Transcript: victorian women entertainment *They often went to plays, opera, drama, and music *they played sports *most were imprisoned *most didnt go to school education *corsets had to be tight *nurses *some would be tought in a room of there house clothing *maids *it was a 2 person job punishment jobs *if it was a child who did a crime most times they were sent to a bording school *they rode horses *wore 7 layers under there dress *sometimes physically punished *governness
Transcript: Most of the new technology we have today were invented during the victorian era like motor cars, steam ships, telephone, light bulb, the electric train and many more. Many Inventions happened during the Victorian Era. By the 1860s, this was when people started to talk about the huge iron steamships, watched airships, and then in the 1890s people could travel by motor car Early Traveling During the Victorian Era -Electric Telegraph -Telephone -Cars -Bicycles became popular -Penny Black Stamp -Electric Light Bulb -Steam -The very first electric train Mid Victorian Era Travel and Technology Examples of the Inventions At the beginning of the Victorian era, most people travelled by road either on horseback, in horse-drawn vehicles or on foot. Wealthier people could afford their own horse-drawn carriages. The Victorian period saw many major developments that made travel, communications and trade easier for many people. Many of the things we have nowadays like photography, telephones, electric light bulbs and cars were all invented during the Victorian Era. Victorian Era
Transcript: WHat were the rights of children during the victorian era? Education for the wealthy children. They were able to attend schools and get a good education. They also could attend church. The girls were able to attend school but were taught to become house wife and good mothers. Boys were offered a higher degree of education. Education for the Poor Children. They were not really offered education like the wealthy children were. They were sent to work in factories rather than going to school. Work for the Wealthy Class Children. The young girls were allowed to go to school but never could seek a higer education because they were taught to be good mothers and good wifes. so the young girls jobs were to learn to become these thing and to take good care of there husbands. Boys could seek a higher education to become whatever they wanted. They were the ones who worked for pay. They were not forced to work at a young age. They were just made to go to school and seek that higher education. work for the poor children. The poor children were not given a chance to get an education, so they were forced to work. It didnt matter the gender they were forced to work in factories. They made the young kids do the hard and dangerous work because they were so small and could fit into smaller places. Homes for the Wealthy Kids The wealthy Kids lived in nice homes. They were giving almost eveything they wanted. They had nice big tea partys and wore nice warm clothes. During winter they had nice warm beds and nice shoes. The Homes for Poor Children The poor children had NOTHING. There were times that The parents could not afford children and had to make them homeless. They didnt have nice clothes and good food. Work Cited www.victoriaspast.com www.victoriana.com www.victorianera.com
Transcript: Suicide 1838, Margaret Moyes Glorification of suicide, suicidal art Was it really a female issue? 1837-1901 1850 Victoria's husband Albert dies The nobilities Old money 1861 Harlotry - "The Great Social Evil" An act old as humanity itself One in twelve Harlotry was widely spread even though the domesticated woman was ideal Second industrial revolution Queen Victoria dies, ending her era 1800 working class Queen Victoria avoided making public appearances after Albert's death. Because of this the royal family lost a lot of their popularity. It continued to decrease with the socialistic revolutions in Europe. 1900 Queen Victoria inherits the throne blablabla snusk Earned their fortune Commoners In the 1870's the royal families annual expenses were over £400,000 Jack the Ripper Victorian Era Nobilities vs. Nouveaux riches Queen Victoria made a great impact on the mentality of the victorians. 1888 Newly Rich 1901 Queen Victoria was born Inherited their fortune Nobles Highly respected 1819 1837
Transcript: Victorian era clothing was, without a doubt the fanciest era of clothing for women. The corset was warn by all women in the Victorian era, it was made to make Inventions of the Victorian Era In the vicorian era a empty room was considered to be in bad taste, and was never expected to be seen. People of the victorian era were obsessed with making scientific discoveries. medicine was immproving by the most it ever has. Her father and her grandfather died, so she got taken care of by her German-born mother, Queen Victoria of Saxe - Coburgsaalfeld. Personal Information about The Queen - Wikipedia Fashion - Wikipedia Architecture/Decor - Wikipedia Scientific Discoveries - Example Essays. com Inventions - Victorian station and Woodland Junior school Explorers and Travel - Yahoo answers and Women in the Victorian era Sports and Leisure - Victorian Station Queen victoria after she had inherited the throne. Born May, 24 1819. Died January, 1901. Was the monarch of U.K. and Ireland from June 20, 1837 untill her death. Victorian era fashion The invention of the bike in th 1880's caused some controversy over how women should ride, who they should ride with, when they should ride, and if at all they should ride because it might tarnish women's reputation and might be unhealthy to them. The Victorian era decor is wel known for its orderliness, and its ornamementations. the victorian era houses were idealisticaly very neat and eparated into many separate rooms, with guest and private rooms. the parlor was supposed to be the most important room of a victorian era house hold because it kept guests entertained. Scientific Discoveries. Many things that were invented in the Victorian era sre things we use everyday and take for granted, such as photography, lightbulbs, and telephone, even cars were invented in the Victorian era. Explorers and Travel in the Victorian era , tipical trip for a familly would be going to the country, or a lakeside somewhere. Since in the mid 18 hundreds, they didn't have an actual network of trians to go all across Europe, the trips that they would take wonld often be quite local. She inherited the throne at age 18 when her two older brothers died. In 1840, she married her first cousin and together, they had nine children. The women of the Victorian era, for the most part, never travelled alone. They would travell with their husbands or familly seen as the men thought it was useless for the women to travell at all because they thought that the women should just stay at home, and tend to their houses. Victorian era clothing went through many changes during the sixty-three year period. Clothing was begining to become more mass produces in factories rather than hand sewn at home, which was still a big part of victorian era fashoin, but was slowly on the decline. another sport that was inventedin the late 1870's was roller skating, which quikly aose to popularity, famillies would go to rinks and pay moey to skate around. Horse back riding was also popular in the Victorian era, but only if to are wealthy enough to afford it horseback riding for women was not only fun, but expressed status. Bibliography Daughter of Prince Edward. The victorian era had many great inventions, such as the game of rugby which was invented by William Ellis in 1823 in Britain. The machine gun is also invented in 1884 in London. Health seemed to be one of the main thing on Victorian era scientists minds. however, one of the best and most important contribution to the victorian era scientific discoveries, was the cure for small pox that was discovered by Edward Jenner. Sports and Leisure
Transcript: Combined romantic and neoclassical ideas Focused on working and living conditions New vocabulary Language variety Formal writing Etiquette Novels Plays Poets August 5, 1809- October 6, 1892 depression Poems: Chiefly Lyrical (1830), Mariana, The Lady of Shalott, Morte d'Arthur, and Ulysses Writing style-->Lord Byron chief rep. of Victorian poetry bad reviews on book of poems, gave up writing for 10 years Death of friend in same year, resulted in "In Memoriam", took 17 years to write married Emily Sellwood in 1836 March 6, 1806-June 29, 1861 outspoken about social and political issues 11 younger siblings prescribed opium for illness overly protective father most poems published anonymously famous works: Sonnets from the Portuguese, Aurora Leigh, Last Poems the creation of the modern invention methods end of the industrial revolution: 1830 new methods of sanitation pasteurizing food (1856), improvements in nutrition, Sewage and quality of drinking water improved railways and "Penny Post" expanded transportation and communication Scientists: Charles Darwin, Thomas Edison, Sigmund Freud, Lord Kelvin inventions- photography, telephones, electric light bulbs and cars, penny-farthing bicycle typewriters... Queen Victoria is crowned (1837) Chartist Movement (1838-1848) Opium War (1839-1842) Queen Victoria marries cousin, Prince Albert (1840) Potato Famine (1845) Factory Act (1847) Great Expedition (first World's Fair, 1851) Population nearly doubled (1851-1901) Attendance made compulsory (1871) Queen Victoria-Empress of India (1876) Jack the Ripper (1888) Death of Queen Victoria (1901) Imperialism and English colonialism demographic changes child labor food- wealthy ate extravagantly, diet of poor= potatoes, bread, cheese, and gruel fashion consisted of elaborate, colorful dresses with boots or shoes, hats, and other accessories entertainment- circus/freak shows, theater, literature, bicycles, "dressing up", parlor and word games, music halls music and art Henry Pether Feminism Education Unmarried men and women Women seen as possession of the family Women expected to wear corsets Gender Roles Religion The Victorian Era started on the basis of Queen Victoria's rule Time of peace and prosperity View of the Thames by moonlight 1828-1865 painted landscapes, especially by moonlight, church scenes possibly the son of Sebastian Pether, another artist 1837-1901 Historical Events Jane Eyre (1847, Charlotte Bronte) Dracula (1897, Bram Stoker) War and Peace (1869, Leo Tolstoy) Oliver Twist (1838, Charles Dickens) Roget's Thesaurus (1852, Peter Mark Roget) Other authors include: Lewis Carroll, Robert Louis Stevenson, Oscar Wilde, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Edgar Allen Poe, Emily Bronte end of the industrial revolution feminism imperialism demographics Evangelical Movement Science Change Agents Set to Victorian-style paintings The Victorian Era Literature THE END Alfred Lord Tennyson Cultural Content Also the beginning of Modern Times sometimes been called the Second English Renaissance. longest reign of any British monarch Victorian Inventions Elizabeth Browning Church of England, Anglican Church The church was very influential in everyday life habitual church attendance 1-2 times every Sunday Evangelical Movement stress upon imagination and emotion -->effect upon lit Chanson de Matin by Sir Edward Elgar
Transcript: Early-Middle Victorian Gothic Revival -pointed arches and gingerbread trim, blossomed during the 1840s. The Italianate style remained fashionable through 1880s. Low-pitched roofs & overhanging eaves with decorative brackets distinguish it. They feature tall, narrow windows that typically have elaborate decorative crowns. A defining feature is often a square cupola or tower. These are mostly modest middle-class houses, but several grand country estates were also built in this design. Second Empire design is basically an Italianate structure with a French mansard roof and dormer windows. Middle-Late Victorian Queen Anne is characterized by a steeply pitched, irregularly shaped roof and an asymmetrical façade often with patterned shingles. They are typically two stories, have a dominant front-facing gable, and feature a onestory porch The Eastlake design is similar to the Queen Anne style though usually somewhat smaller in size decorative elements included extremely creative and elaborate woodwork. The typical middle-class house was crammed full of furniture, fabrics were used in abundance and every available surface was overflowing with knickknack. Such displays were a means of showing off their new-found cultural interests, prosperity and status. They were also in accord with the fashionable notion that bareness in a room was in poor taste. Lighter colors tended to be avoided in town and city dwellings due to pollution. In the early Victorian period elaborate scrolled floral patterns were favored. Primary backgrounds of red, blue and green were common. Later in the 19th century Gothic inspired trellises painted in rich earth tones with stylized leaf and floral work were frequently used. Embossed paper were used on ceilings and friezes in order to counterbalance intricately patterned and colored papers. In many cases the chairs were covered in fabric to match the wallpaper. Furniture design was influenced by notable improvements in the technology of furniture making. They were hand-made and costly. The drapes were usually heavy velvet and often looped back with gold tassels. Lighting was provided by chandeliers and wall sconce. Arts and Literature She chooses a book from her library, miniature in size but otherwise authentic, and reads some prose before beginning another long day. The kitchen lacks the overall elegance of the rest of the house. Possibly because no one saw this room except the servants. The front foyer here has working chandeliers and the grandfather clock chimes on the hour. The paintings throughout the house were commissioned from well-known artists. Marble tiled floors and walls create a real castle appeal. The hand carved ceiling is etched in gold leaf. The Bedroom Classical works from the era: Great Expectations Wuthering Heights Collected Work of Mark Twain The precise cut, material, and color of a garment gave away the social class of whoever was wearing it. Fashions for women of higher classes became increasingly complex. Dresses had several layers of different shades, cloths and trimmings. Six petticoats at least were needed to hold the wide skirts out. The cotton, flannel or wool petticoats used under one skirt could weigh as much as 14 pounds, so clothes were uncomfortably hot and heavy in summer. Fun Facts The Dinning Room husband and wife slept in separate bedrooms with a connecting door in between them. In most cases each would have its own dressing room and a sitting room for the wife. The dinning room was one of the most important rooms. The walls were generally dark paneled. Designs included mazes of tangled lilies, brambles and vines. The gramophone plays comforting music and a glass of genuine vintage wine, from her wine cellar, awaits her on her night stand.
Transcript: Nobody knows babies like we do! Quality products . Good Customer service. Every Kid really loves this store.. BABYLOU ABOUT US About Us BabyLou was established in 2004. It has been more than a decade since we started, where we have ensured to take care of every need and want of every child and infant under one roof, true to the caption “NO BODY KNOWS BABIES LIKE WE DO”. Our benchmark is to provide 100% customer service and satisfaction and continue to deliver the same with a wide range of toys, garments and Baby Products. Play and Create We Are Best 01 02 03 Block games Building Blocks help Kids to use their brain. PLAY TO LEARN in Crusing Adventures Our Discoveries Enjoy a sunny vacation aboard a luxury yacht with the LEGO® Creator 3in1 31083 Cruising Adventures set. This ship has all the comforts you need, including a well-equipped cabin and a toilet. Sail away to a sunny bay and take the cool water scooter to the beach. Build a sandcastle, enjoy a picnic, go surfing or check out the cute sea creatures before you head back to the yacht for a spot of fishing. Escape into the mountains Disney Little Princes in Also available for your Babies..... Also... Out of The World… Our reponsibility BABYLOU…. Our Responsibility All children have the right to fun, creative and engaging play experiences. Play is essential because when children play, they learn. As a provider of play experiences, we must ensure that our behaviour and actions are responsible towards all children and towards our stakeholders, society and the environment. We are committed to continue earning the trust our stakeholders place in us, and we are always inspired by children to be the best we can be. Innovate for children We aim to inspire children through our unique playful learning experiences and to play an active role in making a global difference on product safety while being dedicated promoters of responsibility towards children.
Description: Add some color to your quarterly business review with this vibrant business presentation template. The bold visuals in this business template will make your next QBR a memorable one.
Description: The sky’s the limit. Boost your new sales initiative into orbit with an engaging and compelling SKO presentation. This template features a effective sales kickoff theme that makes it easy to be engaging. Like all Prezi SKO templates, it’s fully customizable with your own information.
Description: Catch the eye and engage the imagination with this cool-looking Prezi proposal template. The bold, bright design and highly dynamic theme all but guarantee success for your next sales or marketing proposal. All Prezi presentation templates are easily customized.
Now you can make any subject more engaging and memorable