CBSE Class 11 History Confrontation Of Cultures/ Industrial Revolution Worksheet

CBSE Class 11 History Worksheet - Confrontation Of Cultures/ Industrial Revolution - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India.

CLASS – XI HISTORY

Ch. 8 CONFRONTATION OF CULTURES AND CHAP. 9 INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

Q1. In which country did the Industrial Revolution begin first? How did it affect the living & working condition of the working class in the beginning?

Q2. Why did the Ind. Rev. begin in England first? Give reasons. Bring out its social & eco consequences.

Q3. How did Britain’s involvement in wars from 1793 and 1815 affect British industries?

Q4. Explain the major invention which brought Revolution in the textile industry.

Q5. What developments were made in the field of transport & communication?

Q6. What were the condition of women & children in the industries? Describe the imp Features of factory System.

Q7. The industrial Revolution was a mixed blessing. Explain its positive & negative effects.

Q8. Explain the theory of ‘Karl Marx’.


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