Gilded Age How did African Americans, Native Americans, workers & Women benefit?

Gilded Age How did African Americans, Native Americans, workers & Women benefit?
Gilded Age How did African Americans, Native Americans, workers & Women benefit?
Gilded Age How did African Americans, Native Americans, workers & Women benefit?
Gilded Age How did African Americans, Native Americans, workers & Women benefit?
Gilded Age How did African Americans, Native Americans, workers & Women benefit?
Gilded Age How did African Americans, Native Americans, workers & Women benefit?
Gilded Age How did African Americans, Native Americans, workers & Women benefit?
Gilded Age How did African Americans, Native Americans, workers & Women benefit?
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Gilded Age How did African Americans, Native Americans, workers & Women benefit?.
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1 x powerpoint with learning objectives, mini debate topics and reflection questions for students to use.
2 x Student worksheet ( 1 is in the preview)
3 x Source about the gilded age
1 x Set of notes on the different learning objectives

Learning Objective: to be able to understand how you will be assessed for the interpretations question, and to form an opinion about the extent to which African Americans made progress during the Gilded Age


Learning Objective: to be able to make a supported judgement about whether or not improvements in the economy benefited workers during the Gilded Age.
Learning Objective: to be able to evaluate historians’ opinions, and to make a supported judgement about the extent to which Native Americans benefited from the Gilded Age.
Learning Objective: to be able to make a supported judgement about the extent to which industrialisation helped women.

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New Deal - How it helped or didn't help others
Gilded Age in America
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