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Unit 11 Nations and Empires

Chapter 33 Rise of Industry

1500 A.D. - 1880 A.D.

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Day 1
Topic  33-1 Scientific Revolution
Objective
Summarize the scientific discoveries of the Scientific Revolution.
Understand the meaning of time and chronology.
Put in order a time line of events.
State Goals
16.C.3c (W)  Describe the impact of technology in different parts of the world, 1500 - present.
Classwork-Homework
Turning Points in History: The Scientific Revolution  3:55

SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION NOTES
Scientific Revolution Notes Part 1  9:34
Scientific Revolution Notes Part 2  7:38

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 33-1 Scientific Revolution pp. 523-525

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Scientific Revolution

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Time Line of the Scienctific Revolution

Resources

 

Day 2
Topic  People from the Scientific Revolution
Objective
Identify and explain the contributions of great men and women of the Scientific Revolution.
State Goals
16.C.3c (W)  Describe the impact of technology in different parts of the world, 1500 - present.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) People to Know
Copernicus:
said the sun, not the Earth, was at the center of the solar system, 1543
Gailileo Galilei:
invented a telescope studied stars and planets
Issac Newton
: explained the theory of gravity, 1687

COPERNICUS
Copernicus  4:22
Pope Bans Copernicus's Theory  1:20

ISSAC NEWTON
ISSAC NEWTON AND GRAVITATION
Issac Newton and Gravitation  Part 1/2  9:42
Issac Newton and Gravitation  Part 2/2  4:37

WILLIAM HARVEY
William Harvey and the Circulation of Blood  4:17
William Harvey  4:57

ANTOINE LAVOISIER
Antoine Lavoisier  4:20

LOUIS PASTEUR
Louis Pasteur part 1 
3:54

Louis Pasteur part 2 
3:58
Louis Pasteur part 3 
2:28
Louis Pasteur part 4 
1:07
Louis Pasteur part 5 
4:35

MARIA MITCHELL
Maria Mitchell  5:25

Resources

 

Day 3
Topic  Galileo
Objective
Introduce students to the Copernican Revolution and the differences between medieval perspectives about the origins and nature of the universe.
State Goals
16.C.3c (W)  Describe the impact of technology in different parts of the world, 1500 - present.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) People to Know
Gailileo Galilei:
invented a telescope studied stars and planets

GAILILEO  animated
Gailileo Part 1  3:43  Pisa Italy  1589
Gailileo Part 2  1:48
Gailileo Part 3  2:07  Rome
Gailileo Part 4  2:18
Gailileo Part 5  2:48  16 years later
Gailileo Part 6  3:02
Gailileo Part 7  1:55

Galileo Sun-Centered System  5:06

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Gaileleo Galilei

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Heliocentric and Geocentric Models

Resources

 

Day 4
Topic  Marie Curie
Objective
Identify and explain the contributions of great men and women of the Scientific Revolution.
State Goals
16.C.3c (W)  Describe the impact of technology in different parts of the world, 1500 - present.
Classwork-Homework
Marie Curie 1867-1934 Radioactivity  :13  real life
Marie Curie  10:00  1st Place Winner National History Day

MARIE CURIE: animated
Marie Curie Part 1  1:59
 
Marie Curie Part 2  4:09
Marie Curie Part 3  5:08
Marie Curie Part 4  5:47
Marie Curie Part 5  5:57

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Marie Curie

Resources

 

Day 5
Topic 33-2 Agricultural Revolution
Objective
Identify features of the agricuctural revolution.
Become acquainted with significant persons in the history of agriculture and their contributions.
State Goals
16.C.2c (W)  Describe basic economic changs that led to and resulted from the manorial agricultural system, the industrial revolution, the rise of the capitalism and the information/communication revolution.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) Terms to Learn
Enclosure:
land disvision, landowner combined small strips into larger

Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) People to Know
Charles Townshend:
introduced the system of rotating crops; nicknane "Turnip"
Jethro Tull: invented the seed drill, seeds planted in well-spaced rows at specific depths

Note02.gif (247 bytes) Open Field System

filmstrip.gif (6075 bytes) Agricultural Revolution

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 33-2 Agricultural Revolution pp. 525-526

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Enclosures

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Headlines from the Agricultural Revolution pages 2-3

Resources
BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Agricultural Heroes

 

Day 6
Topic 33-3 Industrial Revolution
Objective
Trace the rise of industry.
Understand that people began inventing things to solve problems.
Understand why people moved into cities from the farms and the effect it had on populations.
Understand the role children played in the post-Civil War Industrial Revolution.
Understand the lifestyles of those living in factory towns during the Industrial Revolution.
Develop an understanding of what life was like once inside a factory.
Develop an understanding of labor unions and reformers and the effect they have on industry.          
State Goals
16.A.3b  Make inferences about historical events and eras using historical maps and other historical sources.
16.C.2c (W)  Describe the impact of technology in different parts of the world, 1500 - present.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) Terms to Learn
Interchangable Parts:
each part is the same size and shape
Automation:
machines instead of people did the work
Assembly Line:
worker adds a part as the product it passes
Open-hearth Process:
special furnance used to make steel
Macadam Road:
road made from layers of crushed stone

 Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) People to Know
James Watt:
steam engine 1769
Oliver Evans: automation
Samuel Colt: assembly line using interchangeable parts
Henry Bessemer: cheap way to make steel from iron
Thomas Telford: roadways to shed rain
John L. McAdam: macadam roads, crushed gravel
George Stephenson: built the best locomotive, 36 mph
Robert Fulton: steamship Clermont

2 Living During The Industrial Revolution  :59
3 Life Before the Industrial Revolution  1:37 narrated
The Industrial Revolution in England  2:22
The Industrial Revolution  2:00
Industrial Revolution  2:00
The Industrial Revolution: The Golden Age of Steam  6:27
A New Industrial Revolution  9:59
11 The Industrial Revolution:The Steam Engine  1:10  narrated
 

MODERN MARVELS: THE ASSEMBLY LINE
The Assembly Line Part 1  9:03
The Assembly Line Part 2  8:57
The Assembly Line Part 3  9:00
The Assembly Line Part 4  9:04
The Assembly Line Part 5  7:53

9 The Industrial Revolutuion: Coal & Iron  1:01

The Bessemer Process  4:45  dtudent project


readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 33-3 Industrial Revolution pp. 526-530
The Textile Industry
Organizing Production
Iron, Coal, and Steel
Transportation

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Inventors' Challenge Review 2 pages

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Invenrors Chart

atlas.gif (1202 bytes) Atlas of World Hiatory

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Altlas of World History pp. 98-99

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Industrial Revolution Changes Europe  55a & 55b 

 

Resources
Note02.gif (247 bytes)  The Coal Industry

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Inventors' Challenge Review

 

Day 7
Topic  Textile Industry
Objective
Use primary evidence to find out what the working conditions were like for children who worked in factories.
Understand the impact of urban growth and industrialization on the people of the Industrial Revolution.
Develop an understanding of the development of woman and child labor in 18th century Great Britain.
Realize that child labor is still occurring across the world today.
Appreciate the law protecting them from child labor.
Describe how the Industrial Revolution led to changes in women’s roles both within and outside the home.
State Goals
16.A.3b  Make inferences about historical events and eras using historical maps and other historical sources.
16.C.2c (W)  Describe the impact of technology in different parts of the world, 1500 - present.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) Terms to Learn
Textiles:
woven cloth industry
Domestic System:
most work done in cottage of the worker; carding, spinning, weaving
Flying Shuttle:
cut in half the time to weave cloth
Spinning Jenny:
one person could spin many threads at the same time
Factory System:
workers and machines brought together in one place
Cotton Gin: cotton-cleaning machine

Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) People to Know
John Kay:
flying shuttle 1773
James Hargreaves:
spinning jenny
Samuel Slater: developed the first cotton spinning mill in the United States
Eli Whitney: cotton gin 1790, interchangable parts
 
6 Birth of the Industrial Revolution  1:28    describes home based textile worker
Historic Textile Industry  2:16
Working Power Loom 2:07
Shuttle  :33
Eli Whitney: Cotton Gin  2:14
Cotton Gin/Press  8:17

Textile Workers of the Industrial Revolution  wages and work of children
Seamstress in the Industrial Revolution

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Lowell Mills: The Birth of the American Textile Industry

Resources
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) The Textile System

 

Day 8
Topic  Transportation: Canals
Objective
Analyze and evaluate how transportation improved during the Industrial Revolution for the rapid movement of goods.
Learn about the history, development, use, importance, and effect of the Erie Canal, on the development of New York State.
Describe the construction of the Ohio & Erie Canal.
Compare the economy of Ohio before and after the completion of the canal system.
Identify industries that were made possible by the construction of the Ohio & Erie Canal.
Use primary sources to explain an historical event (i.e. justifying the construction of the Erie Canal.
Relate the physical geography of New York State to the success of the Erie Canal as an economic system.
Describe some of the difficulties in the construction of the canal and how they were overcome.
Relate the growth of the Northeast, both economically and culturally,  to inexpensive travel on the Erie Canal.
Sketch out a story scene by scene.
State Goals
16.C.2c (W)  Describe the impact of technology in different parts of the world, 1500 - present.
17.C.4a  Explain the ability of modern technology to alter geographic features and the impacts of these modifications on human activities.
Classwork-Homework
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Why Move Loads by Water? page 4
Transportation and the Erie Canal  8:27  narrated
The Canal Diggers  4:04
I Was a Hoggee on the Erie Canal  9:09  narrated
Erie Canal  4:35
Miami and Erie Canal  1:11
Wabash & Erie Canal  10:38  narrated

BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) The Northeast: America's Gateway to the World

crayon0a.gif (328 bytes) Erie Canal: Art Alive

star.gif (2279 bytes) Erie Canal Word Search

Resources
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Transportation Milestones

 

Day 9
Topic  Transportation: Railroad
Objective
Identify social and economic effect of the railways.
Analyze and evaluate how transportation improved during the Industrial Revolution for the rapid movement of goods.
State Goals
16.C.2c (W)  Describe the impact of technology in different parts of the world, 1500 - present.
Classwork-Homework
filmstrip.gif (6075 bytes) Early Steam Trains  ppt
The History of the British Railway  9:04  narrated
The Growth of Railroads in the U.S.  2:40
The Golden Age of Steam  6:27  narrated
History of the Steam Engine  8:56  all music

THE GOLDEN AGE OF STEAM TRAINS
The Golden Age of Steam Trains  Part 1  9:37
The Golden Age of Steam Trains  Part 2  10:02
The Golden Age of Steam Trains  Part 3  10:00
The Golden Age of Steam Trains  Part 4  10:00
The Golden Age of Steam Trains  Part 5  10:00

Railroad History Special - Dick Cavett  8:05

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Impact of the Railways  4 page article with questions 

star.gif (2279 bytes) The Rise of Railroads research/time line project

Resources
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Railroad History Time Line

 

Day 10
Topic  Transcontinemtal Railroad
Objective
Name the states and identify important dates concerning the railroad.
Name the date and place in which the two railroads met.
Become aware of the people involved in creating the railroad.
State Goals
16.C.2c (W)  Describe the impact of technology in different parts of the world, 1500 - present.
Classwork-Homework
filmstrip.gif (6075 bytes) Transcontinental Railroad ppt  22 slides

TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILROAD
Transcontinental Railroad  Part 1/5  9:59
Transcontinental Railroad  Part 2/5  9:41
Transcontinental Railroad  Part 3/5  9:55
Transcontinental Railroad  Part 4/5  9:41
Transcontinental Railroad  Part 5/5  9:04

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Building the Transcontinental Railroad  Create a Trackmap the Union Pacific and the Central Pacific

Resources

 

Day 11
Topic  33-4 Industrial Impact
Objective
Describe the social effects of industrialization.
Use primary evidence to find out what the working conditions were like for children who worked in factories.
State Goals
16.C.2c (W)  Describe the impact of technology in different parts of the world, 1500 - present.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) Terms to Learn
Trades Unions:

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 33-4 Industrial Impact pp. 530-533
Changes in Society
The Growth of Cities
Reform

7 The Growth of Industrial Cities  1:27
Urban Evolution  8:38
The Industrial Revolution: Journey Through the Eyes of Children  6:58

Coal Mines in the Industrial Revolution

Note02.gif (247 bytes) City Life in the 1800s

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Child Workers

Resources

 

Day 12
Topic  33-5 Spread of Industrialization.
Objective
Analyze how industrialization spread.
Identify inventors and their inventions.
State Goals
16.C.2c (W)  Describe the impact of technology in different parts of the world, 1500 - present.
Classwork-Homework
Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) Terms to Learn
Industralized
: built up industry
Immigrants: people who settle permanently in a different country
Internal Combustion Engine: engine fueled by gasoline

 Chalkboard.gif (3590 bytes) People to Know
Samuel Morse:
electric telegraph
Alexander Grahman Bell: telephone
Nikola Tesla: invented A/C induction motor
Marconi: invented the wireless telegraph
Thomas Edison: electric light  1879
Gottlieb Daimler: automobile engine
Rudolf Diesel: oil burning internal combustion engine

SAMUEL MORSE
Man Behind Morse Code  4:21 


NIKOLA TESLA
The Secret of Nikola Tesla  9:34
Nikola Tesla: The Forgotten Wizard  9:53
Nikola Tesla BBC Documentary  7:10
Nikola Tesla: The Lost Wizard  14:16
Nick Tesla: Wizard of Electricity  9:31

GOTTLIEB DAIMLER
Gottlieb Daimler: The Life Story of one of the Inventors of the Automobile  2:52

RUDOLPH DIESEL
STORY OF THE DIESEL ENGINE
Story of the Diesel Engine Part 1/2  9:02
Story of the Diesel Engine Part 2/2  9:08

World Changer: Rudolph Diesel  3:36

GUGLIELMO MARCONI
Guglielmo Marconi
 

readme.gif (1442 bytes) Section 33-5 Spread of Industry pp. 533-536
Other Countries
Technolgical Advances

Resources
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Biography Book Worksheet Pages

bookpages.gif (1592 bytes) Samuel Morse: The Man With Two Careers  9 page story

 

Day 13
Topic  Alexander Graham Bell
Objective
Learn the history of Alexander Graham Bell and relate their newfound knowledge to their own lives.
Identify the inventor of the telephone and associate other important details to this historic event through reading and answering questions.
State Goals
16.C.2c (W)  Describe the impact of technology in different parts of the world, 1500 - present.
Classwork-Homework
Alexander Graham Bell: Edit Every Day

ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL  animated
Alexander Graham Bell Part 1  2:49  Boston, Massachusetts  1875
Alexander Graham Bell Part 2  2:58
Alexander Graham Bell Part 3  1:46
Alexander Graham Bell Part 4  1:47
Alexander Graham Bell Part 5  3:11
Alexander Graham Bell Part 6  3:37
Alexander Graham Bell Part 7  3:21
Alexander Graham Bell Part 8  2:58
Alexander Graham Bell Part 9  1:08

Thomas Watson Describes the Invention of the Telephone  4:26

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Alexander Graham Bell Find the Old Phones
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Alexander Graham Bell Fun and Discovery
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Alexander Graham Bell Up, Up and Away crossword and whirlywig

Resources
BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Hearing: How the Ear Works  27 pages; Learn the parts of the ear, study Alexander Graham Bell, make a model of the ear.

 

Day
Topic  Thomas Edison
Objective
Learn the history of Thomas Edison.
Identify the other inventions of Thomas Edison.
Explain how Edison's inventions were used and how they contributed to the quality of life in the 1900s.
Identify how Thomas Edison's inventions are a basis for modern technology.
State Goals
16.C.2c (W)  Describe the impact of technology in different parts of the world, 1500 - present.
Classwork-Homework
Edison's First Movie Set: Edit Everyday
National Inventors Day February 11  writing prompt
Thomas Edison: Motion Picture October 6  writing prompt
Electricity: DeNeilian Cursive


THOMAS EDISON  animated
Thomas Edison Part 1  2:20  Menlo Park, New Jersey  1877
Thomas Edison Part 2  3:44
Thomas Edison Part 3  3:04
Thomas Edison Part 4  5:14
Thomas Edison Part 5  4:44
Thomas Edison Part 6  2:32  New Year's Eve  1879

BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Thomas Edison: Inventor, Lecturer, and Prankster  9 pages 

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Young Inventor's Worksheet  ideas, reading a patent, design your own invention

braininjar.gif (1615 bytes) Thomas Edison Test

Resources

 

Day
Topic  Virtual Field Trips
Objective
State Goals
Classwork-Homework
Computer.gif (1114 bytes) The Industrial Revoultion  3 part online lesson
Resources

 

Day
Topic  
Objective
State Goals
Classwork-Homework
Resources

 

Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Assignments    crayon0a.gif (328 bytes) Art Activity    BookOpen.bmp (16686 bytes) Lesson Plan      braininjar.gif (1615 bytes) Tests     IconMap.bmp (3402 bytes) Maps     Note02.gif (247 bytes) Resources     Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Web Sites    
SchoolBus5.bmp (6174 bytes) Field Trips     Computer.gif (1114 bytes) Computer      bookpages.gif (1592 bytes) Book      Dice.bmp (3974 bytes) Games    star.gif (2279 bytes)Extra Credit      filmstrip.gif (6075 bytes)PowerPoint

CHILD LABOR
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Child Workers   Use primary evidence to find out what the working conditions were like for children who worked in factories.   
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Child Workers Worksheet  Note02.gif (247 bytes) Child Workers in Factories 1 page source sheet
CITY LIFE DURING THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Victorian Manchester UK  Life in Manchester in the 19th Century
COAL
Note02.gif (247 bytes)  The Coal Industry
Note02.gif (247 bytes) The Coal Mine Industrial Revolution
FACTORY LIFE
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Conditions in the Mill  Information about the dangers in factories and the poor working conditions.
INDUSTRIAL REVOULTION
Computer.gif (1114 bytes) Industrial Revolution: A WebQuest on the Birth of Modern Times
Computer.gif (1114 bytes) The Industrial Revoultion  3 part online lesson
braininjar.gif (1615 bytes) Test on Industrial Revolution
INVENTORS
braininjar.gif (1615 bytes) Quiz: Great Inventors of the Industrial Revolution
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Inventors and Engineers   List of linked names
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) World History Inventors
MACADAM ROADS
Note02.gif (247 bytes) 1823 - First American MaCadam Road   picture of road construction
NEWTON, ISSAC
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) BBC History Article about Newton
POPULATION
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Population 1750 - 1900
RAILROADS
Pencil.gif (1165 bytes) Impact of the Railways  4 page article with questions
star.gif (2279 bytes) Railroading Boy Scout Merit Badge requirements
star.gif (2279 bytes) Traveler Activity Book  Webelos requirements
SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION
Note02.gif (247 bytes) People of the Scientific Revolution
TEXTILES
Note02.gif (247 bytes) Textiles Workers Industrial Revolution
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) Cotton Times  The Full Story of the World's Greatest Social Upheavel
Earth.gif (6650 bytes) The Cotton Industry


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