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1 Tues. 10/16 Write Now (5 minutes) Read the following quote and then answer the question: Why did Lucy Larcom think mill work-related benefited young women? AGENDA WriteNow Class Firm New groups #6 Industrialization Spreads (notes) Finish #5 Vocab

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2 Table of Components #1 Module 5 Industria l Rev. Cover Page #2 RSG 9.1 TheBeginn ings of Industria lization #3 9.1 Beginning s of Industria lization Notes #4 Pros & Cons Of Ind. Rev. # 5 Ch. 9 Vocab #6 Industria lization Spreads Mon 10/8: List 10 things you use day-to-day that were made through a device. Circle the 3 things that are most necessary to you. Tues 10/9: Define industrialization. Define “Industrial Revolution.” Exordinary why Great Britain was the first country to industrialize. DO I HAVE TO WRITE THE QUESTION? For WriteNows… You DO NOT need to write the question UNLESS you are stumped and execute not know what to write. Wed. 10/10 or Thur. 10/11 List 3 pros and also 3 cons of industrialization. Fri. 10/12 Critical thinking: Why execute you think slave labor would certainly decrease as an outcome of industrialization? Mon. 10/15: If you can choose any type of area to begin a huge commercial city, geographically what forms of points would certainly you like (what type of climate, land form, sources, location…) Module 5 “Industrial Revolution” Cover Page Standard 10.3: Analyze the impacts of the Industrial Revolutions in England, France, Germany kind of, Japan, and the USA Write Now

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3 Class Firm Block Day this week Vocab quiz (on words develop Assignment #5) Collect Industrial Revolution packets Common Assessment #3 on Industrial Rdevelopment New Groups

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4 Pg. 282 1.Would you attempt to adjust your working conditions in the factory? Why or why not? 2.If yes, would you sign up with a union, go to school, or run away?

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5 Between you and your partner, decide that will certainly be the “clapper” or “moderator” and that will certainly be the speaker: Moderator: claps and claims “pro” and “con” Speaker: Says three pros and also 3 cons around the results of industrialization

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6 Review: Industrial Radvancement impacted all components of life in Great Britain. Industrialization increases swiftly Urbanization Factory mechanism Living Conditions Sickness was widespcheck out Working Conditions: Factories
Coal mines Class Tensions (Upper, Middle, Working Class) Luddites Hopeful Effects

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7 California State Standard 10:3:2 Examine how clinical and technical transforms and brand-new creates of power brought around huge social, financial, and social adjust (e.g., the inventors and also explorations of James Watt, Eli Whitney, Henry Bessemer, Louis Pasteur, Thomas Edison).

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8 Objectives Describe industrialization in the UNITED STATE and Europe. Identify the results of industrialization on the remainder of the human being.

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9 #6 Industrialization Spreads Chapter 9.3

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10 Main Idea- ( Empire Building) The Industrialization that started in Great Britain spreview to various other components of the world Why it Matters Now- The Industrial Rdevelopment collection the phase for the growth of modern cities and a worldwide economy

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11 Setting the Stage English initially to industrialize due to these advantages: 1.Favorable location 2.Financial Equipment (banks) 3.Natural Resources British merchants 1 st to build makers and also factories Industrialization spreads to U.S. and rest of Europe (What do you need to industrialize?)

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12 Industrial Advancement in the UNITED STATE UNITED STATE has actually same resources as England, allows us to mechanize: (The use of makers in location of hand-operated labor or the usage of animals) –River system –Coal and also iron –Labor provided by farm workers, immigrants –Who Else? War of 1812 –British blockades U.S. ports –**Forces UNITED STATE to develop sectors that have actually been cutoff** War of 1812 1812-1815

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13 Industrialization in the United States Like England also, industrialization begins in textiles –England forbids designers, mechanics, tooldevices from leaving (Why?): Brain Drain (1789) Samuel Slater on –Immigrates to U.S. and builds a spinning machine from memory Samuel Slater 1768-1835

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14 (1813) Francis Lowell –Mechanized eincredibly phase of fabric production –Money is offered to money a larger textile operation in Lowell, Massachusetts Becomes a model for developed towns Lowell’s initially factory: “Boston Manufacturing Co.” Francis Cabot Lowell

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15 Mill Girls –Womales begin to flock from ranches to factory towns –Higher wperiods, self-reliance –Watched closely both inside/external of factory Why? –12 hrs a day, 6 days a week –Alterindigenous for woguys was : Servant Lowell Massachusetts Mill Girls

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16 Later Expansion of UNITED STATE Indusattempt Northeastern industrializes first –UNITED STATE mostly farming until the Civil War ends (1865) Industrial boom starts –New creations Telephone Electric light bulb –Cultivation metropolitan pop. consumes manufactured goods –Railroads expand (Why Important) –UNITED STATE has even even more resources than England (1890) Total track 208,152 (1840) Total track 2,818

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17 Rise of Corporations Large providers need a good deal of money Entrepreneur: Organizer, operator of Corp. Sells stock to raise $ for service –Stock: Individual shares of agency –In significance end up being component owner of firm, shareholder –Corporation: Owned by shareholders: –Share in earnings, not personally responsible for agency debts –Corporations able to raise money crucial to purchase industrial devices Shares in Wachoby means of Corp., the nation"s 4 th -biggest bank, dropped as a lot as 10% on pertains to that borrowers may miss more payments on adjustable-rate mortgperiods

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18 Sir Ricdifficult Branboy Sells Stock, that become share holders Form corporations “Virgin Atlantic”

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19 Large corporations form: –Standard Oil Owned by John D. Rockefeller –Carnegie Steel Company type of Owned by Anattracted Carnegie Become recognized as Big Company –Smust control entire industry to maximize earnings –Corpoprice leaders, stockholders earn high profits High earnings earned on backs of workers Rockefeller) Carnegie Big Firm Today

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20 1789-1815 –French Rdevelopment and also Napoleonic wars slow-moving industrialization Germany kind of –Built railroads that attach production cities through natural sources (where did cities need to be constructed in the start of Industrial Revolution?) –Sent children to England also to learn industrial administration –Allows Germany type of to afford huge military (Who has actually the overcome Navy and also a lot of $?) (1835) Germany type of industrializes

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21 Transportation poses obstacle to industrialization –Austria-Hungary mountains * *Defeat railroad contractors –Spain lacks useable watermethods and also great roadways –**Both countries are sluggish to industrialize** Other Euro. Countries Slow to Industrialize

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22 Impact of Industrialization Begins to change balance of power: –Economics –Military –Politics Increases competition –Nations compete for sources Less arisen nations become impoveriburned –Africa –South America

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23 England also exploits abroad colonies for resources. –Why? –Other nations like UNITED STATE, France, Japan follow lead What is this called?

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24 Society Transcreates 1700-1800 –Peoples stays adjusted by transformations in: 1.Agriculture 2.Production 3.Transportation 4.Communication –Asia, Africa, South America, economy based on farming, slow-moving to industrialize.

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What result does imperialism have actually on this? Third World Map

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25 –Population, wellness, and riches rise in developed nations –Advancement of middle creates: 1.Education 2.Democratic Participation

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26 3-2-1 Activity Do the 3-2-1 task after your notes 3- Things you learned 2- Things you found exciting 1- you did not understand also Use complete sentences.

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