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Viewing Guide: Engineering an Empire (Episode 09 - Britain: Blood and Steel)

Viewing Guide: Engineering an Empire (Episode 09 - Britain: Blood and Steel)
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This is a great documentary series for World History that helps enrich students learning of the topic. These questions simply serve as a guide to ensure that students are paying attention to the information that is being presented. (30 questions & Answer Key Included)

This episode is currently available via YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJI4H4fnALM

EPISODE SUMMARY:
"The sun never sets on the British Empire" - for years, these words of pride and optimism were used to describe the largest empire in history: Britain. At its pinnacle, the empire spanned every continent and covered one quarter of the Earth's land mass.

Through the centuries, the rulers of this enormous powerhouse used extraordinary engineering feats to become an industrial and military titan, loaded with riches.

Some of their many pioneering accomplishments include the world's first locomotive, a superhighway of underground sewers, the imposing and grand Westminster Palace, and the most powerful and technically advanced navy in the age of sail.

As scandal, violence and drama consumed British royalty at home, the empire surged ahead with these works of engineering innovation that paved the way for the modern world.
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4 pages
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Included
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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