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Name: _______________________ Industrial Revolution Agenda Below is the agenda for upcoming world history classes. The chapters and page numbers refer to World History: Modern Times. Homework for a topic will be due in the homework box at the beginning of class. Please indicate your name, your class period, and the topic at the top of your homework. Homework will lose one point each school day it is late. Late homework will not be accepted after the assignment has been graded and returned unless it is completed in my presence during academic time or completed in Saturday School. Subject Read Answer - The Industrial Revolution Chapter 12.1 (p. 363-370) #1, 5-7 on p. 370 Date Due: __________ Subject Read Answer - Date Turned In: __________ The Growth of Industrial Prosperity Chapter 13.1 (p. 397-401) 1. Identify Karl Marx, bourgeoisie, proletariat, dictatorship. 2. How did Marx feel about the conditions in factories? 3. What did Marx believe revolution between the classes would ultimately produce? Date Due: __________ Date Turned In: __________ Subject Read Answer - The Emergence of Mass Society Chapter 13.2 (p. 403-410) Read Only (Nothing to turn in.) Subject Read Answer - Toward the Modern Consciousness Chapter 13.4 (p. 418-423) #5 – 7 on p. 423 Date Due: __________ Date Turned In: __________ -See Other Side- Subject Read Answer - Unification Chapter 12.3 (p. 378-385) 1. Define militarism and Kaiser. 2. Identify Giuseppe Garibaldi and Otto von Bismarck. 3. Locate Alsace and Lorraine and draw a map to show where they are. 4. List the Prussian values and assets that caused the Second German Empire to become the strongest European state. 5. Use a Venn diagram to compare and contrast Bismarck’s and Cavour’s methods for achieving unification in Italy and Germany. Due Date - ___________ Date Turned in - ___________ Homework due dates are posted in class and online on the assignment calendar. Homework agendas are posted online on my world history page.