5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What was the cottage industry
- What was farming like before the Industrial Revolution?
- What was Crop Rotation?
- What was the impact of the Enclosure movement on villages?
- What did James Watt invent?
- 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 The steam engine- was able to located factories anywhere because a boiler would heat the water into steam with a fire fueled by coal
- c a piece of land that was planted with different crops in succession so that now Farmers could farm all 4 fields at once instead of leaving one in fallow
- d farming was done together and everyone helped one another
- e home-based production of textile / cloth and other goods
workers received raw materials from merchants, took the raw materials home and did whatever was required to be done and then returned the finished product
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 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
- food production increased, more food means more people also lived longer so death rates were lower
- The Water Frame- large spinning machine driven by water
- Corn and potato
- the replacement of manual labor and hand tools by machines
5 True/False Questions
Why did the Industrial Revolution start in Great Britain? → Britain had all of the necessary factors of production and a stable political and social conditions that supported economic growth
What was the 3 Field System? → put seeds in rows rather than scatter them all around; was more efficient
Factor of Production: Labor → Natural Resources; large supply of coal, iron, and water power; many rivers for inland transportation
How did the Enclosure Movement create workers looking for work? → Iron was used for farming tools, new factory machinery and railways and the steam engine was powered by coal
Factor of Production: Capital → Economic Resources; had many rich merchants that were ready to invest money in the new inventions