Type
Word Search
Description

Situation Factors
Break-of-bulk-point
Bulk-gaining industry
Bulk-reducing Industry
Cottage Industry
Fordist
Industrial Revolution
Labor-intensive Industry
Maquiladora
Outsourcing
Site Factors
Textile

AP Human Geography Review Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Language Family
Language Branch
Language Group
Language
Urbanization
Urban Hierarchy
Primary Economic Activity
Secondary Economic Activity
Tertiary Economic Activity
Quaternary Economic Activity
Quinary Economic Activity
City-State
Elongated State
Nation
Bulk Gaining Industries
Cottage Industry
Multilingual States
Bulk-Reducing Industry
Least-Cost Theory
Industrial Revolution
Shock City
Gerrymandering
Maquiladoras
Nation-State

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Chapter 11 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

technology advancement Industrial Revolution
transporting materials situation factors
industrial locations site factors
able to go bad perishable
shifting cargo break of bulk
requires hard work labor intensive
important capital
cloth or woven fabric textiles
carbon dioxide pollution air pollution
global warming greenhouse effect
atmospheric layer ozone
aerosol sprays chlorofluorocarbons
acid rain acid deposition
acid rain acid precipitation
ultraviolet light smog photochemical smog
dump landfill
biochemical oxygen demand BOD
workers rights right to work
outside supplier outsourcing
foreign run Mexican company maquiladoras

APHG Industry and Manufacturing Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A location where transfer as possible from one mode of transportation to another Ex. Docks, goods moving from ships to trucks Break of bulk point
An industry in which the final product weighs more or comprises a greater volume than the inputs Ex. Soda, cars Bulk gaining industry
An industry in which the final product weighs less or comprises a lower volume than the inputs Ex. Copper Bulk reducing industry
Manufacturing based in homes rather than in factories, commonly found prior to the Industrial Revolution Ex. Each home making its own clothes Cottage industry
The process of industrial deconcentration in response to technological advances and/or increasing costs due to congestion and competition Deglomeration
Industries that are able to shift the location of their facilities in order to take advantage of cheap labor Footloose industry
A series of improvements in industrial technology that transformed the process of manufacturing Goods Industrial Revolution
Shipments of parts and materials to arrive at a factory moments before they are needed Just-in-time delivery
An industry for which labor costs comprise a high percentage of total expenses Labor intensive industry
Model developed by Alfred Weber According to which the location of manufacturing establishments is determined by the minimization of three critical expenses: labor, transportation, and agglomeration Least cost theory
The factory built by a us company in Mexico near the US border, to take advantage of the much lower labor costs in Mexico Maquiladora
Transfer of some types of jobs, especially those requiring low-paid, less skilled workers, from more developed to less-developed countries division of labor
An agreement among the United States, Canada, and Mexico designed to remove tariff barriers between the three countries NAFTA
A decision by a corporation to turn over much of the responsibility for production to Independent suppliers Outsourcing
Adoption by companies of flexible work rules, such as the allocation of workers to teams that perform a variety of tasks Post fordist
Location factors related to the cost of factors of production inside a plant, such as land, labor, and capital Site factors
Location factors related to the transportation of materials into and from a factory Situation factors
A factory Workshop, especially in the clothing industry, or manual workers are employed at very low wages for long hours and under poor conditions Sweatshops

Zach Ch 11 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Factory In Mexico run by a foreign maquiladora
To obtain goods from an foreign supplier outsourcing
A law that prevents a union from negotiating a contract right to work
Can be used as a gauge of the effectiveness of wastewater treatment plants BOD
A facility that separates and confines waste landfill
An atmospheric condition formed with pollution and weather conditions photochemical smog
Precipitation that is usually acidic acid precipitation
When acid rain is given on earth in either wet or dry form acid deposition
Fuller from CFC that is nontoxic chemicals chlorofluorocarbons
A gas that absorbs ultraviolet radiation which can be found in the stratosphere ozone
Certain gases collect in earths atmosphere greenhouse effect
Introduction into the air that has harmful effects air pollution
Type of clothing that was been woven textiles
Important place where government is usually placed capital
A form of work needing a lot of workforce labor intensive
Where one good is transferred to another transporter break of bulk
Likely to go bad quickly perishable
Location factors which relate to the costs of the factors of production site factors
Location factor related to transportation of the materials situation factors
Transition to new manufacturing processes Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the era when the use of power-driven machinery was developed Industrial Revolution
a process in Europe from 1700's to the mid 1800's where landowners fenced small fields to create large farms, allowing for more efficient farming enclosure movement
the basic resources for industrialization, such as labor, land and capital factors of production
a usually small-scale industry carried on at home by family members using their own equipment cottage industry
developing industries for the production of goods industrialization
a place where goods are manufactured in mass quantity factory
an organization representing worker's interests labor unions
a work stoppage strike
the system of manufacturing large numbers of identical items mass production
identical machine-made parts that can be substituted for each other in manufacturing interchangeable parts
a mass-production process in which a product is moved fowrd through many work stations where workers perform specific tasks assembly line
a buisness system where companies are allowed to conduct a buisness without interference by the government laissez-faire
a risk taker who starts a buisness system within the economic system of capitalism entrepreneur
a political and economic system in which society, usually in the form of government, owns the means of prodution socialism
economic and political system in which government owns the means of production and controls economic planning communism
a meausure of the quality of living standard of living

Wyatt Havin chapter 11 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

series of improvements in industrial technology industrial revolution
location factors related to the transportation of materials into and from a factory situation factors
location factors related to the costs of factors of production inside a plant, labor, and capital site factors
able to be broken down, subject to decay perishable
a location where transfer is possible from one mode of transportation to another break-of-bulk point
an industry for which labor costs comprise a high percentage of total expenses labor intensive
wealth in the form of money or property, used or accumulated in a business by a person or corporation capital
a fabric made by weaving, used in making clothing textile
concentrations of trace substances at a greater level that occurs in average air air pollution
anticipated increase in earth's temperature caused by trapped radiation from the surface greenhouse effect
a gas that absorbs ultraviolet solar radiation, found in the stratosphere ozone
a gas used as a solvent, a propellant in aerosols, a refrigerant, and in plastic foams and fire extinguishers chlorofluorocarbon
sulfur oxides and nitrogen oxides, emitted by burning fossil fuels, that enter the earth's atmosphere and return to earth's surface acid deposition

The Beginning of Industrialization Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

agriculture
cloth merchants
cotton
enclosure
England
entrepreneur
Europe
factors of production
factory
flying shuttle
George Stephenson
Great Britain
Industrial revolution
industrialization
Jethro Tull
John Kay
landowners
mutton
plantations
Richard Trevithick
seed drill
spinners
steam-driven locomotives
textile industry
turnpikes
water transportation
weavers
wheat

Industrialization Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Someone who starts or organizes a business or a factory. Entrepreneur
Who was part of the working class? Factory-Workers
Where did the Industrial Revolution begin? England
What type of revolution was the industrial revolution? Economic-revolution
Coal was needed to smelt the ______ ore. Iron
What was one of the uses of the steam engine? Drive-Locomotives
Synonym for cloth Textile
Industrialization began in ___________ in 1850. Germany
What was the name of the city that was industrialized first in England? Manchester
Synonym for wagon. Corf
_______ destroyed spinning mules to keep their jobs. Artisans
What was the youngest age children could work at? Five
Factory where iron is smelted for processing. Foundry
Who built the first passenger railway? Robert-Stephenson
What is a combustile gas present in coal mine? Firedamp

Industrial Revolution Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

who built the steam engine? James Watt
Where did the Industrial Revolution begin? Britain
What factor help trigger the Industrial Revolution? new technology
Who built the first iron bridge? Abraham Darby
who invented the cotton gin? Eli Whitney
What is the putting - out system also known as? Cottage Industry
What did the business class accumulated? Capital
The people who manage and assume financial rish of starting new businesses were called? Entrepreneurs
What was one of the vital power sources that fueled machines? Coal
What increased in the 1700 in Britain? Population
What did Darby's experiments lead him to? better quality iron
What did the Industrial Revolution bring? Rapid Urbanization
What were multi - story buildings that were divided into apartments called? Tenements
What did the Industrial Revolution increased the demand for? iron and coal
What was the average age children started to work in factories and mines? seven
Who developed a new theory called the ''scientific socialism''? Karl Marx
What were the working class called? Proletariat
Who created the seed drill? Jethro Tull
Who created the spinning jenny? James Hargreaves
What opened in 1830 in Britain? L&MR

The Industrial Revolution Word Search

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Word Search
Description

efficient
isaac singer
cyrus mccormick
john deere
morse code
telegraph
Samuel Morse
peter cooper
Gibbons vs Ogden
Clermont
Robert Fulton
Transportation Revolution
Sarah Bagley
strikes
trade unions
lowell system
francis cabot lowell
rhode island system
mass production
interchangeable parts
Eli Whitney
technology
Samuel Slater
Richard Arkwright
textiles