Presentation on theme: "Aim: How do we write a DBQ Essay on the Industrial Revolution?"— Presentation transcript:
1 Aim: How do we write a DBQ Essay on the Industrial Revolution?
Do Now:Copy the “how to’s for DBQs”into your notebooks
2 Document Based Questions –10 – 15 pts
How to answer DBQ’sDocument Based Questions –10 – 15 ptsread the questions firstexamine the source (who said it?, where did it come from?)read the documentunderline key ideas/words/informationanswer in full sentences
3 Task #1 Each answer will count as 1 point each for a total of 16 pts
Follow the 5 step process for answering DBQuestionsAnalyze & answer documents 1 – 8 in FULL SENTENCESEach answer will count as 1 point each for a total of 16 pts
4 Document #1Does this testimony describe positive or negative effects of the Industrial Revolution?-This testimony describes the __________ effects of the Industrial RevolutionDescribe the effects of industrialization on children working in the factory.-Industrialization effected children working in the factory by ______________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________
5 Document #2Does this testimony describe positive or negative effects of the Industrial Revolution?-This testimony describes the __________ effects of the Industrial RevolutionWhat effect did the working conditions have on the workers?-The working conditions effected the workers by __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________
6 Documents #3 & 4How does Andrew Ure describe the conditions in factories he visited?-Andrew Ure describes the conditions in the factories as __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________According to the author, were the effects of Industrial Revolution positive or negative? Cite 3 details to support your answer-According to the author, the effects of the Industrial Revolution were _____________ because _______________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________
7 Documents # 5 & 6What benefits were provided to people of this village?-The benefits provided to the village were ____________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________What did Leon Faucher observe when he visited Hyde?-Leon Faucher observed _____________________________________________________when he visited Hyde.
8 Document #7What did Engles observe as he visited an English industrial city?-Engles observed _________________________________ as he visited an English industrial city.Why did Engles focus on the negative results of industrialization?-Engles focused on the negative results of industrialization because ________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________
9 Document #8 Describe British iron production between 1740 – 1900.
-From 1740 – 1900, British iron production ________ ___________________________________________Is this a positive or negative effect of the Industrial Revolution? Explain…-This chart shows the _____________ effects of the Industrial Revolution because ______________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________
10 Aim: How do we write a DBQ Essay on the Industrial Revolution?
Do Now:Copy the “how to’s for DBQ Essay”into your notebooks
11 How to Write a DBQ Essay DBQ Essay – 20 pts
Use the Historical Context to help start your introductiondefine vocabulary words from your essayunderline the documents when mentioned in essaywrite out full names of key peoplecombine like documents into the same paragraphuse outside information (what else can you tell us about the topic)quote phrases or sentences from the documentsuse at least 1 more than half of the documents in your essay (for example, if there are 8 documents, you should use 5 documents in your essay)
12 You have answered documents 1 – 8, now what?
13 Task #2Copy ‘How to write a DBQ essay’ into your notebooksRead the directionsExamine the essay question:Evaluate the positive and negative effects of the Industrial RevolutionWrite your DBQ Essay, be sure to address the question & use at least 5 documents from the packetCreate a T- chart outline to organize your informationCompleted packet & Essay will be collected at the end of the period on Monday
14 Industrial Revolution T-Chart Outline
Positive (-) Effectsof the Industrial RevolutionNegative (-) EffectsDocument # ____ /source:In Document #__,Document # ____/source:As we see in Document #___,According to Document # ___,According to the author in Doc #___,
15 Aim: How can we use the DBQ packet to help write a DBQ Essay?
Do now:Take out your DBQ packet, a blue or black pen & begin writing your DBQ essay.
16 Industrial Revolution DBQ Essay
IntroductionBody Paragraph 1Body Paragraph 2Conclusion-Use the Historical Content-Define Industrial Revolution-The Industrial Revolution had_______ effects on the social & economic lives of the people of England. As we see in Document # ___,According to Document # ___,-Restate the main idea (historical context)-Include your opinion of the Industrial Revolution. Do you think it was positive or negative?-Explain why you feel that way.
17 Use the Historical Context to help you start your introduction
The Industrial Revolution which began in England in the late 1700’s had a wide range of positive and negative effects on the economic and social life of the people of England. These results have been interpreted from a variety of perspectives – the factory workers, the factory owners, the government and others who observed the conditions in industrial cities at the time.
18 Industrial Revolution DBQ Packet
Completed packet & Essay will be collected at the end of the period on MondayDBQ Packet = 16 pointsDBQ Essay = 84 pointsIntroduction = 12 pointsBody Paragraph #1 = 30 pointsBody Paragraph #2 = 30 pointsConclusion = 12 pointsTotal = 100 points
inventions transformed the textile industry. Transportation was alsoreformed with inventions of the steam engine by James Watt(1765),the building of the 1st railroad track (1821-1825), and alocomotive called the Rocket built by George Stephenson and his son(1829).Besides the postive effects, the Industrial Revolution also had negativeeffects. Because of urbanization, many cities, whose infrastructuresystem could not keep up with the rapid population growth, wereovercrowded with people looking for jobs. England's cities lackeddecent housing, sanitary codes, education, and police protection. Manyworkers of the working class lived in small, dirty shelters wheresickness was widespread. With the introduction of steam, factoryconditons became worse. Machines injured workers. Many factoryowners wanted to get the cheapest labor possible. To do this, factoryowners hired workers, mostly women and children because the werethe cheapest labor, so they could work long hours for low wages. Asthe working class saw little improvements in living and workingconditions, the middle class, made up of skilled workers, professionals,factory owners, and other well do to people, saw improvements in theirlives. The middle class was now able to afford things that the wealthyonly had acess to, such as servants.In the 19th century, the Industrial Revolution created a major gapbetween the rich and the poor. Many reformers felt that thegovernment needed to play an active role to improve the standard of living for the poor. Many ideas and philosophies were created as areaction to the Industrial Revolution. An economic system, calledsocialism, grew during the 1800s as a reaction to the IndustrialRevolution. It called for more state influence, equal rights, and an endto inhumanity, which stood strongly opposite to individualism andlaissez-fairepolitics. Laissez-fairephilosophy (capitalism), which wasfirst started by Adam Smith, suggested that owners of industry andbusiness set working conditons without the government intervening.Other social movements, including communism, a form of completesocialism where all means of production would be owned by the peopleleaving a small number of manufacturers to control wealth, which wasproposed by Karl Marx, and utilitarianism, which judged ideas,institutions, and actions based on their utility and beleived governmentactions should promote the greatest good for the greatest number of people, was introduced by Jeremy Bentham but led by John Stuart Mill. The Industrial Revolution, like the French Revolution, left a permanentmark on society. Life in the 18th century changed dramatically causingclasses to shift, wealth to increase, and nations to begin assuming