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With your host Mr. Bass !

With your host Mr. Bass !

With your host Mr. Bass !. Jeopardy. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Vocabulary. Industrial Revolution. Inventions. Immigration. Manifest Destiny. The West `. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point.

By Jims
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Continuous Improvement: The Lessons of History (or, There is nothing new under the sun )

Continuous Improvement: The Lessons of History (or, There is nothing new under the sun )

Continuous Improvement: The Lessons of History (or, There is nothing new under the sun ). SCM 352 Dr. Ron Lembke. Eli Whitney. introduced interchangeable parts in large musket contract for U.S. Army Interchangeable parts the true secret of Ford’s success

By kohana
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The Growth Industrialization

The Growth Industrialization

The Growth Industrialization. Advances in technology The growth of industry The Emergence of the factory system. The Industrial Revolution. The Industrial Revolution was a period of rapid change in the U.S. were machines replaced hand crafted labor as the main work force.

By duy
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Fostering students’ learning styles

Fostering students’ learning styles

Laura Soracco Elena Urrutia. Fostering students’ learning styles. What happens when we learn…. What would you think? What would you do?. Where brain theories came from….

By terryal
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The Changing Workplace

The Changing Workplace

The Changing Workplace. Chapter 8 – Section 4 (A). Factories Change Work. In the early 19 th century almost all clothing was produced in the home. New manufacturing techniques shifted production from homes to factories.

By durin
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Objective 2.03

Objective 2.03

Objective 2.03 . Distinguish between the economic and social issues that led to sectionalism and nationalism. Samuel Morse. Invented the electromagnetic telegraph in 1837. Eli Whitney. Invented the Cotton Gin in 1792 and the concept of interchangeable parts in 1801. John Deere.

By quynh
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The Transportation and Industrial Revolutions

The Transportation and Industrial Revolutions

The Transportation and Industrial Revolutions. c. 1800’s – c. 1840’s. Georgia Standards. SSUSH6 The student will analyze the nature of territorial and population growth and the impact of this growth in the early decades of the new nation.

By zihna
(123 views)

Eli Whitney and The Cotton Gin 1793

Eli Whitney and The Cotton Gin 1793

Eli Whitney and The Cotton Gin 1793. By: Grace Dean. About Eli Whitney Eli Whitney was an American inventor. He was born in Massachusetts on December 8, 1765. He attended Yale College . The Cotton Gin.

By zarita
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Bring your scissors today

Bring your scissors today

Bring your scissors today. WARM_UP What do Henry Ford (Ford Automobiles), and the Roman Army have in common?. Standardization!. Ford standardized the car making process Interchangeable parts Standardized job training Assembly line. Roman Soldier. Uniform Training Standard equipment.

By ayla
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Power Point Slides to Accompany Lee Jenkins’ Blogs

Power Point Slides to Accompany Lee Jenkins’ Blogs

Power Point Slides to Accompany Lee Jenkins’ Blogs with National Association of School Superintendents. Jenkins Blog #4. HIGH. Excelling. Firefighting. People Strength. LOW. Struggling. Getting By. LOW. HIGH. Process Strength.

By kylia
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The Changing Workplace

The Changing Workplace

The Changing Workplace. Pgs. 240 - 245. Rural Manufacturing. Putting - out system: manufacturers provided the materials for goods to be produced in the home. Then brought the finished articles to the manufacturer who paid them by the piece and gave them new materials for the next batch.

By matt
(154 views)

The Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution. Describe labor in Europe in the beginning of the 1700’s What was the result of increased demand for manufactured goods in Great Britain? What might be some costs and benefits of faster textile production as a result of new machines?.

By xandy
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Do Now: Match column A with column B –

Do Now: Match column A with column B –

Do Now: Match column A with column B – . Andrew Carnegie John D Rockefeller Thomas Edison Alexander Graham Bell Cornelius Vanderbilt Monopoly. Oil baron Invented the telephone Founded General Electric Made money in transportation and construction Steel industry

By janina
(174 views)

Revolution

Revolution

Revolution. A sudden, extreme, or complete change in the way people live and work. Industrial Factory System. Factories in the North Textiles: Lowell Mills Employed women and children Dangerous work environment Long hours Urbanization increased Overcrowding and shortages.

By awena
(110 views)

1-2-3 Show Me

1-2-3 Show Me

1-2-3 Show Me. Unit 9- Industrialization. What is a negative consequence of urbanization?. What major economic factor is needed for a successful business?. What is industrialization?. Place these events in the correct order Morse telegraph invented Erie canal opened Colonization

By latika
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The Transportation and Industrial Revolutions

The Transportation and Industrial Revolutions

The Transportation and Industrial Revolutions. c. 1800’s – c. 1840’s. Georgia Standards. SSUSH6 The student will analyze the nature of territorial and population growth and the impact of this growth in the early decades of the new nation.

By didina
(143 views)

Cotton gin

Cotton gin

Cotton gin. Berta Amorós Llonch & Pol Felip Fernández. Cotton gin. A cotton gin is a machine that quickly and easily separates the cotton fibers from the seeds, a job previously done by hand. How did it work ?.

By cooper
(286 views)

Forging the National Economy

Forging the National Economy

Forging the National Economy. Chapter 14 . Westward Movement. Young population of adventurers move out west. Frontier Life Harsh weather conditions Loneliness/Depression Premature Death Disease Ill-Informed Superstitious Individualistic . Western Landscape.

By crevan
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My ABC Book of U.S History

My ABC Book of U.S History

My ABC Book of U.S History. By: Bre’ayah McDonald. A: Abolitionist. A person who strongly favors doing away with slavery. B: Border States. The states between the North and the South that were divided over whether to stay in the Union or join the Confederacy. C: Canal.

By aimee
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My ABC Book of U.S History

My ABC Book of U.S History

My ABC Book of U.S History. By: Bre’ayah McDonald. A: Abolitionist. A person who strongly favors doing away with slavery. B: Border States. The states between the North and the South that were divided over whether to stay in the Union or join the Confederacy. C: Canal.

By linnea
(86 views)

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