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# 5 Industrial Revolution

  1. 1. The Beginnings of IndustrializationLearning Outcomes1. Analyze how new improvements inagriculture led to the growth of citiesand industry in England.2. Compose a visual that shows how newmethods of transportation impacted lifeduring the Industrial Revolution.3. Write a letter to a non industrial nationexplaining how new advancements andtechnologies changed life in Britain.
  2. 2. Kickoff Question: The Beginnings of Industrialization
  3. 3. Main Idea: The Beginnings of Industrialization
  4. 4. Ind. Rev= Machine Made Output of GoodsFormer Farmers Become Factory WorkersWealthy Buy Poor’s Land: Ag Revolution!Enclosures, Experiments: Poor to CitiesSeed Drill, Crop Rotation = Food IncreaseSteam Boats, Roads, RailroadsTextile Factory Near H2O to Run MachineInventions Further Spur IndustrializationFactors of Production: Land,Labor,WealthRevolutions in Agriculture and IndustryThe Beginnings of Industrialization
  5. 5. Method of Transportation Impact on LifeSteam Engine:Road Transportation:Railroad:
  6. 6. Method of Transportation Impact on LifeSteam Engine:Worked faster and efficientwithout burning so much fuel.•Lots of canals and waterways inEngland.•Transporting goods and resourceswere now very cheap and efficient.Road Transportation:Big rocks w/ small gravel inbetween to drain water and notcause muddy conditions.•Wagons could travel over roads evenin bad weather without getting stuckin the mud.Railroad:The Rocket Engine could travel 24mph and could carry heavy cargo.•Allowed a way to transport goods.•Created new jobs.•Boosted agriculture and fishing.•Allowed people to live in countryand work in city.
  7. 7. Exit Slip: The Beginnings of Industrialization
  8. 8. Kickoff Question: Factory Simulation
  9. 9. Factory Simulation DirectionsHeadTop HatEarsEyesNoseMouthHairBodyArmsHandsLegsShoes
  10. 10. First Set of Pictures:1. Students had a choice of materials andproduct.2. Students were paid differently or notat all.3. Students had a choice of whether theysold their product.4. Students worked only on their ownpicture.Second Set of Pictures:5. No choice of materials or part of thepicture.6. Picture divided into parts.7. Teacher yelling at students to gofaster.8. More pictures were made.9. People who didn’t so a good jobwere fired.1. Craftsmen decided what to make.2. They made the whole product.3. They could set the price.4. With the introduction ofinterchangeable parts, peoplebecame part of the assembly line.5. Workers had no choice of design.6. Supervisors cared more aboutproductivity than their workers.7. Increase in production.8. Technology increased productivity.9. Immigrants replaced slow workers.10. Unfair labor practices providedworkers with incentive to becomeorganized.11. Workers paid the same no matter ofthe quality of their work.
  11. 11. Industrialization Changes LifeLearning Outcomes1. Explore how the Industrial Revolutionimpacted specific cities by examining a casestudy of Manchester.2. Build a two column t-chart that shows howboth the positive and negative aspects ofindustrialization and urbanization of cities.3. Sketch a Political cartoon that identifieskey problems with industrialization both athome and in the factories.
  12. 12. Kickoff Question: Industrialization Changes Life
  13. 13. Main Idea: Industrialization Changes Life
  14. 14. Make More Money in Factory Than FarmWorking Conditions Bad: 14 Hrs, 6 DaysUse Extra Money to Buy Extra ThingsUrbanization- People Moving to CitiesLiving Conditions Were HorribleChange Was Long Process to See ResultsWorking Class: Blame the MachinesMiddle Class: Managers, Skilled LaborersClass Tensions GrowThe Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of IndustrializationIndustrialization Changes Life
  15. 15. Positive Aspects Negative Aspects
  16. 16. Positive Aspects Negative AspectsNew Goods - ProducedFasterMake More MoneyUse Extra Money to Buy“Luxury Items”.Rising Middle ClassNew OpportunitiesCrowded – Bad LivingConditionsLong Work DayBad Working ConditionsChild LaborFactory Injuries
  17. 17. Exit Slip: Industrialization Changes Life
  18. 18. Industrialization SpreadsLearning Outcomes1. Explain how other countries were ableto industrialize by implementing GreatBritain’s factors of production.Evaluate their successes and failures.2. Prepare a circle diagram comparing andcontrasting industrialization in Europeand the United States.3. Predict what life would be like nowwithout industrialization, and sketchyour predictions in your notebook.
  19. 19. Kickoff Question: Industrialization Spreads
  20. 20. Main Idea: Industrialization Spreads
  21. 21. America Had Same Factors as BritainBelgium IndustrializesTextile Industry Spread to Northeast USRailroad Helped Increase IndustrializationCorporation & Stock Raise Money for BizImpact: Transformation of SocietyImpact: Rise of Global InequalityThe Rest of Europe ExpandsGermany Learns / Copies British ModelIndustrialization Travels Around the WorldIndustrialization Spreads
  22. 22. Political Unity / StabilityIndustrialization More Spread OutYoung Single Women Worked in MillsSlowed by GeographySlowed by Government / Social StructureBegan in TextilesRailroads ImportantResources Important
  23. 23. Exit Slip: Industrialization Spreads
  24. 24. Reforming the Industrial WorldLearning Outcomes1. Discuss how the Industrial Revolutionled to economic, political, and socialreforms.2. Differentiate between capitalism andsocialism by creating a t-chart thatcompares the two economic systems.3. Design a union logo or flag for a groupof workers on strike. In addition, makea protest sign that explains reasonswhy a worker might strike.
  25. 25. Kickoff Question: Reforming the Industrial World
  26. 26. Main Idea: Reforming the Industrial World
  27. 27. Ind. Rev. Increased Gap of Rich vs. PoorUtilitarianism- Greatest Good for ALLGet Involved? Laissez-Faire = “Hands Off”Self Interest, Compete, Supply & DemandSocialism- Government Should InterveneReform Spreads- Slavery, WomenLabor Unions, Strikes, Reform Labor LawsKarl Marx: Communism. People Own AllUtopia- Perfect Living Place, EqualShould Government Intervene in Economy?Reforming the Industrial World
  28. 28. Capitalism Socialism
  29. 29. Capitalism SocialismLaws of competition, self-interest, supply and demand.Community property andproduction ownership.Middle and workerclasses.Community protectsworkers.Private property andproduction ownership.Classless society.Government doesn’tinterfere.Society organized aroundeconomic ideas.
  30. 30. Exit Slip: Reforming the Industrial World

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