10.3 Industrial Revolution Review

Download Report

Transcript 10.3 Industrial Revolution Review

10.3 Industrial
Revolution Review
Ms. Ramos
Alta Loma High School
What effect did the
assembly line have on the
cost of goods?
• It made the goods cheaper.
Suppose an artist of the
1800s chose to portray
the harsh lives of slum
dwellers. Which style
would the artist be using?
• realism
Karl Marx disliked
capitalism because he
believed that it
• created prosperity for a few
and poverty for many.
The “Black Country” of
England was known for its
• smoke from coal.
The impact of the ____ on
the growth of industry was
that it provided an efficient
source of power
• steam engine
Social classes became
during the Industrial
• divided
Ancient Greek
philosophers would have
been a likely subject for
what kind of painter?
• classical
European Romantics
tended to view the past as
• gentler time.
In Great Britain, the Factory Act
of 1819 declared it illegal for
children to work more than 12
hours a day. What does the act
suggest about labor conditions
at that time?
• Some children spent more than half
of each day working.
What technology did
James Watt improve?
• Steam engine
A geographic advantage
of England in the
Industrial Revolution was
• Natural harbors, iron, coal,
Factories were first used
in by what industry?
• textiles
What was a major reason
for the population
explosion in Europe
between 1800 and 1900?
• Medical advances and
agricultural revolution
• Review your vocab for
the matching section
• Why was England the first to industrialize? Level
2: List the five reasons and describe three
factors that contributed to England’s lead in
industrialization. Note a level 3 will also: Explain
how each factor helped England industrialize
• Describe two movements from the following list
and explain how each was a response to the
changes brought by the Industrial Revolution.
Movements: Utopianism, Socialism, Social
Democracy, Communism, Romanticism,
Realism, Social Darwinism, and Labor Unions.