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Industrial Revolution

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The time period of the industrial revolution was 1750 to 1914. The industrial revolution occurred in two distinct phases: the first industrial revolution, between 1750 and 1850, and the second industrial revolution, between 1850 and 1914. Furthermore, the industrial revolution originated in Great Britain and spread across the world in…

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Free printable outline/timeline on the results of the Industrial Revolution for high school World History (PDF file). Includes review questions. a. Describe the economic, political, and social changes which resulted from the Industrial Revolution. b. What risks did workers face from the factory system of production? c. How did women benefit from the Industrial Revolution? d. Imagine that you are a government official in a developing nation. What lessons for your country might you take away…

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This AMAZING Industrial Revolution unit includes lesson plans and resources for every day in either middle school or high school classrooms. You'll never stress about planning wiht wonderful activities, projects, and worksheets that help students understand everything they need to know.

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Industrial Revolution. Cotton Gin, Telegraph, Combine, Factory System, Assembly Lines, Railroads, etc. I decided I wanted to do something hands on, because a fact-based unit can get dull in a hurry. I thought it would be really cool to do an assembly line simulation of some sort to teach them about the factory system, mass production and tough working conditions as an opening activity right at the beginning. #CultofPedagogyPin

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