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Industrial Revolution

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  • Q1
    (Q1) During the 19th century, Europe and the United States experienced massive population growth and increased rural-to-urban migration. These changes can be described as
    Effects of Feudalism
    Causes of the French Revolution
    Effects of Industrialization
    Causes of the Enlightenment
    60s
  • Q2
    (Q2) Which statement correctly describes one impact of the Industrial Revolution?
    The Industrial Revolution caused a decrease in rural-to-urban migration.
    The Industrial Revolution improved living and working conditions for most working-class women and children.
    The Industrial Revolution led to the rise of the organized labor movement.
    The Industrial Revolution failed to take advantage of scientific and technical advances.
    60s
  • Q3
    (Q3) During the 19th-century Industrial Revolution in Europe and the United States, working conditions for women and children
    They were significantly improved because employers gave women and children many more benefits than men.
    It stayed about the same because women's and children's workloads did not increase.
    It became worse because women and children were working in unsafe factories earning low wages
    They were improved because women and children's salaries increased during the period.
    60s
  • Q4
    (Q4) The Industrial Revolution that occurred in 19th century Great Britain directly caused
    A decline in urbanization throughout the world.
    An increase in urban-to-rural migration around the world.
    An increase in industrialization throughout the world.
    A decline in industrialization throughout the world.
    60s
  • Q5
    (Q5) As Europe and America became more industrialized during the 19th century, life on the factory floor changed for many workers. Which statement describes life for a typical worker in a large factory?
    Factory workers often were given simple, repetitive tasks to perform as part of the assembly line process.
    In order to keep workers, factories typically offered their employees high wages and attractive benefit plans.
    As factory production levels increased, often so did workers' wages
    Factory workers typically became high skilled craftsman.
    60s
  • Q6
    (Q6) During the Industrial Revolution, which group most often received the highest wages and had the least dangerous working conditions?
    Skilled Workers
    Children
    Women
    Unskilled Workers
    60s
  • Q7
    (Q7) During the Industrial Revolution in late 19th century Europe, machinery became more automated, which meant fewer workers were needed. As a result,
    emigration from the United States to Europe increased.
    emigration from Europe to the United States increased.
    most European countries experienced large-scale urban to rural migration.
    most European countries developed a command economy.
    60s
  • Q8

    (Q8) Which effect of industrialization is shown in the image?

    Question Image

    Increased environmental pollution

    The growth of railroads

    Increased emigration from Europe to the United States

    Increased child labor

    60s
  • Q9

    (Not on the Review Sheet) What would you be producing if you ran a textile business/company?

    Clothing

    Food

    Farming Equipment

    Waste Management

    60s
  • Q10

    (Q9) The Industrial Revolution began in the late 18th century due to scientific and technological advances in the textile industry.

    Which of the following is an effect of these technological advances?

    Farmers could fire employees without cause due to a surplus in the labor force. 

    Clothes were produced much more quickly and efficiently.

    Automobiles were able to drive long distances in a short amount of time.

    Food products could now be shipped across the continent and avoid being spoiled when they arrived at their destination.

    60s
  • Q11

    (Q9) The Industrial Revolution began in the late 18th century due to scientific and technological advances in the textile industry.

    Which of the following is an effect of these technological advances?

    Owners could make enormous profits from the textile factories.
    Women could find work again on farms now that men were needed in factories.

    Banking industries could distribute high-interest loans. 

    Low-income families recovered financially, and children were now able to attend school. 

    60s
  • Q12

    (Q9) The Industrial Revolution began in the late 18th century due to scientific and technological advances in the textile industry.

    Which of the following is an effect of these technological advances?

    The profits from textile buisnesses helped charities find homes for orphaned children across Europe. 
    Mexican industries began to move to Europe in search of new markets for their goods.
    Higher profits encouraged more people to start textile businesses.
    Farming became less important in society. 
    60s
  • Q13

    (Q10) Describe the impact of the technological development of Steel during the Second Industrial Revolution.

    Factories began producing products faster.
    Steel production led to the growth of Railroads, Skyscrapers, and Bridges.
    Sanitation was improved in cities.

    Textile factories would transform their buisnesses to create steel for industrial use.

    60s
  • Q14

    (#10)Describe the impact of the technological development of ELECTRICITY during the Second Industrial Revolution.

    Electricity became the leading industry.
    Electricity allowed factories to operate at night and street lights made cities safer
    Electricity allowed for cell phone usage.
    Electricity made peoples hair stand up when visiting the science center.
    60s
  • Q15

    (#10) Describe the impact of the technological development of the Telephone during the Second Industrial Revolution.

    Telephones could get people to be more active in decision-making.
    It made it easier to date cute girls.
    The telephone increased communication for individuals and businesses.
    Telephones encouraged trade.
    60s

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