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  1. NAME The Unit Organizer 4 BIGGER PICTURE DATE NEXT UNIT /Experience LAST UNIT /Experience 2 3 CURRENT UNIT CURRENT UNIT 1 8 UNIT SCHEDULE UNIT MAP is about... 5 6 UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS RELATIONSHIPS UNIT 7 Origins of the modern world S.A. Rev. and Rev. 1848 Industrial Rev. and Imperialism World War I beginning with The introduction of mechanical inventions that reshaped the daily lives of individuals and changed the fundamentals of government 11/6 Origins of I.R. Origins of I.R. Leading to 11/6 Technological Adv. 11/7 Impacts of the I.R. Imperialism 11/7 Poster Project Resulting from 11/8 Government and Society Shaping Resulting in 11/8 Imperialism Technological Advancements 11/11 Imperialism in Africa 11/11 Africa Map Government and Society 11//12 Imperialism in India Impacts of I.R. 11/12 Imperialism in China 11/12 China Map 11/13 Jeopardy 11/13 Unit Test Why did the Industrial Revolution originate in England? Why did the spread of industrialism to Europe and the United States accelerate colonialism and imperialism? How did the Industrial Revolution produce changes in culture and society? What was the role of capitalism and market competition in the Industrial Revolution? What were some theories opposed to capitalism? How did the Industrial Revolution impact the lives of women, children, and the family? How did the Industrial Revolution affect slavery? Why did workers organize into labor Unions? Why did European countries participate in imperialism and a race for colonies? What were some responses of colonized peoples to European imperialism? Identify Characterize Compare/Contrast Paraphrase

  2. NAME The Unit Organizer DATE Expanded Unit Map 9 is about... 10 NEW UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS Industrial Rev. and Imperialism Big Picture The Industrial Revolution begins in _____________. The ___________ Industry is considered the starting point for the I.R. British Enclosure Movement- The introduction of mechanical inventions that reshaped the daily lives of individuals and changed the fundamentals of government Origins of I.R. Stable Government ________________________________________ Natural Resources _________________________________________ Labor Supply ________________ Technology___________________

  3. NAME The Unit Organizer DATE Expanded Unit Map 9 is about... 10 NEW UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS Industrial Rev. and Imperialism The introduction of mechanical inventions that reshaped the daily lives of individuals and changed the fundamentals of government Technological Advancements Inventor- Impact- Inventor- Impact- Inventor- Impact- Inventor- Impact-

  4. NAME The Unit Organizer DATE Expanded Unit Map 9 is about... 10 NEW UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS Industrial Rev. and Imperialism Big Picture The introduction of mechanical inventions that reshaped the daily lives of individuals and changed the fundamentals of government Impacts of the I.R. __________ ____________ ____________ ____________ _______________ ____________ ____________ ____________

  5. NAME The Unit Organizer DATE Expanded Unit Map 9 is about... 10 NEW UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS Industrial Rev. and Imperialism Capitalism vs Communism The introduction of mechanical inventions that reshaped the daily lives of individuals and changed the fundamentals of government 1 2 3 4 5 6 Government and Society ___________ was the founder of Capitalism. In his book, _________________ , Smith illustrates the need for a natural competitive market with private Ownership. The factory owner __________ the _________ of production. ___________ is all about the __________motive. __________ was the founder of Communism. In his book, ______________, Marx calls for a bloody revolution where the working class or ___________ rise up and take back the wealth with a revolution. Communism is described as a redistribution of wealth

  6. NAME The Unit Organizer DATE Expanded Unit Map 9 is about... 10 NEW UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS Industrial Rev. and Imperialism The introduction of mechanical inventions that reshaped the daily lives of individuals and changed the fundamentals of government Imperialism Africa Congress of Berlin 1885- Belgian King __________ II began the race to Africa by colonizing __________ __________ and ____________ carved up the largest slices of Africa The Africa countries were devastated by the exploitation of the European Countries. ______________________ written by _______________ illustrates the unfair practices and hatred that resulted from European Imperialism in Africa. The countries of _________ and _________ were the only two countries that remained independent in Africa. What is it? Types Colony- Protectorate- Sphere of Influence- Reasons for Imperialism

  7. NAME The Unit Organizer DATE Expanded Unit Map 9 is about... 10 NEW UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS Industrial Rev. and Imperialism The introduction of mechanical inventions that reshaped the daily lives of individuals and changed the fundamentals of government Imperialism China G.B, France, Russia, ________ and ________ all carved out spheres of influence in China. Foreign influence and exploitation angered many Chinese Many Chinese converted to ________ interfering with Chinese religious tradition Boxer Rebellion 1899- India _____ colonized India in order to take control of the ________ industry. India was considered G.B.,” _______ in the ________ .” Sepoy- Sepoy Mutiny 1857- Queen _______ is named Empress of India in 1876.