1 DO NOW: Copy Topic & Objectives Chapter 20 , Section 1DO NOW: Copy Topic & ObjectivesTopic: Industrial RevolutionObjectives:Objective: SWBAT discuss main events and inventions that lead to the Industrial Revolution by creating and answering open-ended questions.
2 Important Concepts Word Bank With your partner, write open-ended questions for the assigned words from the “Important Concepts Word Bank”. Be sure to know the answers to your questions, as you will discuss them when the class re-groups.DO NOW: take out questions from Friday before breakImportant Concepts Word BankAgricultural Revolution 2. Farming Methods3. Enclosure4. Population Explosion 5. Energy Revolution 6. Iron 7. Capital 8. Textile Industry9. Factories 10. Spinning jenny 11.turnpikes 12. Transportation revolution 13. Steam engine Canals British resources
3 With your partner, write open-ended questions for the assigned words from the “Important Concepts Word Bank”. Be sure to know the answers to your questions, as you will discuss them when the class re-groups.Concept / WordQuestions & Answers:Question:Answer:
4 Chapter 20 , Sections 2 & 3Topics: Industrial Revolution: Transportation & Urban LifeObjectives:SWBAT explain the role of transportation during the Industrial Revolution.SWBAT explain social changes that took place as a result of urbanization.DO NOW: Answer: What are the most important technology that we use today? How does it improve the world and/or people's lives?
5 Review:Where and during which time period did the Industrial Revolution begin?What were some of the inventions of the Industrial Revolution?Which industry boomed during the beginning of the Industrial Revolution?How did these inventions affect production of goods?
6 Inventions Agricultural Revolution Food production increases Population GrowsInventionsTextile industryProduction increasesProfits increasePeople move to the citiesTransportation improvesMovement of people & goodsGoods moved more quickly & cheaply
7 1. TRANSPORTATION Turnpikes – privately built roads Canals – artificial river waysLinked EuropeLater used in the U.S. – linked East & West
8 1. TRANSPORTATION Steam Power – used steam to produce energy Steam created by burning COALUnited States: Robert Fulton’s “North River Steamboat” (Claremont) allowed for a quicker movement of goodsGreat Britain: George Stephenson’s steam-powered locomotiveRailroads expandDo not have to follow riversFaster than travel by ship
9 2. URBANIZATION Rural Result: Urbanization Urban (cities) Land scarcityEnclosuresUrban (cities)Result: UrbanizationInvestment opportunitiesIndustry = Jobs (mills, factories, mines)Transportation
10 2. URBANIZATION: Labor DQ: What’s the deal with Wisconsin? Factories: Women, children: lower wages than menWork in textile mills, mines, factoriesHarsh conditionsWorkers STRIKE and form UNIONSCourts find unions illegal (US & Britain)DQ: What’s the deal with Wisconsin?
11 2. URBANIZATION: The Cities Cities expand as a result of industrializationRapid growth of urban populationsCities cannot “keep up”:ProblemResultLack of sanitation / sewageDisease (cholera)Lack of housingCrowded tenementsHarsh living conditionsChildren, Sick & the Elderly have no support systemHomelessness
12 Sir Titus Salt: Bradford mill owner Saltire mill (wool)Better working conditionsBuilt higher chimneys with filtersBuild a village for his workersSchoolhospital
13 3. CLASS DIVISIONS RICH BOUREOISIE POOR URBAN WORKERS Imitate nobility Women do not workSpend more $$$ on luxuriesBuild mansionsSome view the poor as “stupid, lazy, unable to ‘move up’”Poor working & living conditionsWomen work AND take care of householdsWork for low wagesLive in tenementsHave little “say” --- unions deemed illegal
14 Closing: Counts as a Journal Assignment Today, many poor have no jobs or jobs that pay very little, they live in horrible conditions and are often discriminated against by the society. Do you think that these people can “move up” in society or do you think that they will always remain poor? How can society eradicate (get rid of) poverty? Explain your answers. Minimum: 2 full paragraphs