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Industrial Revolution- Women of Industry (Readings and Questions)

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This Industrial Revolution ‘Women of Industry’ reading and primary source activity provides students with the opportunity to learn about the shocking stories of women during the industrial age! Use this resource to supplement your lesson on the Industrial Revolution; students will instantly be captivated. This is available to print and as a Google Doc for paperless, Google Classrooms (link for Google Doc is at the end of the resource). In addition, you can make your purchased PDF digital. By clicking the red "Create Digital Activity" box, you will have the option to add an interactive layer that will allow students to type on the PDF, annotate, highlight, and more (CLICK HERE for more info)!

Included:

- Introductory information about the Industrial Revolution

- Primary source images of Women laborers

- The shocking story of the “Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire”

- Details about the “Lowell Girls”

- Three follow-up short answer questions

- Three follow-up multiple choice questions

Why stop here? You can get all six "People of Industry" readings PLUS an Industrial Revolution Test and Final Project, PLUS a Teacher Pacing Guide for only $6.99! CLICK HERE!

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Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources.

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