5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What are factors of production?
- What was the impact of the Enclosure movement on villages?
- What was the 3 Field System?
- Factor of Production: Labor
- What was the impact of the Steam Engine, Steam Boat, better roads and locomotives have on the transportation industry?
- a it privatized the land; people put fences around their property and strips of land were replaced with larger fields that were individually owned
- b cheaper transportation, created lots of jobs for railroad workers and miners, boosted agricultural and fishing industries and people traveled more
- c Fields were divided into 3 fields one was FALLOW or left to rest and the other 2 were used for growing grains
- d the resources that are needed to produce goods and services, Land, Labor and Capital
- e Human Resources; large number of available workers
5 Multiple choice questions
- put seeds in rows rather than scatter them all around; was more efficient
- The Powerloom-used water power and help to mechanize the production of cloth.
- Economic Resources; had many rich merchants that were ready to invest money in the new inventions
- Iron was used for farming tools, new factory machinery and railways and the steam engine was powered by coal
- farming was done together and everyone helped one another
5 True/False questions
What was life like before the Industrial Revolution? → life was centered around farming, people were self-sufficient and grew their own food, people never travelled more than 25 miles from home because transportation was SLOW
How did Crop Rotation, the seed drill, and new crops all cause population growth? → some people lost their land and were forced to become poor wage workers
What did James Watt invent? → The Powerloom-used water power and help to mechanize the production of cloth.
What was Crop Rotation? → when the fields were divided into small strips and each farmer owned a certain number of strips and all had to plant and harvest at the same time
What was strip farming? → when the fields were divided into small strips and each farmer owned a certain number of strips and all had to plant and harvest at the same time