Unit 4 Lesson 5 CCOT Labor Systems 1750-1914This is a featured page

The student will examine primary and secondary sources in order to analyze continuity and change over time in Labor systems in selected geographical areas between 1750-1914 in the form of a written response.

Warm Up:
  • Examine the CCOT Labor Systems 1750-1914 below. Working in pairs think of AT LEAST one relevant Thesis statement from which to build your resopnse.
Guided Practice:
  • Where can I find approprite historical evidence in my book(s)?
Latin America and the Caribbean
Sub-Saharan Africa
Bentley P.815-845
Bentley P.799-801
Bentley P.865-870 & 871
Bentley P.815-845
Bentley P.887-892
HR PT. II P.169-173
HR PT. II P.177
Bentley P.815-845
Bentley P.924
Bentley P.919-925
HR PT. II P.311-319

Independent Practice in Class:
Respond to this Prompt

Independent Practice Homework:
  • Finish your resonses.
So, What have we learned today?
  • We learned that systems of forced labor gradually gave way to systems of oppressive paid labor because it was more cost effective for Imperialistic powers.
  • We learned that slavery was erroded by means of political and moral pressure AND to benefit economic interests.
  • Europeans were able to impose unfavorable trade agreements on non-industrialized societies.
  • Non-industrialized societies depended on foreign investment but the cost was political dependence and socio-economic oppression.
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