Ppt on industrial revolution in england

THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

Essential Question: What caused an Industrial Revolution in England in the 1800s? WHAT IS THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION? “The Industrial Revolution” refers to the time period when there was a huge increase of machine-made goods Images of Industrialization SMOKE-BELCHING FACTORIES: A COMMON SIGHT Images of Industrialization SMOKE-BELCHING FACTORIES: A COMMON SIGHT Images of Industrialization SMOKE-BELCHING FACTORIES: A COMMON SIGHT Images of Industrialization HEAVY MACHINERY IN A BLACKSMITH FACTORY Images of/


VIII. Macro-economic changes in the early-modern European economy C.Price Movements during the Price Revolution and ‘General Crisis’ eras revised 26 January.

very major impacts on economic changes and economic growth: especially in the agricultural and industrial sectors: in early modern Europe (from ca. 1500 to 1750: eve of Industrial Revolution) I will later contend that most technological innovations were in response to changes in relative factor costs Price Revolution in England Price Revolution: Introduction (2) (2) Debate about causes of the Price Revolution (a) The Real School: that demographic factors (population growth) provided/


The Industrial Revolution. Before 1750 Life was primarily rural Short life expectancy –Men 31 years –Women 33 years Feast and famine Availability of food.

conditions 14 hours/day 6 days a week Dangerous working conditions No laws to protect workers Spread of Industrial Revolution The Napoleonic Wars hampered development of industry in Europe during the early 1800’s Eventually, the Industrial Revolution does reach continental Europe Spreading the wealth England was very protective of industry patents Eventually designs are smuggled out or copied and find their way to other European countries Who/


England and Scotland in the 17th century England and Scotland in the 17th century A) regional difference A) regional difference B) religion B) religion.

Revolution and War Revolution and War A) French revolution A) French revolution B) Napoleonic Wars B) Napoleonic Wars Industrialization and Progress Industrialization and Progress A) The impact of Industrialization A) The impact of Industrialization B) Political reforms B) Political reforms A union of England/This strategy might have resulted in financial stability had it not been for developments in France. French Revolution French Revolution In 1789 the French Revolution erupted. French citizens rose /


The industrial revolution. The English industrial revolution : a radical turn in human history ? Industrial revolution termed from the word used for political.

goods and labour. Mostly used for glass-work, brewery, tannery before 1800. Develop for textiles and metallurgy in late 18th c. England (but also France : Oberkampf in Jouy). Specific to Western Europe industrial revolution. –Rural workshops coordinated through the « putting out system » (especially important in textiles) or proto-industry. Proto-industrialization / putting-out system Considered by Mendels (1972) and others as the true origin of western Europes modernization/


The Industrial Revolution 1750-1850 Subtitle. Why? ▪ State Content Standards ▪ –10.3 Students analyze the effects of the Industrial Revolution in England,

-1850 Subtitle Why? ▪ State Content Standards ▪ –10.3 Students analyze the effects of the Industrial Revolution in England, France, Germany, Japan, and the United States. ▪ 1. Analyze why England was the first country to industrialize. ▪ 2. Examine how scientific and technological changes and new forms of energy brought about massive social, economic, and cultural change (e.g., the inventions and discoveries of James Watt, Eli /


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

sundown) Agricultural Revolution Increased food production Lower food prices People ate more More healthy babies were born Population skyrocketed Social Changes: Population Increases 1750 – 144,000,000 1900 – 325,000,000 Europe 1750 - 11,000,000 1900 - 30,000,000 England Many people immigrated to industrialized countries Numerous nationalities to the United States Irish to Manchester and Liverpool in England Population growth in industrialized nations required growing/


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of nationalistic movements C.decentralization of governmental power D.economic depression The best example of the success of nationalism in Europe is the A.development of socialism in France B.Industrial Revolution in Great Britain C.establishment of the Common Market D.unification of Germany Industrial Revolution Origin in England, because of its natural resources like coal, iron ore, and the invention and improvement of the steam engine Spread/


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

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 other areas where they had the right mixture of resources and money to start factories like: - United States - Japan - Continental Europe 62 United States - Mostly focused in the Northeastern region (New England) - Started with textiles/


■ Essential Question: – What caused an Industrial Revolution in England in the 1800s? – Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in Europe?

■ Essential Question: – What caused an Industrial Revolution in England in the 1800s? – Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in Europe? In the mid-1700s, an Industrial Revolution began in England that transformed the way work was done By 1900, industrialization spread through Europe & to the United States transforming the West into the dominant region of the world What caused the Industrial Revolution & why did it begin in England? Rather than making goods by hand, new machines mass-produced products/


CST 10.3- 10.4 Review Answers. 10.3.1 Review What was a direct effect of increased food production during Europe’s Agricultural Revolution? 1.Choice.

commercial goods were made not with tools by hand, but with machinery. A geographic advantage of England in the Industrial Revolution was its 4.Choice A is correct. Its natural harbors provided England with a geographic advantage in the Industrial Revolution. The “Black Country” of England was known for its 5.Choice B is correct. England’s “Black Country” was notorious for the clouds of soot and smoke caused by/


Industrial Revolution EQ: What was the Industrial Revolution? Page 20.

EQ: What was the Industrial Revolution? Page 20 Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Flashcards http://quizlet.com/12064514/industrial- revolution-definitions-flash-cards/ http://quizlet.com/12064514/industrial- revolution-definitions-flash-cards/ Quiz http://quizlet.com/12064514/industrial- revolution-definitions-flash-cards/ http://quizlet.com/12064514/industrial- revolution-definitions-flash-cards/ Industrial Rev in England http://www.history.com/topics/industrial- revolution http://www.loc.gov/teachers/


History Mindset  What is the definition of revolution?

History Mindset  What is the definition of revolution? Industrial Revolution “Blood, Sweat, & Gears” What do you notice? Main Idea  Industrial Revolution: A gradual shift in the way people lived and worked.  Production shifted from hand tools to machines. Beginning  The Industrial Revolution began in ENGLAND around 1750 and spread to the rest of Western Europe and the United States. Why England? Because England has what it takes to industrialize… natural resources, energy sources, money/


1 The agricultural changes which took place in England during the 1600s contributed to England’s later industrial development by A.strengthening the importance.

farming. D.producing more food with fewer workers 2 An important social aspect of the early part of the Industrial Revolution in England was the A.urbanization of factory workers. B.acceptance of rebellious religious groups. C.removal of the class / of government-funded housing and medical care programs. 2 An important social aspect of the early part of the Industrial Revolution in England was the A.urbanization of factory workers. B.acceptance of rebellious religious groups. C.removal of the class system/


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

to the greatly increased output of machine-made good that began in England in the middle 1700s. Before the Industrial Revolution, people wove textiles by hand in their homes. (cottage industry) Then, machines started doing this and other jobs. Soon the Industrial Revolution spread from England to Continental Europe and North America. Industrial Revolution Begins in Britain In 1700, small farms covered England’s landscape. However, wealthy landowners began buying up much of the land/


The Industrial Revolution. (less appropriate title slide)

the factors, or conditions, that gave Britain the edge in the Industrial Revolution? How do you see the old adage “necessity is the mother of invention” played out in the early industrial revolution in England? How is transportation changed in England as a result of the Industrial Revolution? Why does England see Germany as a threat but not the United States? Web Links Industrial Revolution in Britain James Watt Richard Trevithick Great Exhibition of 1851 Edwin/


THE ROMANTIC PERIOD or... THE AGE OF REVOLUTIONS 1776 - 1837.

was imposed on workers with the mechanisation and the rational division of labour; mainly women and children were employed in the factories, where they worked up to 16 hours a day; Major causes in the development of the Industrial Revolution in England 1.Growth of population Agricultural Revolution - Enclosures of open fields and common land; - Introduction of new farming techniques; 2.Technological innovations: A) Use of a/


Industrial Revolution. I.Industrial Revolution A.Origin in England.

like coal and iron ore I’ve got natural resources like whoa! A. Origin in England 2.Many rivers allow for water-power and water disposal A. Origin in England 3.Invention of the steam engine I. Industrial Revolution A.Origin in England B.Spread to Europe and the United States I. Industrial Revolution A.Origin in England B.Spread to Europe and the United States C.Role of cotton textile, iron/


THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION In Europe. England during the 1700’s  Farming was the primary livelihood in England  About 75% of people made their living.

THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION In Europe England during the 1700’s  Farming was the primary livelihood in England  About 75% of people made their living off the land England during the 1700’s  Most farmers did not own their own land. They were usually poor peasants who paid rent to the land owners. England during the 1700’s  People during this time made everything they needed themselves, including food, furniture/


American History Review Semester #1. Unit 12 Spain’s empire in North America 1500s, Spanish Conquistadors sought gold, fame, royal titles, new life, Indian.

– 1631, 2,000 colonists had arrived in Boston. – Turmoil in England resulted in 15,000 more immigrants coming to New England. Massachusetts became biggest and most influential of New England colonies. – Economy: fishing, shipbuilding, /parts of the Market Revolution: 1.Industrial Revolution: Goods made by machines in cities (north-east) 2.Transportation Revolution: Goods in cities could be brought to markets all over the nation. Industrial Revolution and Transportation Revolution Required: – Mass production/


The Industrial Revolution. Industrial Revolution The shift, beginning in England during the 18 th century, from making goods by hand to making them by.

the 18 th century, from making goods by hand to making them by machine. Began with changes in Began with changes in agriculture (farming) and textiles (cloth goods). Industrial Revolution Began in England because England controlled all necessary factors of production: Began in England because England controlled all necessary factors of production: Land- Space for farms / factories Land- Space for farms / factories Labor- Large population of workers Labor- Large population/


CST10.3 : Industrial Revolution Students analyze the effects of the Industrial Revolution in England, France, Germany, Japan, and the United States. By:

CST10.3 : Industrial Revolution Students analyze the effects of the Industrial Revolution in England, France, Germany, Japan, and the United States. By: Andreya Ventura, Shadi Khoury, Alexis Rodriguez,  Nick Saralou, Sahira Alvarado GHCHS WH10 - Period 2 - 10.3.1 Analyze why England was the first country to industrialize. Agricultural Revolution 1. Wealthy landowners began buying the land that was left by the village farmers. 2. New and improved farming methods/


The Industrial Revolution Machines began to replace significantly human and animal power in the production and manufacturing of goods. The use of the steam.

to towns looking for work. Transportation Revolution By 1829, the locomotive was widely used in England. – In 1830, his locomotive, the Rocket, traveled the Liverpool-Manchester Railway at 16mph. – World’s first important railroad as it was in heart of industrial England. New canal systems Duke of Bridgewater important in development. Canals important in completing basic needs of related interdependent industries: railroad, steel, coal industries Roads: – Construction of hard-surfaced roads/


THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION Mr. Trbovich World History.

THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION Mr. Trbovich World History The Industrial Revolution Why was there an Industrial Revolution in England? CAN YOU DEFINE THE TERM INDUSTRIAL REVOLTUION? PICTURE # 1: Taken before the Industrial Revolution PICTURE # 2: Taken after the Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution The time period in the 1750’s, when people switched from making goods in the home or on the farm To mass producing goods in factories located in cities. How close were you to this definition ??? Let us/


1 World History Review PART 1 1. ****Neolithic Revolution Led to the stopping of hunting and gathering as the primary method of food gathering or survivalLed.

Revolution in England and the English Bill of Rights in 1689, and the American and French Revolutions in the late 1700s.Impact: these ideas soon spread throughout the world. These ideas inspired the Glorious Revolution in England and the English Bill of Rights in 1689, and the American and French Revolutions in/on the Industrial Revolution Believed in socialismBelieved in socialism Claimed that a society that is industrial creates a gap between rich and poorClaimed that a society that is industrial creates a/


The Industrial Revolution Phase #1 I can analyze the causes for the Industrial revolution and understand why it began in Great Britain.

! Why do you think a surplus of food is a cause of the industrial revolution? Beginnings of Industrial Revolution 2 phases of the Revolution 1 st phase: –Began in England mid 1700’s Prediction! –Why England? ENGLAND England had all the factors of production: –Land Bountiful natural resources –Labor Displaced farmers, growing population –Capital Wealth – money to invest in industry Land Britain had an abundance of natural resources –Resource: iron ore, coal/


The Industrial Revolution

than having to individually set each letter What was the Industrial Revolution? Describe at least three developments of the Industrial Revolution. Compare and contrast the domestic and factory methods of production. Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in England? Explain why one invention or development leads to another. Explain how developments in the textile industry sparked the Industrial Revolution. Agricultural Revolution --Tools – hoe, sickle, wooden plow --Agricultural methods had not changed/


AP World Review May 3, 2006 afternoon.

, self-government, liberty, justice, equality Economic Agricultural and Industrial Revolutions in England and Western Europe Agricultural Revolution and Proto-Industrialization Prelude to Industrial Revolution Steam factory and mine machines Railroads industrial cities social consequences and attempts to resolve them called the social question European nation building England became an industrial, urban culture tens of thousands were guillotined in France Napoleons Empire—the greatest since Rome—rose and/


THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION The shift, beginning in England in the 18 th century, from making goods by hand to making them by machine.

18 th century, from making goods by hand to making them by machine. England before the Industrial Revolution THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 1.The Agricultural Revolution Population Explosion England - huge increase in population in the late 1760s. More people need more food. The French blockade meant that the British had to produce more food. Large landowners chase small tenant farmers (renters) off their lands /


McKay 8e A History of Western Society Chapter 22 The Revolution in Energy and Industry Cover Slide.

and greatly improved inland transportation. The Industrial Revolution The industrial transformation of western society culminated in the so-called industrial revolution. –England “takes off” first in the age of the industrial revolution. The influence of Calvinism was an important factor in England’s early lead. Social and economic factors influenced England’s take off. A stable government also fostered industrial growth in England. The Industrial Revolution England’s first factories A growing demand for/


Objectives The students will examine the Industrial Revolution. Complete Warm ups Complete TAKS Activity Complete Ch 19 Map/Graph Activity Discuss Ch 19.

currency for the public for the easy exchange of goods and services. Overview of Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution creates great wealth but also great social and economic inequality, prompting a backlash of political, social, and economic reforms. Why did the Revolution begin in England? Because England had the 4 factors for production necessary for industrialization What are the four factors of production? Land (raw material, natural resources) Labor/


+ The Industrial Revolution World Civilizations. + The Industrial Revolution What is the Industrial Revolution? Where and when did it first occur? A1:

of human/animal labor, to create products A2: England (Great Britain) + The Industrial Revolution in Great Britain Why England? Technology Economic Aspects Access to Raw Materials Political Aspects Factors of Production Land Labor + Agriculture in Great Britain at the Start of the Industrial Revolution Jethro Tull Enclosure Movement Experimentation with New Crops + Textile Production in England First  Cottage Industry After Industrialization: Spinning Jenny (James Hargreaves) Spinning Frame (Richard/


Lesson 11.1a: Industrialization Begins in New England Today we will explain how industrialization began in the New England states.

Lesson 11.1a: Industrialization Begins in New England Today we will explain how industrialization began in the New England states. Vocabulary revolution – a sudden and dramatic change factory system – manufacturing process using many workers and machines in one building Check for Understanding What are we going to do today? Describe a revolution that is going on in our lives today. Give an example of a product that is made using the/


Catholic missionaries from Spain & France converted Indians

the anger Students smuggled in books and began to protest Workers joined the students Metternich disguised himself to flee Austria (for England) This began a series of revolutions throughout Europe Nationalism Shakes/House) After Unification Centralized Power under Bismarck (Iron Chancellor) Militarism/military alliances Encouragement of Industry Chemical and Energy industries Persecution of Subject Nationalities Germanization Fought Catholics Fought Socialists Actions Against Catholic Church The Kulturkampf/


Why is it important?  The industrial revolution changed human life drastically  Before the industrial revolution, technology pretty much stayed the.

away, but made what they knew they could eventually sell This allowed them to take time to produce other things after the shirts were done England: Birthplace of the Industrial Revolution  Slow, gradual changes in England started in the 1700s  After 1750, the changes grew Why England ? Capital for investing in the means of production Colonies and Markets for manufactured goods Raw materials for production Merchant marine Geography/


The Romantic Period 1798-1832.

MYSTERIOUS aspects of human experience. Romantic Period The writers of the Romantic period lived in England during a time of SOCIAL UPHEAVAL. The INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION in England changed the way people lived, where people lived, and how business was done. (England changed from an agricultural society to an industrial nation w/ almost everyone living in the city) Romantic Period Writers before this time period tended to rely on SCIENCE/


Revolution/Reaction/Revolution

George IV made new peers, enough to enact it. Problem it addressed=inequality of representation in Commons Representation by counties (2 each in England, 1 each in Wales, Scotland, Ireland) supposed to represent landowners; Representation elected by boroughs standing for merchant/artisans, but rotten” boroughs (little population because of Industrial Revolution redistribution of population); populous cities poorly represented; “pocket” boroughs: one aristocrat pretty much appointed the/


INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AND IMPERIALISM REVIEW. BEGINNINGS England – coal, stable society and Gov’t, investment capital ($), universities (factors of production)

INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AND IMPERIALISM REVIEW BEGINNINGS England – coal, stable society and Gov’t, investment capital ($), universities (factors of production) Textile industry – inventions like flying shuttle, spinning machines 1 st Revolution – Steam 2 nd Revolution – oil, gas, chemicals IMPACT End of Cottage system -> Factory system Urbanization and rise of middle class Steam engines -> railroads -> greater transportation = mobility and job opportunities in inequality of wealth -> Communism and socialism /


* The Industrial Revolution Kirby-CHS North Clackamas School District Social Studies Priority Standards:  HK 2. Analyze the complexity and investigate.

complete. (including memory device). Critical thinking answers and summary paragraph are accurate with minimum supporting details in complete sentences. Your K.I.M. vocabulary is complete –”sloppy”, “rushed.”Critical thinking answers and summary paragraph are and accurate with little supporting details in complete sentences. * Industrial Revolution Industrial Revolution (beginning in England during the 18 th century): society shifted from using tools to make products by hand to using/


Industrial Revolution Portfolio By Wheejoon. Crop Rotation and Seed Drill Wind, water and humans were only power Crop rotation was found by Turnip Townshend.

looks like she’s working hard. Child Labor Child labor was a big problem before the Industrial Revolution Child labor was used commonly all around England during the 19 th century Children had delicate hands unlike adults Children had more advantages such as/but children had smaller hands Children also learned really well, known as manipulation, unlike adults Children fit in small holes Labor was cheap in England and children were cheaper Age of 7-13, children were sent to become apprentices and were treated/


AP World History: The Industrial Revolution Period 5.

was the case that technological development did not revolutionize the Chinese economy as it did in England… Pomeranz, in turn, also determines coal as a central factor of the Industrial Revolution in England. Easy access to large sources of coal is, according to his argumentation, considered one of the vital factors for England’s revolution. He argues that, unlike China, much of the coal was relatively close to the/


Industrial England: The First to Industrialize CA Content Standards: 10.3.1 10.3.2 10.3.3 10.3.5.

of colonization, the British had access to many newly desirable resources and an abundance of new labor. World trade markets also emerged that would provide resources for the future Industrial Revolution Pre- Industrial England: The Scientific Revolution & Enlightenment in Europe The Scientific Revolution began in Europe following the Renaissance period in the 16 th Century through the end of the 18 th Century Many historians argue the exact date/


***The fall of the Roman Empire in 476 CE (AD) led to the start of the Middle Ages in Europe. The Middle Ages would last from 476 until 1453 Europe would.

and other inventions that allowed farming to become easier Impact: owning large amounts of land helped produce more food, more food means increase in population, larger cities. Led to the Industrial Revolution the Industrial Revolution in Europe (18 th –19 th centuries) Change: began in England because of their natural resources of coal and iron. There was a shift from domestically made products (homemade) to factory made products/


World History. SSWH9 The student will analyze change and continuity in the Renaissance and Reformation.

the causes and results of the revolutions in England, United States, France, Haiti, and Latin America C. Explain Napoleons rise to power and his defeat; and explain the consequences for Europe. Revolutions England- 1689 United States 1776 France 1789 Haiti 1791 Latin America 1801-1825 England 1689 Start of Industrial Revolution A Turning Point in History The Industrial Revolution was a long, slow, uneven process in which production shifted from simple hand/


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

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, and France Saw fundamental changes in agriculture, the development of factories, and rural-to-urban migration  The second Industrial Revolution took place between about 1870 and 1960 Saw the spread of the Industrial Revolution to places such as Germany, Japan, and Russia Electricity became the/


Definitions and IDs urbanization Enclosure Movement Cottage Industry Luddites.

, growth of cities as people move from rural regions to cities to find work best known element of that stage is invention of power-driven machinery the industrial revolution transformed economic and social life. began in England around the 1760s (through 1850) and started to influence continental Europe after 1815. changed patterns of work (machines took over for human and animal labor) transformed social/


Absolute Monarchs in Europe Chapter 18. Quick Question…  What do you think of when you hear the word “ABSOLUTE”  What are some synonyms for this word?

in England.  Was weak to Parliament Was quick to given in Supported public construction Reopened theatres What’s Happening?  Do you think that England was better off under the commonwealth or under the monarchy?  Why did Parliament vote to bring back the monarchy? People were unhappy with new Puritan laws, and Cromwell’s son was an uninspiring leader Glorious Revolution/ hsoul take place in the free market –argued against the protection of home industries by imposing tariffs –Argued that in the long run /


Industrial Revolution. Do Now: 1. List 5 inventions from the past 200 years that you feel are the most significant in the development of the world as.

unsanitary Workers were unsatisfied both inside and outside the 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, and France Saw fundamental changes in agriculture, the development of factories, and rural- to-urban migration The second Industrial Revolution took place between about 1870 and 1960 Saw the spread of the/


Chapter 22 Part 3 The Industrial Revolution. On the Continent Continental Europe began to industrialize after 1815…the final defeat of Napoleon Continental.

clothing improved Housing was worse than cottage industry times Housing was worse than cottage industry times Only AFTER 1850 did workers share in the wealth produced in the Industrial Revolution in Continental Europe 2-3 decades earlier for English Only AFTER 1850 did workers share in the wealth produced in the Industrial Revolution in Continental Europe 2-3 decades earlier for English The Luddites (Northern England) A violent group of irate workers who/


Section I: The Industrial Revolution Begins (Pages 504 - 513) This section is about: This section is about: The beginning of the Industrial Revolution.

with India). By 1830, cotton was more than half of Britain ’ s total exports (and they were competing with India). The mass production of goods in a central location Developed the ideas for the textile industry/revolution in England The Development of Steam Power Building Better Steam Engines Britain also had a big supply of natural resources – like iron and coal. Britain also had a/


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