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World History 2. 4/13 to 4/17. Sunday 4/13 – do Now . Describe the effect agriculture and factors of production had in the production of goods. INTRODUCE QUARTER 4 PROJECT – DUE THURSDAY MAY 1. Sunday 4/13 – Business . As industrialization increases, corporations start to emerge.

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World history 2

World History 2

4/13 to 4/17


Sunday 4 13 do now

Sunday 4/13 – do Now

  • Describe the effect agriculture and factors of production had in the production of goods.

  • INTRODUCE QUARTER 4 PROJECT – DUE THURSDAY MAY 1


Sunday 4 13 business

Sunday 4/13 – Business

  • As industrialization increases, corporations start to emerge.

  • Small businesses join together to make a bigger business.

  • Example: 1800’s – A few large companies owned 2/3 of railways in U.S.


Sunday 4 13 business1

Sunday 4/13 – business

  • Stocks:rights of ownership

  • Corporations: business owned by stockholders who share the profit but are not personally responsible for the debt.

  • Examples: Standard Oil owned by RockefellerCarnegie Steel owned by Andrew Carnegie

  • Goal was the own every aspect of the industry


Sunday 4 13 assignment

Sunday 4/13 Assignment

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

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8GQNJ0WJb4#aid=P8vSZ7bcuZw

  • Read Pages 731–733 in your textbook and complete questions 10 to 16 on your guided notes.


Monday 4 14 do now

Monday 4/14 Do Now

  • What is a corporation? What are some corporations you know of? (Keep in mind most large businesses are corporations)


Monday 4 14

Monday 4/14

  • Complete the worksheet using pages 734-735 in your book.


Tuesday 4 15 do now

Tuesday 4/15 Do Now

  • What is Laissez Faire Economics? Do you agree with it? Why or why not?


Tuesday 4 15

Tuesday 4/15

  • Quiz: 24.4 and 25.1


Tuesday 4 15 rise of socialism

Tuesday 4/15 Rise of Socialism

  • Utilitarianism

  • Jeremy Bentham

  • People should judge ideas, instructions and actions based on utility (usefulness)

  • Government should promote greatest number of good for greatest number of people.


Tuesday 4 15 rise of socialism1

Tuesday 4/15 Rise of Socialism

  • Utopian “Perfect Place”

  • Robert Owen

  • Reaction to poverty

  • He improved working conditions, rented houses at cheap rates and did not allow children under 10 to work in factories

  • ***Many argue that utopias are non-existent, why?***


Tuesday 4 15 rise of socialism2

Tuesday 4/15 Rise of Socialism

  • Socialism

  • All factors of production are owned by the public and operate for the welfare of all.

  • Government controls and evenly distributes wealth among people.


Wednesday 4 16 do now

Wednesday 4/16 Do Now

  • Complete the skillbuilderon Page 737


Wednesday 4 16 communism

Wednesday 4/16 – Communism

  • Karl Marx

  • Marxism – Radical Socialism

  • Wrote Communist Manifesto with Friedrich Engels

  • Division: “Haves” and “Have-nots”

  • Wealthy control production while poor provide backbreaking labor

  • Capitalism would destroy itself because large companies would drive out small and only a few people would control all of the wealth

  • Eventually the workers would revolt and take control of factories and profit leading to equality


Wednesday 4 16 communism1

Wednesday 4/16 – Communism

  • Communism

  • Complete socialism

  • All means of production (land, mines, transportation, businesses) were owned by the people

  • Everything was shared equally

  • Problem: Economics not the only factor in society (also have race, religion, politics)

  • Why does communism fail? Incentive


Thursday 4 17 do now

Thursday 4/17 Do Now

  • What is communism? Why do some believe it sounds good in theory, but fails in practice?


Thursday 4 17 unions

Thursday 4/17 - Unions

  • Union: voluntary labor association to make change

  • make negotiations between worker and employer over pay, working conditions, etc.

  • Strike: refusal to work


Thursday 4 16 assignment

Thursday 4/16 Assignment

  • Read Page 738-740 and complete the following questions

  • Who led the way in forming unions? Why?

  • How did governments react to unions and strikes? Did this stop people?

  • What were the main goals of unions?

  • What are 3 reform laws and what was there significance?

  • In what ways did reform laws spread beyond factories?

  • What are the 3 views on slave labor?

  • Why did women lead reforms movements?

  • Who was Horace Mann and Alexis de Tocqueville and why were they important?


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