20- Industrial Revolution

Chapter 19-Organizer-Terms

Lesson # 1

Aim: How did people live before the Industrial Revolution?

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The Giving Tree

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Lesson # 2

Aim: How did life differ before the modern Industrial Revolution? PPT

Lesson # 3

Aim: What factors enable a nation to experience an Industrial Revolution?

DBQ 12 IR Begininnings

Causes of the Industrial Revolution

Aim: What factors enable a nation to experience an Industrial Revolution?

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CO: 508-515  CN: 498-504  P: 633-637  PIR: 633-637  PIB: 717-722

  1. Define the following terms: a. Industrial Revolution  b. Domestic System  c. Factory System  d. Agricultural Revolution
  2. Explain why England was the first nation to experience the Industrial Revolution.
  3. Debate which inventions of the period were the most important.

Lesson # 4

Aim: What are the attributes of an industrial city?

Aim: How did England treat the English working Class of the 1840s? Activity

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DBQ 13 IR effects

Aim: How did the Industrial Revolution effects Social structures in GB?

Aim: How did the Industrial Revolution effect workers?

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Impact of Capitalist Devlopment

What are the attributes of an industrial city?

CO: 516-520  CN: 505-509  P: 638-642  PIR: 638-642  PIB: 723-728

  1. Define the following terms: a. rural  b. urban
  2. Explain two ways in which urban life differed from rural life.

 

Mini-Project

Choose one of the following: Use evidence to back up your letter.

  1. A.    Imagine you just moved to an industrial city, write a letter to your friends back home explaining the benefits of living in an Industrial city.
  2. B.    Imagine you just moved to an industrial city, write a letter to your friends back home explaining the problems of living in an Industrial city.

 

Lesson # 5

Aim: Why did working conditions improve in industrialized nations?

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DBQ 14 IR Responses

Why did working conditions improve in industrialized nations?

CO: 563-570  CN: 552-561  P: 650-652  PIR: 650-652  PIB: 738-740

  1. Explain how labor unions helped improve working conditions.
  2. Discuss ways in which women benefited and were hurt by the Industrial Revolution.
  3. Give examples of other positive improvements for workers in the late 1800’s.
  4. Compare and contrast the way women and men were treated during this period.
  5. Debate the positive and negative effects of the Industrial Revolution.

Mini-Project

A. In a 3-4 paragraph essay answer the following question: Was the Industrial Revolution positive or negative? Explain fully using evidence.

 

Lesson # 5

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Aim: In what ways do Communism and Capitalism Differ? PPT

Why were the ideas of Karl Marx important in history?

CO: 522-523  CN: 512-513  P: 648-652  PIR: 648-652  PIB: 736-738

  1. Define: a. capitalism b. bourgeoisie c. proletariat d. socialism e. communism
  2. Explain Marx’s ideas such as socialism and communism.
  3. Analyze the differences between capitalism and communism.
  4. Explain how Marx’s theories influenced countries like Russia and China.

 

Mini-Project

  1. A.    Historical Research: In a 3-4 paragraph essay answer the following question. The ideas of communism and socialism were created in the mid-1800s but were not relevant until the twentieth century. Find one twentieth century leader that was influenced by Marx and explain how they used his ideas?

Lesson # 6

Do not have to write notes

Aim: Who was responsible for the great famine? PPT

Irish Potato Famine Packet Group Activity

Activity

Aim: Why study about the Irish Famine ?

HW Activity

Who was responsible for the Great Famine?

CO: 614-615  CN: 600-602  P: 667-668  PIR: 667-668  PIB: 754-755

  1. Explain how each of the following contributed to the birth of nationalism in Ireland: a. British Rule    b. the Great Hunger
  2. Debate the policies of Great Britain that led to the Great Hunger.
  3. Explain the impact of the Great Hunger on Ireland and their relationship with Britain.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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