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World History. 5/16/14. Warm-up. How were the following vital to Britain’s Industrial Revolution? Answer in bullet points. Coal Intellectual decentralization Parliament Trade Turnpikes Josiah Wedgwood. Essential Question.

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warm up
Warm-up
  • How were the following vital to Britain’s Industrial Revolution? Answer in bullet points.
    • Coal
    • Intellectual decentralization
    • Parliament
    • Trade
    • Turnpikes
    • Josiah Wedgwood
essential question
Essential Question
  • How did the French Revolution & Industrial Revolution impact the world?
industrialization spreads
Industrialization spreads
  • Takes hold primarily in the West. Why?
  • Samuel Slater: “Father of American Industry”
    • Britain restricts emigration to keep advantages
    • Slater leaves & establishes first textile mill
industrialization spreads1
Industrialization spreads
  • Belgium, France, & Germany are the first continental European countries to industrialize.
  • Japan industrializes in 1868 as part of the Meiji Restoration—a return to imperial power
  • China, India, & Russia do not industrialize until the 1900s.
conditions in factories
Conditions in factories
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elrK3OaI1fg
  • Who is working in factories?
  • What are conditions like?
  • Who is getting rich? Off of what economic system?
  • What was the Sadler Report? What did it do?
  • How do interchangeable parts encourage mass production?
  • What is a laissez-faire system?
  • What do socialism and communism advocate?
economic theorists
Economic theorists
  • Adam Smith: The Wealth of Nations
  • Robert Owen: A New View of Society
  • Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels: The Communist Manifesto
  • Socialism vs. Communism
    • Distribution according to deeds vs. distribution according to needs
effects on society
Effects on society
  • Wealthy continue to get wealthier
  • Development of middle class
  • Increased standard of living
  • LEISURE TIME!
inventions from the revolution
Inventions from the Revolution
  • Electricity & light bulbs (name?)
  • Trains
  • Steamships
  • Automobiles (name?)
  • Airplanes (name?)
  • Telegraphs (name?)
  • Telephones (name?)
  • Radio (name?)
scientific advances
Scientific Advances
  • Radioactivity (names?)
  • Physics (name?)
  • Pasteurization (name?)
  • Anesthesia
  • Psychology (names?)
political change
Political Change
  • England, France, Latin America, South America, & the United States
french revolution part 2 3
French Revolution, part 2 (& 3)
  • Read pages 692-693 in your textbook.
  • Create an accurate movie poster for Les Miserables (based on 1830 Revolution).

OR

  • Create a timeline of French government from 1789-1870
haitian revolution
Haitian Revolution
  • Haiti: known as St. Domingue
  • Rich French colony (sugar)
  • Inspired by French Revolution, slaves rise up against French settlers
  • Led by Toussaint L’Ouverture
    • Agree to treaty, but Napoleon breaks it and imprisons L’Ouverture
  • Eventual freedom in 1804 & become Haiti
  • In fear of a slave rebellion in America, the US refuses to recognize Haiti and doesn’t trade with them. Result of this policy?
mexican revolution
Mexican Revolution
  • Miguel Hidalgo: a priest that calls for independence from Spainin 1810
    • “Death to bad government and death to Spaniards!”
    • …death to Hidalgo
  • Jose Maria Morelos then organizes a Mexican congress. He organizes troops and fights Spain, but is also captured and killed.
  • Agustin Iturbide: Spanish Royalist who defects and joins Mexican revolution. Iturbide unites revolutionaries; in 1821 Mexico declares independence from Spain.
simon bolivar
Simon Bolivar
  • Ideas spread to South America.
  • Simon Bolivar: “the Liberator”
  • Wealthy Venezuelan who makes a pledge to free South America
  • 1811: Venezuela declares independence
  • Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, & Bolivia earn independence
  • Wanted to be like Napoleon
  • Wanted a “Federation of the Andes,” but one large country never comes into existence. “America is ungovernable,” he said.
  • Establishes foundation for democracy in S.A.
brazilian revolution
Brazilian Revolution
  • During Peninsular War, the Portuguese king John VI flees to Brazil.
  • Rio de Janeiro is named capital of Portuguese Empire—Brazil develops economically.
  • John VI returns to Portugal in 1820 & leaves his son, Pedro I, in control.
  • Brazilian colonists see revolutions elsewhere and want independence.
  • Pedro I declares Brazil its own country in 1822.
  • Bloodless revolution! Constitutional monarchy with parliament established. Today Brazil is a republic.
american politics
American politics
  • Louisiana Purchase (1803)
  • Monroe Doctrine
  • Texas Revolution
  • Mexican-American War (1846-1848)
  • Manifest Destiny
  • Indian Removal Act
  • Trail of Tears
american civil war 1861 1865
American Civil War (1861-1865)
  • Westward expansion = political shift
  • Abolition
  • Abraham Lincoln’s election
  • Secession
  • Fort Sumter
  • Battle of Manassas, parts 1 & 2
  • Battle of Antietam + Emancipation Proclamation
  • Battle of Gettysburg + Battle of Vicksburg
  • Appomattox Courthouse
  • Reconstruction
essential question1
Essential Question
  • How did the French Revolution & Industrial Revolution impact the world?
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