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Industrial Revolution Graphs and Chart Analysis
Industrial Revolution Enduring Understanding: Economic systems may vary depending on the distribution of wealth and ownership of resources.
Industrial Revolution Essential Question: How has urbanization and industrialization led to internal conflict? .
Industrial Revolution Today I Can Statement: I can define industrialization, capitalism, child labor and textile industry.
Industrial Revolution Vocabulary • Industrial Revolution: The drastic change in economic systems and various societies ( England, America and Russia). The Industrial Revolution started around 1760. This was a period when hand tools were replaced by power tools i. e. . the steam engine, spinning jenny, cotton gin etc. The era of factories and new types of working conditions.
Industrial Revolution Vocabulary • Capitalism: “Competing for your Bucks!” An economic system in which investment and ownership of the production, distribution and exchange of wealth is made by largely individuals or corporations. (dictionary. com)
Industrial Revolution Vocabulary • Child Labor: The act of employing a child under age according to the laws determined by one’s municipality (city, county) state or federal government. .
Industrial Revolution Vocabulary • Textile Industry: Industry that specializes in making any type of cloth or goods produced by weaving, knitting and felting.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. What is the age ranges of the workers? Which group of workers earn the same amount of wages? Examine the male wages? Examine the female wages. Which age group earn the most money? Which age group earned the least? Which gender earns the most money? Which gender earned the least? List 3 -5 astonishing facts from the graph.
1. What does the x-axis represents? 2. What does the y-axis represents? 3. How many bales of cotton were produced in…. . a. 1800 b. 1820 c. 1840 d. 1860