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Industrial Revolution Regular

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Saadia Hussain

on 16 February 2016

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Transcript of Industrial Revolution Regular

Industrial Revolution
First Industrial Revolution
More, Faster, Cheaper
Reactions to Industrialization
Impact on Society
Increase in standard of Living
Child Labor
Working Conditions
Rise of the Middle Class
Economic shift from hand made production to machine based production
Steam Engine
Factory System
Spinning Jenny

Moved Factories Away from rivers
Turning Point
Carries products to new markets and workers to new cities faster
Steam Locomotive (train)
Steam boat
Carried people and goods to new cities & countries faster
Morse Code
Other impacts
Hours: 12-14 (extreme 19) with 1 hour break
Pay: almost nothing
orphans did not get paid because owners provided them food, shelter, and clothing
Age - 6+ years
Six Day weeks
Little Pay
"abandoned from the moment that an accident occurs; their wages are stopped, no medical attendance is provided, and whatever the extent of the injury, no compensation is afforded"
Living Conditions
Lived in cramped one room apartments
Crowded buildings = fires
General lack of safe drinking water & sewage clean up = Disease spread quickly
discovered diseases come from bacteria
Good sanitation kills bacteria
Louis Pasteur
Industrial revolution
Industrialized countries
Better sanitation & working conditions
Family Life
Extended Family Nuclear family
No time for fun things
Write 2 phrases comparing middle class and working class families
Everyone works in separate factories
Spent less time together
Urbanization - movement to & growth of cities
Exit Ticket: Summarize the industrial Revolution in 3 sentences.
Lived in villages
Worked together on the farm
Cities had all the jobs
Lived in cities
Mechanized production
Scientific Revolution
Led to new inventions
Using machines --> faster
Population increase
Low farm wages
Why Britain?
Middle Class
Had money to make factories
Agricultural Improvements
New farming techniques

Raw Materials
Mass Production – making identical item by dividing the work into simple repetitive parts

Mechanization – using machines to do work that was once done by hand

Interchangeable Parts – standardized parts that could be used in all machines

Power Loom
Cheaper iron made using coke
improved communication
Don't take anymore notes!
Remove economic equality by using social reforms
Labor laws
Free education
Access to healthcare
Minimum wage
Use revolution to remove economic inequality
Karl Marx
Proletariat would defeat the bourgeoisie
Complete equality & cooperation
No private property
No government
Labor Unions
Organization workers to advocate for workers' rights
Used negotiations and strikes
Moved to work in factories
More workers
Easier to move around products
Didn't need a lot of farmers
Coal --> Run factories
Came from Colonies
Canals & rivers made it easier to move products
Moved to cities for jobs
Cottage Industry - items are made by hand at home
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