Industrial Revolution              CHAPTER 5                                CHAPTER 6Section 1 = Dawn of the Industrial Ag...
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G5               CH 5: Section 1 - Dawn of the Industrial Age   p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key•    One of the new ene...
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  1. 1. Industrial Revolution CHAPTER 5 CHAPTER 6Section 1 = Dawn of the Industrial Age Section 1 = IR SpreadsSection 2 = Britain Leads the Way Section 2 = Rise of the CitiesSection 3 = Social Impact of the IR Section 3 = Changing Attitudes & ValuesSection 4 = New Ways of Thinking Section 4 = Arts in the Industrial Age
  2. 2. p.170-173 Section 1 = Dawn of the Industrial Age1) P-Reading Questions2) Guided Reading Notes3) MC Quizzes4) Peopardy5) Other Sources6) Textbook Tuesday Back to Main
  3. 3. G8G1 1 P-Reading Questions G5 G6 G9G2G3 G7 G8 1) P-Reading QuestionsG4 2) Guided Reading Notes 3) MC Quizzes 4) Peopardy 5) Other Sources 6) Textbook Tuesday Back to Main Quiz
  4. 4. G1 Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173 I) Dawn of the Industrial Age • For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small ______________. • This was all changed with the I__________ R_____________ • The Industrial Revolution started in ___________. • Change during this type of revolution was not s______ or s______. • Instead, change was l_____, s____ and an u_________________ • Production shifted from simple _____ ____ to complex ___________. • From Britain, the IR spread to _______, ______ _______and around the globe. II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads • In 1750, most people worked the land, using __________________, • Lived in simple __________ lit by firelight and candles. • People made their own _________ and grew their own _____. • Most knew little about the _________, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) / d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f)
  5. 5. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the I__________ R___________ West? East or• The Industrial Revolution started in _______.• Change during this type of revolution was not s____ or s_____.• Instead, change was ____, ____ and an ___________• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________, East or West?• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  6. 6. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in _______.• Change during this type of revolution was not s____ or s_____.• Instead, change was ____, ____ and an ___________• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  7. 7. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not s____ or s_____.• Instead, change was ____, ____ and an ___________• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  8. 8. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or s_____.• Instead, change was ____, ____ and an ___________• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  9. 9. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was ____, ____ and an ___________• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  10. 10. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, ____ and an ___________• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  11. 11. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an ___________• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  12. 12. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple _________ to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  13. 13. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex _______.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  14. 14. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to _______, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  15. 15. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, _____________ and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  16. 16. G1 Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173 I) Dawn of the Industrial Age • For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages. • This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution • The Industrial Revolution started in Britain. • Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden. • Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process End G1 Back to Main • Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines. • From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe. II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads Start G2 • G2 In 1750, most people worked the land, using _____________, • Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles. • People made their own _______ and grew their own ____. • Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  17. 17. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple ________ lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  18. 18. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own _______ and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  19. 19. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own ____.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  20. 20. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the _____, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  21. 21. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people __________. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  22. 22. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people traveled. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  23. 23. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people traveled. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) Train / Steamship d) Clothing d)b) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  24. 24. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people traveled. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) Train / Steamship d) Clothing d) Sewing Machineb) Messages b) e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  25. 25. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people traveled. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) Train / Steamship d) Clothing d) Sewing Machineb) Messages b) Telegraph e) e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  26. 26. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people traveled. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) Train / Steamship d) Clothing d) Sewing Machineb) Messages b) Telegraph e) Pregnancy Death e) Antiseptic methodsc) c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  27. 27. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people traveled. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) Train / Steamship d) Clothing d) Sewing Machineb) Messages b) Telegraph e) Pregnancy Death e) Antiseptic methodsc) Prevents Pain c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Back to Main
  28. 28. Ch 5 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.170-173I) Dawn of the Industrial Age• For thousands of years since the rise of civilization, most people lived and worked in small farming villages.• This was all changed with the Industrial Revolution• The Industrial Revolution started in Britain.• Change during this type of revolution was not swift or sudden.• Instead, change was long, slow and an uneven process• Production shifted from simple hand tools to complex machines.• From Britain, the IR spread to Europe, North America and around the globe.II) Life Changes as Industry Spreads• In 1750, most people worked the land, using handmade tools,• Lived in simple cottages lit by firelight and candles.• People made their own clothing and grew their own food.• Most knew little about the world, few people traveled. Inventions 1830 - 1855 Improvement Invention Improvement Inventiona) Traveling a) Train / Steamship d) Clothing d) Sewing Machineb) Messages b) Telegraph e) Pregnancy Death e) Antiseptic methodsc) Prevents Pain c) Anesthetic f) Building structure f) Skyscraper Back to Main
  29. 29. G3 CH 5: Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From ______ years ago until about _____ years ago farming remained the sameb) New ________ techniques included: Changed from New Use _______ ________ were combined into… ______ _________ for better production ____________ from livestock (Cows)… used to ________the soilc) New _____________ were spread through farm j__________d) The technique of C____ ______ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) _______ ______ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _____ ___ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by ________ farmers.• _________ created ____ in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more f_________  more _____• Negative Side = More farmers ____ land  then l_______  villages ______  jobless went to .g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = ________ people• Less death from _______ = better ______, ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  30. 30. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about ___ years ago farming remained the sameb) New _____ techniques included: Changed from New Use ___________ were combined into… ___________ for better production ___________ from livestock (Cows)… used to _____the soilc) New ______________ were spread through farm j_______d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  31. 31. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New _____ techniques included: Changed from New Use ___________ were combined into… ___________ for better production ___________ from livestock (Cows)… used to _____the soilc) New ______________ were spread through farm j_______d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  32. 32. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use ___________ were combined into… ___________ for better production ___________ from livestock (Cows)… used to _____the soilc) New ______________ were spread through farm j_______d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  33. 33. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… ___________ for better production ___________ from livestock (Cows)… used to _____the soilc) New ______________ were spread through farm j_______ Owned by…d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____. Worked by…g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  34. 34. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production ___________ from livestock (Cows)… used to _____the soilc) New ______________ were spread through farm j_______d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  35. 35. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to _____the soilc) New ______________ were spread through farm j_______d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  36. 36. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New ______________ were spread through farm j_______d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  37. 37. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm j_______d) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  38. 38. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of ____________ was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  39. 39. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) ___________ (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  40. 40. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Ask Mr P to play some Jethro Tull Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the _________ which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  41. 41. G3 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rowsG4 rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  42. 42. G3 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age p.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rowsG4 rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• ________ : process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  43. 43. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  44. 44. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  45. 45. p.171-172 Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Age Changed from New Use III) Agriculture Spurs Industry Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production • From 11,000 years ago until about 300 Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… years ago farming remained the same used to renew the soil b) New Dutch techniques included:c) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  46. 46. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more  more• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  47. 47. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more________• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  48. 48. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  49. 49. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then  villages______ jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  50. 50. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages  jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  51. 51. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to ____.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  52. 52. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less _____ from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  53. 53. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less death from ______ because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  54. 54. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less death from famine because of food ______• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  55. 55. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less death from famine because of food surplus• Better eating = _______ people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  56. 56. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less death from famine because of food surplus• Better eating = healthier people• Less death from ______ = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  57. 57. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less death from famine because of food surplus• Better eating = healthier people• Less death from disease = better ______ , ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  58. 58. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less death from famine because of food surplus• Better eating = healthier people• Less death from disease = better hygiene, ________ & improved medical care Back to Main
  59. 59. Section 1 – Dawn of the Industrial Agep.171-172III) Agriculture Spurs Industry• From 11,000 years ago until about 300 years ago farming remained the sameb) New Dutch techniques included: Changed from New Use Small fields were combined into… Large fields for better production Fertilizer from livestock (Cows)… used to renew the soilc) New farm techniques were spread through farm journalsd) The technique of Crop rotation was used to restore exhausted soils.e) Jethro Tull (not the 70s rock group) invented the seed drill which planted seeds in rows rather than scattering them wastefully over the land. (Ask Mr P to play cool Jethro Tull song)f) ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT:• Enclosure: process of taking over & consolidating land formerly shared by peasants farmers.• Parliament created laws in favor of enclosure.• Positive Side = More enclosed land  more farm output  more profit• Negative Side = More farmers lost land  then lost work  villages shrank  jobless went to cities.g) POPULATION INCREASE: Why did it happen?• Less death from famine because of food surplus• Better eating = healthier people• Less death from disease = better hygiene, sanitation & improved medical care Back to Main
  60. 60. G5 CH 5: Section 1 - Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was______.• ______ was used to develop the ______ engine.• J______W_____ made improvements on the engine which led to L_________ and s______________.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of _____• ______ was used to make _________ and _______ engines• ______ used coal to _____ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a _____ _______ & _____ _______ iron• D_____ III built the first iron ________.• Iron became widely used once world began to build _________
  61. 61. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• ______ was used to is coal? the _____engine. How to get coal? Where develop• ____________ made improvements on the engine which led to ___________ and s__________.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of ___• ____ was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widelyWho gets it? world began to build ________ Who gets it? used once
  62. 62. Coal Process
  63. 63. Coal Process
  64. 64. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the _____engine.• ____________ made improvements on the engine which led to ___________ and s__________.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of ___• ____ was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  65. 65. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• ____________ made improvements on the engine which led to ___________ and s__________.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of ___• ____ was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  66. 66. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to ___________ and s__________.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of ___• ____ was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  67. 67. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and s__________.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of ___• ____ was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  68. 68. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of ___• ____ was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  69. 69. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• ____ was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  70. 70. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make _________ and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  71. 71. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and _____ engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  72. 72. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• _____ used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  73. 73. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to ______ iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  74. 74. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• ______’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  75. 75. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• Darby’s experiments led to a __________ & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  76. 76. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• Darby’s experiments led to a less expensive & ____________ iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  77. 77. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• Darby’s experiments led to a less expensive & better quality iron• _____ III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  78. 78. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• Darby’s experiments led to a less expensive & better quality iron• Darby III built the first iron ______.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  79. 79. Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• Darby’s experiments led to a less expensive & better quality iron• Darby III built the first iron bridge.• Iron became widely used once world began to build ________
  80. 80. G5 Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• Darby’s experiments led to a less expensive & better quality iron• Darby III built the first iron bridge.• Iron became widely used once world began to build railroads
  81. 81. Smelt & Bessemer’s Process
  82. 82. G5 Dawn of the Industrial Age p.173IV) New Technology Becomes Key• One of the new energy sources was coal.• Coal was used to develop the steam engine.• James Watt made improvements on the engine which led to locomotives and steamships.• Coal was also a fuel needed for the production of iron• Iron was used to make machines and steam engines• Darby used coal to smelt iron, or to separate iron from it ore.• Darby’s experiments led to a less expensive & better quality iron• Darby III built the first iron bridge.• Iron became widely used once world began to build railroads
  83. 83. 3) MC Quizzes forChapter 5 Section 1 = Dawn of the Industrial Age QUIZ Alpha QUIZ Bravo QUIZ Charlie QUIZ Delta Back to Main
  84. 84. G6 CH 5: Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  _____ Food  ___________ increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers _________ & _________• Population increase causes ________ to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – ____ ______ ii) ______ ___________ iii) ___ ___ _________II) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural ______ B) Navigable ______2) Rivers supplied _____ ______ & allowed for construction of _______3) Lots of ______ used to power ______ engines4) Vast supplies of ______ available to build new _________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + _________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid _____ - _____s, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing ________ _________ c) s_____ trade d) _________ ________ e) New e_________ f) supportive ____. g) e______________3) _________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) _________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) _________ __________ – No river _____ & other _________. Strong _____ protects its ______, shipping & overseas trade.6) E_____________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business.
  85. 85. Section 2) Britain Leads the Way p.174-177I) Britain Leads the Way• Agricultural Revolution  More Food  _____________ increase• Agricultural advancements left many farmers ___________ & ________• Population increase causes ______ to grow• Population increase created a steady supply of labor to – ____________ ii) ______________ iii) ______________II) Why Britain?a) Natural Resources Abound1) A) Lots of natural _____ B) Navigable ______2) Rivers supplied ___________ & allowed for construction of ________3) Lots of ____ used to power _____ engines4) Vast supplies of ____ available to build new __________b) Effects of Demand & Capital• Ready workforce + ____________ increase = increased demand for goods• From the mid ______________, Britain’s economy prospered (did good). a) Increased Trade b) growing _____________ c) s_____ trade d) _______________ e) New e___________ f) supportive _______ g) e____________3) ________ – money used to invest in a new enterprise (new business)4) ___________ – business organization in shipping, mining, railroads or factories.5) __________________ – No river _____ & other ________. Strong _____ protects its ________, shipping & overseas trade.6) ______________ – people who _________ and take on the financial ($) _____ of starting a new business. Back to Main
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