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ANTIQUITY

  • The Antiquity is also known as the Ancient Era
    • It started about 3000 BC and lasted approximately to the mid 400 CE
  • Watch these the three videos (all by: National Geographic) below and learn about the important civilizations the Ancient Era

ANCIENT EGYPT 101:

ANCIENT ROME 101: 

ANCIENT GREECE 101:



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QUICKLY ABOUT INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION IN GENERAL

  • Industrial revolution marks the period of development that transformed rural societies into industrialized, urban ones
  • Goods that had been previously crafted by hand started to be produced in mass quantities by machines in factories 
  • Steam power was the "game-changing" invention that started the Industrial Revolution from Britain

SECOND PERIOD OF INDUSTRIALIZATION

  • From the late 19th to early 20th century cities began to grow 
  • Rapid advances such as creation of steel, chemicals and electricity helped to mass produce consumer goods and weapons 
  • People started to move around with trains, cars and bicycles 
  • News spread via papers, radio and telegraph 
  • Industrial growth created wealthy entrepreneurs and comfortable middle class supported by workers who were mainly immigrants 

By Simple History

What do you think was the most important invention during Industrial Revolution?



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MIGRATION

Background information:

  • Human migration is the movement of people from one place to another
  • The patterns of movement reflect the current conditions of the world and the cultural landscapes
  • The first migrants were ancient humans who originated in Africa and spread to Eurasia 
    • Most likely these migrants were driven by climate and food factors

Types of human migration:

  • Internal migration: moving within a country or a city
  • External migration: moving to a different country or continent 
  • Emigration: leaving one country so that you can move to another one
  • Immigration: moving into a new country
  • Return migration: moving back to where you moved from originally
  • Seasonal migration: moving to another place because of climate conditions or labor response

Reasons for migration:

  • Lack of basic necessities 
  • War & terrorism 
  • Human rights violations
  • Nature disasters 
  • State of the economy
  • People can also move to another place because of a better climate or more work opportunities 

Check out this video by CrashCourse to find out more! 



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