You Selected:

Keyword

robber barons

Grades

Other

CCSS

Math
ELA

Subjects

Relevance

showing 1-16 of 258 results

Gilded Age Robber Barons & Progressives Dinner Party Lesson
Gilded Age Robber Barons & Progressives Dinner Party In this engaging, higher-level thinking activity, students read about 4 "Robber Baron" captains of industry and 4 progressive reformers. They then must seat each at a "dinner table", making sure to sit each one next to another person that the
$3.75
140 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (1.13 MB)

Bundle of 6 - Industrialization - The Robber Barons
This is a bundle of 6 highly animated, power point presentations on Industrialization & Urbanization - The Robber Barons. All six presentations together number 96 slides. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs. "Robber Baron" was a term ap
$19.74
$16.99
$14.44
not yet rated
N/A

Bundle

Gilded Age: Robber Barons or Captains of Industry Document Based Activity
This is a document based activity for the Gilded Age Unit. Students will work independently or in pairs/groups to: 1) Read a short 1 paragraph biography about Carnegie, Rockefeller & J.P. Morgan. 2) Read approximately 8 Primary Source Document excerpts and examine 2 political cartoons. (sources
$3.75
62 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

PDF (3.6 MB)

US Industrializes & Robber Baron PPT Bundle
This bundle includes 2 PowerPoints with Fill-in Cornell Notes & Checking for Understanding Questions. PowerPoints 1. The United States industrializes 2. Robber Barons Key Concepts Covered: -Capitalism -Entrepreneurs -Free Enterprise -Gilded Age -Railroads -Edison -Bell -Tesla -Rural to Urban S
$7.50
43 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (97.86 MB)

Gilded Age Robber Barons Powerpoint
Gilded Age Robber Barons PowerPoint This visually rich 20 slide powerpoint covers the major American "robber barons" of the Gilded Age: Rockefeller, Carnegie, Morgan, & Vanderbilt. It features spectacular photos of some of their mansions and political cartoons that highlight the public percepti
$3.50
46 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

PPT (11.69 MB)

Industrial Revolution - Monopolies, Robber Barons, and Political Cartoons
Resource includes worksheet with four different political cartoons about monopolies and "Robber Barons" during the Industrial Revolution in America. Each political cartoon has structured questions to help students arrive at the main idea. Great as a homework assignment or in-class activity, especi
$1.50
56 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (596.98 KB)

Robber Barons or Captains of Industry - Jigsaw Activity
This is a jigsaw lesson to compare and contrast big business tycoons to Andrew Carnegie, J.P. Morgan, John D. Rockefeller, and Henry Ford. Students need to decide if they are robber barons or captains of industry. There is a graphic organizer and four readings to compare and contrast. This lesson m
$5.00
28 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

DOC (166 KB)

Robber Barons or Captains of Industry
This is an examination of four of America's most prominent industrialists. This activity gives a short biography of four American industrialists (Rockefeller, Carnegie, Morgan, and Vanderbilt) and a graphic organizer. The graphic organizer asks students to outline several areas of the figure's lif
$6.00
$4.00
23 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

DOC (229.5 KB)

Robber Baron Poster
Students showcase their knowledge of Industrial Robber Baron tactics by creating a fun & creative poster. Examples included
$1.75
20 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (250.67 KB)

Robber Barons or Captains of Industry - Group Webquest Activty
This activity is a quick and easy way for students to research the industrial tycoons of the 19th century and answer the question - Were they captains of industry or robber barons? The webquest is designed for students to work in groups of four (could be modified for groups of two) . Students first
$2.50
20 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

ZIP (484.19 KB)

Industrial Revolution: Philanthropy vs. Robber Baron Docs and Essay
This packet includes 6 primary resource and secondary resource documents which portray Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller as either a philanthropist or a robber baron. Students will read documents and then use the graphic organizer to figure out who the document was talking about and whether th
$2.99
10 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

DOC (79 KB)

The Gilded Age Unit (Robber Barons, Andrew Carnegie, Rockefeller etc)
Gilded Age Accordion Booklet: This booklet is a fun hands on activity for students to use in their interactive notebooks. Students may research or show what they have learned by writing different facts on the provided blank lines about each Historical Figure and Term Associated with the Gilded Age

Get this as part of a bundle: Gilded Age Task Cards and Activities Bundle

$3.75
11 Ratings
3.9

Digital Download

PDF (951.27 KB)

Gilded Age:  Robber Barons Muckraker Activity
The Robber Barons of the Gilded Age-Progressive Era at one point had more power than the President of the United States. Their power over Industry stretched to their power over politics, the economy, and society. Fortunately we had a handful of people including muckrakers that exposed the truths o
$1.00
10 Ratings
3.8

Digital Download

DOC (74 KB)

Robber Barons, Industrialization, and Immigration Puzzle
Match the term to its description and construct the puzzle. Period pictures and picture descriptions are used to provide clues. A quiz and an answer sheet are included. Fun, novel way to review the industrialization of the U.S. between the Civil War and World War One. Printable, ready to go.
$2.00
8 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

PDF (2.11 MB)

Industrial Era and Gilded Age Project (Robber Barons or Captains of Industry)
A social studies project where students will research and investigate various entrepreneurs from the Industrial Era or Gilded Age to determine whether they were Robber Barons or Captains of Industry. Through this student centered project, students will practice research skills and then using that i
$2.00
5 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

DOCX (15.72 KB)

Walmart- Robber Barons or Captains of Industry Activity
I use this assignment during my Industrialization unit when we study big business leaders like Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller. This activity prompts students to think about how a big business leader like Sam Walton- owner of Walmart- could be perceived as both a robber baron and a captain
$1.25
5 Ratings
4.0

Digital Download

DOCX (193.55 KB)

showing 1-16 of 258 results

Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up