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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Dawes, Richard, Lessons on the phenomena of industrial life, and the conditions of industrial success. 7/17/ · Lessons On The Phenomena Of Industrial Life: And The Conditions Of Industrial Success [Ellis, William] on www-froheostern.org *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Lessons On The Phenomena Of Industrial Life: And The Conditions Of Industrial SuccessAuthor: William Ellis. Lessons on the Phenomena of Industrial Life, and the conditions of industrial success. [By William Ellis.] Edited by the Rev. Richard Dawes. London: Groombridge & Sons, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Richard Dawes; Groombridge and Sons. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): www-froheostern.org (external link) http. Lessons on the phenomena of industrial life and the conditions of industrial success. edited by Richard Dawes. Groombridge, 2nd ed. The Industrial Revolution dramatically altered European society. It expanded the types of employment available and altered the ways that people lived on a day-to-day basis. However, along with positive benefits such as longer life expectancy and increasing ease of work, came the realities of working in usually deplorable conditions in factories. 3/17/ · The consequences of the Industrial Revolution 1. LIVING AND WORKING CONDITIONS DURING THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION BY: BEA ESCALANTE 2. THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION • The Industrial Revolution began in the 18th century and lasted until the mid 19th century. • Before this time, every product was made by hand. 3. 10/1/ · Ive used the classic walkaround for pupils to use the sources and describe life during this time! Hope you find it useful - there are starters, mains and plenaries here with the optional extension and homework activity. 3 o!3!pairs!of!scissors! o!2Glue!sticks! o!White!paper! o!Coloredpaper! o!2magic!markers! o!Circle!template!! o!“HappyGrams!Incorporated”sign!(attached);students. This lesson plan on the Industrial Revolution allows you to help students make connections between the first inventions of the 19th century and the great social changes that affected slavery and. Learning Objectives. After completing this lesson on the Industrial Revolution, students will be able to: Create a timeline of new inventions and processes that changed industry.