Here I have put it all together, primary and secondary resources for examining the Industrial Revolution in the United States. Have your students use higher level thought processes to determine what life was like for people living and working in the Northeast during the late 1800's and early 1900's. These task cards for are for students who have had experience with gathering evidence from primary and secondary source documents. Students will examine these cards to determine what life was like for people who lived in cities by examining three areas: Factory Life, Technology, and Living Conditions.
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Suggested Uses for Task Cards (Great for Differentiation)
Lesson Plan Using Station Rotation Method (Whole Class)
Think Pair Share Team Directions
Poster with activity directions for projecting
Task Cards (All three areas)
Teacher's answer key is not needed due to the nature of this task. This is a task that requires student interpretation so that student responses vary. The teacher circulates to facilitate student learning. At the bottom of task cards are focus questions to facilitate discussion and student focus as they rotate through centers.