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First Semester, Unit VI


The Industrial Revolution; Reaction, Revolution, and Romanticism;
and the Age of Nationalism

Enduring Understandings
Vocabulary to
Identify:
1. Ch 20
2. Industrial
Revolution
3. Agricultural
revolution
4. Cotton industry
5. Canals
6. Capital
7. Richard
Arkwright
8. James
Hargreaves
9. Samuel
Crompton
10. Hand-loom
weavers
11. The cottage
system
12. Coal and coke
13. James Watt
14. Henry Cort
15. Pig iron,
wrought iron
16. Richard
Trevithick
17. George
Stephenson
18. Factory
19. Factory
discipline
20. The Crystal
Palace
21. Tariffs
22. Joint-stock
companies
23. Industrial
factory
24. Preindustrial
workers
25. The American
system
26. Steamboats
27. Ireland (Potato)
28. Great Famine
29. Suburbs

30. Poor Law


Commission
31. Edwin Chadwick
32. Cholera
33. Bourgeoisie
34. New elites
35. Working class
36. Domestic
servants
37. Trade unions
38. Robert Owen
39. Luddites
40. Chartism
41. Workhouse
Ch 21
1. Congress of
Vienna
2. Metternich
3. Principle of
legitimacy
4. Balance of
power
5. Edmund Burke
6. Conservatism
7. Maistre
8. Concert of
Europe
9. Principle of
-intervention
10. Monroe Doctrine
11. Greek Revolt
12. Tories & Whigs
13. Corn Laws
14. Ultraroyalists
15. Ministerial
-responsibility
16. Charles X
17. Carbonari
18. Germanic
Confederation
19. Decebrists
Revolt
20. Tsar Nicholas I
21. Liberalism
22. Malthus
23. David Ricardo
24. Jonh Stuart Mill

25. On the
Subjection of
Women
26. Utopian
socialism
27. Charles Fourier
28. Louis Blanc &
Flora Tristan
29. Revolutions of
1848
30. French 2nd
Republic
31. Kossuth
32. Romanticism
33. Individualism
34. Grimm Brothers
& Hans Christian
Anderson
35. Pantheism
36. Sir Walter Scott
37. Mary Shelley
38. Wordsworth,
Byron
39. Friedrich,
Turner,
Delacroix
40. Beethoven &
Berlioz
Ch 22
1. Napoleon III
2. Haussman
3. Emperor
Maximilian
4. Crimean War
5. Ottoman Empire
6. Florence
Nightingale
7. Piedmont
8. Camillo di
Cavour
9. Giuseppe
Gaibaldi
10. Bismarck
11. Iron and blood
12. Austro-Prussian
War
13. North German
Confederation

14. Franco-Prussian
War
15. Dual monarchy
16. Alexander II
17. Zemstvos
18. Mir
19. The Peoples
Will
20. Queen Victoria
21. KansasNebraska Act

22. Emancipation
Proclamation
23. The Communist
Manifesto
24. Bourgoisie v.
Proletariat
25. Das Kapital
26. Materialism
27. Pasteur
28. Mendeleyev
29. Faraday

30. Darwin
31. Lister
32. Blackwell
33. Comte
34. Realism
35. Flauberts
36. Dickens
37. Courbets
38. Liszt
39. Wagner

Essential Questions:
Ch 20:
1. What conditions and developments coalesced in Great Britain to
bring about the first Industrial Revolution?
2. What were the basic features of the new industrial system
created by the Industrial Revolution
3. How did the Industrial revolution spread from Great Britain to the
continent and the United States, and how did industrialization in
those areas differ from British industrialization
4. What effects did the Industrial Revolution have on urban life,
social classes, family life, and standards of living?
5. What were working conditions like in the early decades of the
Industrial Revolution, and what efforts were made to improve
them?
6. What was the role of government in the industrial development
of the Western world?
Ch 21:
1. What were the goals of the Congress of Vienna and the Concert
of Europe, and how successful were they in achieving those
goals?
2. What were the main tenets of conservatism, liberalism,
nationalism, and utopian socialism, and what role did each
ideology play in Europe int eh first half of the 19th century?
3. What were the causes of the revolutions of 1848, and why did
the revolutions fail?
4. How did Europe respond to the need for order in society in the
first half of the 19th century?
5. What were the characteristics of Romanticism, and how where
they reflected in literature, art, and music?
Ch 22:
1. What were the characteristics of Napoleon IIIs government, and
how did his foreign policy contribute to the unification of Italy
and Germany?
2. What actions did Cavour and Bismark take to bring about
unification in Italy and Germany, and what role did war play in
their efforts?

3. What efforts for reform occurred in the Austrian Empire, Russia,


and Great Britain between 1850 and 1870, and how successful
were they in alleviating each nations problems?
4. What were the main ideas of Karl Marx
5. How did the belief that the world should be viewed realistically
manifest itself in science, art, and literature in the second half of
the 19th century?
6. What was the relationship between nationalism and reform
between 1850 and 1871?
HUB DATES 1715, 1776, 1789, 1815

Reading Calendar:
Date
Content
12/17
Unit 5 Test

1/4

Discuss Industrial
Revolution

1/5-1/6

The Conservative
Order, Ideologies of
Change

1/7-1/8

Revolution and
Reform

1/11

Age of Reaction and


Revolution: The
Mood of

Activities
1. 6 steps
2. Crash course
Industrial Rev.

1. Lecture: on
Industrial Rev
2. Discuss
changes
1. Congress of
Vienna Ding
Dong,
Napoleons
Gone
2. New -Isms
1. Brain Map
Revolutions
and Reforms p.
609
2. Doc Analysis
3. New Police
Forces:
Synthesis??
1. Romanticism
slideshow
2. Napoleon III

HW
Read all of
Chapter 20,
complete all
reading guide
for chapter 20.
Watch videos
posted on Unit 6
Webpages.
Read p. 589-602

Read p. 602-613

Read p. 613-625

Read p. 625-638

1/121/13

Romanticism
Ideologies of
Change, Revolution
and Reform

1/141/15

Emergence of an
Ordered Society,
Culture/Romanticis
m

1/19
1/2122

Test
FINAL* The writing
portion of this test
will not appear on
the 1st Semester
Grades

1. Discuss
unification of
Italy and
Germany
2. Comparison
Practice:
Cavour v.
Bismarck
1. Marxism
presentation
2. New Age of
Science
3. Realism
Slideshow
Unit 6 Test MC only
Cumulative writing
portion of test will
include:
2, 3-part SAQs (25
minutes)
1 DBQ & 1 LEQ (15
min prep and 75
minutes of writing
time).

Read p. 638-649

Finish Reading
Guide

Read p. 652660.