Lled 360 Unit Plan: Industrial Revolution
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RESOURCES FOR LESSON:
Benefit/ Cost/ Significance Chart: (Chart will be given to students on 11’’by 17’’ paper)
a company/ organization purchases goods or subcontract services
from an outside source
the policy of extending the rule of an empire and nation over foreign countries
an economic system in which investment in and ownership of the means of production, distribution, and exchange of wealth is maintained chiefly by private individuals or corporations
wishing to purchase goods
: a fee for using a road
manufacture of products like textiles was done at home and on a small scale
the separation and appropriation of land by means of a fence.
the use of machinery, originally powered by water or steam and later by electricity.
a theory of social organization based on the holding of all property in commons
the idea that wealth and benefits
should be shared equally
organization to get rights and benefits for working people
a steam engine designed to pull cars on a railway
a complete change in something, the overthrow of a government
Laissez Faire policy:
businesses and industry free from government regulation and therefore competition and self-interest would serve the greatest good.
: crop rotation no longer needed to leave land fallow because planted nitrogen fixating species (turnips and clover) which could also be used to feed animals
members of a political party that held liberal principles and favored reforms.
cloth or fabric
parts made by a machine to be exactly the same size and shape
many products at once
: the amount of goods and services made by a worker in a certain amount of time
a person who takes risks to start a new business
the legislative body in Great Britain
the natural wealth of a country,
consisting of land
, forests, mineral deposits, water, etc.
groups of self-employed skilled craftsmen with ownership and control over the materials/tools needed to produce their goods, said to be the precursors of modern trade unions
coarse food for livestock, people considered as readily available and of little value
used to fertilize land
: to sow seeds by throwing them over a field by hand
in the language of colonizing power was often referred to as the “mother” country- a sexist reference no longer in use
an economy based on industry
, not agriculture
: land held to be used by everyone
: the essential materials needed in an
industry to make a product
a group of animals distinguished by particular characteristics
a capitalist who invests money in textile-making
the amount of goods available
the desire of people to buy a certain good or product
people who wish to
change the nature of society
to buy land in the expectation that its value with increase
Keys words that describe the industrial revolution?
Unit Inquiry Question:
Availability of Raw Resources: COAL!
Climate for New Innovations:
Expansion of Trade:
Economic conditions were right- Britain was a parliamentary monarchy:
Rise of the middle class:
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