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Gilded Age Curriculum; Distance Learning; Digital Learning

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This item is a comprehensive CURRICULAR UNIT (GOOGLE version included!) about the Gilded Age that integrates reading and literacy. There are 3 complete lessons included in this bundle PLUS supplemental activities. Audios of the reading passages, quizzes, unit test, & modified test are included. This is perfect for students with read aloud accommodations. This unit includes about 3 weeks of materials. This resource can also be easily used for distance/digital learning because all components (except the simulation) are available in a digital format.

THIS UNIT CAN BE USED AS A STAND ALONE CURRICULUM. This can be used as homeschool curriculum, too.

This unit offers a savings of over 40% versus buying the resources individually.

The 3 lessons included in this curriculum unit are:

Industrialization & Labor Unions

Native Americans & Westward Expansion

Immigration & Urbanization

If you have purchased any of the above No Prep lessons, you have the above lessons, but you do NOT have the supplemental activities.

Limited on copies or paper? Every component of this lesson is ready-to-go on GOOGLE, so you can easily assign to your students! The quizzes, unit test, and modified test are also available on GOOGLE Forms, and I include explicit directions on how to assign and tweak (if desired) for your students. The quizzes, unit test, & modified unit test are also self-grading!

This unit includes:

• 3 PowerPoint presentations that can be used to facilitate discussion or have students take notes

• 3 slotted notes pages so students can focus on recording the important information from the PowerPoint presentations (which includes carefully curated videos & links that will enrich the lessons) Editable slotted notes included!

• 3 informational reading passages about the Gilded Age (There are TWO versions of the reading passage included. One is the "paper saver" version for when you have to limit your copies. The other is the "note-taking" version that has enough space for annotating and taking notes. This version also includes bolded headers for the different sections!)

• 12 activities (4 per lesson) (key terms, dates & events, data analysis, significant people, literary works, and a literacy connection) per lesson. Three of the four activities PER lesson have two levels: a basic recall and an application of knowledge.

• 3 quizzes

• answer keys for the slotted notes, activity pages, and the quizzes

• GOOGLE version of all components

• 3 GOOGLE Form self-grading quizzes, unit test, & modified unit test

audio of reading passages, quizzes, unit test, & modified test

PLUS THE FOLLOWING SUPPLEMENTAL ACTIVITIES:

• 3 graphic organizers (Google version)

35 vocabulary cards (Google version)

3 primary source analysis (Google version)

6 interactive notebook foldables (Google version)

stations (Google version)

simulation: Life of a Factory Worker

• editable study guide with answer key (Google version)

• editable unit test with answer key (Google version)

• editable modified test with answer key (Google version)

• teacher's guide with suggested pacing map

Specific reading skills in this unit are: citing text & making inferences; relationships in a text/cause & effect; and central ideas & summary.

You will be easily integrating reading with your social studies content because the 3 graphic organizers focus on one specific reading skill per organizer, AND students will be analyzing primary documents.

If you have purchased any of my NO PREP Gilded Age lessons, please email me if you are unsure of what additional materials this unit includes.

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US History Curriculum Complete Course

US History Curriculum Vol. 1

US History Curriculum Vol. 2

Unit 2: Colonial America

Unit 3: American Revolution

Unit 4: Constitution & A New Nation

Unit 5: Age of Jackson & Sectionalism

Unit 6: US Civil War & Reconstruction

Unit 7: Gilded Age

Unit 8: Progressive Era & American Imperialism

Unit 9: World War 1

Unit 10: Roaring '20s & Great Depression

Unit 11: World War 2

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World War 1

World War 2

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175 + 117 ppt slides
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
3 Weeks
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Write routinely over extended time frames (time for reflection and revision) and shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes, and audiences.
Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
Provide a concluding statement or section that follows from and supports the information or explanation presented (e.g., articulating implications or the significance of the topic).
Use precise language and domain-specific vocabulary to manage the complexity of the topic and convey a style appropriate to the discipline and context as well as to the expertise of likely readers.
Use varied transitions and sentence structures to link the major sections of the text, create cohesion, and clarify the relationships among ideas and concepts.

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