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Bellringer. What did you learn from creating Altmanville What does the word Urban mean? Roles of women during this time in history were? Urban- pertaining to a city; urbanization- city building and the movement of people to cities. Roles of Women

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bellringer
Bellringer
  • What did you learn from creating Altmanville
  • What does the word Urban mean?
  • Roles of women during this time in history were?
    • Urban- pertaining to a city; urbanization- city building and the movement of people to cities.
    • Roles of Women
      • Maintained the house and worked in the factories
      • Little education
      • Paid little for the same work
urbanization
Urbanization
  • Read the article titled Urbanization
  • Make a chart comparing the positives and negatives of Urbanization.
roles of women
Roles of Women
  • There was an economic necessity for many women, single and married, to find waged work outside their home.
  • Women mostly found jobs in domestic service, textile factories, and piece workshops.
  • For some, the Industrial Revolution provided independent wages, mobility and a better standard of living.
  • For the majority, however, factory work resulted in hardship.
hannah goode
Hannah Goode:
  • “I work at Mr. Wilson’s mill. I think the youngest child is about 7. I daresay there are 20 under 9 years. It is about half past five by our clock at home when we go in…We come at seven by the mill. We never stop to take our meals, except at dinner. William Crookes is overlooker in our room. He is cross-tempered sometimes. He does not beat me; he beats the little children if they do not do their work right…I have sometimes seen the little children drop asleep or so, but not lately. If they are catched asleep they get the strap. They are always very tired at night…I can read a little; I can’t write. I used to go to school before I went to the mill; I have since I am sixteen.”
mrs smith
Mrs. Smith
  • “ I have three children working in Wilson’s mill; one 11, one 13, and the other 14. They work regular house there. We don’t complain. If they go to drop the hours, I don’t know what poor people will do. We have hard work to live as it is…My husband is of the same mind about it…last summer my husband was 6 weeks ill; we pledged almost all our things to live; the things are not all out of pawn yet…We complain of nothing but short wages…My children have been in the mill three years. I have no complaint to make of their being beaten…I would rather they were beaten than fired.”
questions
Questions
  • What do you think happened to younger children when the family was away at work in the mills?
  • What might be different about work done at home compared to work in the factory?
  • What do you think about Mrs. Smith’s statement “ I would rather their being beaten than fired…”?
testimonies from south wales mines
Testimonies from South Wales Mines
  • Six Yr old girl-
    • “I have been down six weeks and make 10-14 rakes a day; I carry a full 56 lbs. of coal in a wooden bucket. I work with sister Jesse and mother. It is dark the time we go.
  • Jane Peacock Watson-
    • I have wrought in the bowels of the earth 33 years. I have been married 23 years and had nine children, six are alive and three died of typhus a few years since. Have had two dead born. Horse-work ruins the women; it crushes their haunches, bends their ankles and makes the old women at 40.”
questions1
Questions
  • Name some ways this type of work affected family life.
  • How is this type of work affecting the women’s bodies?
  • Do women still work in coal mines today?
effects of industrialization
Effects of Industrialization
  • Shifted world balance of power. How?
  • Increased competition in industrialized nations and poverty in less developed nations.
  • Industrialized countries viewed poor countries as markets for their manufactured products
  • Industrialization gave Europe tremendous economic power. How?
with this rise of industries countries develop this need to take over the world

With this rise of industries, countries develop this need to take over the world.

But what is the best way to do that?

invasion of the isms
Invasion of the -isms
  • Communism
  • Capitalism
  • Socialism
  • Nationalism
  • Imperialism
socialism remember it s the baby step between communism and capitalism
Socialism (remember it’s the baby step between communism and capitalism)
  • Definition-the factors of production are owned by the public and operate for the welfare of all.
  • Grew out of an optimistic view of human nature, a belief in progress, and a concern for social justice.
  • The government should try to promote the greatest good for the greatest number of people. Sounds ideal right?
nationalism
Nationalism
  • (refer to handouts given Monday)
  • Nationalism is closely related to the concepts of nation and nation-state.
  • In simplest terms, nationalism is the imaginary force that binds people together who identify with each other. (Think pride in Sprayberry)
  • Nationalists were not loyal to kings- but to their people.
imperialism
Imperialism
  • Industrialization stirred ambitions in many European nations, they wanted more resources to fuel their industrial production and new markets to sell to.
  • Nationalism sparks Imperialism
  • The seizure of a country or territory by a stronger country.
  • They dominate the political, economic, and social lifes of the weaker countries.
roles of women1
Roles of Women

There was an ______________ for many women, single and married, to find waged work outside their home.

Women mostly found jobs in _____________, ____________, and ______________.

For some, the ___________________ provided independent wages, mobility and a better ___________________.

For the majority, however, factory work resulted in ____________.

effects of industrialization1
Effects of Industrialization

Shifted _____________________.

Increased _____________ in industrialized nations and increased ___________ in less developed nations.

Industrialized countries viewed poor countries as ____________ for their manufactured products

Industrialization gave Europe tremendous ___________________.

nationalism1
Nationalism

(refer to handouts given Monday)

Nationalism is closely related to the concepts of _______ and _____________.

In simplest terms, nationalism is the __________ force that binds people together who identify with each other. (Think pride in Sprayberry)

Nationalists were not loyal to _______- but to ____________.

imperialism1
Imperialism
  • _______________ stirred ambitions in many European nations, they wanted more __________ to fuel their industrial production and ____________ to sell to.
  • ____________ also sparks Imperialism
  • The seizure of a country or territory by a stronger country.
  • They dominate the _________,_________, and _________ lives of the weaker countries.