This is a PowerPoint for the Industrial Revolution unit. It is lesson number three. Learning Objectives Identify at least 5 territories of the British Empire describe the main resources that came into Britain explain the benefits of having a strong empire . Included: 1 PPT with 10 slides 1 Word Document with 4 pages for map summary and activity . . . Australian Curriculum - Stage 5 - Depth Study 1: Making A Better World? - Topic 1a: The Industrial Revolution (1750–1914) Syllabus dot points covered The technological innovations that led to the Industrial Revolution, and other conditions that influenced the industrialisation of Britain (the agricultural revolution, access to raw materials, wealthy middle class, cheap labour, transport system and expanding empire) and of Australia(ACDSEH017) -outline the main reasons why the Industrial Revolution began in Britain -locate the growth and extent of the British Empire from 1750 to 1900 -identify the raw materials Britain obtained from its empire, eg sugar from Jamaica, wool from Australia, and cotton and tea from India . Historical skills covered HT5-1–> explains and assesses the historical forces and factors that shaped the modern world and Australia HT5-9 --> applies a range of relevant historical terms and concepts when communicating an understanding of the past . . . If you have any questions about this product or using this product, we are continuously seeking to improve the quality of our materials. Every effort has been made to make this unit error-free. Should you find any errors, please contact us via email at email@example.com and we will ensure that you receive a corrected copy. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. . . . Keywords: Industrial Revolution, history, Stage 5, Australian Curriculum, Year 9, Year 10, agriculture, transport, materials, sugar, growth, British Empire, Britain, map, strong, labour, manpower, groupwork, activity.
Focus on transport, with activities such as graph making, dress the Navvy, watching a music video about Navvies and includes a section for independent learners
Pre-test to gauge student knowledge about the Industrial Revolution.
This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for upper elementary to proficient ESL learners or native English speakers. The text explores the history of the Industrial Revolution in the early 17th century in Britain and the effects of industrialization on the living conditions for the upper and lower working class. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: a match the headings exercise, comprehension questions, True or False exercises and a definitions match exercise. The vocabulary used in the text is rather advanced and can also be used for IGSCE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes. The handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. A full answer key is included.
A bundle of lessons all linked to the Industrial Revolution All lessons come with differentiated outcomes, most videos and songs are embedded into the P. P. Presentations with a wide ranging selection of activities / video / music and resources which will appeal to pupils of all abilities. A fantastic opportunity to help you develop your own SOW on this course. Please visit my shop for more History lessons / bundles: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/morlem
Over 30 primary sources covering a range of topics related to the Industrial Revolution, including: - Railways - Mines - Cotton Mills - Census data transcribed for you! - Pit disasters - Maps showing industrialization - Towns and development of leisure time and social life - Photographs, newspaper excerpts, board of health reports, cartoons... Many of these sources also have source activities, questions, differentiation and/or support included with them. Most of these sources are unusual and have been gathered personally through use of local archives, specific use of the internet and hours of research. Although many of these sources are directly related to Crewe and Wigan, they will support students of all ages and from any location as they represent so many of the common themes from the Industrial Revolution. NOT SURE OF THE QUALITY? See my top resource here, which is FREE and has over 36,000 downloads, with a 5-star rating! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/treaty-of-versailles-you-decide-6075074 For more, see all my resources here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/tom_leather
This product is designed to provide quick, concise feedback to teachers about the Industrial Revolution. This Industrial Revolution Quick Quiz is a ten question quiz with 5 multiple choice and 5 matching questions (with word bank) over the Industrial Revolution. Quick Quizzes are meant to provide teachers with a quick assessment tool over a subject or unit. The quizzes are all one page documents that should be completed in a few minutes by students over material that they have learned in class. Quick Quizzes can also be used as an opening activity to assess student knowledge on a topic. An answer key is also included for teacher use. This resource is a Microsoft Word/PDF version of the product. If you are interested in other quick quizzes or education resources, please check out my Shop: Project Education.
This crossword puzzle on the industrial revolution is a fun vocabulary review for students and contains the following: 1. Blank Version without word bank 2. Blank Version with word bank 3. Answer Key Vocabulary Words: ♦ Capitalism ♦ Coal ♦ Corporation ♦ Entrepreneur ♦ Factory ♦ Industrial Revolution ♦ Labor Unions ♦ Mass Production ♦ Sole Proprietorship ♦ Steam Engine ♦ Textile ♦ Union
These outstanding resources on Britain’s Industrial Revolution cover the period 1750 - 1900. They have been produced by experienced teachers and finel tuned in the classroom. They have been bundled together in order to provide you with not only exceptional value but to draw together all our resources on this topic to a viable scheme of work. If you would like to know more about each resource the please click on them. You can of course also purchase them separately, bit you would miss out on a significant discount!
This 4 page packet allows students to read multiple primary source excerpts/examine pictures on the working conditions during the Industrial Revolution in England. Students will read excerpts and will gather evidence on how the Industrial Revolution affected the lives/working conditions of adults and children. This is a short (35-40 minute) activity that is a great supplement/homework to a lecture on the Industrial Revolution. COMMON CORE ACTIVITY
The purpose of this lesson is to introduce students the causes and consequences of the Industrial Revolution. Starter activity is quiz quiz trade (explained in the PP) to introduce students to the main causes of the revolution. There is an opportunity to watch an introductory video the the revolution before starting the main task. Main task: students conduct a museum walk around the classroom / corridor categorizing the main causes and consequences of the revolution (Transport / agriculture / population / factories & industry / education). Students then answer a GCSE exam style question before completing peer assessment sheets for the answers(provided).
The lesson focuses upon a series of student led tasks to assess and judge the worst aspect of factory conditions. Lesson begins with intention and outcomes linked with the first recorded video footage from 1895 of factory workers to hook students in. Students starter task sees them working in pairs through a ‘write - round - robin’ task where they will write the alphabet down the side of their book and pass between themselves to write as many adjectives as they can about factories in a set amount of time. Teacher will show image on the interactive white board. Prize to winning team who complete as many words as possible. Students are then to watch a video (embedded) on life in a Victorian Factory - they are tasked with bullet pointing as many negative aspects of work life as they can. students then engage with a PICTIONARY style activity to embed the identified negative aspects (all explained within the PP description). Students then either use their own ideas or the card sort provided to rank order factory conditions from worst to least to form an over all judgment as a group but then also individually. Students must justify their opinion as a plenary. All music sounds and video are embedded into the PP.
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The ultimate set of resources for the Industrial Revolution. This lesson is very easy to teach. You just need to follow the instruction on power point presentation. Every ppt slide has clear instructions about the lesson. In this set of resources you can find: a well prepared power point presentation with many class activities, hand outs and worksheets. P.S. I welcome any feedback so I can continue to improve as an author of history resources. Please come back and write what you think about my resources
A power point presentation with two different worksheets about the rules of the first appeared Factory system during the Industrial Revolution and about the working conditions of the children working in the factories. Lesson plan and sources are included. Useful pieces of Information can also be acquired from the ppt presentation.
This excellent resource looks at the history of coal mining in Britain during the 18th and 19th centuries. It focuses on several themes including the problems that the miners faced, the solutions that they came up with and the impact of the steam engine on revolutionising the coal industry. The aims and objectives are: Theme: How did the steam engine revolutionise industry? Know: What changes took place in the coal mining industry 1750 - 1850? Understand: How the new methods increased coal production? Evaluate: How did the steam engine revolutionise mining production? Skills: Cause, Consequence, Significance, Evaluation and Judgement. What Am I Looking For this lesson? L3 Identify = the changes that took place in the coal mining industry. L4 Describe = the changes that took place in the coal mining industry. L5 Explain = how the new machinery and steam engines improved coal production? L6 Analyse = form a judgement how far the steam engine revolutionized coal production? The worksheet is divided up into two lessons and includes differentiated activities designed to suit the needs of lower and middle ability students. Have fun and if you want to pay a little more you could purchase my PowerPoint and card sort that could be used to accompany this lesson. These contain additional activities and award winning oral history interviews with coal miners in Doncaster. Kind Regards Roy
This outstanding lesson been designed to help students studying the changes to the Textile Industry 1750 - 1900 . It can be used with the full spectrum of ability as a starter, plenary or main activity and will work along side any main stream resource on this topic. I would also recommend purchasing my worksheet or PowerPoint on this topic to accompany this resource or using the text book Heinemann History: Britain 1750 - 1900. When you purchase this resource you will be able to download an editable Microsoft Word document which includes a learning objective, instructions, questions, activities and fourteen key changes or inventions that need to be sorted into their correct chronological order. Once students have sorted the cards, thay can extend their understanding further by answering four key questions that get them to review the changes highlighted in their timeline. These focus on which invention was the most important, why cotton became more important than wool and how the new machines changed peoples lives. For further information, you can zoom in on the preview. The aims and objectives for this lesson are: Theme: Why did Britain have an industrial revolution 1750 - 1900? Know: Why did Britain's textile industry change 1750 - 1900? Understand: How did each new machine contribute to the changes in the textile industry? Evaluate: What impact did these new machines have on peoples lives? WILF: What Am I Looking For? Identify and describe: Why did Britain's textile industry change 1750 - 1900? Explain: How did each new machine contribute to the changes taking place in the textile industry? Analyse: What impact did these new machines have on peoples lives? If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. You can also follow 'The History Academy' on Twitter, Google Plus, YouTube and Facebook for the latest updates or even to get in touch and chat about how you have used this resource or to ask questions. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more time doing the things that you want. Kind Regards Roy
A starter activity, a video link and then a table for showing the impact of the industrial revolution on society and then sport.
Documents about the Industrial Revolution in Great Britain. Doc 1) European demand for cotton, 2a) Domestic System of making cloth, 2b) factory system of making cloth, 3) change in using wood to coal in Great Britain, 4) steam engine diagrams, 5) map of Britain's iron, coal, and cities, 6) Britain's geographic advantages, 7) Agricultural Revolution, 8) Enclosure Movement, Doc 9) maps of population and demographic change in Britain, 10) impacts of coal, 11) Mine accident in 1817, 12) Engels on urban slums, 13) excerpts of child labor from Sadler Report, 14) factory legislation
Industrial Revolution Cootie Catchers: are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the Industrial Revolution. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included. These cootie catchers contain the following vocabulary terms: Industrial Revolution, Mass production, Steam engine, Capitalism, Corporation, Sole proprietorship, Labor unions, Entrepreneur These cootie catchers come in color and black & white, and also come with a version where students can add their own definitions. All of this totals 4 usable pages which has students identifying vocabulary terms (with pictures) based from the definition. ***** Do a search for my other Cootie Catchers in the folllowing topics: ***** United States History: ♦ 13 Colonies ♦ American Heroes ♦ American Revolution ♦ American Symbols ♦ Benjamin Franklin ♦ Bill of Rights ♦ Black History Month ♦ Boston Tea Party ♦ Branches of Government ♦ Christopher Columbus ♦ Civil Rights ♦ Civil War ♦ Cold War ♦ Columbian Exchange ♦ Constitution ♦ Declaration of Independence ♦ Dust Bowl ♦ Economics ♦ First Thanksgiving ♦ French and Indian War ♦ Gilded Age ♦ Great Depression ♦ Immigration ♦ Industrial Revolution ♦ Inventors ♦ Jamestown ♦ Lewis and Clark ♦ Lost Colony of Roanoke ♦ Louisiana Purchase ♦ Loyalists or Patriots ♦ Martin Luther King ♦ Native Americans ♦ Oregon Trail ♦ Pilgrims ♦ Progressive Era ♦ Reconstruction ♦ Spanish American War ♦ Texas Revolution ♦ Underground Railroad ♦ War of 1812 ♦ Westward Expansion ♦ World War I ♦ World War II World History: ♦ Absolute Monarchs ♦ European Explorers ♦ Famous Explorers ♦ French Revolution ♦ Holocaust ♦ Middle Ages ♦ Renaissance ♦ Crusades ♦ Titanic ♦ World War I ♦ World War II Ancient History: ♦ China ♦ Egypt ♦ Greece ♦ India ♦ Rome ♦ Incas ♦ Aztecs ♦ Maya's ♦ Mesopotamia ♦ Vikings