The Crowd- India

“Population 7 Billion – Photo Gallery – National Geographic Magazine.”Population 7 Billion – Photo Gallery – National Geographic Magazine. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Sept. 2014. <http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2011/01/seven-billion/olson-photography>.

The picture shows how city’s in india is getting too crowed. India is a really tough place to live and due to the noise and a over crowed country india has a lot of stress. India get polluted everyday by factories and people that throw trash.

My take away from this picture is when country like India is overloaded with people it make people stressed, less jobs, pollution and many more.

This is important because most city’s like this is not controlled in many ways.


Urbanization and evolution of cities across 10,000 years

YouTube. YouTube, n.d. Web. 26 Sept. 2014.

 

This video takes about humans and how humans hunted for food and gathered into a tribe and moved on with life. Humans were living in places like small villages and then when the soil of the land dried they move to different places.

My take away from this video is how the people urbanised to different areas in the world and how they lived.

This is important because the people back then made an impact in how we live.


Basics of Geography: Climate

http://www.watchknowlearn.org/Video.aspx?VideoID=3551&CategoryID=2671

This video talks about what makes up geography like the people and how they lived, land and water. Also the climate is a weather pattern in a part of the world over a long period of time.

This video gave me a better understanding of climate change of the world and better understanding of my city climate.

It is important because it gives detailed information.


Coal, Steam, and The Industrial Revolution: Crash Course World History #32

YouTube. YouTube, n.d. Web. 26 Sept. 2014.

This video talks about the history of the industrial revolution and how the industrial revolution made the items that we use daily. It also talks about how the industrial revolution made a more important in the history of other revolutions during the industrial revolution.

The video shows what the industrial revolution made now, for example driving a car.

Its important because without the industrial revolution we would be in bad conditions.


Geography Themes

“BrainPOP | Social Studies.” BrainPOP | Social Studies. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Sept. 2014.

This video talks about the longitude and latitude and the element of the industrial revolution which is the Location, Environment, Region, Place and Movement.

My takeaway from this is the 5 elements of the industrial revolution and how it works. I also learn how the city’s work and make the city larger in order to keep the people.

It is all important for people to have all these elements for there life thats how life is.


Facts for Now

“Facts for Now.” Facts for Now. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Sept. 2014.

Families moved to the cities to find and cities grow dramatically as a result. workers was expected to work together and at specific times. The problems was that the people worked in bad condition and up to 16 hours a day. The workers were not paid very much and lived in really bad conditions. Children as young as 6 worked at factories.

The things i learned is the general of the industrial revolution, like the children, living conditions and amount of money for workers.

This reason why the information is really good because it gives detail of the subject and gives you a good understanding.


A history of urbanisation in Britain

BBC News. BBC, n.d. Web. 23 Sept. 2014.

 

This article talks about how Britain expands and the population that lives in urban area. It also talks about how Britain lead to city climate change, growth and etc… It talks about how Britain got took over by urbanisation and how the population in the cites in Britain grew..

 

My takeaway from this was within 150 years Britain was transformed from a farmers to urban factor workers and Britain grew 5 time its normal size. I also have learned how they migrate around the UK because of the industrial revolution.

 

This matters because the if the UK wouldn’t have start the industrial revolution we would be going to school we would be working in factories.

 

 

 


Brain Pop Industrial Revolution

“BrainPOP – Animated Educational Site for Kids – Science, Social Studies, English, Math, Arts.” BrainPOP – Animated Educational Site for Kids – Science, Social Studies, English, Math, Arts. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Sept. 2014.

 

This Video talks about the industrial revolution. The industrial revolution had 2, the first industrial revolution stared in the in the mid 17 hundreds up to the 1850, it stared in England with three big inventions the first one was the steam engine, second the powered loom and the last one was the furnace to make steal. They use coal to power all of these machines. People left there farm job and went to the city’s to work in factory’s. The second industrial revolution started in the late 18 hundreds it was lead by the US. The was a big advance in transportation and communication with the rail road, telephone, telegraph and the steam ship. A different advance sources was eccentricity that lead to subways, light bulb, trolly and the radio. The US Invented oil wells which made the third advance which is the automobile. By the time when the 19th century the US and Europe changed from faming societies to industrial societies. Then there was a new class of society, the middle class. But in the factories, children were forced to work and very little paid. The bad thing was making the children work in the pollution.

 

What i learned in this article was that there was two industrial revelation and the difference between the two like changes in that period of time.

 

This all matters because, the industrial revolution made us have all this what we have now, of course a bid of bad things like pollution but still most of it made us see all this advanced life.

 


Effects of the Industrial Revolution

 “Modern World History.” Untitled Document. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Sept. 2014.                                  

This Article talks about the negative side of the working conditions in the old days. It also talks about the living conditions, what kind of places people lived back then. The article includes the urbanisation of people and child labor, children which are forced to work and get a little amount of money. 

This article thought me the impact what people have back in the old days which is forced labor and children getting a low amount of money. I learned in what type of conditions which is really bad, like for example 30 people living in one room.

Everything here is really important, this all maters because it shows how people in the old day lived and worked.

 

 


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