Products in this Bundle (5)
This student-centered, 4-6 day lesson on the Industrial Revolution has everything that you need to teach about the laborers and the conditions that they faced! This bundle focuses on five different groups of people important to the industrial age. Throughout, they will learn important vocabulary, improve their reading comprehension, and read stories and biographies that are shocking! Available to print and 1:1 Google compatible.
'PEOPLE OF INDUSTRY' TOPICS:
**Check out the FREE "Immigrants and Unions" resource (included in this bundle) so that you know exactly what you are getting with this bundle of resources, and how it can be implemented in Google Classroom**
BENEFITS: This bundle incorporates 21st century thinking skills that are embedded within Common Core Standards, the Social Studies Framework, and classrooms that encourage independent learning and thinking. Each ‘The Laborers’ resource can be printed for student binders -OR- used electronically since all resources are 1:1 Google Classroom compatible -OR- projected onto a screen or TV for whole-class read alouds. This is also a perfect resource to have on hand for substitutes!
- A Teacher Guide with video suggestions and a final project assignment sheet
- Bell-ringer and Closing activity suggestions (included in Teacher Guide)
- Four student reading comprehension resources with five different ‘Laborers of Industry’ groups
- Analysis questions attached to all resources (multiple choice, short answer or both)
- A Teacher Guide that includes a final project
ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How did the Industrial Revolution impact laborers in different ways?
- Students will be able to know and identify key vocabulary words associated with the Industrial Revolution.
- Students will enhance their reading ability through skills like ‘close reading’ and the use of annotations.
- Students will know the variety of people that made the Industrial Revolution possible.
- Students will understand how working conditions during the Industrial Age have differences and similarities to working conditions today.
Want to add Capitalists and Inventors? Click here!
Looking for reading comprehension resources that can span the length of your entire US History course? Check out these activities!
**Please give feedback (and you will earn TpT $$!), and ‘Follow Me’ so that you are the first to get updates and new products!