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Teaching The First Global Industrial Revolution

The First Global Industrial Revolution

Imagine going back in time around 250 years. You’d probably be living on a farm with everything you would eat being grown by your own family. The clothes you wore would have been made by your mother. Any toys you had would be homemade, along with the tools used on the farm. With no cars, trains or planes, you would hardly ever travel away from your village. There would be no phones or telegraph lines to get messages from other places. Your whole world would be centered around your small village.\n\nUnbeknownst to you, the world’s climate and environment would largely be healthy and thriving. In fact, massive old growth trees were common in every forest, and people claimed they could

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ESSENTIAL QUESTION:

How did the Industrial Revolution change the world?
STANDARDS:
RH.3 - Historical Process, RH.7 - Visual Information

DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE (DOK) LEVELS:

1,2,4
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