The "Pre-Industrial Age 1790-1860" differentiated instruction lesson plan follows the NYS social studies curriculum and standards. The content that is used is as follows:
The content that is used is as follows:
Technological Changes Altered the way people dealt with one another: Erie Canal
Technology involved in the Erie Canal
Types and Sources of Labor: Erie Canal
Results of Building the Erie Canal
Impact of early Industrialization and Technological Changes: domestic system, factory system, Samuel Slater, Lowell girls, Eli Whitney, cotton gin, interchangeable parts, mass production
New work ethic and the American Dream
Change to purchasing manufactured goods
Family Roles Changed, Affecting Society in General
The sections of the lesson plan include:
3 Ability Levels of Vocabulary Sheets
Enriched Note Sheets for both PowerPoint’s
Basic Note Sheets for each the Basic and Enriched PowerPoint’s
Activity 1 is in the note sheets.
Activity 2: Drawing to Represent Content
Homework Paragraph Writing with Grading Checklist
The vocabulary and note sheets are differentiated by level but there is only one level for both activities and the homework.
There is a PowerPoint that goes along with this lesson but it is sold separately. The mini-lesson notes are included in this lesson plan but the PowerPoint will reduce the amount of prep you will need to do. To find that go here: Pre-Industrial Age 1790-1860 PowerPoint
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Pre-Industrial Age 1790-1860 Differentiated Instruction Lesson Plan
by Kasha Mastrodomenico
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