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Is Change Always Good?

History Assessment By Vishay & Kritin


on 13 February 2013

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Transcript of Is Change Always Good?

Introduction FIRST CHANGE (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr In this presentation we are going to argue... that the time period 1750-1900... was a period of... progression. Strip Farming Land owned by village
land divided into strips and allocated to families Families that had no strips used "common land" All the farming space is divided equally
Even people that were new to the village had space to farm Pros CONTENTS:  Introduction………….Part 1
 Strip Farming………….Part 2
Cottage Industry………….Part 3
Public Health Act - 1875………….Part 4
Transport………….Part 5
Video Summary………….Part 6
Conclusion………….Part 7
Quiz………….Part 8 More
Macinery Large Fields High
Proftts More Food More
Profits Enclosure Act Cons You can't use technology as the strips were to small.
Technology is expensive.
Crops were damged due to others walking over your strip. Enclosure Act - 1848 In 1848 the councils took away all the strips of land making it one big field.
Took common land from poor.
fences around field Pros Cons Poor people's land was gone.
The poor had to work in factories in the city. Benefitted the rich very well ALSO... More Money for the British empire to use The British Empire stronger and more powerful Our Opinion Change from strip farming to Enclosure was ... because ... What is it? Working at home. Independant.
You are your own boss.
flexy working hours.
Work at home.
High quality product Pros Cons You are only good at one job
Low consumer interest SECOND CHANGE Handmake products. Make products by yourself What is it? Cottage System Factory System What changed? Pros Cons Poor people had bad working conditions
There were many fatal accidents
The poor get less money
Factory managers were very strict
No breaks at all Mass produced many products.
More social
Factory owners got lots of money
Allowed Britain to export many products making it very powerful Around the 1750s factories were starting to develop in Britain.
Changed the production of products from one person making the whole piece, to one person doing a specific part of the manufacturing process.
Many machines to help with the production =] What is it? Pros Cons The rich will be on a disadvantage as they will have to pay for the other people. THIRD CHANGE The Public Health Act - 1875 An act conducted by Benjamin Disraeli.
Made local authorities purify water.
Provide Sewage Systems.
Medical advances. A lot more hygienic
Higher quality of living.
Less illnesses Transport What changed? Pros Cons It gives out pollution.
Cost a lot of money What is it? Pros Cons FOURTH CHANGE Transport Conclusion Our Opinion The changes between the two health acts were ... because ... Our Opinion Our Opinion The change to steam engine was...
because... THANKYOU FOR LISTENING Transport - way you get from one place to another.
People would travel using a horse and cart. No pollution
Horses get more muscle! Now people could travel much faster with steam engines.
The Change is that they are able to travel a lot faster and with more care. It is very slow.
Leaves horse dung along the streets.
Not a smooth ride
Horses can go wild!
No air conditioning In Conlusion we believe that the period from 1750 to 1900 was a time of progress!
This is because the changes made allowed everything to be done faster. For example the change from the cottage system to the factory system allowed products to be made faster. However these changes started giving off lots of pollution into the atmosphere. Also, as the steam engine and the factorys develop give off more and more pollution. There are many advantages and disadvantages of change from 1750-1900 but our opinion is that this time period was one of... LINK ! Enclosure
Act Factory System Link ! All men able to vote Health act 1875 Change from the cottage system to the factory system was ... because ... People can get from place to place much faster and with less hastle.
Less impacted by weather conditions.
Easier to use than horse and cart. Progression Better Sanitation Political Change LINK Transport made a long term impact as they keep on changing getting better and better. Also they become so advanced with great technology including built in sattelite navigation, instead of maps. Also the roads keep on improving at thesam time. Factory
System LINK Transport QUIZ 1) What did the Cottage System change to in 1) What did the Cottage System change to? THE FACTORY SYSTEM 1878 2) When did the second health act occur? 3) What is strip farming? 4) What was the change for transport
FROM 1750 - 1900? A - Horse and Cart to Cars
B - Bikes to Horse and Cart
C -Horse and Cart to Steam powered Trains Also the roads changed and trhis was because in 1750 a group of people were concerned about the roads of their country and they formed a group called the "Turnpike Trust". This group of people took permission from the Parliament to build toll gates on stretches of road.

This is where people had to pay a certain amount of money to pass through the gate. This money was then spent on maintaining and improving the road.

By 1770 turnpike roads (which are the roads we have nowadays) covered 15,000 miles of England and Wales.
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