IndustRevAS 15

May 17, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: History, European History, Europe (1815-1915), Industrial Revolution
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Margaret Smith

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There are two overarching questions to bear in mind as we work through the changes that took place in Europe during the Industrial Revolution. First, did the industrial revolution improve or worsen the standard of living in Europe? Be mindful of the ways in which industrialization developed, how it spread, and how it changed different peoples’ lives in different ways. Second, how does the Industrial Revolution compare to the previous revolutions we have previously studied?

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY 5 (5) OUTLINES DUE HW: 607 -612 12

8 (6)

9 (1)

10 (2)

11 (3)

No Class

Early Industrial Revolution

Factory Life

Development & Spread of the Industrial Revolution

15

HW: 612-616 16 (4)

HW: 616-620 17 (5)

HW: 621- 627 (to Workers) 18 (6)

19 (1)

No School

New Entrepreneurial Class

Working Class

No Class

Debate

22 (2)

HW: 627-633 23 (3)

HW: Review for Test 4 (1)

6 (6)

7 (1)

Test (@ 100 pts)

No School

Museum Trip

Guided Reading Questions 607-612 What was the “agricultural revolution’? What were the “origins” of the Industrial Revolution – or the reasons it was able to start in England when it did? What was the first industry to industrialize? What were some of the machines that prompted textiles industrialization? Who is credited with developing the steam engine? What were the advantages of the steam engine? How does mechanization change England’s role in the world economy? How does the iron industry change in the late 18th century? In what ways was transportation already changing before steam engines? How do steam engines impact land travel? Who is credited with developing the successful steam locomotive? What was it called? How did railroads impact the Industrial Revolution? How do the changes in IR technology compare to changes from 21st century technology?

Margaret Smith

[email protected] Western Civ 2 Industrial Revolution

There are two overarching questions to bear in mind as we work through the changes that took place in Europe during the Industrial Revolution. First, did the industrial revolution improve or worsen the standard of living in Europe? Be mindful of the ways in which industrialization developed, how it spread, and how it changed different peoples’ lives in different ways. Second, how does the Industrial Revolution compare to the previous revolutions we have previously studied?

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY 5 (5) OUTLINES DUE

8 (6)

9 (1)

10 (2)

11 (3)

HW: 607 -612 12

Early Industrial Revolution

Factory Life

Development & Spread of the Industrial Revolution

No Class

No School

HW: 612-616 15

HW: 616-620 16 (4)

HW: 621- 627 (to Workers) 17 (5)

18 (6)

19 (1)

No School

New Entrepreneurial Class

Working Class

Debate

22 (2)

HW: 627-633 23 (3)

HW: Review for Test 4 (1)

6 (6)

Test (@ 100 pts) 7 (1)

Museum Trip Guided Reading Questions 607-612 What was the “agricultural revolution’? What were the “origins” of the Industrial Revolution – or the reasons it was able to start in England when it did? What was the first industry to industrialize? What were some of the machines that prompted textiles industrialization? Who is credited with developing the steam engine? What were the advantages of the steam engine? How does mechanization change England’s role in the world economy? How does the iron industry change in the late 18th century? In what ways was transportation already changing before steam engines? How do steam engines impact land travel? Who is credited with developing the successful steam locomotive? What was it called? How did railroads impact the Industrial Revolution? How do the changes in IR technology compare to changes from 21st century technology?

Margaret Smith

[email protected] Western Civ Industrial Revolution

There are two overarching questions to bear in mind as we work through the changes that took place in Europe during the Industrial Revolution. First, did the industrial revolution improve or worsen the standard of living in Europe? Be mindful of the ways in which industrialization developed, how it spread, and how it changed different peoples’ lives in different ways. Second, how does the Industrial Revolution compare to the previous revolutions we have previously studied?

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY 5 (5) OUTLINES DUE

8 (6)

9 (1)

10 (2)

11 (3)

Early Industrial Revolution

No Class

Factory Life

Development & Spread of the Industrial Revolution

HW: 612-616 15

16 (4)

HW: 616-620 17 (5)

HW: 621- 627 (to Workers) 18 (6)

No School

New Entrepreneurial Class

Working Class

Debate

22 (2)

HW: 627-633 23 (3)

HW: Review for Test 4 (1)

6 (6)

HW: 607 -612 12 No School

19 (1) Test (@ 100 pts) 7 (1)

Museum Trip Guided Reading Questions 607-612 What was the “agricultural revolution’? What were the “origins” of the Industrial Revolution – or the reasons it was able to start in England when it did? What was the first industry to industrialize? What were some of the machines that prompted textiles industrialization? Who is credited with developing the steam engine? What were the advantages of the steam engine? How does mechanization change England’s role in the world economy? How does the iron industry change in the late 18th century? In what ways was transportation already changing before steam engines? How do steam engines impact land travel? Who is credited with developing the successful steam locomotive? What was it called? How did railroads impact the Industrial Revolution? How do the changes in IR technology compare to changes from 21st century technology?

612-616 How did factories change the nature of production? (Change in place? Change in role of worker? Change in role of overseer? Change in nature of work? What was the Crystal Palace? Who came to it and why? Look at the Prince Albert quote on p 615-616 – where did the sentiment he expressed begin? 616-620 What factors slowed industrialization on continental Europe? What efforts did the British take to prevent the spread of industrialization? How did industrial ideas spread nevertheless? What steps did continental governments take to increase industrialization? What is a joint-stock investment bank? How did it increase continental industrialization? What did cotton production look like on the continent? How was the steam engine used on the continent? To what extent did industrialization spread to European colonies abroad? Why? What do you predict will be the long-term impact of this approach to industrialization in the colonies? 621-627 (up to New Social Class: Workers) What explains the population boom in the nineteenth century? How did the population boom impact life in the countryside? What was unique about peasant life in Ireland? What was the potato blight? What was its impact in Ireland? What was its impact on the US? How did industrialization impact where people lived? How did England compare to the continent? What were living conditions in the rapidly expanding industrial cities? What happened to food in industrial cities? Who were the urban reformers and what did they do? What was cholera and why was it particularly problematic in cities? What types of people made up the new industrial entrepreneurial class? What was that class like? How has social Structure changed in Europe since the Reformation era? 627-633 What groups made up the working class? What were conditions like for factory workers? What were conditions like for mine workers? What were the conditions like for child workers? What is the standard of living debate? How did wages change in the industrial revolution? How did consumption change in the industrial revolution? What are trade unions and why did they form? Who were the luddites and what were their goals? (How is that term used today?) Who were the chartists and what were their goals? What government reforms were put into place in response to industrialization? How has the role of the economy in Europe changed since the Reformation era? What is the relationship between economics, politics, and social structure?

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