Industrialization and Age of Reform Google Drive DIGITAL Interactive Notebook!
The Industrialization and Age of Reform Google Drive Notebook is included in the much larger American History Digital Interactive Notebook bundle, located here!
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In this highly-engaging Google Drive product, you receive the digital interactive notebook for early Industrialization, the work of Samuel Slater, the waves of Immigration, and the Age of Reform work of Horace Mann, Frederick Douglass, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Dorothea Dix, and much more! This 17-page resource teaches the early industry and Age of Reform period of the United States in a 100% digital format.
This notebook begins with introducing the work of Samuel Slater and the sacrifice of the Mill Girls in Lowell Mill. Then, this notebook guides students through several key inventions during this time period, such as interchangeable parts, the cotton gin, telegraph, McCormick Reaper, steamboat, and the typewriter. Also, students learn the pros and cons of industrialization, the immigration waves (1st, 2nd, and 3rd waves) that have impacted the United States, push/pull factors that drove immigrants from their homelands and to the United States, the Second Great Awakening, the work of Horace Mann, Dorothea Dix, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B Anthony, William Lloyd Garrison, and Frederick Douglass. A matching assessment is also included!
This digital interactive notebook is loaded with quick guided notes, graphic organizers, text, and videos!
If you are looking for a paper version of the Industry and Age of Reform interactive notebook, check that out here!
✩ ✩ Couple this unit with the Industrial Revolution Unit, located here
and the Age of Reform Unit, located here
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