Innovation. Think Outside the Box. =Think Inside the Box. Innovation. Objective: Enable you to create ideas, projects, and proposals that truly stand out . Innovation.
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Take A Walk Through History. A glimpse into our past!. An Archaeological Dig. Archaeologists are scientists who study the past by collecting artifacts. An artifact is a clue that people of the past have left behind. . The Land Bridge Theory.
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The Industrial Revolution. 1700 - 1850. 1804 - Trevithick - steam locomotive. 1769 - Watt - steam engine. 1721 - Tull - seed drill. 1785 - Cartwright - power loom. 1764 -Hargreaves - spinning jenny. 1769 -Arkwright -water frame. 1793 - Whitney - cotton gin. 1733 -Kay - flying shuttle.
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Bellringer. 1.) What is happening in the scene above? 2.) What is the artist trying to SAY in this image? (literally, emotionally, symbolically?). The Age of Realism. Why did Realism develop?. Intellectual Ideas of the period: Materialism :
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CHAPTER 11. NATIONAL AND REGIONAL GROWTH. SECTION 1. EARLY INDUSTRY AND INVENTIONS. FACTORIES. WAR OF 1812 FORCED THE U.S. TO MAKE THEIR OWN GOODS STARTED THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION MACHINES REPLACED HAND MADE GOODS FACTORY SYSTEM BROUGHT PEOPLE AND MACHINES TOGETHER UNDER ONE ROOF
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7.2 King Cotton & Life in the South. A. Cotton Gin, Cotton Boom 1. Eli Whitney, a young CT schoolteacher, invented the cotton gin, a machine that removed the seeds out of cotton fiber. 2. The simple cotton gin had an enormous effect on the southern economy.
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WORLDS APART. Causes of Tension between the North and South. Cotton An Important Crop in the South.
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Impact of Inventions. USI 8. The student will demonstrate knowledge of westward expansion and reform in America from 1801 to 1861 by c) describing the impact of inventions, including the cotton gin, the reaper, the steamboat, and the steam locomotive, on life in America.
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Unit 7 : Development of Georgia 1789-1840. Georgia Performance Standards : SS8H5: The student will explain significant factors that affected the development of Georgia as part of the growth of the United States between 1789-1840. The First Five January 8, 2014. Agenda Message:
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