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Industrial Revolution - Working Conditions - Hard Times Literature Connection

Industrial Revolution - Working Conditions - Hard Times Literature Connection
Industrial Revolution - Working Conditions - Hard Times Literature Connection
Industrial Revolution - Working Conditions - Hard Times Literature Connection
Industrial Revolution - Working Conditions - Hard Times Literature Connection
Industrial Revolution - Working Conditions - Hard Times Literature Connection
Industrial Revolution - Working Conditions - Hard Times Literature Connection
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Students read a two page excerpt of Charles Dicken's "Hard Times" to get a sense of what it was like to live and work during the Industrial Revolution. The source has difficult words defined on the side for lower level readers. For the assignment, students choose three quotes from the excerpt and connect it to things they've already learned about the Industrial Revolution. This assignment is great for homework after a lesson plan on working conditions, and is great for students who are attracted to narrative texts.
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3 pages
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