Call it a bell-ringer or warm-up, the question of the day for the Industrial Revolution
is a personal favorite to help students focus. Each questions takes all of 5-10 minutes and orients students into the topic of the day or reviews a previously discussed topic or reading.
Included in this resource are 5 questions of the day related to the Industrial Revolution. Use them daily or as the questions fit your unit of study.
Great to use with a variety of Industrial Revolution activities and projects.
Also available as part of the Industrial Revolution Teacher Resource Bundle
which includes all the Industrial Revolution related products in the store.
Industrial Revolution Resources Include:
- Industrial Revolution: Quick and Easy Newspaper
- Industrial Revolution: Urbanization, Morse Code and Factories
- Industrial Revolution: Journal Prompts
- Industrial Revolution: Illustrated Timeline
- Industrial Revolution: City Building, Transportation, Inventions Activities
- Industrial Revolution: What's the Question bell-ringers
- Industrial Revolution Unit Project
- Industrial Revolution in the United States - Interactive Notebook Pages
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