How the Other Half Lives
by Jacob Riis reveals the deadly tenements of New York’s growing immigrant population in the late 1800s. Your students will analyze several adapted primary sources from the novel to discover the horrifying conditions.
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Framework lesson with objective questions, warm-up*, and simple conclusion
Adapted primary source with glossary*
Assignment with text-dependent questions*
Sample answers and source info
* Also included as editable PowerPoint, Google Docs, AND Google Slides files
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Progressive Era Primary Sources
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