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Students create a word cloud noting the positives and negatives of the Industrial Revolution. They must also use the graphic organizer to explain why they categorized them as positive or negative.

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Industrial Revolution Word Cloud

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Industrial Revolution Lesson Plans for 8th Grade

Industrial Revolution Lesson Plans for 8th Grade

1906. Students can play either an immigrant female worker or a native-born male manager. Both characters must deal with labor strife as well as earn money to support their families. Covering industrialization, immigration, the Progressive era, and organized labor, the game promotes historical reasoning, fosters cooperative learning and intellectual teamwork, and teaches the use and interpretation of primary sources, all while being fun to play.

Past/Present: Trouble at the Mill | PBS LearningMedia

1906. Students can play either an immigrant female worker or a native-born male manager. Both characters must deal with labor strife as well as earn money to support their families. Covering industrialization, immigration, the Progressive era, and organized labor, the game promotes historical reasoning, fosters cooperative learning and intellectual teamwork, and teaches the use and interpretation of primary sources, all while being fun to play.

How the Cotton Gin Changed America - YouTube Classical Conversations CC Cycle 3 C3 Week 13 W13

School House Rock - Sufferin Till Suffrage

School House Rock video about the right to vote for women in the USA

The Canal and the Americas - Free Printable American History Reading with Questions for Grades 9-12

Panama Canal and the Americas Reading with Questions

The war with Spain revived U.S. interest in building a canal across the isthmus of Panama, uniting the two great oceans. The usefulness of such a canal for sea trade had long been recognized by the major commercial nations of the world; the French had begun digging one in the late 19th century but had been unable to overcome the engineering difficulties. Having become a power in both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, the United States saw a canal as both economically beneficial and a…

John Pierpont Morgan and Finance Capitalism - Free Printable American History Reading with Questions for Grades 9-12

John Pierpont Morgan and Finance Capitalism - Reading with Questions

J.P. Morgan and Finance Capitalism - Reading with questions for high school United States History students. Free to print (PDF file).

Nullification Crisis - Free Printable American History Reading with Questions for Grades 9-12

Nullification Crisis Reading with Questions

The Nullification Crisis - Free printable reading with questions for high school United States History students.

Railroads, Regulations, and the Tariff - Free Printable American History Reading with Questions for Grades 9-12

Railroads, Regulations, and the Tariff Reading with Questions

Railroads, Regulations, and the Tariff Reading with Questions - Free to print (PDF file) for high school American History classes.

101 History-changers (70) IRISH POTATO FAMINE

101 History-changers (70) IRISH POTATO FAMINE

Dennis Daily narrates a series on the major events and themes of history, as prepared by journalist L. David Mark. There is a break in the report, since it w...

Coffee Cups and Lesson Plans: Teaching the Industrial Revolution with Primary and Secondary Sources

Teaching the Industrial Revolution with Primary and Secondary Sources

We spent a few days recently learning about the Industrial Revolution. My Smarties are going to be taking a final exam in social studies, which is based on a DBQ, so I wanted them to have a little practice with primary and secondary documents. Have you seen this picture of Addie? This famous photograph is by Lewis Hine. I started by putting Addie's picture up on an anchor chart, and giving my students a similar copy for their interactive notebooks. For homework, I asked them to make…