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Chapter 12: Industrialization

Unit 3: An Era of European Imperialism, 1800-1914

Chapter 12: Industrialization and Nationalism

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Academic Expectations: Historical Perspective (2.20)

Program of Studies:  SS-H-HP-S-1 (Part B) Specific Below

History Channel: Video Clips of the Industrial Revolution

Thoughtful Ed. Activities:  Vocabulary Notebook, Web Notes, Give One Get One, Memory Box


 Students will:

SS-H-HP-U-1:  History is an account of human activities that is interpretive in nature, and a variety of tools (e.g., primary and secondary sources, data, artifacts) are needed to analyze historical events.


SS-H-HP-U-2:   History is a series of connected events shaped by multiple cause-effect relationships, tying past to present.


SS-H-HP-U-WC1:   Students will understand that: world civilizations (e.g., African, Asian, European, Latin American, Middle Eastern) can be analyzed by examining significant eras (Renaissance, Reformation, Age of Exploration, Age of Revolution, Nationalism and Imperialism, Technological Age, 21st Century) to develop chronological understanding and recognize cause-effect relationships and multiple causation.


Learning Targets (I Can’s)


  • I can describe the Industrial Revolution.
  • I can define entrepreneurs.
  • I can define cottage industry.
  • I can define puddling.
  • I can describe the social impact of the Industrial Revolution.
  • I can define industrial capitalism.
  • I can explain socialism.  VISUALIZING VOCABULARY


  • I can define conservatism.
  • I can define liberalism.
  • I can define universal male suffrage.  VOCABULARY NOTEBOOK


  • I can describe the Concert of Europe.
  • I can describe the German Unification.
  • I can define militarism.
  • I can define plebiscite.
  • I can explain Nationalism in the United States.  HOOKS AND BRIDGES


  • I can define romanticism.
  • I can describe Charles Darwin.
  • I can define natural selection
  • I can define organic evolution.
  • I can describe realism  MASTERY REVIEW