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Industrial Revolution Part 1.ppt

  2. objectives • Define Industrial Revolution and learn it’s significance. • The importance that leads to transforming the modern world. • Identify the inventions during the period.
  3. Are they the same picture? Exercise
  4. 4 1802 First Electric Battery AA Battery Are they the same picture?
  5. 5 Modern Laptop Typewriter Are they the same picture?
  6. 6 Modern Phone Electro-Magnetic Telegraph Are they the same picture?
  7. 7 Gaslighter Modern Lighter Are they the same picture?
  8. What is industrial revolution? "For the first time in history, the living standards of the masses of ordinary people have begun to undergo sustained growth. Nothing remotely like this economic behavior has happened before.“ -Robert E. Lucas, Jr.
  9. Introduction:The start of industrial revolution England, which by 1750 was one of the richest countries in the world and ruled an empire that occupied one- fourth of the planet's territory, saw the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. The textile industry in England, which was battling to create things more quickly and affordably for expanding consumer markets, was where it all began. It has traditionally taken a lot of expertise and time to make fabric by hand for pants, shirts, socks, bedspreads, and other household things.
  10. Introduction:The start of industrial revolution In addition, plagues and other illnesses were very widespread. Machines were therefore introduced to increase productive output. Particularly from Britain came the Industrial Revolution due to the presence of natural resources including coal, iron ore, and developed farmland. Additionally, because of the expanding agricultural system, the population increase was steady.
  11. Cause of industrial revolution Numerous important factors worked together to bring forth the Industrial Revolution. The desire to the improvement of human qualities, to make technical progress the causes of a revolution in industry. However, the three main reasons for the Industrial Revolution are as follows: • Dependency on technology • Impact of education • Protestant Reformation 11
  12. Cause of industrial revolution Other factors that causes Industrial Revolution: • Urbanization extended industrialization as factories were built to take advantage of urban workforces and markets. • Industrialization changed the relationship that existed between cities and their surrounding rural areas. • Agricultural Revolution • Population Growth • Financial Innovations • Enlightenment and the Scientific Revolution • Navigable Rivers and Canals • Coal And Iron Ore • Government Policies 12
  13. 13 Impacts of Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution had both beneficial and bad effects on Great Britain's population, economy, and society. Positively, innovations like the steam engine helped Britain and other countries become more skilled at manufacturing and engineering. Britain was by far the richest country as it started to produce more effectively. As a result, new standards were created to create an industrial economy.
  14. Positive Outcomes/EFFECTS 14 Infrastructure Modern Inventions Class Structure Improvement in education system
  15. •Work Conditions •Child Labor •Rural-Urban Migration •Increase in Population •Pollution 15 Negative impacts of industrial revolution
  16. Industrial Revolution today We are still living through the Industrial Revolution today. Infrastructure, modern medicine, and war machines are all examples of how the Industrial Revolution has had a significant impact. Each new technical development is a result of the Industrial Revolution. One such example of Industrial revolution is the Social Media or Internet. The Internet is bringing a revolution along with it. 16
  17. Conclusion 17
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