Introduction Lesson to Industrialization Unit Using Primary Sources

Introduction Lesson to Industrialization Unit Using Primary Sources
Introduction Lesson to Industrialization Unit Using Primary Sources
Introduction Lesson to Industrialization Unit Using Primary Sources
Introduction Lesson to Industrialization Unit Using Primary Sources
Introduction Lesson to Industrialization Unit Using Primary Sources
Introduction Lesson to Industrialization Unit Using Primary Sources
Introduction Lesson to Industrialization Unit Using Primary Sources
Introduction Lesson to Industrialization Unit Using Primary Sources
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I usually use this activity as an introduction to my U.S. industrialization unit. In this activity, students play the role of detectives, as they will examine a variety of primary sources from political cartoons, graphs, charts, images, etc, to predict what they think happens during the Industrial Era. They will make a prediction for each primary source on the sheet provided. Each source directly corresponds with one effect of the Industrial Era on U.S. society. Students will then write a short paragraph where they use clues from the primary sources to make a logical conclusion about what happens during the Industrial Era. The answer key is provided for your use.
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