5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What new crops were grown?
- What was the seed drill?
- What was the industrial Revolution?
- What was farming like before the Industrial Revolution?
- How did Crop Rotation, the seed drill, and new crops all cause population growth?
- a food production increased, more food means more people also lived longer so death rates were lower
- b the replacement of manual labor and hand tools by machines
- c Corn and potato
- d put seeds in rows rather than scatter them all around; was more efficient
- e farming was done together and everyone helped one another
5 Multiple choice questions
- Britain had all of the necessary factors of production and a stable political and social conditions that supported economic growth
- 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
- 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
- Led to the rise of factories because the new machines were too big for homes so the cottage industry came to an end; factories were located by water for power, factories attracted poor unskilled labors
- cheaper transportation, created lots of jobs for railroad workers and miners, boosted agricultural and fishing industries and people traveled more
5 True/False questions
Factor of Production: Capital → Human Resources; large number of available workers
What was the 3 Field System? → Fields were divided into 3 fields one was FALLOW or left to rest and the other 2 were used for growing grains
What was the impact of the Enclosure movement on villages? → the replacement of manual labor and hand tools by machines
What did Richard Arkwright invent? → The Water Frame- large spinning machine driven by water
What was the cottage industry → Fields were divided into 3 fields one was FALLOW or left to rest and the other 2 were used for growing grains