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THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

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Cheryl Essex

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THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

7(C)  describe ways in which technology influences human interactions with the environment such as humans building dams for flood control.

17(B)  identify and describe factors that influence cultural change such as improved communication, transportation, and economic development;

FOR THIS LESSON -You will be Creating Picture notes
on the Chart you Create, 8 boxes Total- Front
and Back. At the End of the Lesson, you will
Complete an Open NOte Quiz...So Take GooD NOTES
1700's -
The Industrial Revolution was a perioD OF TimE where major changes in agriculture, manufacturing, mining, transport, and technology had a HUGE effect on Societies and Cultural conditions. THIS startED IN GREAT BRITAIN.
WE JUST Left THE RENAISSANCE- DESCRIBE THAT.
THEN, looking At the Collage that Follows,
What Do You tHINK THE NEXT TIME PERIOD WILL BRING?
Transportation
“The Rocket”

Steam Engine = Energy

Cottage Industry

Harvesting Scene
by Pieter Brueghel

Why Britain led the
Industrial Revolution

1. Geography: coal & iron

2. Colonial Empire: got natural resources from colonies

3. Developed Technology First: no one else could compete

Agricultural Revolution


TEXTILE AND FACTORY
T
transportation
IRON AND COAL =STEEL
STEAM ENGINE=ENERGY

1. AGRICULTURAL
REVOLUTION

2. Cottage
Industry
3. Textile INDUSTRY
4. Factory System
5. Steam Engine
6. ENERGY FOR THE
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

7. TRANSPORTATION
BOX 8:
NUMBER THE BOXES

1.
2.
3.
4.
Back
5.
6.
7.
8.
TURN AND TALK-
WHY DO YOU THINK THAT
BRITAIN LED THE REVOLUTION?
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