• Industrial Revolution and its Impact

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Enduring Understandings:

  • A nation’s geography, resources, and system of government affect its ability to be economically successful
  • The Industrial Revolution had far reaching effects on the global economy, social relations and culture.
  • Industrialization has both positive and negative effects

Essential Questions:

1. Why are some nations more successful than others?
2. Who wins and who loses in a capitalist society? Why?
3. Does new technology bring people together or does it isolate them?

As an opener, we will create a Wordle to brainstorm what prior knowledge you may have on the industrial Revolution
  • Go to:wordle.net
  • Create a wordle
  • Using snipping tool, save your wordle to your pictures
  • upload to your wiki


Background:
The Industrial Revolution was a period from the 18th to the 19th century where major changes in agriculture, manufacturing, mining, transportation, and technology had a profound effect on the social, economic and cultural conditions of the times.

Picture Detective:Ask a questionList what you seeWhat did the photographer want you to understand about the Industrial Revolution?
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Brainstorming:
Things You Associate with Industrialization
Evaluating Graphic:


  • Analyze the graphic below
  • What do you see as the pros and cons to the spread of industrialization?


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I See/It Means


Use the image below, your textbook, or the online text to complete the activity.
The picture can be found on pages 232-233

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Opener: Lyrics to the Distressed seamstress:




Melody for the Song played on YouTube video below:




Crash Course on the Industrial Revolution video:












Ranking Factors of Production:


  • Open the file below and complete the activity on a New Kind of revolution.
  • Complete the assignment as directed and upload the completed work to your wiki.
  • Be sure you have created a new page entitled Industrial Revolution






Questions to Answer:

Copy, paste and answer the following questions based on reading in Chapter 7 section 1: (pages 235-241)

Explain, in detail, what effect changes in Agriculture had on the industrial revolution?

Predict, what effect might the shift from Cottage industries to factories have on the lives of textile workers and on towns and cities.

Evaluate how you think people justified the use of children doing hard labor in cold mines.


Spread of the Industrial revolution beyond England:


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  • Link the graphic above to your Industrialization Wiki Page
  • Analyze the graphic
  • Identify and list 5 key factors you learned from the graphic in your wiki below the graphic
  • Explain why each was important


Let's stop and see what we know about the role of England in the industrial revolution as well as the pros and cons of the event:

We ARE GOING TO PRACTICE WRITING THESIS STATEMENTS:

Review the rules of thesis writing here:

Create a thesis statements based on theses prompts:

1. Identify and explain the key factors that led to the development of the Industrial Revolution first in England

2. The industrial revolution had a major impact on how people worked and lived. Explain the major advantage and disadvantage of the Industrial Revolution.


Marking Up Text Using Crocodoc crocodoc.com

Period 1 sign into your crocodoc account
period 7 sign up for crocodoc

Open the document below:


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Step 6: Select The Wiki Page In Which You Would like To Embed The Crocodoc Document
Step 7: Click “Edit”
Step 8: Click “Widget” Then Click “Other” and Paste The Embed Code
Step 9: Click “Save”
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Competing Economic Views
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Content Questions:

  • What new ideas about economics developed during the Industrial Revolution?
  • What competing economic ideas arose as a result?

Read and take notes on the document provided in the attached Graphic organizer.



Use this video to change or add to your pros and cons sheet:




Based on your reading and note-taking complete the following activitiy in your wiki:

If you were the financial adviser for a country, which economic view would you support and why? Use evidence from your reading and notes to support your answer.

Opener:
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What is the message of this political cartoon?
What evidence can you state to support your claim?




external image everydaylife1800s.gifDaily Life in the Late 1800s (273-278)
How did Cities grow and change in the late 1800s?
What developments affected education, leisure, and the arts?








Read Cities Grow and Change in your textbook or in on line book found on pages 275-276 and copy and paste the following questions to answer in your wiki:

1. How did cities grow and change in the late 1800s?

2. Why did people migrate to cities?

3. Describe the conditions that made cities more livable?


Read Education, Leisure, and Arts in your text on pages 276-278 and complete the attached graphic organizer. Be sure to upload the completed graphic organizer to your wiki.




Computer activity on Leisure Time ; Use this link: Leisure Time

Introduction to 1900s Working Class Leisure Website
Background:
To understand the changes that took place in the early 20th century in the country's urban center, it's necessary to take a brief look at patterns of work and leisure during prior eras. Before the Industrial Revolution, the household economy was the norm. Men farmed, while women participated in tilling the soil, harvesting, canning foods, making clothes, and home schooling the children. Men and women lived and worked together, and their leisure time was spent together. The Industrial Revolution destroyed the household economy by removing these production functions, and the men, from the home. Women became separated from the work world of men, and then their world of leisure too.

  • View the website provided
  • Read what is written under each bold face heading
  • Record some brief notes on topic
  • Open each picture, label it in your wiki and describe what you see and learned from each of them

As Example:

Married Women & Leisure:
  • A women’s life was centered around the home
  • Only the rich women had a role outside the home in an attempt to share their views on domestic discipline
  • Working class women did household chores and perhaps worked in the home
  • Any money earned went directly into household
  • Only after 1905 did women enjoy commercial leisure time


Picture of Married women do laundry and socialize in the tenement yard

  • Women using washboards outside
  • Opportunity to talk and meet with other women
  • Children left to entertain themselves
Follow the same format for each of the following topics and pictures
The Working Class Budget
Street Amusements
Married Working Men's Leisure
The Working Girl

Reflection:
  • Review your work on the different grouping presented in the website as well as your comments on the pictures associated with each group or event
  • Summarize what you learned about the different groups and the types of activities they took part in.
  • Express your opinions on the different activities that were associated with males and females

Virtual Tour of a New York Tenement at 197 Orchard Street
Link is here

  • The tour opens telling you about the tenants that live on each of the floors in in 1870 and 1915
  • Read each of the entries
  • write down things you learn that display life in the tenements
  • Compare tenement life in the 1870s to 1915. Did it improve? In what ways?

Build a new wordle

Reflect on what you learned between the preview wordle and the one you created now



Review for Test: Let's Play JeopardyJeopardy on Industrial Revolution!


View and take notes on teens in the 1900s:
Teens in 1900s