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1 Notebook Check - FRIDAY Warm UpUsing your m62 templateIf you could invent something that made life easier for people (that hasn’t been invented yet), what would it be?AgendaNotes/PowerPointWebquest/ChartExit Quiz`Notebook Check - FRIDAY
2 Notebook Check - FRIDAY Using your m62 templateWarm Up - HonorsGo to useful links and click on inventionsScroll down on the page and pick an invention and be prepared to tell the class about it (purpose, name of inventor)AgendaNotes/PowerPointWebquest/ChartExit Quiz`Notebook Check - FRIDAY
3 The Industrial Revolution Using your m62 template
4 The Industrial Revolution Using your m62 templateWhat is industry?What do you think the Industrial Revolution is?What do you think happened as a result of the Industrial Revolution?
5 I. Causes of the Industrial Revolution Using your m62 templateA. The Industrial Revolution began in Great BritainB. More food was being produced, which led to a growth in populationC. Great Britain had a lot of money to spend on new machines and new factories
7 I. Causes of the Industrial Revolution Using your m62 templateD. Britain’s government supported laissez – faire (“hands off” approach to economics), which allowed businesses to profit.E. Britain’s colonies were markets where they could sell their goods.In other words, they had a lot of customers
8 II. Important Inventions Using your m62 templateA. The Spinning Jenny was invented by James Hargreaves in 17641. This device allowed more than one ball of thread to be spun for weavers
9 II. Important Inventions Using your m62 templateB. First (reliable) steam engine invented by James Watt in 17731. Steam engines were used to power machines, trains, and eventually boats
10 II. Important Inventions Using your m62 templateC. The cotton gin, invented by Eli Whitney in 17931. This made the process of harvesting cotton easier and faster
11 II. Important Inventions Using your m62 templateD. The telegraph, invented by Samuel Morse in 1836Ever hear of Morse Code?1. This allowed people to communicate quickly from long distances
12 II. Important Inventions Using your m62 templateE. The telephone, invented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876
15 II. Important Inventions Using your m62 templateThomas EdisonHow was the world lit before the invention of the light bulb?What else did Edison invent?What were some of the effects the light bulb had on society?
16 II. Important Inventions Using your m62 templateF. The first long lasting light bulb, invented by Thomas Edison in 1879What effect did the invention of the light bulb have on people?1. This allowed people to work more hours, becoming more productive
19 II. Important Inventions Using your m62 templateHow did North Carolina contribute to the Industrial Revolution?Hint:
20 II. Important Inventions Using your m62 templateWright BrothersWhat inspired the Wright brothers to design the first aircraft?Where were the Wright brothers from?Why did they decide to make their first flight in North Carolina?What problems did the Wright brothers face after putting their aircraft on display?
21 II. Important Inventions Using your m62 templateG. The first airplane was flown by Wilbur and Orville Wright in 1903 in Kitty Hawk, NC
24 II. Important Inventions Using your m62 templateH. The first affordable automobile was created by Henry Ford in 1908The automobile was invented by Karl BenzI. Ford also invented the assembly line, which was a process that allowed machines to be built more quickly
25 Industrial Revolution Blog Using your m62 templateClick on the Discussion tab on my homepageBlog question:What is the most important invention since the 19th century (1800s)?
26 Classwork Laptop No Laptop Using your m62 templateClassworkLaptopNo LaptopGo to Lessons and download IndRevWebQuest.docxCopy and paste in when finishedWhen finished, get your notebook together or work on missing work or extra credit (ToonDoo)Work on BookQuest using pages 614 – 621 (assembly line – 654)Put in basket when finishedWhen finished, get your notebook together or work on missing work or extra credit (vocab review on chart)
27 Napoleon/ Ind. Rev. Quiz- MONDAY Using your m62 templateWarm UpLook at the pictures on this slide. Based on what you see, write a sentence describing what life might have been like during the Industrial RevolutionAgendaNotes/PowerPointWebquest/ChartReview GameExit Quiz`Napoleon/ Ind. Rev. Quiz- MONDAY
28 Quiz on Napoleon/ Ind. Rev.- MONDAY Warm Up - HONORSUsing your m62 templateGo to useful links and click on Jacob Riis under Warm Up 5/6Pick one of the pictures and give your impression of it to the classAgendaNotes/PowerPointWebquest/ChartDepiction worksheetExit QuizQuiz on Napoleon/ Ind. Rev.- MONDAY`
29 III. Growth of Industry What is a factory? Using your m62 templateWhat is a factory?A. With the invention of new and easier ways to manufacture goods, factories needed workersB. Many people moved from rural areas to make money working at a factory
30 III. Growth of IndustryUsing your m62 templateC. Steam engines transported goods between factories by way of railroadsD. Railroads produced more jobs as well as allowed for more products to be produced at factories
31 IV. Effects on SocietyUsing your m62 templateWhat effects do you think the Industrial Revolution had on society?A. Population in Europe doubledWhat is population?What do you think would make the population grow so much?
32 IV. Effects on Society Jacob Riis Using your m62 templateJacob RiisWhat did Riis mean when he titled his book How the Other Half Lives?What is a tenement?What percentage of people in New York lived in tenements?Why did many children die in the tenements in summer?What are some problems people in the tenement houses faced?Why were people forced to live in tenements?
33 IV. Effects on SocietyUsing your m62 templateB. Since city populations grew so quickly, builders could not keep up with the demand of new living spaceC. This resulted in cramped, unsanitary living conditions
34 IV. Effects on SocietyUsing your m62 templateD. Because of the need of workers, many women and children were also employed as factory workers1. These women and children were paid less than men
35 Finish WebQuest or Chart Worksheet Get your notebook in order ClassworkUsing your m62 templateFinish WebQuest or Chart WorksheetGet your notebook in orderWork on depiction worksheetFinish any unfinished work
36 Finish WebQuest or Chart Worksheet Get your notebook in order Classwork - HONORSUsing your m62 templateFinish WebQuest or Chart WorksheetGet your notebook in orderFinish any unfinished work