This 10 page activity packet contains everything your students need to complete a Document Based Activity (using primary sources/photos/political cartoons) on the Americanization Movement (American Industrial Period). Students will:
1) Read each primary source document (excerpt) and examine political cartoons/photos etc. about the Americanization Movement.
2) While examining documents A-H, students can answer the Comprehension Check Questions, for each document, on the graphic organizer provided.
3) Students will then complete a creative Exit Card Activity to assess their understanding!
MEETS COMMON CORE STANDARDS
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