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World History 2. 4/6 to 4/10. Sunday 4/6 Do Now . Read the setting the stage on page 698. What did art focus on? Why do you think this was the focus? (Think about how art reflects society) . Revolution of the arts .

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World History 2

4/6 to 4/10


Sunday 4/6 Do Now

  • Read the setting the stage on page 698.

  • What did art focus on? Why do you think this was the focus? (Think about how art reflects society)


Revolution of the arts

  • Romanticism: Reflect deep interest in both nature and in thoughts/emotions/feelings of the individual (shift from reason to emotion and from society to nature)

  • Seen in art, poetry and music

    - truth - passion - mystery


Revolution of the arts

  • Realism: show life as it was, not what it should or could be

  • Impressionism: show impression of an idea or moment in time (use of light and reflection)


Sunday 4/6 Assignment

  • Create an piece of artwork. Your artwork can reflect realism, impressionism or romanticism.

  • Take your time and try your best. You will not be graded on your artwork, but your effort in representing the theme.

  • Due: Thursday 4/10


Monday 4/7 Do Now

  • What changes were seen in art? Explain what each style attempted to portray.


Monday 4/7

  • Literature: love stories, struggles, gothic literature (Frankenstein) , poetry

  • Music: represent heroism and national pride (Beethoven)

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTc1mDieQI8

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYDkQ4s80SQ


Monday 4/7 – shifts in art

  • To Realism: Industrialization led to hard life for industry workers and dreams that romantics reflected were unrealistic-show importance of working class- use of photography (page 700)

  • To Impressionists:reaction to realism-show positive side of life – shopkeepers, performers


Monday 4/7: Assignment

  • Read Page 698-701 and match the terms/people with their proper definition or significance.


Tuesday 4/8 Do Now

  • Read the Interact with History on page 716 and answer the 2 questions.


Tuesday 4/8 – Industrial revolution – Chapter 25.1

Terms

  • Industrial Revolution: increased output of machine made goods (begin in England in 1700’s)

  • Enclosures: enclose land with fences/hedges

  • Crop rotation: crop one plant one year and then plant a different plant in the same spot the following year


Tuesday 4/8 – Industrial revolution – Chapter 25.1

Terms

  • Industrialization: process of developing machine production

  • Factors of Production: resources needed to produce goods and services – land, labor, capital (wealth)


Tuesday 4/8 – Industrial revolution – Chapter 25.1

  • Agriculture (farming) led the way to the industrial revolution.

  • Wealthy land owners bought much of England’s land being to create innovations (inventions) to improve farming.

  • Enclosures became important because farmers tried new agricultural methods and large land owners forced small farmers to become tenant (renters) farmers or move into cities.

  • Robert Bakewell became well known for his advances in livestock breeding.


Tuesday 4/8 – Industrial revolution – Chapter 25.1

  • Why did the Revolution begin in England?1. Large population 2. Plethora of natural resources - water and coal for power, iron ore to produce machines/buildings, rivers for transportation and harbors for shipping3. Expanded economy – investors, bank loans4. political stability – no wars on British land 5. Had all factors of production.


Wednesday 4/9 Do Now

  • What are the reasons the industrial revolution began in England?


Wednesday 4/9

Terms

  • Factories: buildings which housed large machines

  • Entrepreneur: person who organizes, manages and takes on the risks of a business

  • Complete the chart in your guided notes 25.1 using pages 717-722


Thursday 4/10 – Do Now

  • Of the inventions you researched yesterday, which one do you think was the most beneficial (helped the most)? Which invention into today’s world do you think is the most beneficial?


Thursday 4/10 – Chapter 25.3 – Revolution Spreads

  • U.S.A. Also had required factors of production (which are?)B. What happened in between Britain and U.S. in 1812? -Blockade set up by England (Retaliation against who?)***Engineers, mechanics and toolmakers where not allowed to leave England – keep industrial secrets*** - caused U.S. to become more self-sufficient


Thursday 4/10 – Chapter 25.3 – Revolution Spreads

  • 1798 – Samuel Slater emigrates to U.S. and builds spinning machine from memory.

  • Factories erupted and rural women flock to cities in search in higher wages and independence.

  • Girls watched very closely inside and outside of the factory


People, especially women, flock to cities

Agriculture and factors of production

Industrialization

More people are in cities to buy manufactured goods

Production Increases


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