Rubric: ?(6)(4)Total: 10W5 discussion:What seems to have been the most important consequence of the Atlantic slave trade? Why do you believe slavery was allowed tobecome so popular? Defend your response well.Classmates post G, Oppermann: ?The most important consequence of the Atlantic slave trade would have been slaves coming over to America. This was the start to the large diversity of peoples in America. Sadly, Africans didn’t come to America as free. Even though they were not free people, they greatlycontributed to the growth of the American colonies. They did back breaking labor and helped colonies survive (Haiti and Barbados). They also helpedthe colonies develop agriculturally. The Africans knew how to grow crops and tend to them really well. On top of all of this, they brought their culturewith them. Their food, art, music, and more are an influence to America even to this day. Slavery became popular when America was foundedbecause it was an easy and cheap way to have the colonies progress. The slave owners could buy some slaves and put them to work without doingany work themselves! The slaves would work hard for hours a day with few benefits.The biggest part that gets me is how slavery lasted as long as it did. I may be judging with benefit of hindsight, but I would think that there wouldhave been a lot more people speaking up against slavery.W9&14: Chap 22& 25 W9 : Answer Terms & Names and Main ideas questions TERMS & NAMES? For each term or name below, briefly explain its connection to European history from 15501789. 1. heliocentric theory 2. Isaac Newton 3. social contract 4. Philosophe 5. Salon 6. enlightened despot 7. Declaration of Independence 8. federal system MAIN IDEAS The Scientific Revolution Section 1 (pages 623628) 9. According to Ptolemy, what was the earths position in the universe? How did Copernicuss view differ? 10. What are the four steps in the scientific method?Initial PostingReply to a Classmate’s Posting11. What four new instruments came into use during the Scientific Revolution? What was the purpose of each one? The Enlightenment in Europe Section 2 (pages 629635) 12. How did the ideas of Hobbes and Locke differ? 13. What did Montesquieu admire about the government of Britain? 14. How did the Enlightenment lead to a more secular outlook? The Enlightenment Spreads Section 3 (pages 636639) 15. What were three developments in the arts during the Enlightenment? 16. What sorts of reforms did the enlightened despots make W14 TERMS & NAMES For each term or name below, briefly explain its connection to the Industrial Revolution. 1. Industrial Revolution 2. enclosure 3. Factory 4. urbanization 5. middle class 6. corporation 7. laissez faire 8. socialism 9. Karl Marx 10. Union MAIN IDEAS The Beginnings of Industrialization Section 1 (pages 717722) 11. What were the four natural resources needed for British industrialization? 12. How did the enclosure movement change agriculture in England? 13. What were two important inventions created during the Industrial Revolution? Describe their impact. Case Study: Industrialization Section 2 (pages 723728) 14. What were the living conditions like in Britain during industrialization? 15. How did the new middle class transform the social structure of Great Britain during industrialization? 16. How did industrialization affect Manchesters natural environment? Social Effects Industrialization Spreads Section 3 (pages 729733) 17. Why were other European countries slower to industrialize than Britain? 18. What might explain the rise of global inequality during the Industrial Revolution? Reforming the Industrial World Section 4 (pages 734741) 19. What were the two warring classes that Marx and Engels outlined in The Communist Manifesto? 20. How did women fight for change during the Industrial Revolution?