Industrialization and it's Impact

Overarching Objectives:

  1. Identify reasons for industrialization

  2. Summarize how industrialization ultimately led to imperialism


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According to the timeline p. 232
  • Who invented the seed drill? What is a seed drill?
  • What generalization can you make about inventions displayed on the time line?
  • What did inventor Richard Trevithick create in 1802 & why was it so significant?
  • What else occurred the same year as The Communist Manifesto was published?



Important Vocabulary to consider: Industrialization, Socialism, Communism, Capitalism, Factors of Production, Laissez-Faire Economics, Standard of Living, Labor Union, Strikes, Urbanization



Analysis of Historical Fiction - Charles Dickens

Mark up the Charles Dickens' work - "Hard Times" and complete the chart for your analysis - Post your work on your new wiki page.





Why was Great Britain the leader of the Industrial Revolution?

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Resources of Great Britain 1800 p. 234- Using prior knowledge and information in this map, what can you infer about Great Britain and the Industrial Revolution?


History and Economics p. 236

  • Read & take notes using a "T" chart format (Factors of productions in History/ Factors of Production Today
  • Compare - How has the location of the factors of production changed in current times?
  • Predict - How might the factors of production continue to change?

Critical Thinking p.241 #5 - Use your text Chapter 7.1 (pp 235 - 240) to create a graphic organizer - Factors of Production in Britain. Then write a summarizing paragraph explaining why Great Britain was an early leader in the Industrial Revolution - think of the bigger picture here politically, socially, defensively, economically - What advantages did Great Britain have over other countries?


Map analysis p.252 (Chapter 7) - Copy the map of Industrialized Europe 1900 (This is one of my favorite's!!) Try the Interactive feature - Watch the video with this map & take the quiz.

  • What benefits did industrialization bring to some nations?
  • Which do you think were greater, the costs or the benefits of industrialization?
  • How could Industrialization lead to Imperialism?Industrial Map.JPG

    Do Now: Watch the Chapter 7 Video(on Industrialization Video)


    Add a CCQP to your map analysis(p. 252) in a different color






Adam Smith & Law of Economics

was interested in how countries create wealth through industry and farming. He believed that the division of labor was an important step in the industrial process. He wrote his major work called The Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations in 1776. Smith's ideas formed the basis of classical economics.

(this reading is an excerpt from an earlier version of your textbook called "The Human Journey" Holt, Rinehart, Winston)




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Lives of the Factory Workers

(this reading is an excerpt from an earlier version of your textbook called "The Human Journey" Holt, Rinehart, Winston)

Read the handout and/or use your text Chapter 7.2 to complete the graphic organizer regarding Industrialization and the how it affected society.






Capitalism and the Rise of the Corporation

(this reading is an excerpt from an earlier version of your textbook called "The Human Journey" Holt, Rinehart, Winston)

Read the following excerpt and/or use your text to complete the Graphic Organizer.




Reform in Great Britain!

  • Read about the experience of child laborer in Great Britain. How does this compare with the experience of Charles Dickens? In a short paragraph, discuss your reaction to child labor during this period.

Child Labor: Great Britain
  • Read Chapter 9.1 p. 287 to find out & answer how Great Britain implemented social and political reforms. Write 2 summarizing paragraphs describing

  • The Reform Act of 1832 & Factory Act of 1833.

  • Compare passage of these acts to reforms in US History.








Socialism vs. Communism vs. Capitalism - Who owns the Means of Production???

(this reading is an excerpt from an earlier version of your textbook called "The Human Journey" Holt, Rinehart, Winston)

Read, Mark up, and post your MUTT in your virtual notebook




"Der Streik" Robert Kohler 1886
"Der Streik" Robert Kohler 1886





















Chapter 8 -

Use the chart below to list inventions/new ideas that changed society in the respective categories. Add 1 image of an invention in each category for what you believe is the most important innovation and a brief explanation of your choice.

New Ideas of the Industrial Age

Technology

Science & Medicine

Education/Arts/Leisure

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  • Ferris Wheel
  • another invention
  • another new idea
  • you get the "picture"


Ferris Wheel built 1893 by George Ferris for Chicago World Fair
Ferris Wheel built 1893 by George Ferris for Chicago World Fair
The Ferris Wheel was the most important innovation for entertainment because..........(I really don't think this is the most important invention/innovative idea in the category of education/arts/leisure ----I just like this picture)





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Industrial Revolution & Effects Presentation

How could Reform Act & Factory Act contribute to British Imperialism of Asia and Africa?