Industrial Revolution Activity - Typepad

Industrial Revolution Activity - Typepad

Industrial Revolution Activity TODAY YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION ON A CITY. WHAT DO YOU NOTICE ABOUT THE PICTURES BELOW. What you need Poster paper Markers or Color pencils

Directions Each slide will contain a statement and directions for what you need to draw on your paper. You will have a time limit for each slide (6 minutes each). After the time limit is reached the next slide will appear with more items for you to draw. Be creative when drawing.

The Industrial Revolution has begun in England in the mid 1700s. Businessmen speculate that Birmingham is the perfect city to build factories. It has a river that runs through the town and roads perfect for Directions: transporting goods.

1. title your paper Industrial Revolution City Depiction 2. draw a river that flows the length of your paper east/west 3. draw 2 roads that go the length of you paper. 1 east to west and 1 north to south 4. draw a bridge over your river where the road crosses it 5. draw a Welcome to Birmingham sign along one of your roads Three lumber factories have been built along the river. Now that the factories

have been built people have started moving to the city to get factory jobs. Apartment buildings have been built Directions: close to the factories house the new workers.1. Draw 3 factories along the river 2. Draw 2 apartment buildings beside the river The city is growing at an alarming rate.

More factories and housing are being built. Pollution and trash are starting to build up due to the factories and excess amount of people. The city is not Directions: prepared for its growth. 1. Draw 2 more factories along the river 2. Draw 2 more apartment buildings beside the river 3. Draw pollution in the water near the factories and trash

cans overflowing near the apartment buildings. A coal deposit has been found near the north east corner of the city. This has increased factory production and more child labor is needed. Directions: 1. Draw coal mine in the north east corner of your paper. 2. Draw 3 children walking into each factory. With the city not having sanitation

codes, housing codes, and proper planning people were getting sick. Factories had unsafe working conditions Directions: and many workers were injured on the 1. Draw a small hospital. job. 2. Draw sick people standing outside the hospital, draw injured people outside the hospital.

Negative Effects= Pollution, crowded cities with no sanitation or trash removal, unsafe working conditions, child labor, housing shortages. Directions: 1. Choose 2 of the above negative effects and draw them on your paper. Positive Effects= New jobs, new technology, growth of middle class,

increased agriculture, cheap and efficient transportation. Directions: 1. Choose 2 of the above positive effects and draw them on your paper. LAST QUESTION: What are the effects of the industrial revolution on a city? Give examples. (minimum 5 sentences)

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