Growth of the Republic: Events & Industrial Revolution {TN 4th Grade SS}

Growth of the Republic: Events & Industrial Revolution {TN 4th Grade SS}
Growth of the Republic: Events & Industrial Revolution {TN 4th Grade SS}
Growth of the Republic: Events & Industrial Revolution {TN 4th Grade SS}
Growth of the Republic: Events & Industrial Revolution {TN 4th Grade SS}
Growth of the Republic: Events & Industrial Revolution {TN 4th Grade SS}
Growth of the Republic: Events & Industrial Revolution {TN 4th Grade SS}
Growth of the Republic: Events & Industrial Revolution {TN 4th Grade SS}
Growth of the Republic: Events & Industrial Revolution {TN 4th Grade SS}
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The United States was growing in land and population. People traveled for months just to get to California. Wars broke out over boundaries, and gold was found in California. So much was going on at the turn of the 19th century. However, not only was the United States trying to catch up to Great Britain's progress in the industry of steel and textiles. Laws were made to keep English designs out of American hands, but still, men went forward as inventors. The steam engine, the transcontinental railroad, and the cotton gin seemed like steps into the future. In some ways, these and other inventions propelled America toward prosperity. In other ways, it set America back socially. The Constitution of the United States stated that "All men are created equal..." and yet, slavery was the main form of labor in the south. Not only that, women and children worked in factories in the north for little pay and dangerous work conditions. This time was full of good and bad. Our job is to learn all we can to improve our future.

This unit is the ninth unit in the History of America series. This bundle is packed full of reading passages with my signature text-evidence based questions, interactive notebook pieces, QR codes, crafting projects, and writing pieces!

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Contents
p.2-6 – Thanks, Preview, & Contents
p.7 - Social Studies Standards List
p.8-21 – Vocabulary Strips and Definition Strips (27 words and 27 definitions)
p.22-29 – 22 Timeline Cards (color & b/w)
p.30-41 – Standards on Display Visuals (color & b/w)
P.42 – Industrial Revolution Reading Comprehension Passage
p.43-45 – Industrial Revolution Interactive Notebook Pocket
p.46 – Samuel Morse & the Telegraph Reading Comprehension Passage
p.47 – Transcontinental Railroad Reading Comprehension Passage
p.48 – Transcontinental Railroad Observe & Analyze Page
p.49 – Eli Whitney & the Cotton Gin Reading Comprehension Passage
p.50 – Samuel Slater: Factory System Reading Comprehension Passage
p.51 – Chug A Lug Reading Comprehension Passage
p.52 – Connect Four Project(s)
p.53-56 – Inventions: QR Codes & Interactive Notebook Flap Book
p.57 – Inventions: Spinning Jenny Reading Comprehension Passage
p.58 – Inventions: Steam Engine Reading Comprehension Passage
p.59 – Inventions: Cotton Gin Reading Comprehension Passage
p.60 – Inventions: Telegraph Reading Comprehension Passage
p.61 – Inventions: Watermill Reading Comprehension Passage
p.62 – Inventions: Sewing Machine Reading Comprehension Passage
p.63-64 – Inventions Concentration Cards
p.65 – Inventions Interactive Notebook Piece
p.66-67 – Using Morse Code & Answer Key
p.68 – Cause & Effect of the Cotton Gin Reading Comprehension Passage
p.69 - Cause & Effect of the Cotton Gin Interactive Notebook Piece
p.70 – All About the Cotton Gin Petal Book (Interactive Notebook Piece)
p.71-72 – Plantation Research QR and Writing Page (color & b/w)
p.73 – Urbanization & Agriculture Reading Comprehension Passage
p.74 – Plantation Observe & Analyze Page
p.75 – Factory Observe & Analyze Page
p.76 – Compare/Contrast North & South Interactive Notebook Piece
p.77-85 – Assembly Line Class Experience
p.86 – Texas vs. Mexico Reading Comprehension Passage
p.87-88 – All About Davy Crockett Research and Writing Piece
p.89-93 – Davy Crocket Timeline Project
p.94-95 – All About Sam Houston Research and Writing Piece
p.96-102 – All About Sam Houston File Book Research Project
p.103 – Mexican-American War Reading Comprehension Passage
p.104 – Battle of the Alamo Observe & Analyze Page
p.105-106 – All About the Mexican-American War Research Brochure
p.107 – California Gold Rush Reading Comprehension Passage
p.108 – California Gold Rush Observe & Analyze Page
p.109 – California Gold Rush Petal Book Interactive Notebook Piece
p.110-111 – Teacher’s QR Codes for Further Research
p.112-129 – Student QR Codes for Further Research (Full Color, Lower Level of Color, & Printer-Friendly)
p.130 - Credit

Standards
✅4.57 Analyze and describe the factors of the Industrial Revolution occurring in the United States and on Tennessee, including:
• Samuel Slater-factory system • Watermills-influence of geography
• Fulton-steamboats • Eli Whitney-cotton gin

✅4.58 Explain the expansion of the plantation system and slavery as the demand for cotton production grew and the impact of the cotton gin.

✅4.59 Contrast the emerging urbanization in the North with the agricultural South and the developing West.

✅4.62 Using informational texts, explain the fight for Texas independence against Mexico and the contributions of Tennesseans Sam Houston and David Crockett.

✅4.64 Cite evidence from informational texts explaining the causes, course, and consequences of the Mexican War, including Winfield Scott, Zachary Taylor, and Mexican session.

✅4.66 Write an expository piece describing the search for gold in California and its impact.
Reading:
✅4.RL.KID.1 Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly; refer to details and examples in a text when drawing inferences from the text.

✅4.RI.KID.2 Determine the main idea of a text and explain how it is supported by key details; summarize a text.

✅4.RI.KID.3 Explain events, procedures, ideas, or concepts in a historical, scientific, or technical text, including what happened and why, based on specific information in a text.

✅4.RI.CS.4 Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area, including figurative, connotative, and technical meanings.

✅4.RL.CS.4 Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including those that refer to significant characters and situations found in literature and history.

✅4.RI.CS.5 Describe the overall structure of events, ideas, and concepts of information in a text or part of a text.

✅4.RI.IKI.7 Interpret information presented visually, orally, or quantitatively and explain how the information contributes to an understanding of the text in which it appears.

✅4.RI.RRTC.10 Read and comprehend stories and informational texts throughout the grades 4-5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding at the high end as needed.

✅4.SL.PKI.4 Report on a topic or text, tell a story, or recount an experience in an organized manner, using appropriate facts and relevant, descriptive details to support main ideas or themes; speak clearly at an understandable pace.

✅4.W.TTP.1 Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons and information. a. Introduce a topic or text. b. Develop an opinion with reasons that are supported by facts and details. c. Create an organizational structure in which related ideas are grouped to support the writer’s purpose. d. Provide a concluding statement or section related to the opinion presented. e. Link opinion and reasons using words and phrases.

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Growth of a New Nation: Westward {TN 4th Grade}
Westward Expansion: Exploration & Frontier{TN 4th Grade Social Studies Standard}
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