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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

World History 2

4/6 to 4/10


Sunday 4 6 do now

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

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 arts1

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

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

Monday 4/7 Do Now

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


Monday 4 7

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

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

Monday 4/7: Assignment

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


Tuesday 4 8 do now

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

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 11

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 12

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 13

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

Wednesday 4/9 Do Now

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


Wednesday 4 9

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

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

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 spreads1

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


World history 2

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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