Child Labor in Early 1900s Social Studies Interactive Lesson

Child Labor in Early 1900s Social Studies Interactive Lesson
Child Labor in Early 1900s Social Studies Interactive Lesson
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***This lesson requires you to have a copy of Kids at Work by Russell Freedman.*** Students participate in a "museum walk" and look at pictures taken by Lewis Hine of children working in the early 1900s. They write down observations and reactions while examining the primary sources. The teacher then shares portions of the Kids at Work text to explore what child labor was like during the Industrial Revolution and Progressive movements.
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1 hour

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Child Labor in Early 1900s Social Studies Interactive Lesson
Child Labor in Early 1900s Social Studies Interactive Lesson