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Class: World History


Last Unit:

Age of Revolution

Current Unit:

Industrial Revolution

Next Unit:

Nationalism & Imperialism

The Big Idea: As the Industrial Revolution transformed the way people lived,
reformers fought to fix the problems caused by the changes.


Learning Activities

Essential Questions


What were the causes and effects of the Industrial Revolution?


  • G--Working Class During the Industrial Revolution

How did the Industrial Revolution change the lives of the working class?


  • Terms Part 1 Due!

  • P--DBQ—Urbanization (GA)

  • L—Capitalism, Communism, & Socialism (M)

What are the differences between capitalism, communism, & socialism?

How did urbanization help and harm the lives of the English people?


  • Quiz Part 1 Terms!

  • R--The Chartists

  • W--Reform in Great Britain (GA)

How did reform movements make Great Britain more democratic?


  • L--Women’s Suffrage Movement (GA)

  • Victorian Age

How effective was the woman’s suffrage movement?


  • Terms Part 2 Due!

  • SC—The Great Famine

Did the British commit genocide during the Irish Potato Famine?


How accurately did realism portray the Industrial Revolution?


  • Unit Test

  • Notebooks Due!

  • I-Realism through Photography

How does the history of the Industrial Revolution help us to understand technological and economic change today?

Terms: Define in Notebook and Know for Quiz

Read Ch. 9 & 10, pp. 280-335





Part 1 Terms

Edmund Cartwright 286

James Watt 287

Entrepreneur 287

George Stephenson 288

John Stuart Mill 301

Adam Smith 300

Karl Marx 302

Liverpool 288

Manchester 290

Industrial Revolution G

Enclosure Movement 283

The Communist Manifesto 302

Cholera Epidemic *

Urbanization 289

Corporation 297

Capitalism 300

Laissez-faire 300

Socialism 302

Communism 302

Part 2 Terms

Louis Pasteur 330

Charles Darwin 331

Charles Dickens 267

Victor Hugo *

Victoria I 314

Prime Minister *

Emmeline Pankhurst 315

Marie Curie 331

Galapagos Islands *

Ireland 320

Great Reform Act of 1832 313

Chartist Movement 314

Great Famine 320

Suffrage 313

Social Darwinism 332

Realism 266

State Standards: Industrial Revolution (1750—1880) In this unit, students will analyze the costs and benefits of the Industrial Revolution as the world shifted from an agrarian economy to one based on manufacturing. Students will examine the influence of the Industrial Revolution on the growth of cities, reform movements, and changing social structures around the world.
Compelling Questions

  • How did new choices created by the Industrial Revolution change the way people lived? (Standard 1)

  • How did the Industrial Revolution affect the rise of labor? (Standard 2)

  • How did the Industrial Revolution lay the foundation for competing economic systems? (Standard 3)

  • What ideas of this period have the greatest impact on the 20th century? (Standard 4)

  • In what ways did the Industrial Revolution lead to new economic, political, and social relationships? (Standard 5)

*Definition provided by Ms. Garvey; L=Lecture, G=Group, I=Internet, P= Pair, R=Reading, SC=Socratic Circle; W=Writing, GA=Garvey, M=Meek

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