5.1 Vocab

Tenant Farmers—poorer farmers who live on a farm owned by a landowning “big farmer” in exchange for minimal payment and having a place to live

“The Commons”—in pre-Industrial-Revolution England, a “common area” of land where tenant farmers could, in effect, plant what they wanted and allow grazing animals to roam free (imagine a “Commons” cafeteria for animals)

Enclosure—a plot of farmland “enclosed” or fenced in with barbed wire

Factors of Production—the qualities of a nation most needed for industrialization (more factors means more factories)