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Teaching Data tables illustrating the spread of industrialization

Data tables illustrating the spread of industrialization

These tables include data that helps illustrate the monumental changes that took place in Europe and around the world during the Industrial Revolution. A brief note following each table helps explain how to read the table. As you examine the tables, notice trends in the data, and draw conclusions using what you already know about this time period.

Paul Halsall, August 1997, Fordham University
fordham.edu

ESSENTIAL QUESTION:

What can you conclude about how the Industrial Revolution by analyzing data?
STANDARDS:
RH.3 - Historical Process, RH.7 - Visual Information

DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE (DOK) LEVELS:

2,3,4
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