Effects of the Industrial Revolution Walking Tour or Gallery Walk Activity
Want an easy to prep resource for teaching the Effects of the Industrial Revolution?
Want students to practice primary source analysis as they investigate the many effects of the era?
This is a 10 card activity which requir
The following is a worksheet that focuses on the Industrial Revolution. Either in groups, individually, or as a gallery walk, students analyze a series of 6 documents containing primary sources, secondary sources, paintings, charts, and graphs. The documents discuss:
• Why did the Industrial Revolu
Skip the lecture on the Age of Enlightenment. Introduce your students to The Age of Enlightenment through this quick and easy newspaper project. In this no-prep lesson plan, students take on the role of reporters to get the scoop on the Age of Enlightenment.
Working in groups, students investi
This bundle of World War I: newspaper activities covers 33 events of World War I with 4 yearly newspaper projects. Students get the scoop on major events with informational text provided. Students create op-eds, articles, political cartoons and more. Give student groups one year at a time or hav
World War I: Quick and Easy Newspaper Activity for 1914 is an engaging activity focused on the events of 1914. Students get the scoop on major events of the war beginning with the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand when they jump into investigation as reporters. They create op-eds, articles, pol
World War I: Quick and Easy Newspaper Activity for 1917-1918 is an engaging activity focused on the end events of World War I. Students get the scoop on major events of the war including the Second Battle of the Marne, the fall of the Red Baron and more. Students create op-eds, articles, politica