Industrial Revolution

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3.1 Industrial Revolution (in One Take)
Hargreaves, Arkwright and Brunel lead the list of prominent pioneers in our highly engaging overview.
Activity Sheet 1: Chronology and Anaylsis
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Activity Sheet 3: Analysis and Evaluation
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3.2 Did everyone benefit from the Industrial Revolution?
We meet the industrialists, middle and working classes to consider whether everyone benefited from Britain's prosperity.
Activity Sheet 1: Chronology and Anaylsis
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Activity Sheet 3: Critical Thinking
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3.3 Why did Britain allow the horrors of the slave trade to carry on for so long?
Wilberforce, Clarkson, Equiano and Louverture all stake their claim for bringing about the abolition of slavery.
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3.4 Why did so many people risk their lives to protest a this time?
From the Luddites to the Suffragettes, we meet the protesters who made their voices heard in dangerous times.
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3.5 How was the small island of Britain able to gain such a massive empire?
We explore the rise of the British Empire and consider which factors help us understand how it was able to grow so quickly.
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