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Editor Subramanyam, C.N.
Source SCERT Andhra Pradesh
Content type Text
Publisher Government of Andhra Pradesh
File Format PDF
Copyright Year ©2012
Language English
Difficulty Level Medium
Subject Domain (in DDC) Social sciences ♦ Political science ♦ History & geography ♦ History of Europe
Subject Keyword Production ♦ Factory ♦ Organisation ♦ Nuclear Energy ♦ Urbanisation ♦ Child Worker ♦ Slums
Table of Contents Chapter 10) Industrial Revolution
  10.1) Increasing control of Traders
  10.2) Beginning of Industrial Revolution 1750-1850 AD
  10.3) James Watt’s Invention
  10.4) Factory System of Production
  10.5) The Experience of a 19th Century Child Worker
  10.6) Inside Early Factories
  10.7) Sources of Energy and Industrial Development
  10.8) Transport Revolution
  10.9) Trade in Industrial Products
  10.10) Urbanisation and slums
Description This is the tenth chapter of the book “Social Studies” for class seven. The chapter is about Industrial Revolution. This chapter explores how machines have come to dominate the way in which products are made and how they impacted the lives of people in societies where they happened.
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range 13 to 17 years
Educational Use Classroom ♦ Reading
Interactivity Type Expositive
Education Level V to VIII
Learning Resource Type Book
Educational Framework Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (APBSE)
Time Required P1W
Pedagogic Objective Why and how Industrial Revolution began? What are the demerits of IR?
Publisher Date 2012
Publisher Place Hyderabad
Size (in Bytes) 252.49 kB
Page Count 8


Source: SCERT Andhra Pradesh