This lesson shows how a multitude of factors converged at one time and place, namely Britain in the 1700s, to lead to the birth of the industrial revolution.
In the PowerPoint, the color flowchart develops slide by slide. There are also photos with captions mixed in to illustrate the lesson and capture students’ interest. This also contains a student reading.
I've made the following revisions to this product:
Updated the color scheme of the flowcharts
Updated the PowerPoint format to .pptx
New color scheme for the flowcharts
More pictures and new or expanded picture essays on
• "Canal mania" in Britain and the U.S.
• The hazards of stagecoach travel & the invention of
• The cotton gin and its effects
For accompanying text, go to View then to Notes Page in slide one.
For free views of all the flowcharts, go to www.flowofhistory.com
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