Engaging! This activity focuses on the changes and outcomes of the Industrial Revolution. This is a lesson activity where students work with their hands and actively practice the 4 Cs (collaboration, creativity, communication and critical thinking).
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Create copies/class sets of the image collection (20+ images) and have students bucket/categorize the images by working in pairs or small groups. Students create their image categories and then fill out a group reflection that encourages them to summarize and think critically about this time in history. Laminate or print images on card stock to use the image collection year after year!
High student engagement levels! This is an effective anticipatory lesson to introduce the topic or a summative lesson for review. Use it to teach history content standards or introduce a novel/close reading topic in ELA.