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Unit #6: Industrialization - New Inventions and an Industrial Lifestyle
 
  Learning Target: I can ANALYZE how the Industrial Revolution changed the lives of people in Europe and America.

 
I know I know it when:
I can make a list of pros and cons for life after the Industrial Revolution.

I am learning this because: The Industrial Revolution  is one of the major reasons for why our world functions the way it does today. The enormous changes in industry had major ripple effects in the economy, society, geography, health and culture.





Directions:
 
Directions: Please follow the directions in the box below to complete the assignment.  Be sure to complete the assignment and carefully check your work before submitting your assignment for a grade. 




Part 1: New Inventions and Improvements

1.   This year we have studied the many political revolutions in places such as the United States, France, Latin America, and Europe that changed the relationship between the people and their governments. 
      During the 1700's however, another revolution was taking place that would forever change the way goods and services are produced.  The Industrial Revolution replaced the expensive hand made goods of the
      past and ushered in the production of inexpensive machine made good such as textiles.   New inventions, advances in agriculture, and improvements in transportation were also part of the Industrial
      Revolution.  These changes would have both positive and negative effects for people in England.  The Industrial Revolution would soon spread to America and continental Europe.  In this assignment we will
      see how the Industrial Revolution began in England by reading several passages. 

      Take a moment to download the Industrial Revolution New Inventions & an Industrial Lifestyle Student AssignmentBe sure to click File > Save As Google Slides before you begin


2.  Next, choose 4 of the inventions below.  Click on the link to learn more about these inventions. 

     Cotton Gin Steam Engine Lowell Textile Mills  |  Steam Boat McCormick Reaper  |  Water Frame  |  Flying Shuttle   |  Rail Roads

3.  In your Industrial Revolution New Inventions & an Industrial Lifestyle Student Assignment answer the following question:

    
"How did this invention make life easier for people in the early 1800's?" 

4.  Do an Internet search to find a picture of each of the inventions.  Place the images in your Industrial Revolution New Inventions & an Industrial Lifestyle Student Assignment


  


Part 2: Important Vocabulary terms

1.    Next take a few moments to define the vocabulary words on slide #3 in your Industrial Revolution New Inventions & an Industrial Lifestyle Student AssignmentYou can use pages 638-640 in your
       text book.  You can also conduct your own Internet search to define the terms. Place the definition of each term in your
       Industrial Revolution New Inventions & an Industrial Lifestyle Student Assignment


      (page 8-10 in the pdf book)


     Terms to know:

     urbanization

     middle class

2.  Be prepared to discuss each term with the class.







Part 3: Industrialization Changes Ways of Life

1.   Now read pages 638-640 to complete the Graphic Organizer on slide #4 of your Industrial Revolution New Inventions & an Industrial Lifestyle Student Assignment
  
2.  You can use the text book, online text book, or the online resources to help you.

     (page 8-10 in the pdf book)  |  The British Museum Website  |  Seattle PI


    

 3.  Participate in a class discussion.  Carefully check and edit your work as needed.   






Part 4: The Postives and Negatives of Industrialization


 1.   Take a few moments to examine the chart below.  You can also use the chart on page 640.  Identify both the positive and negative effects industrialization had on the daily lives of people.

 2.  On slide #6 of your Industrial Revolution New Inventions & an Industrial Lifestyle Student Assignment, make a list of the positives and negatives effects industrialization had on the lives of people.
      
    



 2.   Participate in a class discussion to go over this chart.



Part 5: Submit your work for a grade


 1.   Now that you have analyzed the positive and negative effects of the Industrial Revolution on society, use what you have learned to compose an essay addressing the following question:

       Do you think the Industrial Revolution was a positive or a negative for society?  Be sure to give examples to support your answer. 

 2.  Type your composition on slide #7 of your  Industrial Revolution New Inventions & an Industrial Lifestyle Student Assignment.  You can also add a slide if you would prefer. 


 3.  Carefully check and proof read your essay. 

     



Part 6: Submit your work for a grade


 1.   Once you have completed your Industrial Revolution New Inventions & an Industrial Lifestyle Student Assignment, use the Google Form below to submit your work for a grade.  Be sure to check
       your answers using the Industrial Revolution New Inventions & an Industrial Lifestyle Student Assignment.

 2.    Carefully check your answer and submit your work for a grade. 

      Turn in your Industrial Inventions & Life Here!

3.    Good Job!





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