern Revolution (WH) Threshold 8: The Modern Revolution Crash Course World History: The Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution How Did Change Accelerate? Acceleration The Anthropocene and the Future: Crash Course The Anthropocene Anthropocene Africa Collective Learning” (Part 4) A Big History of/


Year 9 History Industrial Revolution Starter Sheets Readings.

investment. Steam- powered vessels that did not rely on wind for their propulsion gradually replaced less reliable sailing ships, and steam-powered locomotives revolutionised transport on land. Year 9 Hist - Industrial Revolution Lesson 3 Reading Activity – Experiences of the people 1.Write down the heading. ________________________________________________ 2.Number the paragraphs. 3.Circle the metalanguage words : classes, education, factories, housing, middle, professionals, upper/


The Human Mosaic Chapter 12

is affected, if not actually created, by the Industrial Revolution Culture Regions Industrial Regions Diffusion of the Industrial Revolution Industrial Ecology Industrial Cultural Integration Industrial Landscapes Industrial regions Five types of industrial activity, each occupying culture regions can be distinguished Primary industries—those involved in extracting natural resources from the Earth Primary Industry: Nga Trang, Vietnam Primary Industry: Nga Trang, Vietnam Fishing is an extractive activity/


World History 1500 to Present

) Improved farm tools (iron plows) Improved farming techniques (crop rotation) Increased food production = increase in population Improved ship design improves sea transportation and lowers cost of trade Industrial Revolution (1750-1850) CONDITIONS in England favor Industrial growth Natural resources (coal, iron) Human resources Favorable economic conditions (available capital, stable economy) Favorable political conditions Favorable social/cultural conditions New technology and inventive minds/


AP World History UNIT IV

EUROPE JEWEL IN THE CROWN NATIONALISM BRITISH EAST INDIA CO. WHITE MAN’S BURDEN. SEPOY MUTINY INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AMRITSAR MASSACRE POSITIVE NEGATIVE POSITIVE NEGATIVE European medicine & improved nutrition increased life span of Africans. This/ Transportation/ communication Impact of railroad, steam, telegraph Suez Canal, Panama Canal Changes in Global Commerce, Communication and Technology Industrial Revolution Origins of I.R. – where, what and when Rationale of capitalism – Adam Smith Impact of I.R./


1750 – 1914 CE The Modern Era The Age of Industrial Revolutions

immigrated to work plantations Indentured Servitude, Tenant Farming, Sharecropping A 2ND AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION Capitalization of the Industrial Revolution Sugar production was highly labor intensive, capital intensive Caribbean generated millions in profit, deposited in / in 1870 sought balance in colonies Russia, Germany seek to rival UK in Asia, acquire colonies Industrial Revolution Seek markets for your goods Seek sources for raw materials especially fuels Results Of Increased life expectancy,/


The Industrial Revolution

Families in agriculture in 1851 25% of population   When we get to the end of this lesson, we will complete a ‘Causes & Effects of the Industrial Revolution’ Graphic Organizer Causes _____________________________ Effects ______________________________________________________   The Industrial Revolution Industrial Revolution Begins In Great Britain Stable Government No wars Had capital (money) to invest in businesses Had overseas markets (colonial empire) Natural Resources Coal (energy for machines) Iron/


Chapter 12 Section 1: The Industrial Revolution

and weaving had been done by individuals in their homes, a production method called cottage industry. The Industrial Revolution in Great Britain The Industrial Revolution in Great Britain A series of inventions–the flying shuttle, the spinning jenny, and the/ annually. Since there was no efficient way to move resources and goods, railroads were crucial to the Industrial Revolution. The Industrial Revolution in Great Britain The first railroads were slow, but they developed rapidly. The Rocket was used on /


A New Kind of Revolution

the Main Idea Why was Great Britain in the 1700s ideally suited to be the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution? Answer(s): Colonies around the world supplied raw materials; powerful navy and merchant fleet facilitated trade;/funds for investment; coal and iron deposits provided needed resources A Revolution in Textiles Textile Industry Beginning of Industrial Revolution Weaving was a cottage industry Labor performed at home Industrialization transformed this Fabric made of wool or cotton Supply of fibers/


Modern patterns of world history: 1800 – 1945

protest the wage reductions in demonstrations that were the largest strikes in American History up until that time Urban Industry Industrial Revolution and the Widening gap between the rich and the poor By 1835 cities were serving commercial agriculture and /. Creation of the Urban working class In the cities there was little concern for creating a classless industrial society. Industrial Revolution and the Widening gap between the rich and the poor By 1835 cities were serving commercial agriculture and/


Unit 1 - Changes during the Industrial Revolution in Britain

trade. Some indviduals became rich and were influential in politics. Textbook page 44 2. Economy before the Industrial Revolution Before Industrial Revolution = Large part of the country’s population lived in the countryside. These people were completely isolated and/ from: * Freedom * Dignity *Creativity Textbook Page 51 4. Social changes during the Industrial Revolution(continues) 4. 2 4. Social changes during the Industrial Revolution(continues) 4.2 The mines and factories (continues) 4.2.1 Child labour =/


Global Review.

Balkans looked to Russia for leadership in their desire for unity Austria-Hungary opposed Slavic national movements Industrial Revolution Agrarian Revolution Increased Food Production- Technology- Change in methods of farming… Technology- The Dutch began building dikes /work. This was called urbanization Most city’s population doubled, or even tripled Causes of the Industrial Revolution Agrarian Revolution: Build dikes to protect to protect farmland from the sea Animal fertilizer to improve soil Invent seed/


Ways of the World: A Brief Global History First Edition

most important single development in human history since the Agricultural Revolution? Explaining the Industrial Revolution The global context for the Industrial Revolution lies in a very substantial increase in human numbers from/1910–1920)         c.  huge peasant armies         d.  transformed Mexico     8.  export boom did not cause a thorough Industrial Revolution in Latin America         a.  there was little internal market for manufactured goods         b.  rich landowners and cattlemen had little /


AP World History: The Industrial Revolution Period 5.

Ship, South Africa Macadam Road, California VI Communication and a Changing Economy A) Communication became easier during the Industrial Revolution with such inventions as the telegraph. In 1837, two Brits, William Cooke (1806-1879) and Charles Wheatstone/collar, the compass, paper, printing, gunpowder, and porcelain. These, however, were the key components for the Industrial Revolution in Europe later.[2] In comparison to China, though, during the Medieval Ages European societies were living in backwardness/


Université d’Alger | Faculty of Economics and Management | 14 Mai 2005 Historical overview: The Information Age 3 rd revolution in capitalist production.

Faculty of Economics and Management | 14 Mai 2005 Today’s lecture: I.What is “The Information Revolution” ? -- Contrast: What was the 2 nd Industrial Revolution ? 6 Here is a brief summary of the economic data he quotes on these regions: TransportTradeIndustry Principal/ Faculty of Economics and Management | 14 Mai 2005 Today’s lecture: I.What is “The Information Revolution” ? -- Contrast: What was the 2 nd Industrial Revolution ? 10 Here is a brief summary of the economic data he quotes on these regions: (V/


XII. MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES: INDUSTRIAL CHANGE IN EARLY- MODERN EUROPE, 1520 – 1750 B. Industrial Change in Tudor-Stuart England: Coal and Coal-Burning.

-based technologies - abundant supplies of very cheap coal Tudor-Stuart Origins of the modern Industrial Revolution - 2 2) Key Components of the modern Industrial Revolution, 1760 – 1820: based on COAL: a) cotton-textile manufacturing: with steam-powered/air-pumps  cut fuel costs by over one half  the crucial innovation for iron revolution Beginnings of the Industrial Revolution in Iron Making- 3 c) Industrial Revolution in Refining: 1783 - Cort and Onions ‘Puddling and Rolling’ Process: with coke-fired/


Ways of the World: A Brief Global History First Edition CHAPTER 17 Revolutions of Industrialization 1750–1914 Copyright © 2009 by Bedford/St. Martin’s.

it is the most important single development in human history since the Agricultural Revolution? Explaining the Industrial Revolution The global context for the Industrial Revolution lies in a very substantial increase in human numbers from about 375 million/ were affected in different ways The British Aristocracy 1. landowning aristocrats had little material loss in the Industrial Revolution 2. but the aristocracy declined, because urban wealth became more important a. many businessmen, manufacturers, and/


Splash Screen. Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Section 1:Section 1:The Industrial Revolution Section 2:Section 2:Reaction and Revolution Section 3:Section.

1 On what did the Factory Act of 1833 place limitations? A.Child labor B.Hours a person could work per day C.Minimum wage D.Socialism VS 1 INDUSTRIALIZATION Transformed Society The Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain and spread throughout Europe and the United States. New technologies improved the production and transportation of goods. Workers migrated to cities as economies shifted/


Political Science 4396 Dr. Arthur K. Smith Fall Semester 2006

English in 1862 • The world context: England, France, Spain, and the United States at the end of the 18th century and beginning of the 19th century ● Industrial revolution in England, expansion of world trade ● American and French Revolutions, the Enlightenment ● Slave uprising in Sainte Domingue, Hispaniola (Haiti) ● Legitimacy crisis in Spain and Portugal • Napoleonic wars ● Three kinds of legitimacy ● Traditional ● Charismatic ● Rational-Legal/


Industrial Revolution. The Agrarian Revolution In 1750, most people still worked in small villages and made their own clothing and tools In the century.

engines, which would become an important power source for machines Energy and Technology Industrial Revolution Essay Practice Theme: The Industrial Revolution was a major technological, socioeconomic, and cultural change in late 18th and /goods were produced in huge quantities at lower cost!mass production Effects of the Industrial Revolution Laissez Faire Economics – Prior to the Industrial Revolution, governments predominately followed policy of Mercantilism Government, tariffs, favorable balance of trade /


Splash Screen. Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Section 1:Section 1:The Industrial Revolution Section 2:Section 2:Reaction and Revolution Section 3:Section.

1 On what did the Factory Act of 1833 place limitations? A.Child labor B.Hours a person could work per day C.Minimum wage D.Socialism VS 1 INDUSTRIALIZATION Transformed Society The Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain and spread throughout Europe and the United States. New technologies improved the production and transportation of goods. Workers migrated to cities as economies shifted/


The Industrial Revolution. Industrialization Industrialization - the process by which a society becomes technologically advanced, especially in terms.

the growing population, people began using giant water wheels to power new machines. – They also used coal to power steam machines. Result: Faster Production of Goods and the Industrial Revolution! Industrial Revolution Begins in Great Britain The Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain for 4 primary reasons: – Britain had plenty of natural resources – Britain had many workers for the new mines and factories. – Britain’s colonial/


 How Britain became an Industrial Power  Machines  Child Labor  Politics  *How Britain Effected the World  Science  Economy  BY: ALESHA S., ANNA.

credit to farmers, wholesalers, and retail merchants, who then placed orders with manufacturers.  The Industrial Revolution created an enormous increase in the production of many kinds of goods. Some of this increase in/ iron  Had a positive effect on the economy Works Cited 1832. "The Industrial Revolution - Impact." The Industrial Revolution. 23 Apr. 2009. "EH.Net Encyclopedia: Child Labor during the British Industrial Revolution." EH.Net | Economic History Services. 23 Apr. 2009. "Google Image Search/


The First and Second Industrial Revolutions  The first, or old, Industrial Revolution took place between about 1750 and 1870 Took place in England, the.

conservative reforms set for all in 2014 Review Questions 1. How and why did employer-employee relationships change during the Industrial Revolution? 2. Describe living conditions in factory towns. 3. Describe the weapons used by employers and unions. 4./ all power. Economic Interpretation of History History has been a struggle between the rich and the poor. In the Industrial Revolution, the struggle is between the capitalists (owners of the means of production) and the proletariat (workers). Class Struggle/


D.R.. A. Before Industrialization in Great Britain Main Idea Economic and social factors set the stage for the beginnings of the Industrial Revolution.

and Setbacks Advances in Technology and Science During the later 1800s, scientific discoveries quickened the pace of the Industrial Revolution. In the 1850s, a British inventor named Henry Bessemer and an American iron manufacturer named William Kelly, / capitalism. Smith believed in free enterprises and free markets. C. Economic Systems Other Economic Systems During the Industrial Revolution, economic ideas opposed to capitalism arose. Two of the most important were socialism and communism. In Socialism,/


© Student Handouts, Inc.. Historical Significance of the Industrial Revolution.

oil (gas, kerosene)  Increased use of metals and minerals Aluminum, coal, copper, iron, etc. Why the Industrial Revolution Started in England Capital for investing in the means of production Colonies and Markets for manufactured goods Raw materials for production/Irish fleeing the potato famine) 1900 – population over 700,000 Major British port city which grew during the Industrial Revolution Population peaked in the 1930s and has been declining ever since due to the decline in manufacturing and imperialism/


AMERICAN REVOLUTIONS: 1810 - PRESENT THE VARIOUS TYPES OF MODERN REVOLUTIONS IN THE AMERICAS.

-US, but often pro-business, reform OTHER REVOLUTIONS Application and Evaluation Level Application and Evaluation Level Does the Industrial Revolution conform to the model? If so, how? Does the Industrial Revolution conform to the model? If so, how? Should the Industrial Revolution be studied with political revolutions? Should the Industrial Revolution be studied with political revolutions? What other 19 th and 20 th century revolutions should we include in our study? What/


World History Industrial Revolution. Causes: Causes: Increasing population Increasing population Children were a high % of total population. Children.

: Increasing population Increasing population Children were a high % of total population. Children were a high % of total population. Growth also contributed to migration. Growth also contributed to migration. Industrial Revolution Agricultural (revolution) #2 Agricultural (revolution) #2 New food & forage crops New food & forage crops Only the wealthy could afford new crops, new farming methods ---Enclosure Only the wealthy could afford new crops, new farming/


Background to the Industrial Revolution  Commercial Revolution Europeans expanded their power worldwide Colonies in the Americas and Asia Increased trade.

 The more efficient means of production and subsequent higher levels of production triggered far-reaching changes to industrialized societies The Industrial Revolution  Machines were invented which replaced human labor  New energy sources were developed to power the new /. Economic Interpretation of History History has been a struggle between the rich and the poor. In the Industrial Revolution, the struggle is between the capitalists (owners of the means of production) and the proletariat (workers)./


Industrial Revolution 1. 7-3 Explain how the Industrial Revolution caused economic, cultural, and political changes around the world. Objective: identify.

Explain the causes and course of the Industrial Revolution in Europe, Japan, and the United States. Objective: TSWBAT identify the expansion of the Industrial Revolution 61 Spread of Industrial Revolution Though the Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain, it spread to/ Reflect: Did we learn our objective? Objective: TSWBAT identify the expansion of the Industrial Revolution 75 Exit Question How did the Industrial Revolution spread to other parts of the world? A. Great Britain invited other countries to/


Unit 5: The Age of Revolution (1750-1914). 5A) Scientific Revolution.

(3) legislative regulation of wages and working conditions (4) technological changes in production methods 56. During the Industrial Revolution, which development resulted from the other three? (1) Factory conditions affected people’s health. (2) Labor /unions were formed. (3) Unskilled laborers received low wages. (4) Machinery replaced workers. 56. During the Industrial Revolution, which development resulted from the other three? (1) Factory conditions affected people’s health. (2) Labor unions were/


The Industrial Revolution Mrs. McKenna The Industrial Revolution is when people stopped making stuff at home and started making stuff in factories!

product more efficiently Farm out-put increased Profits rose Land Enclosure in England Causes of the Industrial Revolution Agricultural Revolution – improved the quality and quantity of food – –Farmers mixed different kinds of soil or/nature of work and the labor force evolve from pre-Industrial times through the Industrial Revolution? – –What were the two most significant effects of the Industrial Revolution and why? Advantages of the Industrial Revolution – –Goods were able to be produced much more /


Section 1-The Industrial Revolution Key Events As you read this chapter, look for the key events in the development of industrialization and nationalism.

mill, now a national historic site, is popularly recognized as the beginning of the Industrial Revolution in America. The Industrial Revolution in Great Britain The Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain in the 1780s for several reasons.  Click the mouse button/process of spinning and weaving had been done by individuals in their homes, a production method called cottage industry. The Industrial Revolution in Great Britain (cont.) A series of inventions–the flying shuttle, the spinning jenny, and the/


Western Civilization II HIS-102 Unit 6 - The Industrial Revolution.

 No competition from Europe, especially in the 19 th century  Damp climate  Cotton goods were more desirable than the traditional wool  Extent of the British Empire What Is the Industrial Revolution?  The name “Industrial Revolution” did not come about until the latter part of the 19 th century  It was broken down into three phases:  The birth and growth of mills and factories  Urbanization/


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II B. Elizabeth I C. Charles I D. Oliver Cromwell Answer: C. Charles I Back to the Game Board Democratic Revolutions for 5 Question: The Industrial Revolution began in which European country? Check Your Answer Industrial Revolution for 1 Answer: Britain Back to the Game Board Industrial Revolution for 1 Question: From the graphic, which city had the greatest growth from 1780 to 1860? Check Your Answer/


INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION. WHAT IS IT? A time period where major changes occurred in several aspects of life…. A time period where major changes occurred.

began to exhibit unprecedented sustained growth. Most notably, average income and population began to exhibit unprecedented sustained growth. INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION In the two centuries following 1800, the worlds average per capita income increased over tenfold, while the worlds/. Why would these factors increase income and population? Why would these factors increase income and population? INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION Starting in the later part of the 18th century, there began a transition in parts of Great /


Electronic Notecard # 1 Source: Joseph A. Montagna, The Industrial Revolution, 2001, Volume 2

is the reason of the start of the major changes in the Industrial revolution. Electronic Notecard # 2 Source: Industrial Revolution. Paul and Lance. Web. 14 Apr. 2010.. Subject: Industrial revolution, agricultural revolution Keywords: agriculture, industries, factories Abstract: The industrial revolution was a time in England when people started to industrialize. With all of the change brought on by the Industrial Revolution, agriculture and farming families changed too. With all of the machines not/


CHAPTER 13 Section 1:Origins of the Industrial Revolution Section 2:The Factory System Section 3:New Methods and Business Organizations Section 4: Living.

still down by hand. Few people realized that all this was set to change. SECTION 1 Origins of the Industrial Revolution Before the Industrial Revolution, there was an Agricultural Revolution... What is a revolution? SECTION 1 Origins of the Industrial Revolution Enclosure Movement SECTION 1 Origins of the Industrial Revolution Jethro Tull Seed Drill 1701 …resulted in farming becoming less labor intensive and allowed farmers to grow crops on a/


AGE OF REVOLUTION INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION. Opening Activity I will assign each student one word from the list of 16 important terms from the Industrial.

Competition—Competition forces people to make a better product –Law of Supply and Demand—Enough goods would be produced at the lowest possible price to meet demand Reactions to the Industrial Revolution Thomas Malthus –Social Conservative –Argued that population tended to increase more rapidly than the food supply –Therefore without wars and epidemics to kill off the extra people, people were destine/


The Industrial Revolution Harris – Modern World History.

. Britain had many colonies which they could force to buy their manufactured items. This created a steady demand for goods. The Textile Industry The textile (cloth) industry was the first to industrialize. The textile (cloth) industry was the first to industrialize. Before the Industrial Revolution, cotton was processed into cloth through what was known as the putting out system. Raw cotton would be shipped in and individuals/


Industrial Revolution Mr. Giesler Global Studies.

superstition and tradition Encouraged learning and the search for better and newer ways of doing things Industrial Revolution Background Information Industrial Revolution Pre-Industrial Revolution The Guild System  There were several guilds in a town or city, each pertaining / many years of apprenticeship and experience before one could become a master in a certain field. Industrial Revolution Pre-Industrial Revolution The Putting Out System  Mainly in the countryside and in small villages and was based in/


INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: A Mixed Blessing. How do you live? How do you live? Where do you live? What is your daily life like? Why do you live like this?

’ access to common lands. The enclosure division of the town of Thetford, England around 1760 Industrial Revolution Industrial Revolution Industrial Revolution: Period of time between the 1700-1800’s when methods of producing goods changed dramatically. Countries/: Had colonies that supplied raw materials (wood, metal, etc.) cheaply How did the Industrial Revolution Happen: AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION New Farming Methods Enclosures: Large fields created when wealthy landowners bought smaller plots of land /


CH. 25- The Industrial Revolution: 1700-1900 Section 1- The Beginnings of Industrialization In the U.S., France, and Latin America, political revolutions.

workers rioted, mainly because of poor living and working conditions. Positive Effects of the Industrial Revolution Despite the problems that followed industrialization, the Industrial Revolution had a number of positive effects. It created jobs for workers and contributed to / labor under terrible conflict. This situation resulted in conflict. According to Marx and Engels, the Industrial revolution had enriched the wealthy and impoverished the poor. The two writers predicted that the workers would overthrow/


THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION Industrial Revolution Theme 1 Debatably the most important development in human history of the last 10,000 years, the Industrial.

supply of coal and iron c. Waterways offered a source of alternate power and navigable transport for trade and communication d.Industrial Revolution grew out of England’s expanding role in the Atlantic economy of the 18th century. The growth of the Royal Navy /. D. Steam engines and coal 1. Use of coal to power steam engines was one of the hallmarks of the industrial revolution a. The revolution in energy involved a transition from wood-burning to coal-burning/ b. By 1850, England produced 2/3 of the world/


Ways of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources Second Edition Chapter 17 Revolutions of Industrialization, 1750–1914 Copyright © 2013 by Bedford/St.

groups who promised taxable income streams in return for state support, monopolies, and military aid. I. Explaining the Industrial Revolution A. Why Europe? 4. Competition with Asian imports: Once Europeans rounded the southern tip of Africa and established a/mines but also led to foreign control of key sectors of the economy, thus reducing regional sovereignty. IV. The Industrial Revolution and Latin America in the Nineteenth Century C. Becoming like Europe? 1. A Eurocentric elite: Latin American elites/


© Student Handouts, Inc.. Historical Significance of the Industrial Revolution  An ancient Greek or Roman would have been just as comfortable in Europe.

 The more efficient means of production and subsequent higher levels of production triggered far-reaching changes to industrialized societies The Industrial Revolution  Machines were invented which replaced human labor  New energy sources were developed to power the new / Food to eat Raw materials (like cotton) for textile factories The First and Second Industrial Revolutions  The first, or old, Industrial Revolution took place between about 1750 and 1870 Took place in England, the United States, Belgium/


The Industrial Revolution Mr. Bolanos The Industrial Revolution is when people stopped making stuff at home and started making stuff in factories!

–By the 1850s, factories began to be powered by coal and steam engines Technological Advances that Produced the Industrial Revolution Spinning Jenny: James Hargreaves Steam Engine: James Watt Cotton Gin: Eli Whitney Process for making Steel: Henry / the Sadler Commission in 1832 Child Labor Young children Long hours Poor treatment Dangerous conditions Children of the Industrial Revolution Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfuUoINOU5I& feature=fvwrelhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfuUoINOU5I& feature/


Industrial Revolution 4/13/11 Turn in movie questions & reflection Industrial Revolution Do Now PowerPoint Notes HW- Ch 19 Section 1 2 column notes.

vacation! 5/2/11  How was vacation?  Do Now: Effects of Industrial Revolution  Placard Activity Do Now: Effects of Industrial Revolution  What were the effects of the Industrial Revolution?  Effects of working in factories?  Effects on living?  Positive Effects?/ benefits  Better wages, decreasing hours, improved working conditions 5/12/11  Book Review Presentations  Wrap up Industrial Revolution Reform ppt notes  Check in with grades/missing work  Ch 19 Section notes?  Quiz corrections?  /


Revolutions in Russia How did each of the following help to ignite the full-scale revolution? 1) Policies of the Czars 2) Industrialization & Economic.

the back of this paper, identify or draw each of the following: Flow Chart Revolutions in Russia Assign # 4 How did each of the following help to ignite the full-scale revolution? 1) Policies of the Czars Autocratic policies, harsh measures, and resistance to change inflamed the masses. 2) Industrialization & Economic Growth Gruel working conditions, miserably low wages, and child labor, as well/


The Industrial Revolution In this chapter, you will learn about important changes in the way things are made that began in Great Britain and spread to.

standards of living. Essential Questions How does the free enterprise system work?How does the free enterprise system work? What factors caused the Industrial Revolution?What factors caused the Industrial Revolution? How did the Industrial Revolution change the ways people lived?How did the Industrial Revolution change the ways people lived? I.Understanding Economics *Economics, describes how people meet their needs by making, distributing and using goods and/


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